Law In Action

Since its launch more than 20 years ago, the World Wide Web has become an open-air cyber marketplace for exchanging ideas, viewpoints, and messages. But in light of the complex rights issues that arise with those freedoms, some companies and governments rein in what people can share and become...
The Supreme Court has addressed some of the most important social issues of the day this past year, and by virtue of its placement at the center of D.C. culture, GW Law had the opportunity to host major panel discussions on two of them: affirmative action and same-sex marriage.
Washington, D.C., has more lawyers specializing in political law than any other city in the nation and possibly the world. That makes the George Washington University Law School an ideal place to examine the intricacies of political law—from election law and lobbying to campaign finance and...
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