Clinics

GW Law’s Jacob Burns Moot Court Room was the setting for an emotional naturalization ceremony in April, co-hosted by the Washington, D.C., District Office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and GW Law’s Immigration Law Association and Immigration Clinic. Twenty-five young people...
In October, GW Law’s International Human Rights Clinic helped launch the report, “Comparative Law Study and Analysis of National Legislation Relating to Crimes Against Humanity and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction.” The report, written by the director of the International Human Rights Clinic,...
The board of editors of the Clinical Law Review selected Phyllis Goldfarb, Jacob Burns Foundation Professor of Clinical Law and associate dean for clinical affairs, as an editor-in chief. Associate Dean Goldfarb will serve a six-year term with two co-editors-in-chief. The Clinical Law Review,...
The 10th annual Battered Mothers’ Custody Conference was held at GW Law in May, co-hosted by the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project, founded and directed by Professor of Clinical Law Joan Meier.
Professor and Immigration Clinic Director Alberto Benítez accepted the D.C. Courts’ CORO Award on behalf of the clinic from Chief Judge Lee F. Satterfield, JD ’83, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, and Associate Judge Marissa Dameo. The award recognizes outstanding service to the District...
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