Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas traded his robes for a tweed jacket this fall as co-professor of a weekly constitutional law seminar at GW.
Most law students who refer to the lessons they've learned from justices on the U.S. Supreme Court are speaking figuratively. But in the case of GW's Constitutional Law 6399-14: Leading Cases in Context, co-taught by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Professor Greg Maggs, students have a more direct line to the source. Read more >
When the young mother slipped out of the house in the middle of the night, away from the threats of her violent husband, she thought she'd lost it all—her home, her children, the life she'd known for 10 years. Then she walked into the Superior Court of D.C. Read more >
Law School officials may be marveling at the 2011 reunion turnout—the best ever—but the organizing committees say the explanation is simple. It was all about people reaching out to other people, with a little technology thrown in for good measure.. Read more >
On any given day, at least one of GW Law School's 100 or so full-time faculty members is typically in the news. It might be Professor Mary Cheh giving expertise on constitutional law and criminal procedure issues to a reporter from The Washington Post, Professor Paul Butler publishing an Op-Ed on jury nullification in The New York Times, or Professor Jonathan Turley addressing civil liberties on NPR, among many others. Read more >