This week, the law school welcomes a brand new class of first year students, as well as visiting, transfer, and international students. According to Dean Anne Richard
The Princeton Review has dubbed The George Washington University's student body the most politically active in the nation. The 2010 edition of Princeton Review: The Best 371 Colleges sing
As it welcomes the Class of 2012 this fall, The George Washington Law School will also welcome Alan B. Morrison as the first Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service.
Welcome to (or back to) GW Law! You've chosen an excellent place to pursue your legal education and will be in Washington, DC during an exciting and exhilarating time. Our nation currently grappl
As an incoming 1L, you are probably excited to begin your journey to becoming a lawyer. Over the next three (or four) years, you will have the opportunity to
On the first day of Criminal Procedure last year I was prepared to face the legendary Professor Paul Butler after having read and reread the assigned cases till my eyes hurt (which turned out to be
I knew that I was supposed to be nervous about my first year of law school, but until this spring, I had no idea just how afraid I should be. I spent my senior year of undergrad working in a resta
So, here we are. Orientation. How do you like it so far? Is it pretty much what you expected? I bet it is. How many different ways are there to do orientation, anyway? That's not a question-t
If you don't want to spend the end of your semester eating top ramen and sitting at home on a Friday night, you need to budget your loan refund to last through the semester. So how do you reign in
Rudyard Kipling wrote: "If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew/To serve your turn long after they are gone,/And so hold on when there is nothing in you/Except the Will which says to them:
I've always wanted to be a blacksmith. The idea of making something with your hands has a real strong appeal to me, plus it's good exercise, and your final product is likely going to be something
There have been many days recently when the path from law school hopeful to law student has been littered with a barrage of questions that, at that moment, seem impossible to answer.
I'm thrilled I still have two more years of law school.
Oh, Orientation. I must have attended at least a million orientation sessions by now, none of which are particularly interesting or particularly useful, but all are "mandatory" nonetheless. Law s
Is it true? Are there really no attractive people at our law school?