There is little doubt that the current class of law school students faces challenges unique to our generation.
A judge on the International Court of Justice will return to The George Washington University Law School this fall.
The 2L class as a whole at the law school is more than averagely aware of the specific details of Citizens United v.
I missed last week because I came down with a case of the Van Vlecks, so maybe I owe you a recap of the month in sports. Randy Moss was traded...and waived...and claimed.
Last week, Omar Khadr, a Canadian man, was sentenced to forty years in prison by a U.S. military tribunal for throwing a grenade that killed an American soldier in Afghanistan.
On October 14, 2010, Louis Henkin, a renowned Columbia Law School professor credited with founding the study of human rights law and inspiring generations of legal scholars, passed away at the age
At the beginning of my 1L career just a few months ago, I was still under the impression that law school was a serious, humorless place and that most law students had an attitude that matched their
Last week, after a fifty-six year dry spell, the San Francisco Giants finally won the World Series. It was like some weight had been lifted.
Alright, just admit it – you like Gossip Girl. It’s awful, tasteless smut that is corrupting America’s youth. But it’s also kind of fantastic.
It’s getting to be that time of year again. Daylight savings time marks the shift from “Law school?
While Brittany Bisnott’s cover article on the VegFest correctly described it as a fun, inclusive event, I find it strange that she never actually mentioned its overall purpose: to spark serious tho
Last month, 3L daytime students and 4L evening students prepared for the end. Registration for the Spring semester occurred on October 27th and 28th.