“Don’t go to law school.” Many George Washington Law students have likely heard this, said this, or both.
It’s 9 p.m. on Saturday, January 15 and Christine Mundia can finally relax in her resort cabin. As the person in charge of organizing the 2011 GW Law Ski Trip, her job is now over.
After December 2, every state and federal judge in Manhattan and Brooklyn listed on Symplicity recieved a letter from New York native Tim Li, a 1L at George Washington Law School.
In order to continue to promote a culture of student mental health on campus, the SBA Senate Student Wellness and Programming Committee is kicking off a pilot program, “Wellness Wednesdays.” The pr
This week marks the beginning of a new year and a new semester at George Washington Law.
Last month, 3L daytime students and 4L evening students prepared for the end. Registration for the Spring semester occurred on October 27th and 28th.
A judge on the International Court of Justice will return to The George Washington University Law School this fall.
There is little doubt that the current class of law school students faces challenges unique to our generation.
A culinary cage-match between D.C.'s restaurant owners and food truck operators is currently being waged in the stomachs of Washington residents and on the desks of city government and here's the c
On Thursday, October 14, 2010, Washington area women came together for their annual luncheon to take stock of grant-making efforts to improve the lives of women, children, and families in the capit
To be clear, this article is about students voicing their concerns with the Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) application process as administered by the Career Development Office (CDO). Not
On October 15, the South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA) teamed up with Georgetown, American, and Catholic University Law Schools to throw its annual Diwali Banquet, celebrating the Indian fe
While speaking at the dedication of a new building at Marquette University Law School, U.S.