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: 'Hold on'..." If you can do this, then
Over the past two weeks, the law school community has come together to generate aid for Haiti. On January 12, the country was hit by a catastrophic earthquake that caused major damage to the capital and
On Thursday October 15th, GW Law hosted a lecture by Justice Anthony Kennedy, a talk that was the keynote speech for the annual Law Review Symposium. Members of the GW Law community attended the event in the Betts Auditorium in the Marvin Center on a rainy Thursday afternoon, where everyone enjoyed a humorous, informative
The University hosted a series of distinguished guests for Eric Holders installation as the 82nd U.S. Attorney General on Friday March 27th in Lisner Auditorium. President Barack Obama, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, and Ethel Kennedy came to the ceremony, which included remarks by President Obama before the official installation.
The Law School was briefly evacuated on Saturday March 14th because of a fuel oil spill. According to Tracy Schario, Director of Media Relations at GW, at approximately 8:30pm, someone reported an unusual smell in Lisner Hall to the University Police Department.
Back in February, the Law Revue performed a skit in which a young law student lamented, "I just got sucked in. Everyone kept saying it'd help me get a job, it'd look good on my resume, I'd get laid more!