The Burns Law Library has mounted a display of scholarship by women members of the GW Law School faculty in honor of Women’s History Month. Located outside the library’s second-floor entrance, it highlights publications from 25 members of the permanent faculty. The...
We’re as excited about taking care of the environment here at GW Law as we are about the 50th anniversary of our International Environmental Law program! Our latest display, “Single-Use Plastics & the Law,” explores the impact of single-use...
Belva Lockwood, a graduate in 1873 of the the the National University Law School (now GW Law), became the first woman member of the Supreme Court bar and the first to argue a case before the Supreme Court. Once she had completed her course work, the law school...
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