Faculty and experts said removing the $80 fee would help GW increase its total applicant pool and could expand outreach to students from diverse backgrounds.
Student-attorneys arranged to hold information sessions for international students and collect donations to educate the public about the immigration system.
Faculty working with the program said it will bring law scholars, students and the public together for discussion about the intersection of law and technology.
A new law school website called “For the Record” highlights the ways law faculty engage with the media, scholarship and leadership outside of GW.
John Duncan Jr. received 75 percent of the votes Tuesday night.
The GW Law School will add a member to the school’s staff to focus on students’ wellness and inclusion, officials said.
Packed into GW Law School’s Moot Courtroom Tuesday, dozens watched a debate about the United Kingdom’s recent Brexit vote.
Not many students spend nine consecutive years at GW, but Julia Haigney did – and now she gets to say goodbye with grandeur.
David Falk, who graduated from the school in 1975, announced the Falk Academy of Management and Entrepreneurship during an event last week.
Two D.C. Council members want to make the city’s government records and actions more transparent.