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The India Project

GW Law expands a rich relationship with India.

By Jamie L. Freedman

From New Delhi to Bangalore, GW Law is building bridges of understanding between the United States and Indian legal communities through its fast-growing India Project, a collaborative enterprise fostering broad-based relationships and heightened international dialogue on issues of mutual concern. Read more >

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GW Law Briefs

New Associate Dean

Professor Jeanne Fromer from the Fordham University School of Law wrapped up the Fall 2008 IP Workshop Series with a talk on “Claiming Intellectual Property.”

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Raising the Bar

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In Memoriam

A Gateway to Success

Generous gifts from alumni and friends open doors for GW Law scholars.

By Jaime Ciavarra and Jamie L. Freedman

Paying for a top-quality legal education—never an easy feat—has become increasingly daunting in recent months, as the worldwide economic crisis hits deep at the pockets of prospective law students and their families. The George Washington University Law School is meeting the challenge head-on, thanks to the generosity of a devoted group of GW Law alumni and friends who have established scholarship funds and endowments for deserving students. Read more >

Patently Experienced

Policy leader John M. Whealan heads the IP Program

By Jamie L. Freedman

GW Law’s internationally renowned intellectual property law program took a giant step forward in May with the appointment of John M. Whealan as the school’s inaugural associate dean for intellectual property law studies. Read more >

Leading With Purpose and Passion

International and comparative law faculty members make a global difference.

By Brooke Kenny

GW professors of international and comparative law know that being a good lawyer extends well beyond the stacks of the library and the pages of casebooks. The law, they say, is an evolving profession that requires its practitioners to use discretion and judgment. Read more >