Thirty-five years after graduating from GW Law, five members of the Class of 1979 are still closely connected. The group members, who have kept in touch since meeting in their first-year contract class, gathered recently for their own mini reunion. Pictured at the get-together are (from left to...
Catherine Lindsey, JD ’89, didn’t follow football or basketball on television. She’d never played team sports. But she was interested in the business of sports and how the rights to sporting events were acquired. So she crammed for the job interview, impressing the entertainment industry officials...
Jeffrey Kohn, JD ’84, remembers the first time a GW Law professor called on him. “I recall standing up in torts class for what seemed like an eternity—when in actuality it was likely no more than 10 minutes—and I remember thinking, ‘Does anything I just said make sense?’” says Mr. Kohn, the...
Carolyn Homer Thomas, JD ’12, is just two years out of law school but has already accomplished two major legal goals: becoming a practicing intellectual property (IP) attorney and writing a Supreme Court brief on religion law.
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