It’s nearly impossible to stand near the dean’s office at GW Law for more than a few minutes without hearing the sound of laughter—not just a chuckle, but a deep, genuine laugh that captivates the room. Since taking the helm as the 19th dean of the George Washington University Law School in...
As a child, Wendy Greene, LLM ’09, was inspired by her parents, both of whom were public school teachers and student activists in Columbia, S.C., during the civil rights movement. “I knew going into law school that I would one day become a law professor,” says the award-winning teacher at Samford...
The Hon. Lee F. Satterfield, JD ’83, followed three simple rules of his father as a young man: “get a good education, pass the bar, and help others,” he told a group of first-year GW Law students visiting his court. He kept to this simple creed as a law student at GW and now as chief judge of...
Edith “Edie” Reese, JD ’80, was in her second year at GW Law when two 3Ls asked for her help in their trial practice class. The students needed a surprise witness to make an “excited utterance.”  “I came into their class dressed as a floozy and with a phony accent,” Ms. Reese recalls. “...
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