What should society do when there is a clash between two values that most Americans support? That was the topic of a daylong conference at the law school in April, organized by Alan B. Morrison, Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law. 
GW students are hard at work providing basic legal assistance to veterans, thanks to three new partnerships established by the Pro Bono Program. The collaborations—set up to meet the increased needs of veterans returning home from combat and service—give students hands-on legal experience...
A record 144 students from the Class of 2014 volunteered a total of 25,822 pro bono hours to legal assistance projects, the largest contribution ever from a graduating class. The previous high mark was established by the Class of 2013, with 139 students contributing 22,458 hours, more than...
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