GW Law’s 2014 Reunion Weekend was packed with fun events and poignant award ceremonies, but it also provided alumni with opportunities for serious discussions about important topics in the law. The issue of women in the law was a major focus of this year’s Reunion Weekend, thanks in large part...
GW Law is poised to take a giant leap forward following the formal launch June 20 of an ambitious, $1 billion universitywide campaign—Making History: The Campaign for GW. The record-breaking, comprehensive philanthropic effort to support GW’s vision and priorities was publicly launched this...
During law school, Arlir Amado, JD ’99, took a job as a patent researcher for a small company run out of his future business partner’s bedroom. By the time he graduated from GW Law, he and Terry Kramer had agreed to expand the business into intellectual property (IP) law. The two formed...
Leslie “Les” Megyeri, BA ’63, JD ’68, MBA ’80, and his wife, Kathryn “Kathy,” MA ’69, MA ’82, have agreed to serve as honorary co-chairs of Making History: The Campaign for the George Washington University Law School. Their roles will be to advocate for the law school, inspiring and inviting others...
Conversations rise quickly as old friends and acquaintances walk through the doors of the Jacob Burns Law Library. Many of the guests have not seen the campus in years. Striding into the Tasher Great Room, one alumnus remarks that aside from Stockton Hall, most of the buildings did not exist when...
Congratulations go to Heather Foley, JD ’69, for winning the 2014 Stockton Award. The award was established by the GW Law Alumni Association to honor an accomplished alumnus or alumna who graduated 40 or more years ago, enjoyed an extraordinary career, and displays both dedication and commitment to...
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