U.S. and international legislators recounted their personal experiences and demanded action during the IDDP forum on online hate against women.
Patrice A. Sulton’s public policy organization helps students learn criminal law policy while advocating for criminal justice reform in the city.
Natasha Dupee discussed how universities could help make the promise of the ADA a reality and enable students with disabilities to achieve their educational goals.
Dr. Lal discussed how the administration’s handling of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests impacts the nation’s credibility in foreign and counterterrorism policy.
In an event co-hosted by GW Law and public interest group Better Markets, former President Obama, other politicians and experts touted the financial reform legislation’s staying power.
The university joined an amicus brief and also signed a letter to Congress asking legislative leaders for help in rescinding the new Trump administration directive.
Ms. Suter said that the chief justice’s voting with liberals in opinions rooted in conservative methodology is not evidence of a liberal conversion.
GSEHD partners with D.C. government to provide affordable counseling services to members of the city’s creative community.
A virtual forum hosted by GW’s Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics explored how online disinformation contributes to voting suppressions and undermines elections.
The executive director of GW’s Cisneros Institute answers questions about what the court’s ruling means for DACA recipients.
A virtual forum hosted by GW’s Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics explored harm caused by online disinformation related to COVID-19 and social media regulation.
The D.C. Council unanimously passed a package of emergency police reform legislation that includes Cynthia Lee’s model legislation on police use of force.
The 13 consecutive days of protests in the District centered around Lafayette Square, the most recent of which took place on newly christened Black Lives Matter Plaza
A GW Law expert panel discussed the president’s recent removal of inspectors general, acts criticized as opening the door to corruption in this and future administrations.