Preview Series
Preview Series

Preview Series

Virtual Preview Series

We invite admitted students to tune into our live, Virtual Preview Series sessions on a range of topics, including clinics, housing, community, and more. Bring your questions, and get ready to virtually mingle with faculty, staff, Student Ambassadors, and your future classmates! We hope to see you there. Please register in advance.  Can't make the live sessions?  We will record these session and link them below.

Date Topic Speaker(s) Registration
February, March, and April

Admitted Student Drop-Ins with Student Ambassadors

Please join these informal chats with current students to ask about anything on your mind related to the student experience.

Current Student Ambassadors Tuesday, April 2 at 6 pm - Register
Tuesday, February 13 at 3 pm

Clinical Programs

Learn about how our clinics students work directly with clients in matters involving criminal defense, transactional law, housing and a dozen practice areas in between, and gain real world lawyering experience.

Laurie S. Kohn, Jacob Burns Foundation Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs; Associate Professor of Clinical Law; Director of the Family Justice Litigation Clinic, Director of the Access to Justice Clinic

Andrea R. Willis-Johnson, Managing Attorney & Associate Program Director

View Recording
Thursday, February 22 at 1 pm

Life in DC and Housing

In this session, you’ll find out what it’s like living in DC, an overview of the different neighborhoods, and housing options for students.

Nate White, Senior Financial Aid Counselor

Connie Zegarra, Admissions Coordinator

View Recording
Tuesday, February 27 at 1 pm

Access and Inclusion 

Discover the inclusive culture at GW Law and the Law School’s work to expand our infrastructure and programming for students from all backgrounds.
Carmia Caesar, Associate Dean for Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Registration closed
Thursday, March 7 at 1 pm

Law and Privacy, AI, and Technology

Professor Solove, who is one of the world’s leading experts in privacy law, will discuss GW Law's Privacy and Technology Law Program, including its JD concentration in Privacy, Data Security, and Technology Law.  

Daniel J. Solove, Eugene L. and Barbara A. Bernard Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law View Recording
Friday, March 8 at 1 pm

Field Placement

The Field Placement Program provides GW Law students an opportunity to earn academic credit while working as student externs with government, judicial, and nonprofit organizations. In the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters, student externs work directly with judges or practicing lawyers.
Keri McCoy, Assistant Dean for Field Placement View Recording
Thursday, March 21 at noon

Advocacy at GW

Join us to learn about the various advocacy programs here at GW Law, including moot court, mock trial, and alternative dispute resolution, and the various internal and external competitions that students participate in.

David Johnson, Assistant Dean for Pro Bono & Advocacy Programs; Professorial Lecturer in Law

Lauren Arquette, Diego Perea-Aguire, and Austyn Ramsay, Skills Boards Presidents

View Recording
Tuesday, April 2 at 3 pm

Student Bar Association

During this session, members of the Student Bar Association will give you an overview of the many ways the SBA works to advocate for and support our students.

Shallum Atkinson, Student Bar Association President Registration closed
Tuesday, April 9 at 2 pm

Professional Development and Career Strategy

Meet members of the GW Law Career Center.  They will walk you through their unique approach to partnering with students to develop their personalized career plans.  The Career Center's experienced counselors work with students to understand their individual goals, formulate an effective job search strategy, and develop the professional skills needed in today’s complex legal environment.

Suzanne Hard, Associate Dean for Professional Development and Career Strategy

Julie McLaughlin, Director, Career Counseling and Professional Development

Monday, April 15 at 6:30 pm 

Alumni in the Intellectual Property Field

During this session, meet GW Law alums practicing intellectual property law.  They will provide an overview of their professional backgrounds and career paths, and will answer any questions students may have about pursuing a career in IP law.


Jake Berdine, '15, Senior AI Product Counsel, Bytedance

Adam Bofill, '17, Corporate Counsel, Amazon Web Services

Michael Gershoni, '16, Senior Associate, Arnold & Porter

Matthew Rosenberg,'16, Associate, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP