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How to Start a Career in Government Contracts

Interview with John Sorrenti (GW Law Class of ’10) By Todd Watson GW Law is considered one of the best schools in the country for government contracts.  Many students either come here to pursue that field of practice, or decide to after taking an entry level class.  But this is...

The Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project: A Profile

By Giri Iyengar There’s a new group in town, one we think you should know about. Under Aseel Barghuthi’s leadership, the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) recently launched its GW Law chapter with little fanfare but much success. They had a terrific fundraiser last month at...

Students Consider Proposed Hate Group Policy

Several students, including GW Law student Samantha Ames (below), recently proposed the adoption of a new policy concerning events at the law school which include speakers from identified Hate Groups. Below, you will find commentary on the issue from both Samantha and Michael...

Special Edition: 2012 SBA Election Issue Available for Download

Click here to download a copy of the 2012 SBA Election Issue: Digital Edition. Click here to download a copy of the 2012 SBA Election Issue: Digital Addition.

Senate Moves to Enfranchise 2L Transfers…Again

By Mark Aaron Cox GWSBA Correspondent Progress on bills pending in the SBA Senate last semester hit a snag due to an unexpected fire alarm. Originally scheduled for November 21st, the final meeting of the Senate was moved to the 28th to avoid extending the pre-Thanksgiving...

Ad Hoc Funding Questions Dominate Debate – Mark Aaron Cox, GWSBA Correspondent

The GW SBA Senate convened for its second full session on Monday, October 10, 2011 in Lisner 202 at 8:30pm.   The first order of business at any SBA general body meeting is to approve for publication the minutes of the group’s last meeting. Executive Vice President Rubin...

Direct Funding of Student Organizations – Elizabeth Confalone

Part One of the ongoing series, Follow the Money One of the primary duties of student government at the Law School is to allocate funding to student organizations. Every year, student organizations submit budgets to the SBA, detailing anticipated group expenditures. The SBA...

SBA Welcomes New Reps, Closes Meeting Due to Confusing Bylaw

By Mark Aaron Cox The GW SBA Senate convened in full for the first time this academic year in Lisner 202 on September 26, 2001 at 8:30pm. The first order of business was a welcoming of the new 1L section representatives. Executive Vice President Lenny Rubin, presiding officer of...