Washington, D.C. - The George Washington University Law School recently appointed Assembly Board Member and intern alumnus Aram A. Gavoor as its Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. A senior Department of Justice attorney with years of trial and appellate experience and public law policy expertise, Gavoor also teaches Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, and other courses at The George Washington University Law School, where he received the school's Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award in 2020 and 2017. Gavoor is a nationally recognized scholar in the fields of administrative law, federal courts, and national security law whose scholarship was cited by the Supreme Court of the United States. He was recognized by The National Law Journal as a D.C. Rising Star (40 under 40) honoree. An Assembly Board Member since 2014, Gavoor participated as an intern in the Assembly's Terjenian-Thomas Internship Program in 2003. Gavoor regularly meets with summer interns to share his experiences as an Assembly intern on Capitol Hill as well as the trajectory of his professional career. "On behalf of the Assembly family and all our friends, we congratulate Aram on this milestone in his already distinguished career," stated Assembly Co-Chairs Van Krikorian and Anthony Barsamian. "And we congratulate The George Washington Law School for making such a good choice."
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