Prof. Aram Avedis Gavoor

Professorial Lecturer of Law, The George Washington University Law School

Aram A. Gavoor is a nationally recognized scholar in the fields of administrative law, federal courts, and national security law. His co-authored article, Administrative Records and the Courts, was cited by the Supreme Court of the United States in Department of Commerce v. New York (2019). His scholarship has been published by and cited in numerous prestigious law journals. He received GW Law’s Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award from the 2020 and 2017 graduating classes.

As an advocate, he has litigated federal court appellate and trial cases involving high profile challenges to statutes, regulations, and policies. He has briefed and argued over a dozen cases before a majority of the United States Courts of Appeals. He has litigated in nearly a third of the 94 United States District Courts. His cases have been covered by The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, Politico, and HuffPost.

Professor Gavoor previously served on the law school’s adjunct faculty from 2008-2017 before accepting a term-limited position as a Visiting Associate Professor from 2017-2019. He currently teaches Administrative Law, Federal Courts, and National Security Law.


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