See also Regulatory Law Concentration.
The Regulatory Law Track prepares students for practice in and before the numerous agencies that regulate business and other activities. Approximately one-third of the credits required for graduation must be in regulatory law courses. The remaining two-thirds of the course work of the track is outside regulatory law, thereby ensuring students substantial breadth in their professional training.
Course requirements for the Regulatory Law Track are found on the following pages, based on the year entering George Mason School of Law: