Wright Testifies on FTC Legislation

Wright Testifies on FTC Legislation

On May 24, Professor Joshua D. Wright testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade regarding several pieces of proposed legislation relating to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Read more...

Law School Class of 2016 Celebrates Convocation

Law School Class of 2016 Celebrates Convocation

On Saturday, May 14, the George Mason University School of Law awarded 134 JD degrees and four LLM degrees at the annual convocation ceremony held at the university's Fairfax Campus. Read more...

Congressman Jolly Named Distinguished Alumnus of the Year

Congressman Jolly Named Distinguished Alumnus of the Year

On April 13, Congressman David Jolly ('01) was presented with the School of Law's Distinguished Alumnus of the Year award as part of the University's Celebration of Distinction. Read more...

Mossoff Files Amicus Brief Seeking Review of  Patent Decision

Mossoff Files Amicus Brief Seeking Review of Patent Decision

Professor Adam Mossoff recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of 19 professors in support of a cert petition to the U.S. Supreme Court involving a controversial patent decision by the Federal Circuit. Read more...

Somin Co-Authors Amicus Brief in Property Rights Case Before the U.S. Supreme Court

Somin Co-Authors Amicus Brief in Property Rights Case Before the U.S. Supreme Court

Professor Ilya Somin recently co-authored a brief on behalf of nine states in an important regulatory taking case before the Supreme Court. Read more...

Co-Director of Mason's Supreme Court Clinic To Argue Case Before U.S. Supreme Court

Co-Director of Mason's Supreme Court Clinic To Argue Case Before U.S. Supreme Court

On April 20, Adjunct Professor and Co-Director of the Mason Law Supreme Court Clinic Thomas McCarthy will argue before the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more...

 Zywicki Testifies on Consumer Financial Services

Zywicki Testifies on Consumer Financial Services

On April 5, Professor Todd Zywicki testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on “Assessing the Effects of Consumer Finance Regulations." Read more...

Washington Post Op-ed: Memorializing Justice Scalia’s Legacy

Washington Post Op-ed: Memorializing Justice Scalia’s Legacy

Dean Henry N. Butler and Professor Neomi Rao make the case for naming the law school after the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Read more...