Law School Welcomes New Faculty Members

Law School Welcomes New Faculty Members

With the start of the new 2016 academic year, the law school welcomes four new faculty members. Read more...

Profile of the Fall 2016 Entering Class

Profile of the Fall 2016 Entering Class

The incoming class of 179 JD students represents 32 states and the District of Columbia and eight different countries. Read more...

2E Jacquelyn Branscomb Contributes to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

2E Jacquelyn Branscomb Contributes to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

On July 24, second-year evening student Jacquelyn Branscomb wrote an article, and was featured in a separate article, discussing the impact and implications of the law school's renaming on diversity. Read more...

Mossoff  Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court on Patent Rights

Mossoff Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court on Patent Rights

On May 27, Professor Adam Mossoff filed an amicus brief in MCM Portfolio LLC v. Hewlett-Packard Company asking the Court to reverse a Federal Circuit holding that patents are "public rights." Read more...

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...