Mossoff Co-Authors Amicus Brief in Ariosa v. Sequenom

Mossoff Co-Authors Amicus Brief in Ariosa v. Sequenom

An amicus brief filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit asks the court to reconsider the panel decision in Ariosa v. SequenomRead more...

Profile of the Fall 2015 Entering Class

Profile of the Fall 2015 Entering Class

The 159 matriculants of the School of Law’s fall 2015 entering first-year class began their formal study of law during this year’s orientation program, held on August 14 and 15. Read more...

Sandra Aistars to Join Faculty, Launch Arts & Entertainment Advocacy Program

Sandra Aistars to Join Faculty, Launch Arts & Entertainment Advocacy Program

Mason Law is proud to announce that Sandra Aistars will be joining our faculty as a Clinical Professor next week. Read more...

Krauss Op-ed in Forbes

Krauss Op-ed in Forbes

Professor Michael Krauss discusses a Department of Transportation case that was recently remanded for further review and reconsideration. Read more...

FTC Commissioner Joshua Wright To Rejoin Mason Law

FTC Commissioner Joshua Wright To Rejoin Mason Law

Joshua D. Wright will rejoin George Mason University School of Law as a full-time member of the faculty in Fall 2015. Read more...

Somin’s Book Reviewed in the Weekly Standard

Somin’s Book Reviewed in the Weekly Standard

Professor Ilya Somin's book, The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain, was reviewed in the Weekly Standard. Read more...

Boyden Gray to Teach Energy, Environment Policy at Mason’s School of Law

Boyden Gray to Teach Energy, Environment Policy at Mason’s School of Law

Ambassador C. Boyden Gray joins the adjunct faculty at George Mason University’s School of Law this fall. Read more...

Mason Law Faculty Ranks 21st for Scholarly Impact

Mason Law Faculty Ranks 21st for Scholarly Impact

George Mason University School of Law ranks #21 in a 2015 study on the scholarly impact of American law school faculties. Read more...