George Mason School of Law Welcomes New Faculty

For Fall 2006, George Mason University School of Law welcomes four new faculty members and one visiting assistant professor. Joyce Lee Malcolm is a Professor of Law with a strong background in legal history and constitutional rights, who will teach a seminar entitled "Common Law and American Rights."

We also welcomes three assistant professors of law: Allison Hayward is active in the area of election law, and she will teach Professional Responsibility this term. Neomi Rao has specialized in public international law and commercial arbitration, and she will teach Constitutional Law I this term. Samson Vermont writes frequently about intellectual property issues, and he will teach Torts.

The law school also welcomes Visiting Assistant Professor of Law Randall B. Clark, who has written about politics, philosophy and the law, will teach Health Law this term.