George Mason University School of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA)* and is a member of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS).
According to its Standard 509, the American Bar Association requires that accredited law schools publish complete and accurate information on topics that include admissions, costs, scholarships, enrollment data, faculty, courses, resources, and facilities, as well as employment and bar passage rates.
In compliance with Standard 509, Mason Law provides below a link to its most recent Standard 509 Information Report (compiled from information reported each year to the ABA). Each category of information required is also separately listed below, with a link to the Standard 509 Information Report as appropriate, as well as links to other valuable information compiled for the benefit of law students and those interested inpursuing a legal education.
ABA CONSUMER INFORMATION
2013 Standard 509 Information Report (compiled from the latest ABA questionnaire)
- GPA and LSAT Scores — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
- Profile of the Fall 2013 Entering Class
- Tuition and Fees
- Living Costs (cost of attendance)
- Financial Aid
- Refund Policy
- Grants and Scholarships — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
- Scholarship Retention Data (conditional scholarships)
- George Mason Law Scholarship and Fellowship Programs
- J.D. Enrollment and Ethnicity — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
- J.D Attrition — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
- Transfers — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
- Faculty and Administrators — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
- Faculty Directory
- Professional Librarians
- JD Curriculum
- LLM & Joint Degree Programs
- Curricular Offerings (including seminars and co-curricular offerings)
- Academic Calendar
- Course Descriptions
- Academic Regulations/Requirements
- Policies Regarding Transfer of Credit (see AR 2-5 and AR 3-12)
- Class Sizes for First Year and Upper Class Courses — from the 2013 Standard 509 Information Report
BAR PASSAGE DATA
*Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark Street, 21st Floor, Chicago IL 60654 Phone: 312-988-6738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.