Scalia Law offers a Joint Degree in Law and Public Policy (JD/MPP) that provides students with an opportunity to master the fundamentals of legal and policy analysis. Upon completion of the graduation requirements of both schools, students of the joint degree program will receive both a JD from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University and an MPP from the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs. Both degrees can be achieved on a full-time basis in approximately four years, instead of the five years that would be required if each degree were pursued sequentially.
The deadline for completing the supplemental application form for the JD/MPP degree is June 1 for fall admission or December 1 for spring admission.
If you live in Virginia, you may be eligible for instate tuition rates. If you are claiming entitlement to Virginia in-state tuition rates (pursuant to section 23-7.4, Code of Virginia), you must complete an In-State Tuition Application Form . Please include a copy of your Virginia drivers license.
All students who enroll at the law school are required to sign and submit a form to certify that you have read the provisions of the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University Honor Code, and that you agree to be bound by its provisions. The honor code can be found on the page describing the Honor Code Pledge and Guidelines.
For new students, this form is sent from the admissions office. All other students can use the following form: Honor Code Certification Form
Applicants who are confident that Scalia Law is the law school for them may wish to apply through our Scalia Law Scholars Program (application deadline January 15). Applicants who are accepted through this program will receive a full tuition scholarship.
If you are applying electronically via LSAC, you may complete the Scalia Law Scholars Agreement and upload it as an attachment to your application.
Applicants who are confident that Scalia Law is the law school for them may wish to apply through our Early Decision Program (application deadline January 15).
If you are applying electronically via LSAC, you may complete the Early Decision Agreement and upload it as an attachment to your application.