Four Scalia Law professors were named among the top most-cited antitrust faculty in U.S. law schools. Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports listed the top ten most cited antitrust faculty for the period 2013-2017. Professor Joshua Wright (left) was second and Professor Timothy Muris was tenth. Professor Bruce Kobayashi, currently on leave, was listed as the first runner-up and Judge Douglas Ginsburg was recognized as a highly-cited scholar in the area of antitrust.
On September 7, Scalia Law Professors Jennifer Mascott and Adam White testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the United States Supreme Court. Mascott served as a former clerk to Judge Kavanaugh and shared her perspective on working for him, and her observations regarding his jurisprudence. White focused his testimony on Judge Kavanaugh’s deep record of thoughtful judicial opinions and legal scholarship on matters of administrative law.
The C. Boyden Gray Center For The Study Of The Administrative State Hosts Its First Annual Law Review Symposium
The George Mason Law Review and the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State held the Law Review's First Annual Administrative Law Symposium.
The Law & Economics Center and the Healthy Markets Association co-hosted a special policy address by Commissioner Robert J. Jackson, Jr. of the Securities and Exchange Commission. In his remarks, “Unfair Exchange: The State of America's Stock Markets,” Commissioner Jackson announced major SEC policy changes to exchange regulation.
The Academic Rating of World Universities has ranked George Mason University at #18 for the subject of law. Scalia Law moved up significantly in the rankings, having been listed at #29 in 2017.