Sandra Aistars Writes in Law 360: Oracle-Google Copyright War May Benefit Artists

Sandra Aistars Writes in Law 360: Oracle-Google Copyright War May Benefit Artists

Google v. Oracle is a long-running copyright dispute in which Google admits that, pressed for time, and wanting to compete with Oracle, it copied more than 11,000 lines of Oracle’s Java software code, as well as the organizational structure of the software program.

Katherine Crytzer (’09) Nominated for a Seat on the Federal Bench

Katherine Crytzer (’09) Nominated for a Seat on the Federal Bench

Get to know our new adjunct professor, Ted Ullyot.

Thomas Vartanian Speaks to the State of Money Laundering Regulations in the Current Tech Era

Thomas Vartanian Speaks to the State of Money Laundering Regulations in the Current Tech Era

Read Professor Thomas Vartanian's Expert Perspective from this month's Directors Briefing from the ABA Banking Journal.

M-VETS Helps a Survivor of Military Sexual Trauma Clear Erroneous UCMJ Titling Decision

M-VETS Helps a Survivor of Military Sexual Trauma Clear Erroneous UCMJ Titling Decision

In July 2020, the Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (“M-VETS”) successfully cleared the name of a survivor of military sexual trauma from the Army Crimes Records Center (CRC) database.

Scalia Law Welcomes Three New Faculty

Scalia Law Welcomes Three New Faculty

Judge Stephen Shannon, Adjunct Professor of Criminal Law at Scalia Law School, recently received the “Teachers of Distinction Award” from The Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning at George Mason University.


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