David Cho Joins Scalia Law As New Assistant Dean For Career Services

David Cho Joins Scalia Law As New Assistant Dean For Career Services

Scalia Law continues to invest in support services that will help our students and recent graduates maximize their academic and career potential. David Cho is the newest addition to the student services team, serving as Assistant Dean for Career Services.

Professor Alvare Releases New Text On Family Law

Professor Alvare Releases New Text On Family Law

Professor Helen Alvaré has authored a new book on family law from Cambridge University Press -- Putting Children's Interests First in US Family Law and Policy: With Power Comes Responsibility.

Law & Economics Center Trains Judges, Briefs Congressional Staffers

Law & Economics Center Trains Judges, Briefs Congressional Staffers

For over 40 years, the Law & Economics Center (LEC) has provided the classroom where federal and state judges, legal scholars, and policymakers from throughout the United States learned how to apply economics, finance, statistics, and the scientific method to the analysis of legal issues. 

Library Reconfiguration and Leadership Center Open For Business

Library Reconfiguration and Leadership Center Open For Business

The law library reconfiguration project that began in June is 98 percent complete and the space is open for use. 

CPIP Scholars File Amicus Brief Urging Supreme Court To Fix Section 101

CPIP Scholars File Amicus Brief Urging Supreme Court To Fix Section 101

On December 4, Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) Founder Adam Mossoff and CPIP John F. Witherspoon Legal Fellow David Lund filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to grant certiorari in RecogniCorp v. Nintendo.