M-VETS Prevails In Securing Judgement For Veteran's Security Deposit

M-VETS Prevails In Securing Judgement For Veteran's Security Deposit

The Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (M-VETS) represented a veteran and his wife at trial in General District Court to recover their $2,000 security deposit held by their former landlords. In a nearly five-hour-long trial, M-VETS student advisors Casey Hunt and Michael Vlcek conducted an opening statement, direct and cross examinations, and a closing argument, culminating in judgment for the full amount sought by the clinic’s clients.

Center For The Protection Of Intellectual Property Scholars Join Amicus Brief: Return Mail v. United States Postal Service

Center For The Protection Of Intellectual Property Scholars Join Amicus Brief: Return Mail v. United States Postal Service

Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) Executive Director Adam Mossoff and CPIP Senior Scholar Kristen Osenga joined an amicus brief, written on behalf of seven law professors by Adam MacLeod, a CPIP Thomas Edison Innovation Fellow for 2017 and 2018, and a member of CPIP’s growing community of scholars.

The Law & Economics Center Hosted 62 Prominent Judges For Judicial Education Program

The Law & Economics Center Hosted 62 Prominent Judges For Judicial Education Program

The Law & Economics Center’s Judicial Education Program hosted 62 state and federal judges in Islamorada, Florida, for a two-part program series, January 23-31.

Gray Center Looks At Trump Administration's Impact On The Courts And Administrative Law

Gray Center Looks At Trump Administration's Impact On The Courts And Administrative Law

The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State held a public policy conference on how the Trump administration has impacted government. 

Kelly McNamara Corley Speaks At George Mason University’s Winter Graduation

Kelly McNamara Corley Speaks At George Mason University’s Winter Graduation

Discover Financial Services Executive Vice President and General Counsel, and founder of the Corley Institute for Diversity & Inclusion at Scalia Law, Kelly McNamara Corley (JD ’89) recalled the “life-changing” environment she encountered as a law school student.