Krystalyn Weaver:  From Pharmacy, to Policy, to Law

Krystalyn Weaver: From Pharmacy, to Policy, to Law

Krystalyn Weaver (‘21) attended pharmacy school envisioning a career in a lab doing drug research, but ultimately found her calling in the legal field and is now wrapping up her final semester at Antonin Scalia Law School.

Sally Alghazali: Refugee, Musician, Human Rights Activist, Law Student

Sally Alghazali: Refugee, Musician, Human Rights Activist, Law Student

Second-year Scalia Law student Sally Alghazali was scheduled to begin an internship in the summer of 2020 with the Department of State at the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. When she learned at the end of April that the program was cancelled due to the pandemic, she asked herself how she could still work in human rights.

Buta Biberaj (JD ’93) Becomes First Elected Female Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney

Buta Biberaj (JD ’93) Becomes First Elected Female Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney

In January 2020, Biberaj became Loudoun County’s first elected Commonwealth’s Attorney, the county’s head prosecutor.

Meet the Editors in Chief!

Meet the Editors in Chief!

Meet our Editors in Chief for the George Mason Law Review, Civil Rights Law Journal, National Security Law Journal, International Law Journal, and the Journal of Law & Economics!

Terrica Carrington ‘16:  VP of Legal and Policy and Copyright Counsel at the Copyright Alliance

Terrica Carrington ‘16: VP of Legal and Policy and Copyright Counsel at the Copyright Alliance

The VP of Legal and Policy and Copyright Counsel at the Copyright Alliance on how GMU fostered her interest in copyright law, the evolving problem of piracy and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act


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