Scalia Law Announces Three New Chairholders

Scalia Law Announces Three New Chairholders

We are pleased to announce the appointment of three chairholders at Scalia-George Mason Law School, recently ranked in the Top 25 of law schools in scholarly impact.

What’s the Purpose of the Corporation?

What’s the Purpose of the Corporation?

Law & Economics Center at Scalia Law Holds Luncheon Panel Reflecting on the Debate Generated by the Revolutionary Business Roundtable Statement Made Two Years Ago

Lucky 21 in 2021!

Lucky 21 in 2021!

This year, a record-setting 21 Scalia Law graduates have commenced or will shortly commence clerkships with Article III federal judges.

M-VETS Prevails and Secures Honorable Discharge for Army Combat Veteran

M-VETS Prevails and Secures Honorable Discharge for Army Combat Veteran

The Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (M-VETS) successfully argued before the Army Discharge Review Board for an Army Combat veteran to receive a fully Honorable conditions discharge.

Joe Berger (‘98) confirmed as 22d Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Army

Joe Berger (‘98) confirmed as 22d Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Army

Brigadier General (BG) Joseph B. Berger III has been nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate for appointment as the 22d Deputy Judge Advocate General of the Army, in the grade of Major General.


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