NSI and CSIS Host Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch to Discuss Civics as a National Security Imperative

NSI and CSIS Host Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch to Discuss Civics as a National Security Imperative

The National Security Institute and the Center for Strategic & International Studies are excited to host U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil M. Gorsuch for Civics as a National Security Imperative: A Conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil M. Gorsuch.

Academic Centers Give Students a Deep Dive into Fascinating Areas of Law

Academic Centers Give Students a Deep Dive into Fascinating Areas of Law

George Mason University alumna Amanda Smialek was teaching her fourth-grade students at John D. Jenkins Elementary School in Woodbridge, Virginia, when the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol began. Smialek, a member of the 113th Medical Group with the Washington, D.C., Air National Guard, was called up the next day.

Scalia Law Celebrates Some of Its Alumnae

Scalia Law Celebrates Some of Its Alumnae

Scalia Law celebrates Women’s History Month by celebrating those alumnae who have blazed the trail in law for the next generation.

Alum Jina Hwang Leads Law School in 21-Day Challenge

Alum Jina Hwang Leads Law School in 21-Day Challenge

All Students, Staff, & Faculty of the Law School are Invited to Participate in the Challenge. Discussions will be led by Jina Hwang (‘05).

Moot Court Teams Continue to Thrive on Zoom

Moot Court Teams Continue to Thrive on Zoom

In a final round hailed by the judges for the skill and subject mastery of both sides, ASLS's team of '3L's Gabriella Paez, Rachel Elliott, and Rita Regelbrugge won the 2021 Bryant-Moore Invitational Moot Court Contest sponsored by Howard University School of Law on March 5-6.


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