M-VETS Receives ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award

M-VETS Receives ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award

Scalia Law’s Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (M-VETS) received the American Bar Association (ABA) Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award for its services in 2018.

CPIP Scholars Draft Issue Paper Calling for Deregulation of the Songwriting Business

CPIP Scholars Draft Issue Paper Calling for Deregulation of the Songwriting Business

Professor Adam Mossoff and Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) Senior Scholar Kristen Osenga joined in drafting an issue paper titled “Deregulating the Songwriting Business.”

Moot Court Team Reaches National Finals in ABA Appellate Advocacy Contest

Moot Court Team Reaches National Finals in ABA Appellate Advocacy Contest

The Scalia Law Moot Court team of Gabriella Mahan, Claire O’Rourke, and Rachel Petrik won all five of their matches of the ABA’s D.C. region, qualifying to become regional co-champions in the National Appellate Advocacy Contest.

George Mason’s Scalia Law School Congratulates Professor Neomi Rao on Her Confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

George Mason’s Scalia Law School Congratulates Professor Neomi Rao on Her Confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

Senate Voted Today for Rao – an Associate Professor at Scalia Law – to Fill Justice Kavanaugh’s Former Seat on the Bench

Antonin Scalia Law School Receives $50 Million: Largest Gift in George Mason History

Antonin Scalia Law School Receives $50 Million: Largest Gift in George Mason History

$50 million bequest from the Rouse estate creates a permanent endowment to support 13 new chairs at Scalia Law School.