Beginning fall 2018, foreign-trained attorneys will have the opportunity to learn from the United States’ top legal experts, leading attorneys, and judges through the George Mason University LL.M. in U.S. Law program.
The Center for the Study of the Administrative State at Scalia Law will be rededicated as the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State in honor of the Ambassador ’s contributions to the Center and to the field. The dedication ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 24.
The Arts & Entertainment Advocacy Clinic at Scalia Law recently earned a big win from the work of its initial group of clinic students. The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that media monitoring company TVEyes is cheating Fox News out of revenue by failing to pay for some content it resells.
Scalia Law is proud to announce that Nuno Garoupa will be joining the faculty as a Professor of Law. Professor Garoupa's teaching and research interests include Comparative Law, Law and Economics and Comparative Judicial Politics. Professor Garoupa comes to us from the Texas A&M University School of Law where he was Professor of Law & Convener, Program of Law and Social Science, and holds the Chair in Research Innovation, Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon, Portugal.
On behalf of 144 Members of Congress, Scalia Law's Supreme Court Clinic filed an amicus brief in NIFLA v. Becerra opposing compelled speech requirements. The brief states that California’s Reproductive FACT ACT violates the First Amendment rights of pro-life pregnancy centers, forcing them to engage in speech that directly contradicts their own message and deeply held beliefs. The brief asks the Supreme Court to overturn the ruling of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld the California law.