Congratulations to Members Selected for Publication!

Please join the George Mason Law Review in congratulating the following students whose student notes were selected for publication in 2017-2018! Top Student Comment: Theresa Du, Cece v. Holder: The Inadequacy of the Asylum Process in Helping Potential Human Trafficking Victims Shannon Russell, The Burden is Undue: Whole Woman’s Health and the Evolution, Clarification, and Application of the Undue […]

Volume 24:1 Developments Articles Now Available Online

The Developments section of the George Mason Law Review seeks to address the frequent critique that legal scholarship is increasingly disconnected from the needs of the bar by providing shorter essays on timely legal subjects. Through this section, we hope the George Mason Law Review will position itself at the early stages of scholarly dialogue […]

Volume 23:5 Developments Article Now Available Online

Through its Developments section, the George Mason Law Review seeks to address the oft-heard critique that legal scholarship is increasingly disconnected from the needs of the bar. Developments operates on a shorter publishing timeline and it posts essays online as soon as they are completed. Although Developments focuses on an online publication to support quick […]

Volume 23:2 now online!

The law review is excited to share that our latest issue featuring articles from the Kelo v. City of New London Symposium is now available online! Kelo v. City of New London: A Mini-Symposium Ilya Somin, Introduction, 23 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 253 (2016) Josh Blackman, Popular Constitutionalism After Kelo, 23 Geo. Mason L. Rev. […]