Congratulations to the 2014-2015 George Mason Law Review Board of Editors: Editor-in-Chief: Amy S. Josselyn Executive Editor: Tommy Cumberland Managing Editor: Christine Kennedy Production Editor: Alexandra Wolff Symposium Editor: Jana I. Seidl Developments Editor: Drew A. Reitz Senior Articles Editor: Christine E. Ganley Articles [...]
George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in Volume 22, forthcoming for 2014-2015: Claire Bourque, Liability Only, Please - Hold the Damages: The Supreme Court's New Order for Class Certification Bryan J. Cannon, The Travesty of Patent Opinion Use: Advancing [...]
Please join us in congratulating the newest Full Members of the George Mason Law Review: Claire Bourque Bryan Cannon Christine Carter Thomas Cumberland Andrew DeMaio Tyler Dever Matthew Duescher Jessica Gallinaro Christine Ganley Brandon Gould Cameron Green Alex Heller Andrew Hoffman Amy Josselyn Christine Kennedy Nicholas [...]
Former George Mason Law Review Research Editor Meredith Schramm-Strosser’s scholarly examination of the preemptive effects of the Fair Credit Reporting Act is earning notice in the federal courts. Judge Messitte of the U.S. District Court in Maryland cited Schramm-Strosser’s student comment in an August 2013 opinion, Davenport v. [...]
George Mason University School of Law has nominated Kelsey B. Wilbanks for the 2014 Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing by a Law School Student for her Comment titled "The Challenges of 3D Printing to the Repair-Reconstruction Doctrine in Patent Law." This award honors law school students for clear, concise, and comprehensive legal [...]
An organization devoted to promoting antitrust scholarship has recognized two recent George Mason law graduates for an essay published last summer in the George Mason Law Review. Elyse Dorsey (’12) and former George Mason Law Review Executive Editor Matthew R. McGuire (’12) are among the nominees for an Antitrust Writing Award, through [...]
A student comment authored by former George Mason Law Review Senior Articles Editor Lora Barnhart Driscoll received a mention in an amici curiae brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year. The brief quoted from Ms. Driscoll’s 2011 article titled, “Citizens United v. Central Hudson: A Rationale for Simplifying and Clarifying [...]
Tim Geverd has had two writings selected for publication in two different law journals. Geverd, who currently serves as George Mason Law Review's Executive Editor, will see the first of his articles, "Failure to Warn: The National Hockey League Could Pay the Price for Its Pursuit of Profit at the Expense of Player Safety," published in the [...]
George Mason Law Review Article Selected for Re-Publication in Land Use and Environmental Law Review
In its Spring 2012 Issue, George Mason Law Review published "The Location Market," co-authored by Daniel B. Rodriguez and David Schleicher. This article was recently selected for re-publication by Land Use and Environmental Law Review, which selects the best land use and environmental law articles each year. The team at George Mason Law Review [...]
For the seventh consecutive year, A George Mason University Law School student has won the Burton Award for excellence in legal writing. This year, George Mason Law Review's Raven Merlau was selected for this prestigious honor. Raven served as Notes Editor for George Mason Law Review in 2012-2013, and her Comment, "The State Giveth and the [...]
In Issue 20:1, George Mason Law Review published Yvette Liebesman and Benjamin Wilson's article, The Mark of a Resold Good. The International Trademark Association recently selected Liebesman and Wilson's article as the Winner in the Professional Category of the 2013 Ladas Memorial Award for writing excellence on the subject of trademarks and [...]
Congratulations to Wesley Weeks, a George Mason Law Review Articles Editor, whose Picking Up the Tab for Your Competitors: Innovator Liability After Pliva, Inc. v. Mensing, 19 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 1257 (2012), was quoted in a recent Alabama Supreme Court dissenting opinion. The case was Wyeth, Inc. v. Weeks, No. 1:10-cv-602, 2013 WL 135753 [...]
The George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in the Law Review: 1. Kelsey Wilbanks, If It’s Broke, Fix It: The Future of Low-Cost 3D Printing For Home Objects, and the Need For a Better Patent Law Standard Between Innocent Repair and Infringing Reconstruction (Adrian [...]
Reminder: The Law Review will be hosting our annual Alumni Reception this Thursday (February 21) from 6:30 - 8:30 at Jones Day LLP. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our Managing Editor, Abby Uzupis at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
Lisa Goldstein, Associate Editor of the George Mason Law Review, recently received the second-place award in the Association of Securities and Exchange Commission Alumni's Writing Competition. The award was based on her student Note, The Janus-Faced Supreme Court: The Decision in Janus Capital Group and Implications of the Court’s Third Look at [...]
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Congratulations to Chelsea Sizemore, George Mason Law Review’s 2011-2012 Senior Notes Editor, whose Enforcing Islamic Mahr Agreements: The American Judge’s Interpretational Dilemma, 18 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 1085 (2011), was extensively quoted and relied upon in a recent case. In Soleimani v. Soleimani (Kan. Dist. Ct., Johnson Cty., No. [...]
Candidate Member Martin Desjardins is this year’s winner of the Arthur E. Schmalz Award for the best write-on competition entry. Martin’s paper earned the highest marks from our Notes Editors out of all of this year’s write-on entries. Congratulations, Martin!
Please join us in congratulating the newest Candidate Members of the George Mason Law Review: William Bang Sean Batson Scott Brooks Catherine Burke Michelle Caton Martin Desjardins Lauren Fredericksen Timothy Geverd Joseph Guyton Erin Hoffert Jeffrey Jennings Monica Judkins Emily Kornfeld Jared McClain James McMahon Alexa [...]
Sean Clerget is the recipient of a 2012 Distinguished Writing Award from the Burton Foundation for his student comment, Timing is of the Essence: Reviving the Neutral Law of General Applicability Standard and Applying it to Restrictions Against Religious Face Coverings Worn While Testifying in Court. The Burton Awards is national program in [...]
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Thursday, March 22, 2012 8:15am – 3:45 pm Founders Hall George Mason University School of Law 3301 Fairfax Drive Arlington, Virginia Register Here by March 15! CLE Credits Available You Are Invited! Institute for Justice & George Mason Law Review's Judicial Engagement & the Role of Judges in [...]
Congratulations to the 2012-2013 George Mason Law Review Board of Editors! Editor-in-Chief: Matthew Bowles Executive Editor: Michael Mortorano Managing Editor: Abby Uzupis Production Editor: Andrew Alder Symposium Editor: Melinda Meade Senior Articles Editor: Cynthia Thaxton Articles Editor: Tim Fox Articles Editor: Lauren Hahn Articles [...]
The George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in the Law Review: Raven Merlau, The State Giveth and the State Taketh: Constitutional Pension Protections and the Retroactive Removal of Public Pension Tax Exemptions (Adrian S. Fisher Award, Best Student Note or [...]
The George Mason Law Review, in partnership with the George Mason Law and Economics Center and sponsor Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, invites you to attend its 15th Annual Symposium on Antitrust Law on Thursday, January 26, 2012. The event will take place between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. in Founders Hall on the Arlington Campus of George [...]
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Candidate Member Michael Mortorano is this year's winner of the Arthur E. Schmalz Award for the best write-on competition entry. Michael's paper earned the highest marks from our Notes Editors out of all of this year's write-on entries. Congratulations, Mike! Candidate Member Chelsea Sizemore is this year’s winner of the Arthur E. [...]
Please join us in congratulating the newest Candidate Members of the George Mason Law Review: Andrew Alder Thomas Baker III Daniel Bram Matthew Bowles Matthew J. Brown Sarah Collins Patrick Curran Muhammad Elsayed Timothy Fox Lisa Goldstein Lauren Hahn Tashina Harris Valerie Hill Daniel Hoffman Robert Hopkins Jack Jerrett Matt [...]
Peter Cockrell is the recipient of a 2011 Distinguished Writing Award from the Burton Foundation for his student comment, Subprime Solutions to the Housing Crisis: Constitutional Problems with the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009. Founded in 1999, the Burton Awards program is run in association with the Library of Congress and its Law [...]
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