The Law Review's annual Alumni Reception has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 10, 2011 at the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. We hope our local alumni and friends can make it to meet with current editors, GMU professors, and our newest class of full members.
Congratulations to the 2011-2012 George Mason Law Review Board of Editors! Editor-in-Chief: Catherine Schmierer Executive Editor: Matthew McGuire Managing Editor: Kalynn Hughes Production Editor: Mark DiGiovanni Symposium Editor: Catherine Brown Senior Articles Editor: Lora Barnhart Articles Editor: Sean Clerget Articles Editor: Angela [...]
The George Mason Law Review, together with Navigant Economics and O’Melveny & Myers LLP, presented the 14th Annual Symposium on Antitrust Law on February 9, 2011 at the Willard InterContinental in Washington, D.C. The Law Review thanks all of our speakers and participants for a successful and enjoyable event. For more information about the [...]
The George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in the Law Review: Sean Clerget - 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 (2011 [...]
SAVE THE DATE George Mason Law Review 14th Annual Symposium on Antitrust Wednesday, February 9, 2011 8:30am – 12:30pm The Willard Room The Willard InterContinental Washington 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004 The George Mason Law Review, together with Navigant Economics and O’Melveny & Myers LLP, invite [...]
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Candidate Member Chelsea Sizemore is this year’s winner of the Arthur E. Schmalz Award for the best write-on competition entry. Chelsea's paper earned the highest marks from our Notes Editors out of all of this year’s write-on entries. Congratulations, Chelsea!
Please join us in congratulating the newest candidate members of the George Mason Law Review: Lora Barnhart Paisley Bender Catherine M. Brown Erik Burggraf Robyn Burrows Joshua Chamberlain Sean Clerget Mark DiGiovanni Angela Diveley Alissa Dutrow Stephen Foster Adam C. Fowles Ashley Fry Emily Harp Kalynn Hughes Carly [...]
Congratulations to Clayton E. Cramer, Nicholas J. Johnson, and George A. Mocsary, whose essay, “This Right Is Not Allowed By Governments That Are Afraid Of The People': The Public Meaning of the Second Amendment When the Fourteenth Amendment Was Ratified,” was recently cited in the U.S. Supreme Court opinion McDonald v. City of Chicago, Ill. [...]
The 2010 Transfer Write-On Competition Packet has now ended. Write-On Competition site
The 2010 GMU 1L Write-On Competition Packet has been posted. Good luck to all competitors! Write-On Competition site
Joshua Newborn (Senior Research Editor 2009-2010) is the recipient of a 2010 Distinguished Writing Award from the Burton Foundation for his student casenote, An Analysis of Credible Threat Standing and Ex Parte Young for Second Amendment Litigation. Founded in 1999, the Burton Awards program is run in association with the Library of Congress [...]
Alyssa DaCunha (Editor-in-Chief 2009-2010) recently had her student casenote cited in a brief submitted to the Supreme Court in City of Ontario v. Quon. Alyssa's casenote, Txts R Safe 4 2Day: Quon v. Arch Wireless and the Fourth Amendment Applied to Text Messages, 17 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 295 (2009), examined both the statutory and constitutional [...]
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Congratulations to the 2010-2011 George Mason Law Review Associate Editors! Bryan Andersen Mitchell Calhoun Kieran Carter Jessica Farace
Congratulations to the 2010-2011 George Mason Law Review Board of Editors! Editor-in-Chief: Geoffrey Fehling Executive Editor: Anthony Peluso Managing Editor: Bret Lee Production Editor: Michael Manteuffel Symposium Editor: Isaac Post Senior Articles Editor: Lindsey Champlin Articles Editor: Brendan Coffman Articles Editor: Joshua [...]
Congratulations to the following ten members whose note or comment was chosen for publication in forthcoming issues of the George Mason Law Review. Peter Cockrell - Subprime Solutions to the Housing Crisis: Constitutional Problems with the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009 (2010 Adrian S. Fisher Award, Best Student Note) Lindsey [...]
The Law Review celebrated the accomplishments of its newly-minted full members and announced which student notes would be published over the course of the next year.
The George Mason Law Review is once again excited to host its annual alumni reception on January 28th, 2010, at Arent Fox LLP. The reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. We look forward to seeing all of our distinguished alumni and introducing them to the Law Review's newest candidate members. Please take a look at the invitation. Event Photos: [...]
Dean Polsby selected George Ingham (Sr. Notes Editor, 2009-2010) for the honor based upon demonstrated excellence in the study of law and promise of contributing to the thoughtful study and analysis of the law. Read the full story here. Congratulations, George!
Please join us in congratulating the newest transfer members of the George Mason Law Review: Geoffrey Fehling Michael Manteuffel
Candidate Member Anthony Peluso is this year's winner of the Arthur E. Schmalz Award for the best write-on competition entry. Anthony's paper earned the highest marks from our Notes Editors out of all of this year's write-on entries. Congratulations, Anthony!
Please join us in congratulation to the newest candidate members of the George Mason Law Review: Bryan B. Andersen Joseph Barrier Mitchell A. Bashur Aaron Brotman Edward R. Brown Mitchell Calhoun Kieran Carter Lindsey Champlin Teresa Chin Nathan Chubb Peter Cockrell Brendan Coffman Cattleya Concepcion Stephanie Cook Joshua [...]
A study in a George Mason Law Review article by David Thompson and Melinda Wachtell is featured in the National Law Journal. Visit the National Law Journal website to read the article (subscription required) or read the PDF version here. Read Thompson and Wachtell's article and full study here.