Forthcoming

Spring Issue- Volume 22:3

Essay

  • Michael S. Greve & Ashley C. Parrish, Administrative Law Without Congress: Of Rewrites, Shell Games, and Big Waivers, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)

 Articles

  • David E. Bernstein, What To Do About Federal Agency Science: Some Doubts about Regulatory Daubert, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • Caroline Cecot & W. Kip Viscusi, Judicial Review of Agency Benefit-Cost Analysis, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • C. Boyden Gray, The Nondelegation Canon’s Neglected History and Underestimated Legacy, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • Sanne H. Knudsen & Amy J. Wildermuth, Lessons from the Lost History of Seminole Rock, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • Kevin M. Stack, The Interpretive Dimension of Seminole Rock, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)

Comments

  • Claire E. Bourque, Liability Only, Please- Hold the Damages: The Supreme Court’s New Order for Class Certification, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • David M. Moon, Social Security Disability Determinations in Litigation: Unreliable or Underused?, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)
  • Alex B. Heller, Corporate Death Penalty: Prosecutorial Discretion and the Indictment of SAC Capital, 22 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (Spring Issue 2015)

 

Symposium Issue- Volume 22:5

In anticipation of our 18th Annual Antitrust Symposium entitled Perspectives on Global Competition Law, the George Mason Law Review is proud to announce a special early online release of one of the forthcoming articles in our 2015 Antitrust Symposium Issue. The article is co-authored by Yong Huang, Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang, and Roger Xin Zhang, and discusses the essential facilities doctrine and its use in Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law. Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang will also be a panelist at our global antitrust symposium. Read the article here!

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