George Mason Law Review is excited to share that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas cited The Jurisprudence of the Second and Fourteenth Amendments in his dissent from the denial of certiorari in Rogers v. Grewal. This article appeared in Volume 4, Issue 1 of the George Mason University Law Review – published back in the Spring … Continue reading “GMLR Cited by Justice Thomas in Rogers Dissent”
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Please join GMLR in congratulating MJ Egan on receiving the Burton Awards’ “Distinguished Legal Writing” Award. The Burton Awards select pieces that “demonstrated creativity, knowledge, and know-how” in legal writing. Her comment was one of 15 law student pieces selected for this great honor. MJ is an associate editor of the George Mason Law Review. … Continue reading “Student Comment Receives Burton Award”
Congratulations to MJ Egan for winning the 2019 Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing from the Judge John R. Brown Scholarship Foundation. The Brown Award recognizes “excellence in legal writing in American law schools.” A panel consisting of a law school dean, a federal judge, and a law school professor selected her student comment, … Continue reading “Student Comment Receives Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing”
Please join the George Mason Law Review in congratulating the following students whose student pieces will be published in Volume 28! Cody Ray Milner, Into the Multiverse: Replacing the Intelligible Principle With A Modern Multi-Theory of Nondelegation (2020 Winner of Adrian S. Fisher Award for Top Student Comment) Harry Arnold, When Your Blackjack Dealer Takes a … Continue reading “Congratulations to the Members Selected for Publication in Volume 28”