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Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Candidate Members of the George Mason Law Review

July 14, 2017 Please join us in welcoming the newest candidate members of the George Mason Law Review:  

Professor Michael Greve Offers a Few More Thoughts About the Administrative State

May 7, 2017 Professor Michael S. Greve has offered further musings on the rise of the administrative state both in the United States and in Europe as discussed in George Mason Law Review’s issue 24:2. For more, check out Professor Greve’s blog post, Administrative Law, in Full View and Flux, and George Mason Law Review’s issue … Continue reading “Professor Michael Greve Offers a Few More Thoughts About the Administrative State”

Volume 24:2 Now Available Online

Volume 24:2- Winter issue featuring articles from the Eighth Annual Transatlantic Law Forum, hosted by the Law & Economics Center at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, is now online!

Congratulations to the New 2017-2018 Board of Editors!

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

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