Volume 23:2 now online!

The law review is excited to share that our latest issue featuring articles from the Kelo v. City of New London Symposium is now available online!

Kelo v. City of New London: A Mini-Symposium

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Congratulations to Members Selected for Publication!

The editorial board is excited the share the members selected for publication next year in the 2016-2017 Volume 24 of the George Mason Law Review.

The names are presented in alphabetical order. The actual order of selection will be revealed shortly.

Sara Almousa, Friends With Benefits? Clarifying the Role Relationships Play in Satisfying the Personal Benefit Requirement Under Tipper-Tippee Liability

Danielle Barondess, ADApting Policies and Practices: Title II’s ‘Reasonable Modifications’ Provision as Applied to Law Enforcement Encounters with Persons with Disabilities

Tiffany Bates, Neither Fish Nor Fowl: A Recent Problem Caused by the Inspector General’s Lack of a Clear Constitutional Home and a Judicial Solution

Christopher Deist, Taking a Stand: Addressing the Issue of Article III Standing Against The NSA MetaData Collection Program Following Obama v. Klayman

David Grossman, Blaming the Victim: How FTC Data Security Enforcement Actions Make Companies and Consumers More Vulnerable to Hackers

Stacey Harlow, Using “SOX” to Prevent Federal Courts’ Cold Feet about Dodd-Frank’s Whistleblower Provisions

Camilla Hundley, A National Goal: How Courts Can Rehabilitate Congress’s Intent After Historic Boardwalk Hall

Todd Kelly, Sharing is Caring: Protecting the Ability of Qui Tam Relators and the Government to Share Information Under the False Claims Act

Kyle Simpson, Proving the “Grave Risk of Harm” Defense in the Hague International Child Abduction Convention: Why Lowering the Evidentiary Burden Protects Victims of Domestic Violence and Ensures the Convention’s Purpose is Achieved

Timothy Snyder, You’re Fired! A Case for Agency Moderation of Machine Data in the Employment Context

Great Job to all!