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About the Law Review

The George Mason Law Review operates as a traditional, student-edited law review at Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. The Law Review succeeds both the George Mason Independent Law Review and the George Mason University Law Review, which merged in Fall 1995, pursuant to an agreement with the dean of the law school. The merger returns the school to the situation preceding Fall 1992, when the administration and students established two law reviews: the George Mason University Law Review, which published articles written by students of the law school; and the George Mason Independent Law Review, which maintained a traditional law review format by publishing both professional and student works.


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