Scalia Law School is partnering with American Legion Post 139 to provide legal advice to veterans
Post 139 will also partner with the George Mason Law School to hire two on-site attorneys who can provide legal advice to veterans.
www.politico.com, July 15
Francis H. Buckley, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law
Criminal laws are supposed to deter criminal behavior. But that only works when the criminal gets caught and punished, and when people are permitted to hide their identities behind a mask, as antifa thugs are, no one gets caught.
nypost.com, July 9
Eugene Kontorovich, Professor of Law
“Enforcing ideological neutrality would itself raise First Amendment questions,”
www.newyorker.com, July 9
Ilya Somin, Professor of Law
ObamaCare will be back in court on Tuesday in a closely watched case hanging over the health care system.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans will hear arguments in a lawsuit backed by the Trump administration seeking to overturn the entire 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA).
thehill.com, July 9
Nelson Lund, University Professor
“I think it is very important to preserve the Second Amendment, as well as many other American rights that are unpopular with those who hope for an internationalization of constitutional law.”
precedens.mandiner.hu, July 8
Thomas P. Vartanian, Professor of Law and Founder and Executive Director, Financial Regulation & Technology Institute
“Facebook’s entrance into cryptocurrency through Libra raises the question of what’s all this crypto stuff really mean? As showcased in our May 16 public policy conference, Scalia Law School’s Program on Financial Regulation & Technology is considering these questions and what they mean for financial services companies and regulation. Here’s my take on the Facebook move. “
www.americanbanker.com, July 2
Jamil N. Jaffer, Founder & Executive Director, National Security Institute; Director, National Security Law & Policy Program
The government can wield its authority to cut off Huawei’s American suppliers “as a cudgel or a scalpel” — and urged “using the scalpel approach.”
www.bloomberg.com, July 1
Ilya Somin, Professor of Law
“So far, there’s not a lot in the way of surprises with Kavanaugh. If he has been affected what happened in the confirmation hearings, it’s very difficult to assess that effect,”
www.reuters.com, July 1
www.nytimes.com, July 1
J.W. Verret, Associate Professor of Law
The conservative justices “won’t feel any loyalty to Trump, but will instead support strong separation of powers” as delineated in the U.S. Constitution assigning specific roles to the government’s executive, legislative and judicial branches.
www.reuters.com, June 20
Todd J. Zywicki, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law
He characterized Warren’s political philosophy as similar to that of Louis Brandeis, the early-twentieth-century Supreme Court Justice and leader of the Progressive movement, who challenged corporate monopolies and fought for labor rights.
www.newyorker.com, June 17