Learn. Challenge. Lead.


Introducing ten new ways students learn at George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School

Caroline Cecot

Assistant Professor of Law

AB, Harvard University
PhD & JD, Vanderbilt University

Environmental Law
Administrative Law
Law & Economics

Daniel Pi

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

BFA, New York University
JD, University of Minnesota

Feminist Legal Theory
Law & Economics
Law & Philosophy

Jennifer Mascott

Assistant Professor of Law

BS, University of Maryland
at College Park
JD, George Washington University

Administrative Law
Constitutional Law
Statutory Interpretation

Yehonatan Givati

Associate Professor of Law

Hebrew University
Harvard University

Tax Law
Law & Economics
Law Enforcement

Megan Stevenson

Assistant Professor of Law

BA & PhD
University of California, Berkeley

Law & Economics
Econometric Analysis of
Criminal Law & Policy

Jordan Neyland

Assistant Professor of Law

BA, University of Texas
MS & PhD, University of Arizona
JD, University of Houston

Mergers & Acquisitions
Finance & Corporate Finance
Executive Compensation

Kevin Douglas

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

BA & MBA, Florida A&M University
JD, Stanford University

Business Organizations
Securities Regulation

Jennifer Atkins

Director, Second Year Legal Research Writing & Analysis Program

BA, Colorado College
MPP, Rutgers University
JD, George Mason University

Intellectual Property Law

Paolo Saguato

Assistant Professor of Law

BA, JD & PhD
University of Genoa
LLM, Yale University

Financial Institutions & Regulation
Securities & Derivatives Regulation

Amanda Compton

Director, Bar Support

BA, Bennett College for Women
JD, Howard University
LLM, American University

Trademark &
Copyright Law


George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School exploring ways to challenge students.

Diversity & Inclusion Certificate Program

  1. An Introduction to Diversity & Inclusion: Terms, Foundational Concepts, & Market Significance
  2. Legal vs. Aspirational Considerations
  3. Realizing & Overcoming Unconscious Bias
  4. Effective Outreach/Hiring/Retention Strategies to Build a Diverse & Inclusive Workforce
  5. Establishing Cultural Competencies in a Global Marketplace
  6. Effective Management Tools to Advance Diversity & Inclusion

Students accept the challenge presented by the new program. After the first session, 2L Kayla Robinson observed that “being a leader in today’s workforce means celebrating diversity and appreciating the creative and innovative value of a diverse and inclusive workplace.”

First Featured Guest Speaker: Kelly McNamara Corley

Ms. McNamara Corley has served as executive vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Discover Financial Services since 2008. Equal Justice Works named Ms. McNamara Corley the 2016 Scales of Justice Honoree. In 2016, Discover received the Association of Corporate Counsel’s diversity award for its outstanding commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.


George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School connects with scholars throughout the country to lead the way in legal research and policy.

Research Sponsored by Scalia Law Centers & Institutes
87 Scholars 
77 Institutions

Subject Matter Experts Hosted at Scalia Law Symposia, Conferences & Roundtables
332 Scholars 
193 Institutions