About the George Mason Law Review

The George Mason Law Review (“GMLR”) operates as a traditional law review at Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. GMLR publishes pieces by judges, law professors, practitioners, and law students in four print issues annually, and, as of 2020, on the online GMLR Forum.

GMLR is run entirely by law students—students are responsible for all editorial and organizational decisions—with the goal of advancing the study and development of law, guided by our core principles of knowledge and truth.