George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School (Scalia Law) is the law school of Northern Virginia and is strategically located in Arlington, Virginia, just two miles from downtown Washington, DC. Mason’s Scalia Law is a Top 50 law school, and the jewel in the university’s crown. A relatively young law school, Scalia Law is unique, accented by its steadfast commitment to a no-nonsense, interdisciplinary curriculum anchored by economic analysis.
All Scalia Law students receive an outstanding legal education (Learn) from a dedicated and distinguished faculty, all are taught to critically evaluate prevailing orthodoxy and pursue new ideas (Challenge), and, ultimately, are well prepared to distinguish themselves (Lead) in their chosen fields. Scalia Law is home to an exceptional market-oriented faculty, which places us at the center of foundational debates about liberty, private property rights, constitutionally limited government, and the economic analysis of law.