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  1. At Scalia Law, we believe in exposing you to all viewpoints along the legal and political spectrum and encouraging you to join the debate in a civilized and respectful way. You’ll learn to do this in a small and collegial community at our campus in the heart of Arlington, Virginia, a vibrant yet relaxed town that’s just a short Metro ride ...

  2. Jan 01, 2011 · He is the author of over 25 books, the best-known of which are Garner’s Modern English Usage (4th ed. 2016) and Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts (2012—coauthored with Justice Antonin Scalia), as well as four unabridged editions of Black’s Law Dictionary.

  3. The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, formerly known as the Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Blog, is one of the most widely read law websites in the country. The Harvard Law Bulletin is the magazine of record for Harvard Law School. The Harvard Law Bulletin was first published in April 1948. The ...

  4. The George Mason School of Law offers day and evening programs for J.D. candidates, as well as one joint degree program, a J.D./Master of Public Policy. Law students can pursue curricular ...

  5. The law school's faculty has included the 44th U.S. President Barack Obama, Supreme Court justices Antonin Scalia, John Paul Stevens and Elena Kagan, leaders of the legal realism movement Karl Llewellyn and Herman Oliphant, tax law doyen Walter J. Blum, leading constitutional law scholars Harry Kalven and Michael W. McConnell, founder of the ...

  6. Nov 07, 2022 · Case Law Access Project (Harvard Law) Provides access to all U.S. official published case law from 1658 to June 2018. FindLaw for Legal Professionals (Thomson Reuters) Includes case law, case summaries, statutes, legal search engine, legal news, RSS court updates, and practice information.

  7. Antonin Scalia, (born March 11, 1936, Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.—died February 13, 2016, Shafter, Texas), associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 to 2016, well known for his strong legal conservatism. He was the first Supreme Court justice of Italian ancestry. Scalia’s father, a Sicilian immigrant, taught Romance languages at Brooklyn College, and his Italian ...

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