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Todd Zywicki of George Mason University Law School reviews the history of consumer credit regulation and places the CFPB in that history in this comprehensive working paper.
She is a 1977, magna cum laude, graduate of George Mason University Law School and a graduate of the University of Maryland.
Eisenach, a Managing Director at Navigant Economics LLC and an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University Law School, and Hal J.
In his classic 1966 book Insider Trading and the Stock Market, Henry Manne of George Mason University Law School demonstrated that inside information makes stock markets more efficient.
In an otherwise urbane, "on the one hand, on the other hand"-style article by George Mason University Law School Professor Nelson Lund criticizing Ashcroft,1 one chilling paragraph stands out:
Plaintiff Julie Ann Clark, a 1993 George Mason University Law School graduate, now works for a mental health advocacy organization in Washington, D.
Wright, an assistant professor at George Mason University Law School.
He has taught as an adjunct professor at George Mason University Law School, Georgetown University Law Center, and the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business.