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Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy

The Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy provides rigorous and balanced educational programs on a range of civil justice issues for the benefit of the general public and members of the US Congress and their staff. 

The Academy offers educational briefings on Capitol Hill.  Panelists at Academy events represent a balanced set of perspectives and include business leaders, lawyers, think tank experts, academics, and Members of Congress. 

 

Administrative Law and the FSOC: MetLife's Challenge of Too Big To Fail Designation from MasonLEC on Vimeo.

The Academy's latest briefing: Administrative Law and the FSOC: MetLife's Challenge of Too Big To Fail Designation

 

 

Federal Agency Sue and Settlement Practices.

 

Staff:

Keith J. Fierro, Program Assistant, CCJCA

kfierro@gmu.edu | 703.993.9964

The Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy is a program of the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law. The Academy is an independent outside entity that shares the goals of the Congressional Civil Justice Caucus, which is a Congressional Member Organization separate and distinct from the Academy. The Law & Economics Center is funded by contributions made to the George Mason University Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization.

 

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