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Mason law adds Judge Ginsburg

GMUThe George Mason University law school has hired federal appeals court senior Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Prof. Damien Geradin as full-time members of its faculty.

Ginsburg has taught at both Harvard law and the New York University law school. He continues to serve as senior circuit judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. He was appointed to the Court in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan, serving as chief judge from 2001 to 2008.  Ginsburg is a leading authority on competition law and policy, administrative law, and law and economics, according to a GMU release.

Geradin was previously a member of the University of Michigan law faculty and has experience in EU competition law, intellectual property, and the regulation of network industries. He has advised businesses, governments, and regulatory agencies on issues impacting various industries, including media, energy and transport, according to the release.

“Both are remarkably accomplished, internationally visible, and experienced scholars and teachers of antitrust law,” said GMU law Dean Daniel Polsby.

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