George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School

Public Law: Economic Concepts and Cases

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  • Venue: The Greenbrier
  • Division: The Judicial Education Program

Public Law: Economic Concepts and Cases focused on the application of economic concepts to numerous areas of public law. Topics for discussion included market imperfections; taxation; risk and cost-benefit analysis; employment and labor law; crime and punishment; environmental policy; economic liberties; climate change and public nuisance; and political speech. The course format included a mixture of lectures and analysis of related cases.