George Mason Law and Economics Center

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The George Mason Law and Economics Center describes itself as providing educational programs for judges.

It is one of "Two organizations that have provided free trips to hundreds of federal judges", and which "received large contributions from tobacco, oil and other corporate interests"[1]

Its Executive Director is Francis H. Buckley.

Funders have included the Randolph Foundation.

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  1. Eric M. Weiss (2006). Firms Donated to Groups That Gave Judges Free Trips. Washington Post. Retrieved on 2009-09-21.

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