Faculty in the News


2014 News Items

U.S. News & World Report . September 30, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about California’s new law designed to address sexual assault on college campuses. More


MSNBC . September 29, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about the next selection for attorney general. More


The Washington Times . September 28, 2014
Jonathan Turley is mentioned as a good fit to serve as a special prosecutor for the Department of Justice under the new attorney general. More


The Wall Street Journal . September 28, 2014
Alan Morrison is quoted about an appeals court case that challenges bans on campaign contributions by individual and corporate contractors. More


The Hill . September 26, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about use-of-force resolutions usurping the power of Congress to declare war. More


Newsweek . September 26, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the law enforcement implications of Apple’s upgraded encryption on iOS 8. More


The Washington Post . September 25, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about new smartphone encryption by Apple and Google that makes the devices inaccessible to law enforcement. More


The Washington Examiner . September 25, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about the decreasing use of the word “Redskins” in professional football broadcasts. More


CBS Radio . September 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about Eric Holder’s legacy following his resignation as U.S. Attorney General. More


CNBC . September 25, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about Warren Buffet’s tendencies when betting on big stocks. More


Voice of America . September 25, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about the legacy of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. More


USA Today . September 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about the resignation and legacy of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. More


MSNBC . September 24, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about President Obama’s legal basis for airstrikes in Syria. More


The Washington Post . September 24, 2014
John Banzhaf is profiled for his legal efforts against the team name of the Washington Redskins. More


The Wall Street Journal . September 22, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about new levels of smartphone encryption by Apple and Google. More


Reuters . September 22, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about a case seeking to hold a bank liable for handling transactions linked to a terrorist group. More


The Atlantic . September 22, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about constitutional arguments in the D.C. statehood debate. More


The New York Times . September 21, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about a child pornography case that relied on military involvement to gather evidence. More


The Globe and Mail . September 20, 2014
Naomi Cahn is quoted from her book Marriage Markets: How Inequality is Remaking the American Family. More


Bloomberg . September 19, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about separating swaps units from banking operations. More


Delaware Online . September 19, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is mentioned for his new book about Warren Buffett and corporate culture. More


Al Jazeera . September 18, 2014
Steven Schooner is interviewed about the use of private military contractors in Iraq. More


Bloomberg . September 17, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about Citigroup's growing involvement in derivatives trading. More


The Washington Times . September 17, 2014
Laura Dickinson is quoted about the State Department’s dependence on military contractors. More


Bloomberg Radio . September 17, 2014
Michael Selmi discusses the legal implications of Walmart’s new dress code. More


Delaware Online . September 14, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham explains how the Baltimore Ravens and other U.S. businesses can fire employees for misconduct. More


Fox News Channel . September 13, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentioned for petitioning the FCC to ban the term “Redskins” in public broadcasts. More


Yahoo News . September 12, 2014
Naomi Cahn is quoted about when parents are liable for crimes committed by their children. More


U.S. News & World Report . September 11, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the executive branch conducting sustained military operations in Iraq and Syria. More


Foreign Policy . September 10, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about President Obama not seeking congressional approval for military engagements in Iraq. More


NBC News . September 10, 2014
Joan Meier is quoted about the media’s treatment of the Ray Rice domestic abuse story. More


WTOP . September 10, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentioned for his challenge to the broadcast licenses of radio stations owned by the Washington Redskins. More


The Wall Street Journal . September 10, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentioned for his petition urging the FCC to not renew the broadcast license of the Washington Redskins’ flagship local radio station. More


The Times-Picayune . September 06, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about how the corruption trial of former Congressman William Jefferson contributed to the conviction of former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell. More


The Washington Post . September 05, 2014
Cynthia Lee is quoted about the origins of the “gay panic” defense. More


Bloomberg . September 04, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about potential lawsuits against McGraw Hill's credit-rating business. More


Reuters . September 04, 2014
Michael Selmi is quoted about the U.S. Department of Justice civil investigation into the police department of Ferguson, Missouri. More


National Journal . September 04, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about a potential U.S. Supreme Court case on whether or not inmates can keep beards on religious grounds. More


Roll Call . September 04, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the petition he filed with the FCC opposing the renewal of radio station licenses owned by the Washington Redskins. More


Politico . September 04, 2014
Michael Selmi writes about the U.S. Department of Justice’s record on civil rights under President Obama. More


The Washington Examiner . September 03, 2014
John Banzhaf is profiled for a petition he filed with the FCC challenging the license of a radio station owned by the Washington Redskins. More


The New Republic . September 02, 2014
Joan Meier is quoted about the NFL’s new domestic violence rules. More


The New York Times . September 02, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about a potential U.S. Supreme Court case considering whether prison officials may prohibit Muslim inmates from growing the beards required by their faiths. More


MSNBC . August 29, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentiond for his potential challenges to radio station licenses held by Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins. More


The Hill . August 29, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about President Obama’s use of executive power. More


WTOP . August 28, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about his potential challenge to radio station licenses held by the owner of the Washington Redskins. More


Washington Business Journal . August 28, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentioned for his potential legal challenges to radio station licenses held by Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins. More


Bloomberg . August 28, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about changes imposed by U.S. regulators on the credit-rating industry. More


Time . August 28, 2014
Joan Meier is quoted about the NFL instituting harsher penalties for domestic abuse. More


National Journal . August 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about how a conservative judge would rule on John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama. More


Bloomberg Radio . August 25, 2014
Michael Selmi is interviewed about a lawsuit against Orion Energy Systems over its company wellness program. More


The Wall Street Journal . August 24, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about how Geico fits into Berkshire Hathaway’s corporate culture. More


The Philadelphia Inquirer . August 23, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about the case of a Philadelphia police officer accused of sexually assaulting three women. More


Bloomberg . August 22, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about financial reporting mistakes at Berkshire Hathaway. More


WTTG-Fox 5 . August 22, 2014
Alan Morrison is interviewed about a U.S. Supreme Court stay on Virginia's same-sex marriage ruling. More


The Wall Street Journal . August 22, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about potential U.S. attacks against ISIS in Syria. More


C-SPAN . August 21, 2014
Robin Juni is interviewed about the Clean Air Act. More


Los Angeles Times . August 21, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about patterns of emergency department healthcare use. More


CNBC . August 21, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is interviewed about the U.S. Department of Justice’s settlement with Bank of America. More


USA Today . August 20, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about citizens' rights during police encounters. More


National Law Journal . August 20, 2014
Alan Morrison writes an op-ed about same-sex marriage addressed to the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Hill . August 19, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about whether President Obama’s letters to Congress trigger the War Powers Resolution clock. More


USA Today . August 19, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about the indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry. More


CNBC . August 19, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the costs of obesity. More


Salon . August 18, 2014
Jonathan Siegel writes about how a future president could interpret the Affordable Care Act in a way that would destroy it. More


Fox News . August 18, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about alleged executive overreach by President Obama. More


Houston Chronicle . August 16, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the laws used to indict Texas Governor Rick Perry. More


Bloomberg . August 15, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is interviewed about the future leadership of Berkshire Hathaway. More


USA Today . August 14, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about Berkshire Hathaway class-A stock topping $200,000 per share. More


Newsweek . August 14, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the role of the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice. More


ABC News . August 13, 2014
Alan Morrison is interviewed about a Virginia same-sex marriage ruling. More


The Hill . August 12, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted about the legality of American air strikes in Iraq. More


CBS News . August 12, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about whether or not Facebook can challenge government access to user records. More


The Huffington Post . August 11, 2014
David Fontana writes about nominations of liberal candidates to the federal judiciary. More


The Associated Press . August 10, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about a proposed sexual assault law in California. More


The Hill . August 07, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about impeachment talk by Democrats in Congress. More


Forbes . August 06, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about reforms to a U.S. hacking law named for deceased internet activist Aaron Swartz. More


U.S. News & World Report . August 05, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about possible repercussions stemming from President Obama’s declaration that the U.S. tortured prisoners. More


Businessweek . August 05, 2014
Donald Clarke is quoted about the house arrest of Zhou Yongkang, a former Chinese government security official. More


Fox Business . August 05, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is interviewed on the future of Berkshire Hathaway. More


NPR . August 05, 2014
Jonathan Turley and Jeffrey Rosen are interviewed about President Obama’s use of executive orders. More


Arkansas Business . August 04, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about an FDIC lawsuit against accounting firm BKD LLP. More


NPR . August 04, 2014
Naomi Cahn is interviewed about marriage and income inequality. More


The Hill . August 03, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about a lawsuit between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice over legal protections for emails and documents stored in data centers abroad. More


Bloomberg . August 03, 2014
Donald Clarke is quoted about the trial of Zhou Yongkang, the former Chinese internal security official whose investigation for corruption was made public last week. More


The Boston Herald . August 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the GOP lawsuit against President Obama. More


The Washington Post . August 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes on myths about impeachment. More


U.S. News & World Report . August 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley is mentioned for his support of the potential Republican lawsuit against President Barack Obama for executive overreach. More


Chicago Sun-Times . August 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted for his Congressional testimony about executive overreach. More


ABC News . July 31, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the Republican lawsuit against President Obama. More


The Washington Post . July 31, 2014
Jonathan Turley is mentioned for his testimony about executive overreach before the House Rules Committee. More


The Washington Examiner . July 31, 2014
John Banzhaf is mentioned for his article about investigating reports of sex crimes on college campuses. More


The Atlantic . July 30, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about religious liberty claims by Satanists following the U.S. Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling. More


Kaiser Health News . July 30, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about California’s progress in enrolling people who previously did not have health insurance. More


The Washington Post . July 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about potential New York City legislation regulating costumed characters in Times Square. More


NPR . July 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about a ruling against D.C.’s handgun law that bans public carrying of handguns. More


WTOP . July 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about a ruling against D.C.’s handgun law that bans public carrying of handguns. More


USA Today . July 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about accusations of politics in recent Affordable Care Act rulings. More


The Washington Post . July 30, 2014
John Whealan is quoted about the increasing emphasis on patent law for companies. More


The New York Times . July 27, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about law enforcement access to digital evidence located domestically and abroad. More


The New York Times . July 26, 2014
Naomi Cahn's book Marriage Markets is profiled. More


The Washington Post . July 25, 2014
Alan Morrison is quoted about a settlement related to a Johns Hopkins gynecologist who secretly recorded women in the examining room. More


Fox . July 25, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a botched execution in Arizona. More


The Chicago Tribune . July 23, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about the circuit split over the Affordable Care Act between two federal appellate courts. More


NPR . July 23, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about dueling federal court rulings on the Affordable Care Act. More


The Washington Times . July 23, 2014
Robert Cottrol is quoted about prosecutions of gun laws by the Obama administration. More


CBS Radio . July 22, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the $23 billion verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. More


Fox News . July 22, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruling on the Affordable Care Act. More


NPR . July 21, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about ongoing implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act. More


The Baltimore Sun . July 21, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about overreach of executive authority. More


Time . July 21, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about the amount of punitive damages that R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company owes to a Florida widow. More


Business Insider . July 21, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about the significance of the decision to award punitive damages to a Florida widow. More


NPR . July 21, 2014
Richard Pierce is interviewed about whether the comments made to the FTC about net neutrality will make a difference. More


Agence France-Presse . July 21, 2014
Edward Swaine is interviewed about a man who claimed “unwanted” land between Egypt and Sudan by planting a flag. More


WSB-AM, Atlanta . July 19, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. More


Los Angeles Times . July 19, 2014
Robert Tuttle and Ira Lupu are quoted about the work of the Becket Fund for Relgious Liberty, the small law firm that argued the Hobby Lobby case before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The New York Times . July 18, 2014
Alan Morrison is quoted about the class-action lawsuit of former NFL players against the league for brain injuries sustained while playing. More


WTOP . July 18, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about keeping teens safe behind the wheel. More


The Washington Times . July 16, 2014
Naomi Cahn is interviewed about what should happen to online accounts when a person dies. More


WUSA 9 . July 15, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about a federal judge banning the word “Redskins” from his courtroom. More


American Banker . July 15, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about Citi’s $7 billion mortgage settlement. More


Vox . July 14, 2014
Jonathan Siegel is quoted about John Boehner’s lawsuit against the Obama administration and how some constitutional violations are not justiciable. More


Financial Times' Global Risk Regulator . July 11, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth comments on who is best situated to assume the risks of banks' debt for this cover story about the effort to end the notion of "too big to fail." More


CNBC . July 11, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham, author of the forthcoming "Beyond Buffett," expands on recent Berkshire Hathaway investments in energy companies. More


CNN . July 11, 2014
Jonathan Turley is mentioned for his testimony about President Obama’s executive overreach. More


Politico . July 11, 2014
Jonathan Turley is mentioned as a witness in the possible lawsuit to be brought against President Obama by Republicans. More


The Wall Street Journal . July 09, 2014
Jeffrey Manns comments on a leadership change at McGraw Hill, parent company of embattled rating agency Standard & Poor's. More


USA Today . July 09, 2014
Jonathan Turley explains his belief that President Obama has operated outside of his presidential powers. More


WTTG . July 09, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a congressional survey on what colleges are doing about sexual violence. More


Jotwell . July 08, 2014
Neil H. Buchanan pens the essay, "Thomas Piketty's Book is Masterful and Important, But Ultimately a Sideshow." More


Fiscal Times . July 07, 2014
Jonathan Turley's LA Times op-ed is quoted in this article on Halbig vs. Burwell, a case challenging ACA subsidies. More


St. Louis Post-Dispatch . July 07, 2014
John F. Banzhaf III on colleges reporting and prosecuting sexual assault allegations. More


USA Today . July 07, 2014
Jonathan Turley pens the op-ed, "Fighting Pot with Water." More


Roll Call . July 07, 2014
Jonathan Turley analyzes the issues and strategies behind a potential lawsuit by U.S. Congress members against President Obama over the Affordable Care Act. More


Forbes . July 07, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about his thoughts on how Halbig v. Burwell might be decided. More


NY Daily News . July 06, 2014
Jonathan Turley pens the editorial, "Obama's Irresponsible Taunt: President Increasingly Willing to Go at It Alone." More


The Roanoke Times . July 05, 2014
Robert Tuttle on the history and policy behind property disputes when a congregation leaves a larger church body. More


US News & World Report . July 03, 2014
Orin Kerr on how the recently decided Riley v. California may or may not affect legal challenges to NSA data collection. More


Politico . July 03, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum on legal challenges to contraceptive coverage post-Holly Lobby. More


Washington Examiner . July 02, 2014
Alan Morrison comments on the importance of unanimous and split decisions at the Supreme Court. More


CNN . July 02, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision.More


Pew Research Center . July 02, 2014
Robert Tuttle is interviewed about the impact of the Hobby Lobby ruling. More


Philadelphia Daily News . July 01, 2014
Alan Morrison comments on the Supreme Court's recent rulings about corporations and their rights. More


Politico . July 01, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is part of the feature, "How the Supreme Court Changed America This Year: Nineteen Legal Thinkers Run Down the Court's Most Important Decisions." More


The Huffington Post . July 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the increasing autonomy of federal departments and agencies.More


San Jose Mercury News . July 01, 2014
Daniel Solove is quoted about privacy concerns related to Facebook’s controversial study of users’ emotions.More


The Washington Post . July 01, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about how LGBT workers may feel the impact of the Hobby Lobby ruling. More


The Washington Post . July 01, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted on how the Hobby Lobby ruling will impact pending contraception mandate challenges by religious nonprofits. More


NPR . June 30, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the final Supreme Court rulings of the term. More


Los Angeles Times . June 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about a fundamental challenge to the Affordable Care Act pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. More


The Washington Post . June 30, 2014
Robert Tuttle is quoted about upcoming areas of church-state conflict. More


The Washington Examiner . June 30, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the cellphone search case decided by the Supreme Court.More


The Huffington Post . June 30, 2014
Daniel Solove writes about the privacy implications of Facebook’s psychological experiment.More


Deseret News . June 30, 2014
Robert Tuttle is quoted about the Hobby Lobby ruling. More


Newsweek . June 29, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted on John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama use of executive powers. More


Chicago Tribune . June 29, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on cellphone searches. More


Omaha World-Herald . June 29, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted from his book about Warren Buffett. More


The Washington Post . June 27, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about Facebook turning over data on 381 users to prosecutors after the company received search warrants. More


PBS . June 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the difficulties of evaluating presidential power based on the number of executive orders. More


The Washington Post . June 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about regulation of anti-candidate movies by the Federal Election Commission. More


The Huffington Post . June 26, 2014
Joan Meier pens her first op-ed for HuffPost: "Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics." More


USA Today . June 25, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted from his recent book about Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett. More


CNN . June 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about court rulings on gay marriage in Utah and cell phone searches. More


Fox News . June 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that law enforcement needs a search warrant to search cellphones. More


MSNBC . June 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about Speaker of the House John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama over use of executive power. More


The New York Times . June 25, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that the police need warrants to search the cellphones of people they arrest. More


The Washington Post . June 25, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on cellphone searches by law enforcement. More


NPR . June 25, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about how the U.S. Supreme Court’s cellphone search ruling is an endorsement of digital privacy. More


Businessweek . June 25, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about the NFL accepting a more generous concussion settlement with former players. More


The Washington Post . June 25, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about competition in defense contracting. More


Kaiser Health News . June 24, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about a bulletin issued by the Connecticut Insurance Department that may undermine existing coverage protections for autistic children. More


Chicago Sun-Times . June 22, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about why even people who now have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act may still go to emergency rooms for non-emergency care. More


WJR-AM . June 21, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the decision to revoke the Washington Redskins’ trademark. More


The New York Times . June 21, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about cybercriminals hijacking the systems of third parties to launch attacks. More


The Washington Post . June 20, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about a shift in federal power exemplified by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rescinding trademark protections for the Washington Redskins. More


The Wall Street Journal . June 20, 2014
Naomi Cahn's book Marriage Markets is reviewed. More


WTOP . June 19, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the decision to revoke the Washington Redskins’ trademark. More


The Washington Post . June 18, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a Second Circuit ruling that adopts a Fourth Amendment right to the deletion of non-responsive computer files. More


SHF Wire . June 17, 2014
Catherine Ross is quoted about a bill that would make it illegal to advertise types of conduct that constitute sex trafficking. More


The Daily Beast . June 16, 2014
David Fontana writes about a new biography of Justice Antonin Scalia titled, Scalia: A Court of One. More


Bloomberg News . June 14, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about Warren Buffett’s leadership at Berkshire Hathaway. More


The Washington Post . June 12, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is mentioned for moderating a discussion about the legality of the Bergdahl exchange. More


Chicago Tribune . June 12, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about the exchange for Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. More


CBS Radio . June 11, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the trial of four former Blackwater security guards for killings in Iraq. More


The New York Times . June 10, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the need for Congress to update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 to account for modern issues. More


Bloomberg . June 10, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about Warren Buffett’s leadership at Berkshire Hathaway. More


The Daily Beast . June 09, 2014
David Fontana writes about Obama’s success in winning approval for his federal judicial nominees. More


Al Jazeera . June 09, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about conflicting public perceptions of Edward Snowden as whistleblower and traitor. More


The Hill . June 08, 2014
Robert Glicksman is quoted about the EPA’s new climate rules. More


The Washington Times . June 05, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about a man convicted of two murders who won a legal battle against the Justice Department by acting as his own lawyer from a federal prison cell. More


Slate . June 05, 2014
David Fontana writes about the effects that different generations of Supreme Courts have had on law students. More


Forbes | CNN | The Washington Times | C-SPAN . June 05, 2014
Jonathan Turley speaks about the release of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. More


The Huffington Post . June 04, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about university students expelled for sexual assault who use lawsuits to regain their diplomas. More


CNN . June 03, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the release of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan. More


The New York Times . June 03, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about similarities between the emerging climate change fight over power plant emissions and tobacco regulation in the 1990s. More


The Wall Street Journal . May 30, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted about how the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling in Europe could force companies like Google and Yahoo to be “censors in chief.” More


The Huffington Post . May 30, 2014
Spencer Overton writes about the White House’s “My Brother’s Keeper” task force. More


WAMU . May 30, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the effects of hospital closings on poor communities. More


SFGate . May 29, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about abuse of police disability funds. More


The Washington Post . May 28, 2014
Orin Kerr writes an answer to Justice Alito’s question: what makes an expectation of privacy “reasonable?” More


Bloomberg BNA . May 28, 2014
Roger Schechter is quoted about the differing views of Justices Breyer and Ginsburg on copyright infringement cases. More


Cox Media Group . May 27, 2014
Phyllis Goldfarb is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Florida’s IQ limit for prisoners facing the death penalty. More


The Washington Times . May 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about federal judges’ views on laws banning same-sex marriage. More


The New York Times . May 26, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about a law allowing the government to read e-mail and cloud-stored data more than six months old without a search warrant. More


The Huffington Post . May 21, 2014
Alan Morrison writes about a flaw in the Freedom of Information Act. More


Reuters | BBC News | The Wall Street Journal | NPR . May 20, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in various media outlets on the European Court of Justice’s ruling about the "right to be forgotten.” More


American Banker . May 20, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about prosecutions of banks that are “too big to jail.” More


Politico . May 16, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about a U.S. District Court judge repressing a magistrate judge’s ruling in a gag order case made as part of a “magistrates’ revolt.” More


The Chronicle of Higher Education . May 12, 2014
Naomi Cahn writes about trends in marriage and family law across different demographic groups. More


The Philadelphia Inquirer . May 12, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the enrollment system for Medicaid. More


The Huffington Post . May 12, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about computer search and seizure as the new frontier of the Fourth Amendment. More


NPR . May 12, 2014
Roger Schechter is interviewed about brand names and the English language. More


WJR-AM . May 10, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about efforts to get the Washington Redskins to change their name and the dangers of e-cigarettes. More


The Washington Post . May 09, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the reputation of lawyer Larry Klayman. More


Reuters . May 09, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the intersection of law and technology in U.S. Supreme Court Cases. More


WTOP . May 08, 2014
Mary Cheh is quoted about a ruling by the D.C. DMV’s ticketing system. More


The Wall Street Journal . May 08, 2014
Todd Peterson’s work about Congress’ inherent contempt power is referenced in an article about ways in which the House can punish former IRS official Lois Lerner for refusing to answer questions. More


The New York Times . May 07, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted about his disagreement with an argument linking the U.S. Supreme Court’s voting rights decisions with its campaign contributions decisions. More


The Washington Post . May 07, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about law professors rebelling against legal publisher AspenLaw’s new casebook policy. More


The New York Times . May 07, 2014
Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about D.C. law firm Patton Boggs settling a dispute with Chevron in a pollution case. More


USA Today . May 06, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about government contractors using race, sex, geography, business size, and disabled status to gain preferential treatment. More


Businessweek . May 05, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted on Warren Buffett’s public image as a stock picker. More


Bloomberg . May 05, 2014
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about Charles Munger’s views on activist investing. More


Washington Lawyer . May 05, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about punishments for financial services firms in the wake of the Great Recession. More


The Washington Post . May 05, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling about sectarian prayer at public meetings. More


NPR . May 05, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on prayer before public meetings. More


The Washington Post . May 05, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about finding a middle ground in the cell phone search cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The New York Times . May 02, 2014
Naomi Cahn is quoted about custody laws for sperm donors. More


The Wall Street Journal . May 02, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted on potential penalties against Bank of America for a mistake in the way it tallies its capital for regulators. More


Businessweek . May 01, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about a federal court order halting the import of Russian-made rocket engines after a complaint by SpaceX. More


The Washington Post . May 01, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about an Indiana Court of Appeals case in which officers waited outside of a house for 45 minutes after not receiving an answer at the front door. More


The Christian Science Monitor . May 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the negative possibilities of ‘stand your ground’ laws. More


NPR . April 29, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the risks of warrantless cellphone searches. More


ABC News . April 29, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about oral arguments in two cellphone search cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


American Banker . April 28, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency raising exam fees for institutions with over $40 billion in assets. More


NBC News . April 27, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the U.S. Supreme Court's acceptance of computer search and seizure cases. More


The Washington Post . April 27, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted about public perception of politics within the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The New York Times . April 27, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to take up cases about police searches of cellphones. More


CNBC . April 25, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted on a ruling that search warrants extend to overseas e-mail accounts. More


CNN . April 24, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action decision and a related debate on the case between his constitutional law students. More


Kaiser Health News . April 24, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the profitability of vaccines and orphan drugs. More


The Washington Post . April 24, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about a movement of magistrate judges denying law enforcement requests for electronic evidence. More


WUSA . April 23, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action in college admissions. More


CNN . April 23, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about an ethics complaint against U.S. Senator Harry Reid. More


WTOP . April 23, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a juice label dispute before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


Slate . April 22, 2014
Naomi Cahn writes about why it makes sense for some women to stay single mothers. More


The New Republic . April 22, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen writes about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action in college admissions. More


WJLA . April 22, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action in college admissions. More


MSNBC . April 21, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about Supreme Court retirements and public speaking engagements. More


USA Today . April 17, 2014
Naomi Cahn is quoted about the origins of states’ anti-adultery laws. More


Politico . April 15, 2014
Jonathan Siegel is quoted about radical tax protestors. More


The Washington Post . April 15, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about curricular innovation at law schools. More


Los Angeles Times . April 14, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about similarities between GM rejecting fixes for its Cobalt model and Ford not fixing issues with its Pinto model in the ‘70s. More


The New York Times . April 13, 2014
Gregory Maggs is quoted on a new course offered at GW Law about the legal implications of traumatic brain injuries. More


The Wall Street Journal . April 13, 2014
Naomi Cahn is quoted about responsibility for student loan debt after a divorce.More


BBC World Service . April 13, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the judicial ethics of shaming punishments. More


The Washington Post . April 11, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about the need for computer-specific Fourth Amendment rules in the cell phone search cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Washington Post . April 11, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit vacating convictions in United States v. Auernheimer. More


Fox News . April 11, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about new federal dietary guidelines.More


The Washington Post . April 11, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted on the federal appeals court ruling overturning the conviction of computer hacker Andrew Auernheimer. More


China Forum . April 11, 2014
Donald Clarke is interviewed about the Chinese legal system and the potential for reform. More


The Washington Post . April 10, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about merits briefs filed by respondents in the cell phone search cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Washington Post . April 09, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a magistrate judge who denied a second application for a warrant to search an e-mail account. More


The Washington Times . April 08, 2014
Steven Schooner is quoted about the effects of new social policies on the federal procurement process. More


The Washington Post . April 08, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about the discriminatory dry cleaning practices of the late 1980s. More


The Washington Post . April 06, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about whether or not travelers have a right to leave the airport security screening areas without the TSA’s permission. More


Tampa Bay Times . April 04, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about hardship exemptions from the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act. More


The Miami Herald . April 04, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about passivity by Congress and the federal judiciary while the executive branch concentrates authority. More


The Washington Post . April 04, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about community health centers competing with private primary-care expansion. More


NPR . April 03, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court striking down overall limits on campaign contributions. More


Reuters . April 03, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen writes about the campaign finance decision in the U.S. Supreme Court case McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. More


NPR . April 03, 2014
Spencer Overton is interviewed about the The National Urban League’s new “State of Black America” report. More


American Banker . April 03, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted about the significance of a ruling recommending dismissal of a civil claims case against Bank of America. More


The New York Times . April 02, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted on the Medicaid provisions of the Affordable Care Act. More


The Washington Post . April 02, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about supplemental letters filed in United States v. Auernheimer. More


NPR . April 02, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court’s campaign contributions ruling. More


The Wall Street Journal . April 01, 2014
David Fontana is quoted on Sonia Sotomayor’s prolific public appearances. More


The New York Times . March 31, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about executive power and the phrase “imperial presidency.” More


Verdict . March 31, 2014
Neil Buchanan writes about anti-intellectualism attacks on universities and colleges. More


Buzzfeed . March 30, 2014
Jessica Tillipman is quoted about allegations of corruption against Cisco’s Russian operations. More


U.S. News & World Report . March 28, 2014
Robert Tuttle is quoted on competing legal questions in the contraception cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Washington Post . March 28, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a debate on judicial activism versus judicial restraint that was hosted by the GW Law student chapter of the Federalist Society. More


The Washington Post . March 27, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the delay of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate. More


Voice of America . March 27, 2014
Sean Murphy is interviewed in Ukrainian about international law as it relates to the situation in Crimea. More


Reuters . March 26, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about S&P’s tactics related to a $5 billion U.S. ratings lawsuit. More


Bloomberg . March 26, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about a possible argument for families seeking to sue Boeing after the disappearance of Malaysian Air Flight 370. More


The Washington Post . March 25, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about efforts to prosecute executives at Toyota Motor Corp. for concealing dangerous car defects. More


Washington Examiner . March 25, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about the potential swing vote on the U.S. Supreme Court after the conclusion of oral arguments in the contraceptive mandate cases. More


The Washington Post . March 24, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a D.C. magistrate judge’s decision to deny a search warrant application on the grounds that the government did not need a warrant. More


C-SPAN . March 24, 2014
Ira Lupu discusses the facts of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, the potential outcome, and how the court’s decision could impact for-profit corporations and their employees. More


MSNBC . March 23, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the 1990s. More


Space Coast Daily . March 23, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about health insurance enrollment in different states. More


Deseret News . March 23, 2014
Robert Tuttle is quoted about the potential consequences of a ruling in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores. More


Washington Examiner . March 21, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about the contraception mandate cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


CTV News . March 21, 2014
Sean Murphy is interviewed about international law and the situation in Crimea. More


The Washington Post . March 20, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about the upcoming oral argument in United States v. Auernheimer. More


The Washington Post . March 19, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about enrollment numbers in new health plans. More


Washington Informer . March 19, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about pediatric health care policy. More


Washington Examiner . March 19, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted for his testimony before Congress about executive overreach by President Obama’s administration. More


Public Radio International . March 19, 2014
Sean Murphy is interviewed about Russia’s use of military forces to bring about a secession referendum in Crimea. More


Newsweek . March 18, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the lack of an ‘employer mandate’ in health care law cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


C-SPAN . March 17, 2014
Daniel Solove's research about data collection and privacy is referenced at a Stanford Law School forum. More


The Huffington Post . March 17, 2014
Orin Kerr is mentioned as representing convicted computer hacker Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer. More


Federal News Radio . March 17, 2014
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about a variety of procurement issues. More


Verdict . March 13, 2014
Neil Buchanan writes about the "false" choice between programs supporting the elderly and those supporting children in American budgetary politics. More


The Washington Post . March 13, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the potential for prosecution in the fight between the Senate and the CIA over the handling of classified material. More


USA Today . March 12, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes on modern threats to freedom of the press. More


USA Today . March 11, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted for his testimony before Congress about the authority of the executive branch of the federal government. More


Moyes & Company . March 11, 2014
Daniel Solove's work on surveillance is referenced in a conversation with Edward Snowden's legal advisor. More


WUSA9 . March 09, 2014
Steven Schooner participates in a roundtable discussion about the challenges facing federal procurement professionals and steps being taken to address a "brain drain" in the field. More


The Washington Post . March 08, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about confusion caused by changes to the Affordable Care Act. More


NPR . March 07, 2014
Spencer Overton is interviewed about the rejection of Obama nominee Debo Adegbile to head the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division. More


The New York Times . March 05, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the Obama administration allowing consumers to renew noncomplying health insurance policies for two more years. More


The Wall Street Journal . March 04, 2014
Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about why Ecuadorean plaintiffs are unable to collect money from Chevron Corp. despite a $9.5 billion ruling in their favor. More


The New York Times . March 04, 2014
Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about a new district court ruling that protects Chevron Corp. from Ecuadorean plaintiffs. More


The Washington Post . March 04, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about the first set of briefs filed in two U.S. Supreme Court cases concerning cell phone searches. More


PBS . March 04, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum's study on "what the Affordable Care Act means for people with jail stays" is quoted. More


The Washington Times . March 03, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed in an editorial about Congress empowering President Obama to commit executive overreach. More


USA Today . March 03, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes a column about a California court ruling that would allow schools to ban flags and other patriotic symbols on campus. More


Star Tribune . March 02, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about claims made by food manufacturers that their products are "natural." More


The Washington Post . March 01, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about the legality of filming a U.S. Supreme Court argument with a concealed camera. More


Voice of Russia . February 28, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted in an article about the way "Stand Your Ground" laws should be applied. More


The Washington Post . February 28, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a California appellate court ruling that allows drivers to look at a cell phone while operating a vehicle. More


The New York Times . February 28, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about subsidies offered for health insurance purchased outside of an exchange. More


Verdict . February 27, 2014
Neil Buchanan pens an article about the connection of economic theory to the Affordable Care Act and retirement. More


The Washington Post . February 27, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about trust and competition issues stemming from the sudden cancellation of a high-value federal contract. More


Fox News . February 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about alleged executive overreaches by President Obama. More


Fox News . February 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the testimony he gave about presidential power before a House committee. More


NPR . February 27, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about his Congressional testimony on, "Enforcing the President's Constitutional Duty to Faithfully Execute the Laws." More


The Washington Post . February 26, 2014
Orin Kerr writes his thoughts about the U.S. Supreme Court case Fernandez v. California. More


U.S. News & World Report . February 26, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about a court that is ordering Google to remove an anti-Muhammad YouTube video. More


The Associated Press . February 26, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the potential for new court challenges in cases that relied on evidence from NSA surveillance programs. More


International Business Times . February 26, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Congressional testimony alleging that President Obama has committed executive overreach. More


The Washington Post . February 26, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Congressional testimony alleging that President Obama has committed executive overreach. More


The Daily Beast . February 26, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum's study, "How Community Health Centers and Millions of Uninsured are Hurt by the Refusal to Expand Medicaid in Texas" is quoted. More


National Journal . February 26, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about customer response to lower premiums in exchange for narrow networks under the Affordable Care Act. More


Bloomberg . February 25, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about the differing interests of U.S. companies in Buy-America laws. More


NPR . February 25, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is interviewed about a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on warrantless searches. More


Fox News . February 25, 2014
Jonathan Turley comments on the attorney general's remarks about the selective defense of laws. More


Washington City Paper . February 24, 2014
David Fontana is quoted about the obstacles to securing Congressional representation for Washington, D.C. residents. More


The Atlantic . February 21, 2014
Donald Clarke is interviewed about how accurately the Netflix series House of Cards portrays U.S.-China relations. More


The New York Times . February 20, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted on whether violating an employee computer-use agreement is legally the same as hacking into a computer. More


The Huffington Post . February 20, 2014
Donald Clarke is interviewed about the depiction of China in the second season of the Netflix series House of Cards. More


The Washington Post . February 20, 2014
Mary Cheh is quoted about a new law that requires D.C. cabs to have working credit card machines. More


Chicago Tribune . February 19, 2014
Jonathan Turley writes about Justice Antonin Scalia’s declaration that Chicago-style deep dish is not real pizza, but rather tomato pie. More


WUSA 9 . February 19, 2014
Mary Cheh is quoted about her daughter being briefly “kidnapped” by a D.C. cab driver. More


WGN-AM, Chicago . February 19, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about Justice Scalia's declaration that Chicago-style deep dish is not real pizza. More


Kaiser Health News . February 18, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted on the decision of some insurers to refuse to cover medical costs related to suicide. More


The Washington Post . February 18, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision requiring a search warrant for access to a two-week span of historical cell-site information. More


Fox News . February 18, 2014
John Banzhaf debates the merits of class-action lawsuits against the food industry. More


The Washington Post . February 17, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about two new U.S. Supreme Court cases addressing when a cellphone search incident to arrest is constitutionally reasonable under the Fourth Amendment. More


The Huffington Post . February 17, 2014
David Fontana writes about the "sensible" local politics of New York's "North Country." More


Orin Kerr . February 16, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a Snowden-obtained document showing that an American law firm was monitored while representing a foreign government in trade disputes with the United States. More


Los Angeles Times . February 15, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the ambitious agenda of Attorney General Eric Holder. More


Verdict . February 13, 2014
Neil Buchanan writes about political controversy over the effects of the Affordable Care Act on jobs. More


Washington Examiner . February 13, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about a shift in government power as a result of President Obama's use of executive orders. More


Fox News . February 12, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about President Obama's executive orders. More


Bloomberg . February 11, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about a possible federal contract ban for U.S. Investigative Services. More


Miami Herald . February 11, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about managed health care programs for at-risk populations such as foster children. More


WTOP . February 11, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a threat to the NFL's tax-exempt status if the Washington Redskins do not change their team name. More


WTVN-AM . February 10, 2014
Neil Buchanan is interviewed about the current debt ceiling debate. More


The Associated Press . February 09, 2014
Robert Glicksman's 2010 study about enforcement actions under the Clean Water Act is quoted in an article about coal ash pollution in North Carolina. More


The Washington Post . February 06, 2014
Steve Schooner is quoted about the federal government’s selection of the contractor Accenture to fix the troubled HealthCare.gov website. More


The Washington Post . February 06, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a district court ruling that the Fourth Amendment does not offer protection of metadata embedded in publicly posted photos. More


The Washington Post . February 06, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the First Amendment implications of headlight flashing to warn other citizens about the violation of law. More


WTOP2 . February 06, 2014
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about President Obama’s decision to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors. More


Verdict . February 06, 2014
Neil Buchanan writes on the debt ceiling and President Obama's choices if faced with a default. More


The Washington Post . February 05, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about a federal appeals court ruling that celebrates the scope of federal conspiracy law. More


NBC News . February 05, 2014
Daniel Solove is quoted about the "nothing to hide" argument often raised in privacy debates. More


MSNBC . February 05, 2014
Spencer Overton is quoted about the effects of voting discrimination at a local level. More


MSNBC | PRLog | Al Jazeera America | The Richmond Times Dispatch . February 05, 2014
John Banzhaf weighs in on CVS' decision to remove tobacco-products from its stores and how the decision fits into the larger picture anti-smoking efforts across the country. More


Bloomberg . February 04, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about a contractor complaint questioning the objectivity of the Keystone Pipeline environmental impact analysis. More


The Wall Street Journal . February 03, 2014
Steven Schooner is quoted about the outsourcing of military tasks to private contractors in Iraq. More


The Christian Science Monitor . February 02, 2014
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article about the increased number of Americans permitted to carry concealed firearms. More


The Washington Post . February 01, 2014
Orin Kerr writes a column on oral arguments about the Lavabit case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. More


The Washington Post . February 01, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about how long the police can make a person wait for drug-sniffing dogs during a traffic stop. More


WTOP2 . January 31, 2014
Jessica Tillipman is interviewed about problems with the largest federal contractor that conducts background checks. More


The Washington Post . January 31, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted in a column about the effects of the widespread outsourcing of government work to contractors. More


ABC News . January 31, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the possibility of Amanda Knox being extradited to Italy. More


NPR . January 30, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about the past accomplishments of Representatives Henry Waxman and John Dingell in expanding Medicaid. More


The Washington Times . January 30, 2014
Robert Tuttle is quoted about a new military directive regarding discrimination based on religious beliefs. More


The Hill . January 29, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about President Obama and the definition of an imperial presidency. More


The Wall Street Journal . January 29, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about President Obama's initiative to increase the minimum wage for federal contractors. More


The Grio . January 29, 2014
Cynthia Lee is quoted about the impact of racial bias on murder cases. More


Cleveland.com . January 28, 2014
Jonathan Turley's testimony before Congress is quoted in an article about President Obama’s record before the 2014 State of the Union address. More


Businessweek . January 28, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about President Obama's new initiative to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 for future federal contractor hires. More


The Wall Street Journal . January 28, 2014
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in an article about Spanish bank Santander naming former FDIC Chairman Sheila Blair as an independent director. More


Federal News Radio . January 27, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about the potential for suspension or debarment of the government’s largest background-investigation contractor. More


The Washington Post . January 27, 2014
Orin Kerr writes a column about comments made by Justice Sonia Sotomayor while judging the Van Vleck moot court competition at GW Law. More


Huffington Post . January 27, 2014
David Fontana writes about the problems that political candidates with national ties can face when they return to their districts. More


The Huffington Post . January 27, 2014
David Fontana writes about the potential of the next congressional election in the 21st district of New York to reflect major trends in national politics. More


The Huffington Post . January 27, 2014
Spencer Overton pens an article about the State of the Union address and its significance to African-Americans. More


The Christian Science Monitor . January 26, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about President Obama’s use of executive action. More


Al Jazeera . January 24, 2014
Joan Meier is quoted about the use of Parental Alienation Syndrome to punish mothers who raise allegations of abuse in family court. More


NPR . January 24, 2014
Spencer Overton is interviewed about a new congressional proposal for the Voting Rights Act. More


The Washington Post . January 23, 2014
Orin Kerr pens "Rethinking the Privacy Laws" on how Congress should update privacy laws that regulate government access to e-mail and other internet communications in criminal investigations. More


CBS . January 23, 2014
Jonathan Turley's testimony is referenced in an article about the "Enforce the Take Care Clause Act of 2014" introduced by Congressman Jim Gerlach. More


NPR . January 22, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about surveillance by private companies and related privacy concerns. More


MSNBC . January 21, 2014
Jonathan Turley comments on a labor union case before the Supreme Court. More


The Wall Street Journal . January 21, 2014
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about the implications of an affidavit by the chairman of McGraw Hill Financial, Inc. that alleges former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner threated Standard & Poor's. More


The Washington Post . January 21, 2014
Orin Kerr writes about the oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court case Navarette v. California. More


KOA-AM . January 20, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the dangers of smoking. More


Federal News Radio . January 20, 2014
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. More


The New Republic . January 17, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen writes about President Obama’s response to the NSA surveillance scandal. More


Businessweek . January 17, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about reduced spending on federal contracting. More


MSNBC . January 17, 2014
Spencer Overton is quoted about concessions to Voter ID laws in the new Voting Rights Act bill. More


WTOP . January 17, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about reduced spending on federal contracting between 2012 and 2013. More


NPR . January 17, 2014
Naomi Cahn is interviewed about what happens to digital assets after death.. More


The New York Times . January 15, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about reduced federal contract work for private companies. More


WSB-AM . January 15, 2014
Jonathan Turley comments on a ruling against Oklahoma’s ban on gay marriage. More


Federal News Radio . January 15, 2014
Steven Schooner is interviewed about federal procurement spending trends, events, and personalities from 2013. More


National Journal . January 14, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about President Obama’s upcoming speech on changes to the NSA telephone metadata collection program. More


USA Today . January 14, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about a GW study showing that navigator laws limit health insurance exchange outreach. More


The Washington Post . January 14, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about potential changes to the NSA’s telephone metadata collection program. More


Kaiser Health News . January 14, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about coverage requirements for habilitative services under the Affordable Care Act. More


The Huffington Post . January 13, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about how a civil rights law could be used to prosecute Governor Chris Christie in the bridge scandal. More


CNN . January 13, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s abortion law. More


CBS Radio . January 13, 2014
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s abortion law. More


WJR-AM . January 11, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General’s report that warned about the dangers of smoking. More


WJR-AM . January 11, 2014
John Banzhaf is interviewed about the controversy over the Washington Redskins team name. More


Newsweek . January 10, 2014
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about the possibility for charges under federal conspiracy statutes in the Chris Christie “Bridgegate” scandal. More


Philly.com . January 10, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted about the conflicting federal court rulings on NSA telephone metadata collection. More


Newsweek . January 10, 2014
Daniel Gordon is quoted about the government's decision to not extend the contract of CGI Federal, the company in charge of creating Healthcare.gov. More


The New York Times . January 08, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the impact of the "Sister Wives" polygamy ruling in Utah. More


Kansas City Business Journal . January 08, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted about The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office refusing to register a trademark for a name containing the word "Redskins." More


The Associated Press . January 07, 2014
Orin Kerr is quoted about the relationship between Supreme Court Justices and technology. More


The Atlantic . January 07, 2014
Ira Lupu is quoted about Notre Dame’s objections to the contraceptive mandate of the Affordable Care Act. More


The Christian Science Monitor . January 07, 2014
Robert Cottrol is quoted about Chicago's ban on gun stores and private gun sales, which a federal court has ruled unconstitutional. More


WTOP2 . January 07, 2014
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about GAO’s latest bid protest report to Congress. More


The New York Times . January 06, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about a study tying diabetic crises to decreasing food budgets. More


Kaiser Health News . January 06, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about lower-income Americans expected to shift between health care exchanges and Medicaid. More


The Daily Mail . January 05, 2014
John Banzhaf is quoted on the vulnerability of companies that sell food high in fat and sugar to lawsuits. More


Los Angeles Times . January 03, 2014
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about Gerhard Becker, an architect expected to plead guilty to causing a firefighter’s death. More


Federal News Radio . January 03, 2014
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about convictions for corruption in contracting at the Navy Department. More


Verdict . January 02, 2014
Neil Buchanan pens "President Obama Should Not Put the Fed In the Middle of 2014's Debt Ceiling Madness." More


The Wall Street Journal . January 02, 2014
Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted in an article about why the United States should be lenient towards Edward Snowden. More


The New York Times . January 02, 2014
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about emergency room usage habits of the newly insured. More


MSNBC . January 02, 2014
Spencer Overton is quoted about Section 5 objections to local-level voting rights changes. More


NPR . January 02, 2014
Jeffrey Rosen comments on the delay in implementing the Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate. More


CBS News . January 01, 2014
Jonathan Turley comments on the delay of the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate. More


2013 News Items

Forbes . December 30, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about New Year's resolutions for President Obama. More


The Christian Science Monitor . December 30, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted about high-profile public appearances by Supreme Court Justices. More


Al Jazeera . December 29, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes about the dangers of compromising liberty for national security. More


WNYC-FM . December 28, 2013
Robert Brauneis is interviewed about the "Happy Birthday" song copyright. More


CNN . December 26, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on the major legal stories of 2013. More


NorthJersey.com . December 26, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes a column about why President Obama should pardon Edward Snowden. More


Los Angeles Times . December 26, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is quoted about Bank of America's losses, settlements, and other costs related to its Countrywide purchase. More


USA Today . December 26, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes a column about common holiday torts. More


Richmond Times-Dispatch . December 25, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about President Obama’s use of executive power to alter the Affordable Care Act. More


CNBC . December 24, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted about President Obama's use of executive power to extend the Affordable Care Act sign-up period. More


WTOP, Washington . December 23, 2013
John Banzhaf is interviewed about efforts to change the Washington Redskins name. More


KCBS-AM . December 23, 2013
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about working conditions in overseas plants that make clothing for the U.S. military. More


USA Today . December 19, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes a column about the reforms suggested by President Obama’s review board on the NSA phone-record surveillance program. More


Businessweek . December 19, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about a recommendation to create an adversary position to the NSA before the FISA court. More


Examiner.com . December 19, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is mentioned in an article about a free online course on health care offered by the University of Virginia. More


Newsweek . December 17, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act. More


Forbes . December 17, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about NFL players accepting negotiated settlements after concussions. More


Newsweek . December 17, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act. More


Forbes . December 17, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about NFL players accepting negotiated settlements after concussions. More


CNN | The National Law Journal | ABC | U.S. News and World Report | The New York Times . December 16, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in and appears on several media outlets to discuss the recent U.S. District Court ruling that struck down part of an anti-polygamy law in Utah as a violation of the First Amendment guarantee of free exercise of religion, as well as constitutional due process. More


The Washington Post . December 11, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about the costs of health care and emergency room myths. More


The Wall Street Journal . December 10, 2013
Steve Charnovitz pens a letter to the editor about the legality of levying a wealth tax. More


KCBS-AM . December 10, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed about what the Volcker Rule, a section of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, means for banks. More


The Washington Times . December 09, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about state resistance to the expansion of Medicaid. More


The Chicago Tribune . December 06, 2013
Charles Craver is quoted about pension threats to government workers in Illinois and Detroit. More


New Republic . December 06, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen pens an article about a new round of legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act. More


Bloomberg . December 05, 2013
Charles Craver is quoted about pension threats to government workers in Illinois and other states. More


Verdict . December 05, 2013
Neil Buchanan writes a column about the compensation system for college athletes. More


The Washington Post . December 04, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted about the legality of the warrantless collection of cellphone metadata by the National Security Agency. More


C-SPAN | The Washington Post | The Christian Science Monitor | Fox News | Washington Examiner . December 03, 2013
Jonathan Turley gives his opinion on the intersection of Presidential powers and the Constitution before the House Judiciary Committee. More


The Washington Post . December 03, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about lawsuits concerning Affordable Care Act subsidies. More


U.S. News & World Report . December 02, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the constitutional rights of Terry Jones, a pastor who intended to burn 2,998 Qurans soaked in kerosene before Florida police arrested him for illegally transporting fuel. More


The Miami Herald . December 01, 2013
Orin Kerr's blog post is referenced in an article about the Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) court’s approval of National Security Agency cellphone metadata collection. More


USA Today . November 29, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted about the First Amendment right of NFL players and other citizens to film police officers in public. More


CNN . November 27, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on the two Affordable Care Act contraceptive mandate cases recently accepted by the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Globe and Mail . November 27, 2013
W. Burlette Carter is quoted about a lawsuit brought against the National Hockey League by former players, who allege that they suffered permanent brain damage because of playing the sport. More


New Republic . November 26, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen writes a column about the religious liberty rights of corporations. More


The Hill . November 26, 2013
Ira Lupu is quoted in an article about the U.S. Supreme Court battle over the Affordable Care Act contraceptive mandate. More


The Wall Street Journal . November 22, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted in an article about the United States selling the remainder of its stake in General Motors. More


Justia . November 21, 2013
Neil Buchanan pens a column about the need for negotiations without "hostage taking" in Congress. More


Forbes . November 21, 2013
Naomi Cahn is quoted in an article about the social media dangers faced by modern caregivers. More


Kaiser Health News . November 19, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about doctors' complaints that they will be paid less by plans bought through the Affordable Care Act’s new insurance marketplaces. More


NPR . November 19, 2013
Orin Kerr discusses whether or not the NSA’s powers to administer bulk collection programs should be restrained. More


Los Angeles Times . November 18, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted in an article about JPMorgan’s potential $13 billion mortgage settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice. More


The Washington Times . November 18, 2013
Sara Rosenbam is quoted about President Obama’s announcement that he will allow states to decide whether or not to continue offering insurance plans that were cancelled under the Affordable Care Act. More


Jurist.org . November 17, 2013
Neil Buchanan writes an opinion piece arguing that the debt ceiling cannot force the president to default on national financial obligations. More


Forbes . November 15, 2013
Orin Kerr is referenced in an article about the cavity search of David Eckert, a man stopped and detained in New Mexico after a police dog allegedly alerted officers to drugs in the driver’s seat. More


The Washington Post . November 15, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted in an article about issues with the lead contractor of the dysfunctional Affordable Care Act website. More


Bloomberg . November 14, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in an article about lawsuits brought by states against major financial rating companies, such as Standard & Poor’s, for allegedly misleading investors about the independence of their ratings. More


The Chicago Tribune . November 13, 2013
Donald Clarke's limerick appeared in an article about the results of the Chinese Communist Party’s new platform on economic reform. More


The Washington Times . November 13, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article about federal legislation to renew a ban on plastic firearms, such as those created by 3-D printers, that cannot be detected by walk-through metal detectors. More


The Washington Post . November 13, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about the tradeoffs needed to prevent health care plan cancellations under the Affordable Care Act. More


C-SPAN . November 13, 2013
Paul Rosenzweig testifies about the Surveillance Transparency Act of 2013 before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law. [Video begins at 01:02:52] More


Philly.com . November 11, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in a Q&A article about the Affordable Care Act. More


Trib Live . November 11, 2013
Ira Lupu is quoted about a lawsuit challenging a regulation that would require Catholic agencies and institutions to provide employees with insurance benefits that go against the organizations’ beliefs. More


USA Today . November 07, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes a column on why Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has not been fired amidst extreme government spending waste. More


Huffington Post . November 07, 2013
Daniel Solove is quoted in an article about the digital habits of young people around the world. More


Foreign Policy . November 07, 2013
Daniel Solove explains how privacy is a "concept in disarray" in an article about the debate over NSA surveillance. More


NPR . November 07, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the U.S. Supreme Court case on prayer in public meetings. More


USA Today . November 06, 2013
Lisa Schenck and John Altenburg Jr. write a column about reforms proposed in Congress that would change how military sexual assault cases are prosecuted. More


Marketplace . November 06, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed about the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. More


C-SPAN . November 04, 2013
Orin Kerr participates in a panel discussion on the National Security Agency data collection and surveillance programs for the Privacy & Civil Liberties Oversight Board. Professor Kerr first speaks at 4:47. More


Federal Times . November 03, 2013
Jessica Tillipman is quoted in an article about USIS' risk of suspension and debarment for allegedly conducting incomplete security clearance background checks. More


The Huffington Post . November 03, 2013
Naomi Cahn writes a blog post about the plausibility of the movie Delivery Man, which addresses fertility clinics and sperm donation. More


The Washington Post . October 31, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about an alleged Somali pirate who has spent 2 ½ years in jail waiting for his trial. More


The Washington Post . October 31, 2013
Ira Lupu is quoted in an article about the Town of Greece v. Galloway U.S. Supreme Court case addressing religious prayer at government meetings. More


Reuters . October 31, 2013
Stephen Saltzburg is quoted about U.S. Senate battles over court nominees. More


NPR . October 29, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted about the impact that state rulings regarding protection of cellphone location data could have on federal standards. More


USA Today . October 29, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes an opinion column about the growth of "policing for profit" strategies in which officers seize money and contraband during traffic stops. More


Lawfare . October 29, 2013
Orin Kerr is named as a new contributing editor on the blog Lawfare. More


The Washington Post . October 27, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted about his suggestion that the U.S. Supreme Court should broadcast audio of its proceedings. More


Vocativ . October 27, 2013
Jessica Tillipman is quoted in an article alleging that National Geographic violated the FCPA by bribing an Egyptian official in exchange for access to archaeological sites. More


Verdict . October 24, 2013
Neil Buchanan writes an article examining a way for the President to avoid future debt crises. More


The Los Angeles Times . October 23, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth, Jr. and Jeffrey Manns are quoted about a recent ruling that found Bank of America liable for the Countrywide mortgage fraud. More


NPR . October 22, 2013
Spencer Overton is quoted about the racially-based etymology of the term "grandfather clause." More


Reuters . October 22, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in an article about banks seeking increased protection in future bailouts. More


PolitiFact . October 17, 2013
Neil Buchanan comments on a statement by Fox News’ Andrew Napolitano, who said that the U.S. is still paying interest on World War I costs. More


The Detroit News . October 15, 2013
Christopher Bracey is quoted in an article about the Michigan affirmative action case before the U.S. Supreme Court. More


ABC News . October 13, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about a loophole in a New York’s “Son of Sam” law that could allow a woman who killed her children to receive money from their deaths. More


WJLA, Washington, D.C. . October 13, 2013
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about the impact the government shutdown will have on future federal workers. More


WHYY, Philadelphia . October 13, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the new U.S. Supreme Court term. More


NBC . October 11, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about the email provider Lavabit’s court appeal against the federal government. The service, used by Edward Snowden to send secure messages, was forced by subpoena to turn over its encryption keys. More


The Wall Street Journal . October 11, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen writes a book review of Abuse of Discretion by Clarke D. Forsythe. More


Huffington Post . October 10, 2013
Joan Schaffner on an Arlington, Virginia law that would allow backyard chicken owners to kill any dog caught in the act of harming their poultry. More


Washington Post . October 10, 2013
Robert Tuttle is quoted in an article about an Ohio court’s decision to appoint a guardian to a young Amish girl whose parents halted chemotherapy treatments of her lymphoblastic lymphoma. More


The Huffington Post . October 08, 2013
Spencer Overton writes about the potential for government corruption if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down campaign contribution limits. More


WLW-AM Cincinnati . October 07, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the U.S. Supreme Court budget and explains that a new term will begin despite the government shutdown. More


ABC News (Radio) . October 07, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on an abortion case that will come before the U.S. Supreme Court in its new term. More


NPR . October 07, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term on The Diane Rehm Show with fellow guests Georgetown Law Professor David Cole and Slate.com reporter Dahlia Lithwick. More


The Washington Post . October 05, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about mounting pressure to change the nickname of the Washington professional football team from the "Redskins." More


The Atlantic . October 02, 2013
Neil Buchanan's work is referenced in an article about the options available to President Obama if Congress does not increase the debt ceiling in mid-October. More


NPR . October 01, 2013
Spencer Overton is interviewed about North Carolina’s voting rights law along with fellow guest Hans Von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation. More


Federal Times . September 30, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted about the impact a government shutdown would have on federal IT operations. More


Global Research . September 30, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about the NSA’s collection of metadata—including phone call records, email logs, and location data—to construct "social network diagrams." More


The New York Times . September 28, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted about the collection of electronic metadata of American citizens by the National Security Agency. More


WTOP 2 . September 27, 2013
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about guidelines on contractor relations and spending authorities during a government shutdown. More


Los Angeles Times . September 27, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about the rollout of healthcare coverage to uninsured Californians under the Affordable Care Act. More


Verdict . September 26, 2013
Neil Buchanan pens an article about the potential economic dangers posed by Germany’s reelection of Chancellor Angela Merkel. More


NBC 4 . September 26, 2013
John Banzhaf is interviewed about a smoking surcharge in the Affordable Care Act that could increase health care costs of smokers by 50 percent when it takes effect in October 2013. More


Tennessean . September 24, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about a lawsuit brought against Vanderbilt University Medical Center for allegedly discharging a patient prematurely because of financial circumstances. More


Bloomberg . September 23, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted on what effect an increased number of insured patients, due to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, will have on the medical system. More


SF Gate . September 22, 2013
Michael Selmi is quoted in an article about the First Amendment rights of University of Kansas professor David Guth, who was placed on administrative leave after posting a provocative tweet about a connection between the National Rifle Association and the Navy Yard mass shooting in Washington, D.C. More


The Washington Post . September 22, 2013
Robert Tuttle is quoted about the clash between church leaders and officials in Prince William County, Virginia over taxes levied on church properties. More


USA Today . September 22, 2013
Donald Clarke is quoted about the guilty verdict of Chinese politician Bo Xilai for bribery, embezzlement, and abuse of power. Bo Xilai will serve a stronger-than-expected sentence of life imprisonment. More


The Washington Post . September 21, 2013
Jonathan Turley on the legal battle between federal and state governments caused by the refusal of Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi to process federal benefits applications for same-sex couples in the National Guard. More


WAMU 88.5 . September 20, 2013
Robert Cottrol is interviewed on the renewed debate over gun control following the Navy Yard mass shootings in Washington, D.C. More


The Advocate . September 19, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt’s order to throw out the convictions of five New Orleans cops in the Danziger Bridge shootings. The decision is a result of anonymous online comments made by federal prosecutors. More


Reuters . September 16, 2013
John Banzhaf is mentioned in an article about rising opposition to the Washington Redskins nickname. Professor Banzhaf is exploring whether references to the name “Redskins” can be kept off broadcast stations as a racial slur. More


Slate . September 16, 2013
Noami Cahn writes about the need to plan for digital assets after death, in addition to more tangible concerns such as family keepsakes and inheritance. More


Politico . September 13, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted in an article about trade deal negotiations between the United States and the European Union that could open up American government procurement contracts to European companies. More


US News & World Report . September 12, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about the 9/11 anniversary arrest of Quran-burning Pastor Terry Jones. More


The Christian Science Monitor . September 10, 2013
Susan Karamanian is quoted regarding investment dispute resolution in an article about mining in El Salvador. More


The Washington Post . September 09, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum on the expansion of Medicaid in some states to include Americans who earn as much as 138% of the federal poverty line. More


USA Today . September 09, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about whether police can search mobile devices upon arrest without a warrant. More


Chicago Tribune . September 01, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about the NFL’s decision to settle with former players over brain damage caused by playing football. More


WNYC Radio . August 30, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on "The Takeaway with John Hockenberry" about the use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement. More


Huffington Post . August 29, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article about a potential Kansas law banning the enforcement of federal weapons restrictions on guns made in the state. More


Structured Finance News . August 29, 2013
Jeffrey Manns writes on breaking up and reforming the financial rating agency oligopoly in his article "Putting the Anti-Trust in Rating Agency Reform". More


The Washington Post . August 28, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article on Republican-led states' efforts to thwart the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. More


NPR . August 24, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed on the pros and cons of public shaming, such as "shoveling manure, being made to sleep in a dog kennel, or wearing a sign to tell the public of the crime you committed," as an alternative to prison sentences. More


The New York Times . August 23, 2013
Christopher Bracey on the progress made in the 50 years since the March on Washington. More


The Washington Post . August 22, 2013
Spencer Overton on the need for Congress to update the Voting Rights Act. More


Los Angeles Times . August 21, 2013
In his op-ed "Area 51: The Real Cover-up," Jonathan Turley writes on the declassification of a report about Area 51 and whether it sheds light on the alleged criminal activity that went on inside the controversial and "non-existent" base. More


The American Prospect . August 21, 2013
Spencer Overton pens "Against a "Post-Racial" Voting Rights Act." More


Huffington Post . August 21, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth on Attorney General Eric Holder and the DOJ's lack of criminal charges so far against banks and persons who committed frauds that lead to the 2008 financial crisis. More


The Atlantic . August 21, 2013
Donald Clarke pens "The Bo Xilai Trial and China's 'Rule of Law': Same Old, Same Old" on the trial of disgraced former Communist Party Chief Bo Xilai. More


The New York Times . August 20, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article on Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.'s newest appointee to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, Judge José A. Cabranes. More


USA Today . August 19, 2013
Spencer Overton on race and politics and the need for strong protections for voter rights. More


U.S. News . August 19, 2013
Jonathan Turley discusses the legality of the airport detainment of David Miranda, partner of Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald. More


The Wall Street Journal . August 19, 2013
Catherine Ross is quoted in an article about a lawsuit seeking recognition of a common-law gay marriage for inheritance purposes. More


GlobalPost . August 14, 2013
Donald Clarke comments on the recent pattern of arrests by the Chinese government of activists promoting constitutionalism. More


Los Angeles Times . August 12, 2013
Naomi Cahn pens "Assisted Reproduction: When Does a Father Become One?" More


WVON Radio Chicago . August 10, 2013
Listen to alumnus and Professorial Lecturer in Law Hdeel Abdelhady discuss the ongoing Egypt-Ethiopia Nile waters dispute and the environmental, economic, energy, and other issues the situation raises. More


The New York Times . August 08, 2013
Orin Kerr on the dilemma e-mail providers face between protecting their customers' privacy and following the law. More


The Washington Times . August 08, 2013
Christopher Bracey on the racial disparities in our criminal justice system and how racial impact statements on proposed new laws only scratch the surface of these problems. More


USA Today . August 08, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes on the self-representation of accused Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan in his opinion piece "Fort Hood Suspect's Fool of a Lawyer." More


Bloomberg . August 07, 2013
Jeffrey Manns on larger issues surrounding a possible new SEC probe of S&P on its grading of securities in 2011. More


The Christian Science Monitor . August 06, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article discussing "stand-your-ground" laws and whether race-based fears influence juries. More


The New York Times . August 02, 2013
Donald Braman is quoted in an article on the "structural and systematic forces" that are breaking down the institution of marriage, particularly for minorities. More


Huffington Post . August 01, 2013
David Fontana analyzes the recent murder of leading Tunisian politician Mohammed Brahmi, and what it means for Tunisia as part of the Arab Spring movement in his article, "Another Arab Spring Moment That Matters." More


The New York Times . July 30, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on a 5th Circuit ruling in a case about warrantless wiretapping of cellphone location data in which he filed an amicus brief. More


TIME . July 27, 2013
Naomi Cahn comments on Virginia's law regarding digital assets after one passes and what states can do to create the best laws in this emerging field. More


The Wall Street Journal . July 26, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth on the possible next Federal Reserve Chairman. More


The Washington Post . July 25, 2013
Army Colonel and GW Law Professorial Lecturer in Law Judge Denise Lind decided the Bradley Manning case this week. Read more about her including insight from Army Colonel and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Lisa Schenck, her colleague from both the JAG and GW. More


Bloomberg . July 23, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth explains banking law issues in light of the pressure at the Federal Reserve on why it allows banks to trade raw materials and control supplies via their commodities units. More


Federal News Radio . July 23, 2013
Steve Schooner is interviewed on "Off the Shelf," discussing current federal procurement policy developments. More


Slate . July 19, 2013
Jessica Tillipman and her FCPA Blog posts are quoted in this article looking at Virginia's lax ethics laws in light of gifts made to Gov. McDonnell. More


The Huffington Post . July 18, 2013
Michael Kaplen and Shana De Caro pen "A Mediated Settlement May Not Be the Best Solution to the NFL Concussion Crisis." More


USA Today . July 14, 2013
Jonathan Turley breaks down the high-profile acquittal of George Zimmerman in his opinion piece "Why was Zimmerman Overcharged?" More


Los Angeles Times . July 13, 2013
Naomi Cahn writes an article with June Carbone discussing the potential lift of the ban on selling human eggs for research purposes. More


The New York Times . July 06, 2013
Joan Schaffner comments on PETA's unwillingness to take on a "no kill" shelter model. More


NBC News . July 06, 2013
Daniel Solove discusses the fallacy with presenting the national surveillence argument as "privacy vs. security." More


The Washington Post . July 06, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen writes an opinion piece on how the Patriot Act could be amended to better protect citizen privacy and to rebuild trust of the U.S. Government. “Repeatedly, our government has chosen technologies, policies and laws that reveal innocent information without making us demonstrably safer," he writes. "Twelve years after the Patriot Act was passed, we’ve learned that cutting constitutional corners is both unnecessary and counterproductive." More


The New York Times . July 02, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is interviewed in an article on the one-year delay of a key part of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. More


CNN . July 02, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on Paula Deen's attempt to use the recent Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling as cause for dismissal of her own lawsuit. More


The Sacramento Bee . July 02, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed in an article on the mounting evidence that the NSA is storing domestic emails and phone calls and whether this is a violation of the Constitution. More


USA Today . June 29, 2013
Robert Brauneis discusses the recent class-action lawsuit that is fighting for the well-known “Happy Birthday” song to be available for public use. More


New Republic | USA Today | Fox 5 News | Diane Rehm Show | BBC World News . June 26, 2013
This week, for the first time, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on cases addressing equality in marriage rights for same-sex couples. Professors Jeffrey Rosen and Jonathan Turley, and Associate Dean Alan Morrison, provide their thoughts and insights to the nation's top media outlets. More


Al Jazeera | The Huffington Post | The New York Times | NPR . June 25, 2013
Voting rights expert Professor Spencer Overton gives his opinion on Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act. He provides detailed commentary on the vote that Congress initially passed in 1965, during the height of America's civil rights movement. More


USA TODAY . June 24, 2013
Jonathan Turley pens "Snowden's Russia Chase Reveals Double Standard." More


NBC News . June 15, 2013
Steven Schooner explains issues of the government using contractors versus employees in regard to the Booz Allen Hamilton systems analyst's leak of the NSA PRISM program. More


NBC News . June 15, 2013
Steven Schooner is interviewed in an article discussing the prevalence of private contractors used to outsource government intelligence work. More


The Washington Post . June 14, 2013
Daniel Solove pens the Outlook piece, "Five Myths About Privacy." More


The Guardian . June 13, 2013
Daniel Solove's 2011 essay, "Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have Nothing to Hide," is quoted. More


Het Financieele Dagblad . June 13, 2013
Jeffrey Manns discusses American and European rating agency reforms. More


NPR . June 11, 2013
Orin Kerr on the catch-22 that is legislating national security issues. More


The Atlantic . June 11, 2013
Daniel Solove's scholarship is extensively quoted in this article that asks,
"Why Should We Even Care If the Government Is Collecting Our Data?" More


The Daily Beast . June 11, 2013
David Fontana reviews "The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back From Liberals," adding his own analysis of how its small organizational structure has been a key to being so influential. More


Reuters . June 08, 2013
Privacy expert Daniel Solove is quoted on why he believes privacy matters even if you have 'nothing to hide.' More


NPR . June 04, 2013
Spencer Overton explains what is at stake concerning several civil rights cases the Supreme Court is set to rule on this month. More


"The Takeaway with John Hockenberry" WNYC-FM . June 03, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the Supreme Court's Monday holding that police may collect DNA from those arrested and other cases with rulings still pending. More


The Nation . June 02, 2013
Coverage of William E. Kovacic's recent presentation, "Competition Policy as a Spur to Trade and Investment," given at an Islamabad, Pakistan conference on fostering international trade. More


NPR . June 01, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen helps preview the Supreme Court's June rulings on several civil rights cases it heard this term. More


USA Today . May 29, 2013
Jonathan Turley pens the editorial, "Fire Eric Holder." More


Law Blog . May 29, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted in an article discussing the ABA's stance that law students should be able to work for free on pro bono cases. More


Bloomberg . May 26, 2013
Robert Brauneis explains the intellectual property and business concepts behind Jimmy Buffet's "Margaritaville." More


The New York Times . May 25, 2013
Naomi Cahn comments on digital estate planning and what some companies are doing to help customers in this area. More


Delo . May 24, 2013
Jeffrey Manns on the role of rating agencies in Slovenia's debt crisis. More


The Washington Post . May 24, 2013
Jonathan Turley pens "The Rise of the Fourth Branch of Government," providing history and analysis of the country's federal administrative agency system. More


Huffington Post . May 22, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article discussing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and whether the actions of two Scripps' employees, who found thousands of customers personal information on the web, would be considered a violation. More


Bloomberg . May 21, 2013
William Kovacic is quoted in an article discussing the willingness of Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook to dialogue with Congress on legal issues. More


The Washington Post . May 16, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen reviews National Law Journal's Chief Washington Correspondent Marcia Coyle's "The Roberts Court." More


CNN . May 15, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed on whether anyone at the IRS could be charged with a crime for targeting conservative groups for increased scrutiny. More


NPR . May 13, 2013
John Whealan explains that the Supreme Court did not decide in the Monsanto patent case the issue of how to treat a product that "automatically reproduces itself with no intervention." More


The New York Times . May 10, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen reviews 'The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back from Liberals' by Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin. More


C-SPAN . May 04, 2013
Burrus Carnahan speaks to the Lincoln Group of the District of Columbia on Lincoln, Lieber, and the Laws of War. The segment begins at 1:22:22. More


The Takeaway with John Hockenberry . May 03, 2013
"The Challenge of Justice: From Ancient Athens to Guantanamo Bay" | Listen to Jeffrey Rosen explore the constitutional questions in the jurisdictional no man's land that is Guantanamo Bay, as he and other experts join a discussion about concepts of law and justice. More


USA Today . May 02, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham, in Omaha for the Berkshire Hathaway stockholders' meeting, speaks about his friend and colleague Warren Buffet's decision to open a Twitter account. More


USA Today . April 26, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article discussing the possible Medicaid expansion in Florida that, if passed, will help uninsured residents buy private medical insurance. More


Bloomberg . April 25, 2013
A study published by the Center for Progress Reform, co-written by Robert Glicksman, on comparisons between state penalty policies for polluting in the Chesapeake Bay is covered in Bloomberg's Daily Environmental Report. More


U.S. News & World Report . April 24, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen authors "Lawmakers Try to Cut Corners With the Constitution," taking the position that the "suggestion that the Boston bombing suspect should be interrogated as an enemy combatant because of his ties to Chechnya and "radical Islamic" thought is legally and constitutionally unconvincing." More


MSNBC . April 22, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed on "Hardball with Chris Matthews" about why Dzhokhar Tsarneav, one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, should be prosecuted as a criminal, rather than as an enemy combatant. More


USA Today . April 21, 2013
Jonathan Turley pens "More Surveillance Not Answer to Boston Terror." More


Montana Public Radio . April 18, 2013
Robert Glicksman is interviewed on how the United States can find a balance between environmental protection and economic development. More


The Huffington Post . April 17, 2013
Spencer Overton authors the op-ed, "Justice Scalia's Latest 'Racial Entitlement' Remark." More


Bloomberg . April 17, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article discussing a recent Medicaid expansion proposals that will use federal funds to help poor Americans buy private insurance. More


The Daily News Journal . April 17, 2013
Ralph Steinhardt is quoted in an article about the recent Supreme Court ruling that international human rights violations with no direct link to the United States cannot be challenged in U.S. courts. More


Huffington Post . April 17, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article discussing whether the commerce clause covers the recently passed law that exempts all Kansas-made guns from federal gun control laws. More


USA Today . April 16, 2013
Jonathan Turley pens "Gene Patent Full of Holes" about the Myriad case before the Supreme Court. More


The New York Times . April 12, 2013
Ralph Steinhardt explains aspects of an $18B judgment against Chevon in an Ecuadorian court for harm to the environment and local people. More


The Huffington Post . April 12, 2013
David Fontana pens "The Washington Lawyer Nominee." More


Reuters . April 11, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article about the Department of Justice's charges against the primary health insurer for Virginia Tech University after an audit discovered the insurer had been defrauding the school and its students. More


Slate . April 09, 2013
Naomi Schoenbaum authors "Kamala Harris, Sheryl Sandberg, and a Double Bind for Working Women," taking a look at the public debates around issues of women and work. More


Chicago Tribune . April 08, 2013
Charles Craver comments on the class action lawsuit that more than 6,000 Dollar Tree employees have joined against their employer for failing to pay overtime. More


The Motley Fool . April 08, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham is interviewed on his most recent edition of his book The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America. More


Los Angeles Times . April 08, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted in an article discussing whether gay couples should be allowed to make joint campaign contributions and how this decision may be affected by the Supreme Court's ruling on the constitutionality of DOMA. More


Fox . April 08, 2013
A group of former FCC commissioners and other law experts have written a letter to Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder explaining that if the team continues to use the word "Redskin," they will bring the issue to the FCC where they think it is likely to be found in violation of federal broadcast law because it constitutes an indecency if not an obscenity. The tactic of challenging the use of the word "Redskins" before the FCC was conceived by public interest law John F. Banzhaf, who has successfully taken legal action at the FCC to get cigarette commercials banned and before that in 1969 against a D.C.-area television station that refused to use African Americans in meaningful on-the-air roles. More


StarTribune . April 06, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in an article discussing a recent class-action lawsuit against UnitedHealth for treating mental health claims differently than medical or surgical claims. More


The Washington Post . April 03, 2013
Alan Morrison speaks on whether one's law firm client list can predict judicial proclivities. More


The Washington Post . April 03, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted in an article about whether Obama's judicial nominees are overly controversial. More


NPR . April 03, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen was interviewed about the role social media companies have in dictating online speech rules on NPR's All Things Considered. More


The New York Times . April 01, 2013
Naomi Cahn co-authored an opinion piece on the gender pay gap, discussing why "progress" seen in a diminished disparity may be misleading. More


D.C. Bar's "Washington Lawyer" . April 01, 2013
W. Burlette Carter is quoted in an article about the high-profile class action lawsuit against the NFL from thousands of former pro football players whose primary complaints deal with the NFL's handling of long-term health risks of concussions. More


C-SPAN | NPR | MSNBC | HuffPost | Diane Rehm | TNR . March 29, 2013
Constitutional law experts David Fontana, Alan Morrison, Jeffrey Rosen, and Jonathan Turley provide their thoughts and analysis on the same-sex marriage cases before the Supreme Court. More


NBC News . March 28, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article discussing the New York Investment Bank that was allowed to bend the "Potty Parity" law stating that women and men must have an equal number of washroom facilities in a public space. More


Inside Climate News . March 25, 2013
Robert Glicksman on the U.S. State Department's handling of public comments for the Keystone XL Pipeline's draft environmental impact statement. More


Thomson Reuters . March 25, 2013
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about privacy concerns surrounding CVS Caremark's new policy that employees must submit to a health exam or pay a fee. More


The Guardian . March 22, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in an article discussing the status of current gun control legislation in the U.S. Congress. More


MSNBC . March 21, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted in an article discussing the two Supreme Court same-sex marriage cases, and the flurry of support that high-profile figures are giving to gay marriage just prior to the cases being heard. More


The Washington Post . March 20, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the differences between the indictments of Matthew Keyes, social media editor for Reuters.com, and Aaron Swartz, an internet activist, under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. More


NPR . March 19, 2013
Spencer Overton is interviewed on NPR's "Tell Me More" about the Supreme Court arguments on the Arizona law that requires proof of citizenship to register to vote. More


The New York Times . March 17, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article discussing possible changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act after a Reuters social media editor was indicted under the 1984 computer crime law. More


Huffington Post . March 16, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted on the potential lawsuits JPMorgan may face after their "London Whale" trade lost $6.2 billion and they are suspected of withhold damaging information from investors and the public. More


NPR . March 14, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" about where the legal line is drawn between thoughts and actual criminal behavior in the New York "Cannibal Cop" case about a police officer who plotted to kill and eat his wife. More


Bloomberg . March 13, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth comments on the implications of The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' proposal to significantly shrink government support for banks. More


CNET . March 13, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the issues behind the general and overreaching language held in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and how this piece of legislation is now being used to criminalize less serious offenses. More


Aljazeera . March 12, 2013
John Banzhaf responds to the ruling that threw out New York’s ban on large sugary drinks. More


Environment and Energy Daily . March 11, 2013
Robert Glicksman is quoted in the article "Debate over REINS Act Focuses on Whether Lawmakers Are 'Too Stupid'," on regulatory reform legislation. More


PBS . March 11, 2013
Naomi R. Cahn was featured on the PBS program Newshour to discuss what happens to all digital assets, such as email and social media pages, when we die, as well as the legal protocol for these accounts. More


The Huffington Post . March 11, 2013
David Fontana pens "The Laboratory of Judicial Nominations". More


The Washington Post . March 09, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is interviewed in an article about Arkansas plan showing that health care law’s Medicaid expansion leaves flexibility for states. More


The Washington Post . March 08, 2013
Sara Rosenbaum is interviewed in the article: "Privatizing the Medicaid expansion: Every state will be eying this." More


U.S. News . March 08, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the article: "Maine, Georgia, Utah Towns Consider Mandatory Gun Ownership." More


The New York Times . March 06, 2013
Joan Meier pens "Home is Where the Harm Is," analyzing and advising on how the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction should be read and followed. More


The New York Times . March 05, 2013
Joan Meier authored an opinion piece titled "Home is Where the Harm Is," discussing laws meant to protect abducted children, and how child abduction should not always be viewed at face value. More


Bottom Line . March 04, 2013
Naomi R. Cahn explains how to protect our digital estates: "Make sure your heirs inherit your online photos…bank accounts…Web sites…blogs…more. Our real-world possessions might not be all that we want to leave to our heirs when we die. Nowadays most people have assets in the cyberworld to pass on as well." More


Fox 5 . March 01, 2013
John Banzhaf on the potential dangers of e-cigarettes. More


Boston Globe . February 28, 2013
Orin Kerr comments in an article on the broadening of the congressional committee's investigation of political activist Aaron Swartz. More


Huffington Post . February 28, 2013
Spencer Overton authored an article on the connection between racial entitlement and the law. More


Bloomberg . February 28, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted in an article discussing the fact that future budget cuts will not affect the president's, U.S. lawmakers', or other government officials' pay.More


The Associated Press . February 28, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham's new book "The AIG Story," co-authored with Maurice Greenberg, is mentioned in an article about the collapse of AIG.More


Bloomberg . February 28, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted in an article discussing the sequester and if the threatened budget cuts are "scare tactics." More


Bloomberg . February 27, 2013
Daniel Gordon is quoted on some of the consequences of recent national budget cuts. More


MSNBC . February 27, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed on "The Ed Show" about the votings rights case before the Supreme Court. More


NPR . February 26, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the voting rights case before the Supreme Court. More


The New York Times . February 22, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen and Lance Hoffman comment on death and legacy of Alan F. Westin, a legal scholar who defined the modern right to privacy before the web era. More


Wired . February 22, 2013
Henry Hertzfeld on the increased efforts to protect Earth from asteroids. More


Bloomberg . February 21, 2013
Arthur Wilmarth comments on the tactic used by banks to erase bad home-equity loans from their records. More


The National Interest . February 21, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham's latest book, The AIG Story, is reviewed in this piece, "The Rise and Fall of AIG." More


NPR . February 19, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the Supreme Court's ruling in a drug-sniffing dog case. More


Bloomberg . February 18, 2013
Jeffrey Manns pens the op-ed, "Break Up the Ratings Oligopoly!" More


The New York Times . February 18, 2013
Donald Braman comments on the cycle of prison sentences and poverty that affects so many American families. More


The Washington Post . February 18, 2013
Robert Tuttle is quoted in the discussion on recent property fights in Texas and South Carolina churches. More


The Fiscal times . February 18, 2013
Ava Abramowitz authors an opinion piece about government alternatives to sequestration. More


Yahoo . February 15, 2013
Daniel Solove is quoted in an article about the costs of abandoning social media to ensure one's privacy. More


The New York Times . February 14, 2013
Daniel Solove comments on the recently revived Internet privacy debate between national security and personal privacy. More


CNBC . February 14, 2013
William Kovacic comments on the FTC's investigation of Tesoro Corp's bid to buy a BP gasoline refinery. More


Washington Journal . February 14, 2013
Charles Craver discusses labor issues and the National Labor Relations Board. More


The Washington Post . February 14, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on the influential legacy left behind by recently deceased legal theorist Ronald Dworkin. More


SCOTUS Blog . February 14, 2013
Voting rights expert Spencer Overton pens "Shelby County v. Holder: Voting discrimination remains concentrated in covered states." More


ABC News . February 12, 2013
Jeffrey Rosen comments in an article on experts' proposed changes to the Constitution. More


Fox News . February 11, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article discussing a possible congressional "assassination court" to screen drone targets. More


The New York Times . February 10, 2013
Robert Weinberg comments in an article discussing the call to change the way new lawyers are educated. More


Bloomberg | The Wall Street Journal | The Washington Post | more . February 09, 2013
Jeffrey Manns has contributed in several media outlets to the recent discussion on the Department of Justice's lawsuit against Standard & Poor's. More


Des Moines Register . February 09, 2013
Robert Cottrol discusses a recent poll showing that Iowans favor tougher gun legislation. More


The Atlanta Journal Constitution . February 08, 2013
David Brunori is quoted on the discussion surrounding Amazon's changing sales tax policy for Georgia shoppers. More


Reuters . February 07, 2013
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in an article discussing the legal standing of David Einhorn's suit against Apple Inc. More


MSNBC - "Morning Joe" . February 06, 2013
Stephen Saltzburg appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" to help define the law surrounding the Department of Justice's white paper that discusses drone attacks on U.S. citizens on foreign soil. More


The National Law Journal . February 04, 2013
Alan Morrison writes on the creative use of tax and liability law to discourage illegal or careless use of firearms. More


Reuters . February 04, 2013
Jeffrey Manns on the DOJ's landmark lawsuit against leading credit rating agency Standard & Poor's. More


San Francisco Chronicle . February 03, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article discussing the backgrounds of Obama's judicial nominees. More


Gannett's "C4ISR Journal" . February 01, 2013
"Legal Snag: ScanEagle Patent Battle Highlights Wartime Contracting Risks" | Martin Adelman explains to investigative reporter Aram Roston the complicated legal issues and history behind suing the U.S. government when one of its contracting companies infringes on a patent (see pg. 20). More


The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life . February 01, 2013
Ira C. Lupu and Robert Tuttle discuss how new HHS rules—exempting certain religious organizations from a new mandate to offer free contraception services to women employees—might operate under the ACA and explain possible outcomes of anticipated legal challenges to them. More


The Huffington Post . January 30, 2013
Charles Craver is quoted discussing implications of recent appeals court rulings on workers' use of social media. More


The Huffington Post . January 30, 2013
Alan Morrison and Spencer Overton are cited as endorsers of a statement on the constitutionality of Congress enacting legislation to reduce gun violence. More


Bloomberg . January 29, 2013
Charles Craver discusses a court ruling that holds workers who complain about their jobs via Facebook can be fired. More


CNBC . January 29, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham highlights "The AIG Story:" Hank Greenberg's New Tell-All Book. More


The New York Times . January 28, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in a story about two seperate cases involving hackers. More


C-SPAN . January 28, 2013
Jonathan Turley discusses President Obama's use of executive power. More


ABC News . January 26, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about private surveillance cameras being used to catch criminals. More


The Oregonian . January 26, 2013
Naomi Cahn has written an opinion article that asks if the Pro-Life movement has led to an increase in single motherhood in America. More


CNN . January 24, 2013
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about Edward Snowden’s legal options if he returns to the United States. More


USA Today . January 21, 2013
Jonathan Turley writes an op ed about President Obama's inaugural speech. More


Minn Post . January 21, 2013
Neil Buchanan is quoted in a story about Obama's options for handling the debt ceiling. More


The Salt Lake Tribune . January 18, 2013
Jonathan Turley heads back to federal court for his "Sister Wives" clients who are challenging Utah's bigamy statute as unconstitutional. More


The Atlantic . January 18, 2013
Neil Buchanan is quoted in a story about President Obama's recent executive orders on gun control. More


Los Angeles Times . January 18, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the legal charges that were brought against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz. More


The Miami Herald . January 17, 2013
Jonathan Turley comments on the "Siter Wives" polygamy case being heard in Utah. More


MSNBC . January 17, 2013
John Banzhaf's comments on the likelihood of obesity lawsuits resulting from Coca-Cola's new ad campaign. More


Los Angeles Times . January 16, 2013
Orin Kerr discusses the charges that were filed against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz. More


The New York Times . January 15, 2013
Neil Buchanan authors an article about the President’s options for dealing with the debt ceiling. More


U.S. News & World Report . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr discusses how the use of drone aircraft for surveillance is causing privacy concerns. More


Bloomberg News . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr discusses the charges that were filed against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz. More


The Washington Times . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the use of drone aircraft for surveillance. More


The Daily Beast . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz. More


Reuters . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on anti-hacking laws in the wake of the suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz. More


NPR . January 15, 2013
Orin Kerr is interviewed on the suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz. More


The New York Times . January 14, 2013
Daniel Solove is quoted in Bill Keller's op-ed, "Invasion of the Data Snatchers." More


The Wall Street Journal . January 14, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the legal charges that were brought against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz. More


The New York Times . January 14, 2013
Orin Kerr comments on the legal charges that were brought against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz. More


FCPA Blog . January 14, 2013
Jessica Tillipman hblogs about the similarities in bribing officials and puppies. More


The New York Times . January 13, 2013
Daniel Solove is quoted in a story about our lack of privacy in the internet age. More


The Huffington Post . January 13, 2013
Orin Kerr is quoted in a story about the criminal charges against Reddit founder Aaron Swartz, and his subsequent suicide. More


The New York Times' "Room for Debate" . January 13, 2013
Neil Buchanan pens an editorial for the series, "Proposing the Unprecedented to Avoid Default." More


CNN . January 11, 2013
Neil Buchanan states that President Obama should override the debt ceiling in this op ed. More


Fox News . January 11, 2013
Robert Cottrol is quoted in a story about gun control sentiments among the Latino population. More


The American Spectator . January 11, 2013
Alan Morrison is quoted in an article on the current gun control debate. More


C-SPAN . January 11, 2013
Dwight Sullivan testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding sexual assaults in the U.S. military. More


CNS . January 10, 2013
Alan Morrison claims that banning assault weapons without confiscation will do very little to curb gun violence. More


The Law Profs . January 10, 2013
Naomi Cahn writes a blog post about first year law students agonizing over their grades. More


The Washington Post . January 09, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in a story about a dating site for Christians. More


Al-Jazeera . January 07, 2013
Richard Pierce is quoted in a story about shale gas could cause the United States to become a net energy exporter. More


Bloomberg . January 07, 2013
Lawrence Cunningham's latest book — coauthored with Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, the former CEO of American International Group Inc. (AIG) — takes an in-depth and first-hand look at what went wrong with the giant insurer, issues of leadership in corporate governance, and lessons learned from how AIG righted itself post-bailout. More


NPR . January 05, 2013
Daniel Solove comments on balancing security and privacy. More


Lawyers.com . January 04, 2013
Jonathan Turley is quoted in a story about a Wisconsin man who is forbidden to father more children until he can financially support them. More


WNYC's "On the Media" . January 04, 2013
Here's a common refrain in privacy discussions: "If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear." There's also Google’s then-CEO Eric Schmidt famously saying: "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place." Brooke speaks with George Washington University Law School Professor Daniel Solove who says those types of arguments misunderstand privacy entirely. More


The Washington Post . January 03, 2013
William Kovacic is quoted in a story about the FTC's recent decision regarding an antitrust case against Google. More


The Huffington Post . January 01, 2013
Jonathan Turley has a conversation with the actor John Cusack about Wikileaks founder Juilian Assange. More


WTOP . January 01, 2013
Neil Buchanan discusses the so-called "fiscal cliff" agreement passed by the Senate. More


2012 News Items

The Washington Post . December 28, 2012
Jonathan Turley's opinion piece, "10 Reasons the U.S. is No Longer the Land of the Free," has been listed as one the 10 best opinion articles for 2012 in the Washington Post. More


The Christian Science Monitor . December 28, 2012
Robert Tuttle discusses the upcoming Supreme Court hearing on the Defense of Marriage Act, and how it could affect same-sex married couples. More


NPR . December 28, 2012
Donald Braman's 2006 paper on gun culture in America is mentioned in a piece about the gun control debate. More


The Boston Globe . December 27, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in a story about victims of child pornography seeking financial restitution from their exploiters . More


The Fiscal Times . December 21, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted in an article that claims the Democratic Party has drifted to the right. More


The Washington Post . December 21, 2012
Donald Braman's analysis of incarceration statistics is DC is referenced in an opinion column. More


Digital Trends . December 21, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in a story about the current trend of "sexting." More


USA Today . December 20, 2012
Robert Glicksman is quoted in an article about abandoned factories that are still causing environmental damage. More


Family Scholars . December 20, 2012
Naomi Cahn argues that economic security and greater societal support for those with children is crucial to strengthening the institution of marriage . More


The Washington Post . December 19, 2012
William Kovacic discusses criticism being leveled at the FTC for it's handling of the Google antitrust case. More


C-SPAN "Book TV" . December 19, 2012
David Fontana speaks with author Michael Austin talked about his book, "That's Not What They Meant!: Reclaiming the Founding Fathers from America’s Right Wing," in which he analyzes dozens of speeches, books and articles by conservative commentators to expose what he called the "deep historical flaws in their use of America's founding history." More


ABC News . December 18, 2012
Robert Cottrol discusses the likelihood of the Supreme Court revisiting 2nd Amendment cases. More


The Wall Street Journal . December 18, 2012
Jeffrey Manns discusses the delay in the SEC ruling on Rating-Firm charges. More


The New York Times . December 16, 2012
William Kovacic comments on an ongoing antitrust investigation of Google. More


The Washington Post . December 09, 2012
Dan Gordon is quoted in a story about how potential cuts in defense spending are affecting the decisions of government contractors. More


The Atlantic . December 07, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted in an article regarding the President's options on the upcoming debt ceiling conflict. More


NPR . December 06, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted in an article regarding the likelihood of Obama raising the debt ceiling without Congressional approval. More


Roll Call . December 05, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted in a story about the Obama Administration's options regarding the debt ceiling. More


WLS . December 04, 2012
Naomi Cahn discusses what happens to your online accounts and technological assets such as your Facebook page after you die. More


The New York Times' "Economix" . December 03, 2012
Neil H. Buchanan and Cornell's Michael C. Dorf's Columbia Law Review article, "How to Choose the Least Unconstitutional Option: Lessons for the President (and Others) From the Debt Ceiling Standoff," is discussed. More


NPR . December 03, 2012
Spencer Overton discusses the upcoming Supreme Court Review of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. More


Chicago Tribune . December 02, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in a story about an anti-eavesdropping law that is used to punish those who record police officers who are on the job. More


The Washington Post . December 02, 2012
Daniel Solove is quoted in a story about the increasing tendency of public transit agencies to put cameras on buses and trains. More


The Washington Post . November 30, 2012
Joan Meier writes a letter to the editor: Child's Death Should Be a Wake-Up Call. More


Time . November 29, 2012
Naomi Cahn is quoted in a story about what happens with your online personal data after you die. More


WAMU's "The Kojo Namdi Show" . November 27, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses privacy in digital communications. More


NPR . November 27, 2012
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed about the Securities and Exchange Commission following the resignation of Chairman Mary Schapiro. More


The Huffington Post . November 26, 2012
David Fontana discusses possible ways to get past the current gridlock in the Senate over President Obama's judicial nominees. More


NPR "Marketplace" . November 26, 2012
Jeffrey Manns on the state of the Securities and Exchange Commission after Mary Schapiro announced her departure today. More


The Wall Street Journal . November 21, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about the use of warrants to track down people who use wireless internet without the permission of the owners. More


WTVH . November 21, 2012
Jonathan Turley states that the New York Bar Association should investigate Cortland County District Attorney Mark Suben .More


CBC Radio . November 21, 2012
"The Current" and criminal law expert Cynthia Lee take an in-depth look at "Gay Panic as a Legal Defense" in the laws of Australia, Canada, and the United States. More


The New York Times . November 20, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in a story about a legal case where a technology-based search might have infringed on the rights of a suspect. More


Bloomberg News . November 19, 2012
Dan Gordon helps explain the possible consequences of a new proposed fee for government contractors who want to protest contract award decisions. More


Reuters . November 17, 2012
Orin Kerr states that the Petraeus scandal is an example of how easy it is for the government to obtain personal e-mails. More


The Washington Post . November 16, 2012
Dan Gordon is quoted in an article about BP's fine from the Deepwater Horizion disaster. More


The Wall Street Journal . November 15, 2012
Jeffrey Manns on the credit-ratings industry's struggle to meet new standards. More


The Washington Post . November 14, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the likelihood of David Petraeus facing a court-martial. More


The National Law Journal . November 13, 2012
Paul Schiff Berman discusses his new position as Vice Provost for Online Education and Academic Innovation. More


CNN . November 13, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the deepening scandal involving former CIA Director David Petraeus. More


MSNBC . November 13, 2012
Orin Kerr is mentioned during a discussion about the FBI's handling of the David Petraeus affair. More


WHLT, WJVY . November 13, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the scandal involving CIA director David Petraeus. More


The New York Times . November 12, 2012
Charles Craver is quoted in an article about labor union support for President Obama. More


Denver Post . November 10, 2012
John Banzhaf is quoted in a story about a court case that enforces new anti-smoking regulations. More


CNN . November 07, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about state ballot initiatives and how they will affect federal laws. More


Bloomberg News . November 02, 2012
Miriam Galston discusses a PR firm that is possibly skirting IRS rules by claiming to do non-profit work. More


SCOTUSBlog . October 31, 2012
Alan B. Morrison writes a piece about accurate ways to measure the performance of the Solicitor General. More


C-SPAN2 . October 28, 2012
Alan Morrison participates in Cato Institute discussion of the affirmative action case before the Supreme Court. More


Business Courier . October 26, 2012
Lesley Fair is quoted in an article about marketers collecting data on potential customers. More


New York Daily News . October 25, 2012
Lawrence Cunningham pens the op-ed "Killing N.Y.'s Horses for an Extra Buck." More


The Washington Post . October 22, 2012
Naomi Schoenbaum's analysis of the mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act is referenced in this article. More


The Portland Press Herald . October 21, 2012
Ira Lupu disputes the accuracy of an anti-gay marriage ad currently being run in Maine. More


The Washington Post . October 18, 2012
Steve Schooner is quoted in an article about MWAA offering a $1.5M incentive to Silver Line contractors. More


The Washington Times . October 17, 2012
Jonathan Turley is referenced in an opinion piece on freedom of speech. More


The Washington Post . October 17, 2012
Steven Schooner comments on financial incentives offered to contractors who are currently building Metro's new Silver Line. More


CNN . October 15, 2012
Steven Roberts discusses the media's reaction to Vice President Joe Biden's performance in the debate. More


Los Angeles Times . October 10, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in an article about accusations of mortgage fraud against Wells Fargo. More


The Wall Street Journal . October 10, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth discusses the practice of "reserve releases," which occurs when banks transfer funds from loan-loss reserves in order to boost their earnings. More


ABC News . October 08, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about attorneys coming to the defense of an anti-muslim filmmaker. More


WUSA . October 08, 2012
John Banzhaf discusses a new report that calls the competence of TSA airport security into question. More


Washington Examiner . October 06, 2012
Charles Craver is quoted in an article about the decline of labor unions as a political force in Montgomery County, Maryland. More


NPR . October 06, 2012
Daniel Gordon is quoted in a story on defense contractors that are postponing laying off parts of their workforce. More


WTOP . October 04, 2012
Daniel Gordon is interviewed about government procurement. More


NPR, The Diane Rehm Show . October 02, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen participates in a discussion about the electoral college. More


WYAY FM . October 01, 2012
Jonathan Turley comments on the voting rights case the Supreme Court is expected to consider this term. More


WINS FM . October 01, 2012
Jonathan Turley says the Supreme Court is expected to take up the issue of same-sex marriage this term. More


WHIO (CBS) . October 01, 2012
Ralph Steinhardt discusses the new Supreme Court term. More


New Straits Times . September 30, 2012
Alan Morrison is quoted on the Supreme Court's upcoming hearing on Fisher v. Texas. More


C-SPAN2 . September 30, 2012
Spencer Overton discusses his book, "Stealing Democracy: The New Politics of Voter Suppression." More


CNN . September 27, 2012
Daniel Solove is quoted in an article about ethics in journalism and media. More


The Washington Post . September 25, 2012
Dan Gordon comments on spending cuts to federal contractors. More


Wall Street Journal . September 21, 2012
John Banzhaf's "Banzhaf Index of Voting Power," which he created when he was still a law student, is sparking debate about its use by the two presidential contenders to help target voters with the most voting power - those most likely to affect the outcome of the presidential election. More


C-SPAN . September 20, 2012
Roy Austin testifies before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on hate crimes and domestic extremism. Austin is testifying as the deputy assistant attorney general for civil rights. More


WAMU . September 17, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses whether or not YouTube is complicit in the recent unrest in the Middle East. More


CNN . September 17, 2012
Charles Craver discusses the political implications of the Chicago teachers strike. More


CBC . September 17, 2012
John Banzahf discusses holding corporations accountable for public health problems. More


The Washington Post . September 16, 2012
Steven L. Schooner and Collin D. Swan's research on contractor fatalities in Afghanistan is discussed. More


The Huffington Post . September 15, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in an article about the efforts of "Too Big To Fail" banks to fight financial reform. More


Legal Times . September 14, 2012
Alan Morrison hosted an event at GW Law in which a panel of attorneys analyzed the upcoming docket of the U.S. Supreme Court. More


The Washington Post . September 14, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen reviews "The Oath: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court." More


CNN . September 14, 2012
Jonathan Turley explains why the film that's sparked protests worldwide is the type of material protected by free speech. More


ABC News . September 13, 2012
Robert W. Tuttle discusses a lawsuit filed by Hobby Lobby, Inc. over the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act. More


Los Angeles Times . September 13, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses a new law passed by the House of Representatives that is meant to criminialize profiting from misrepresenting yourself as a war hero. More


VOA Korea . September 12, 2012
Thomas J. Schoenbaum speaks about the two countries' claims to a group of islands — known as Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan — and explains the legal issues of maritime zones, ICJ jurisdiction over the issue, and what role the United States could possibly play in assisting to resolve the dispute. More


WAMU's "The Diane Rehm Show" . September 11, 2012
Spencer Overton joins the discussion about new voting laws and their expected impact on voter turnout. More


The Huffington Post . September 11, 2012
Steven Schooner's paper on contractor casualties in the wars in Afganistan and Iraq is referenced in this article. More


Law 360 . September 11, 2012
F. Scott Kieff is nominated by President Obama to serve on the U.S. International Trade Commission, Paul Schiff Berman comments on this accomplishment. More


Smart Money . September 10, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted in an article about common misconceptions about small businesses . More


USA Today . September 10, 2012
Jonathan Turley pens "Outrage at U.S. Torture Dwindles." More


The Week . September 07, 2012
Arturo J. Carrillo comments on the fact the GOP's platform does not include mentions of human trafficking. More


The New York Times . September 07, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen pens "Indecent Exposure," a review of Garret Keizer's "Privacy." More


Corporate Counsel . September 06, 2012
John Banzhaf speaks about how under the Affordable Care Act, employers can charge smoking employees higher premiums. More


NBC News . August 31, 2012
Ellen Zavian discusses a liability exemption recently received by the New York Yankees. More


NPR . August 31, 2012
Ira Lupu comments on a religious freedom lawsuit filed by so-called "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh. More


The Wall Street Journal . August 30, 2012
Jeffrey Manns on the departure of S&P's Chief Credit Officer Mark Adelson. More


Marketplace . August 30, 2012
Listen to Orin Kerr discuss the Twitter privacy lawsuit. More


Verdict . August 30, 2012
Neil Buchanan pens "The Unserious Mr. Ryan and the Idea-Free Mr. Gingrich: Understanding the Beltway’s Confusion of Mere Ideology With Actual Ideas." More


Politico . August 24, 2012
Alan Morrison on the Federal Advisory Committee Act and transparency in regard to an issue that the White House did not hold open meetings for its Job Council. More


CNET . August 23, 2012
William Kovacic is quoted in an article about a possible "unfair practice" lawsuit against Google. More


Chicago Tribune . August 23, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about the civil liberties records of both Presidential candidates. More


International Herald Tribune . August 20, 2012
Donald Clarke discusses the verdict in the Gu Kailai case. More


NBC News . August 18, 2012
Paul Rosenzweig discusses the legal implications of Julian Assange and the Wikileaks case. More


CNN . August 16, 2012
Donald Clarke discusses the trial of Gu Kailal, the wife of a Chinese politician who was accussed of murdering a British businessman. More


CNN . August 16, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses voter ID laws. More


Hondurus Weekly . August 16, 2012
Neil Buchanan's Verdict column, "Debunking the Myth of Trickle-Down Economics" is picked up by this international outlet. More


USA Today . August 13, 2012
Jonathan Turley proposes that the IOC update some of their rules. More


Science Codex . August 08, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum discusses the practice of "patient dumping," which results in uninsured or underinsured Americans receiving substandard care. More


USA Today . August 08, 2012
Donald Clarke discusses the murder trial of Gu Kailai in China. More


Jurist . August 03, 2012
Neil Buchanan offers analysis of various aspects of the Affordable Care Act. More


The Washington Post . July 31, 2012
David Bruroni comments on states and municipalities considering tax hikes. More


The San Francisco Chronicle . July 31, 2012
John Banzhaf discusses potential legal liability in the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting. More


WLS, Chicago . July 30, 2012
Jonathan Turley is referenced in a segment on a proposed ban on Chick-Fil-A restaurants by several municipalities. More


Fox News . July 30, 2012
John Banzhaf was featured on Fox News' Fox & Friends Monday, discussing potential legal liability for the University of Colorado regarding the "Joker" shootings. More


USA Today . July 27, 2012
John Banzhaf is interviewed in a story regarding the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting. More


Fox News . July 27, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the recent ban on Chick-Fil-A by several cities. More


The Washington Post . July 25, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth discusses questions about Mitt Romney's tenure at Bain Capital. More


NPR . July 25, 2012
Neil Buchanan is quoted on the current tax cut debate on Capitol Hill. More


CNN Money . July 23, 2012
Dan Gordon on the potential effects on the private sector of efforts to reduce "Big Government." More


The Huffington Post . July 19, 2012
Naomi Cahn discusses conservative policies towards single women. More


The Huffington Post . July 17, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses an incident where police in Lake County, Florida shot and killed the wrong man during a hunt for a murder suspect. More


Wall Street Journal . July 17, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses the use of a provision of the Patriot Act that allows the U.S. government to get information with out a court order. More


MSNBC, The Last Word With Lawrence O'Donnell . July 11, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses John Robert's deciding vote on the Affordable Care Act. More


Bloomberg News . July 10, 2012
Charles Craver discusses Lockheed Martin's recent "warning of termination" memo that might be sent to their employees. More


The National Law Journal . July 10, 2012
Dean Paul Schiff Berman has been listed as a Champion and Visionary by the NLJ. More


The Wall Street Journal . July 09, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the potential legal issues involved in a new strain of marijuana that does not cause intoxication. More


American Fertility Association . July 06, 2012
Naomi Cahn offers advice on the best way to choose an infertility attorney. More


The Atlanta Journal Constitution . July 05, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the impact that the Medicaid expansion could have on health care reform. More


Politico . July 05, 2012
Orin Kerr speculates on who leaked a story about the inner workings of the Supreme Court. More


Sacramento Bee . July 05, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum discusses the impact the state Medicaid expansion could have on the Affordable Care Act. More


PBS Newshour . July 05, 2012
Neil Buchanan discusses the arguments that are brewing at the state level over the ACA's Medicaid expansion. More


Dorf on Law . July 05, 2012
Neil Buchanan discusses the use of the word "Liberty" as it applies to the Supreme Court's dissenting opinions of the Affordable Care Act. More


Washington Post . June 08, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses potential new disciplinary regulations for Fairfax County Public Schools. More


The Wall Street Journal . June 06, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses a lawsuit filed by New Jersey Muslims against the NYPD. More


San Francisco Chronicle . June 05, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses New York City's proposed restrictions on sodas and sugary drinks. More


The Telegraph . June 04, 2012
Jeffrey Manns on allegations that Facebook and Morgan Stanley illegally disclosed information ahead of the IPO. More


The Hill . June 02, 2012
Bill Kovacic discusses possible antitrust violations by Google. More


NPR . June 01, 2012
Ira Lupu speaks about the First Circuit's invalidation of part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act. More


NPR . June 01, 2012
Paul Butler comments about the John Edwards verdict and other legal matters. More


NPR . May 31, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses possible Supreme Court rulings on healthcare reform. More


Bloomberg News . May 24, 2012
Jeffrey Manns discusses the problems with Facebook’s recent IPO. More


The Wall Street Journal . May 24, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in a story about risky financial bets made by JP Morgan. More


The Daily Beast . May 23, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the current dispute between the White House and the Catholic Church over new contraception coverage for insurance polices. More


NPR . May 22, 2012
Paul Butler speaks on the sentence handed down in the Rutgers web spying case. More


The National Post . May 22, 2012
Lawrence Cunningham's new book, Contracts in the World: Stories of Popular Contracts and Why They Matter, is mentioned in a column. More


The Washington Post . May 20, 2012
Paul Schiff Berman is mentioned in a story about law schools preparing students for in-house counsel work. More


The Washington Post . May 20, 2012
Ira Lupu is not sure if recent lawsuits challenging a federal mandate requiring employers to provide contraception coverage are ripe yet. More


Washington Examiner . May 17, 2012
Steven Schooner discusses where President Obama and Mitt Romney differ on government contracting rules for small businesses. More


Thomson Reuters . May 11, 2012
Marc Mayerson is quoted in a story on asbestos exposure litigation. More


Orlando Sentinel . May 07, 2012
Stephen A. Salzburg is quoted in a story about the legal costs of defending George Zimmerman. More


Bankrate.com's "Insurance Blog" . May 04, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in a story about emergency room protocols and alcohol consumption. More


The Atlantic . May 03, 2012
Naomi Cahn discusses the legal issues involved with social media after death. More


Bloomberg News . May 03, 2012
Charles Craver comments on allegations of misconduct by a National Labor Relations Board employee. More


C-SPAN . May 01, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen is part of the Wilson Center's program, " Legal Scholars Examine the Role of Courts in Democracy." More


NPR . April 30, 2012
Stephen Saltzburg is interviewed for "With Federal Cases, Who Decides When To Try?" More


Blog of LegalTimes . April 30, 2012
Danya Ariel Dayson was sworn in as a new judge in the District of Columbia Superior Court. More


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette . April 26, 2012
William Kovacic discusses how a change of tone could help Google in their European antitrust case. More


WBUR . April 25, 2012
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the Supreme Court taking up Arizona's immigration law. More


USA Today . April 24, 2012
Jonathan Turley writes the article, "Courting the immigration vote?" More


National Post . April 23, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in an article about the Arab Spring and government surveillance. More


PBS . April 17, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen participates in the discussion, "How Will FCC's Google Street View Fine Shape Data Privacy Rules?" More


Associated Press . April 16, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about Roger Clemens' steroid retrial. More


NPR . April 13, 2012
Paul Butler is interviewed about what's next in the Trayvon Martin case now that murder charges have been filed. More


NPR . April 11, 2012
Listen to Paul Butler speak on "Are Hate Crime Laws Necessary?" More


NPR . April 11, 2012
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about teachers being disciplined for their online activities. More


MSNBC . April 10, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses President Obama's remarks about the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. More


The Wall Street Journal . April 10, 2012
Stephen Saltzburg is interviewed in the article, "For Feds, 'Lying' Is a Handy Charge." More


NPR . April 10, 2012
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about graphic cigarette labels. More


PBS Nightly Business Report . April 10, 2012
John Whealan is interviewed about Microsoft purchasing 800 AOL patents for over $1 billion. More


Huffington Post . April 06, 2012
Alan Morrison writes the op-ed "Litigation Choices Matter: The Affordable Care Act Example." More


The Washington Post . April 06, 2012
Orin Kerr provides insight into how both Democrats and Republicans use the Supreme Court as a political instrument during campaigns. More


The New York Times . April 04, 2012
Lawrence Cunningham comments on a court challenge to a divorce settlement agreement--based on the fact one party lost most of his settlement to Madoff's ponzi scheme--a story Professor Cunningham details in his latest book, Contracts in the Real World. More


The Washington Times . April 04, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses President Obama's softening attack on the Supreme Court's impending healthcare decision. More


Huffington Post . April 03, 2012
Orin Kerr is interviewed about the Supreme Court's decision to allow strip searches without suspicion for new jail inmates. More


The Washington Times . April 02, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses why the Supreme Court looked to the future during the healthcare law debate last week. More


TIME . April 02, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on why Obamacare may stand and Justice Kennedy's swing vote. More


C-SPAN "Washington Journal" . April 02, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses arguments for and against the ability of employers to ask for information allowing them access to employees’ personal social media websites, including Facebook profiles and Twitter accounts. More


Washington Post . March 30, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on employers requesting Facebook passwords of potential employees. More


Washington Post . March 30, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses the Supreme Court's upcoming healthcare vote. More


NPR . March 28, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum comments in the article "Supreme Court's Medicaid Decision Could Reach Far Beyond Health Care." More


Politico . March 28, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum comments in the article "Medicaid ruling could have far-reaching impact." More


The Daily Beast . March 27, 2012
Paul Butler writes an article about Trayvon Martin and racial profiling. More


The Huffington Post . March 27, 2012
Laura Dickinson is mentioned in the article "A Covert Mystery, Wrapped in Classification, Inside a Contractual Black Hole." More


PBS NewsHour . March 27, 2012
Gary Solis is interviewed about Staff Sgt. Robert Bales facing 17 murder charges in connection with the Afghan massacre. More


WTOP . March 27, 2012
Jonathan Turley is interviewed in an article about the Supreme Court health care case. More


The National Law Journal . March 27, 2012
Alan Morrison comments in the article "On health care's first day, jurisdiction argument fails to stop the show." More


Bloomberg News . March 27, 2012
Alan Morrison is mentioned in the article "Let the Debate Begin." More


Mother Jones . March 27, 2012
Orin Kerr is referenced in an article about the healthcare case before the Supreme Court. More


NPR . March 26, 2012
Robert L. Glicksman is interviewed about the Supreme Court’s decision in a case involving a challenge to regulation of wetlands development by EPA under the Clean Water Act. More


Tampa Bay Times . March 26, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in the article "Health care case puts spotlight on Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court’s swing vote." More


The Christian Science Monitor . March 26, 2012
Robert Cottrol comments in an article about the Trayvon Martin case and Stand Your Ground laws. More


C-SPAN "Washington Journal" . March 26, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the makeup of the Supreme Court and compares it to the courts of the past. More


The Washington Post . March 26, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen writes the op-ed "What’s Going to Happen During 3 Days of Arguments on Health Care? More


Detroit Free Press . March 26, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum comments on self-insuring claims today and in the past. More


Los Angeles Times . March 22, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on the Supreme Court expanding defendants' rights in plea deals. More


Baltimore Sun . March 22, 2012
Lawrence Cunningham writes an op-ed about how arbitration is taking the place of trials in civil matters across the country. More


Dan Rather Reports . March 22, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on health care litigation. More


New Hampshire Sentinel Source . March 21, 2012
Paul Butler pens the op-ed, "The Rutgers Verdict Won't End Bullying." More


Associated Press . March 21, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on employers asking job seekers for Facebook login information. More


Wall Street Journal . March 21, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses the use of Twitter in criminal investigations. More


Fox News . March 20, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article on proposed laws that would prevent employers from asking for job seekers' social media passwords. More


Wall Street Journal . March 20, 2012
Lawrence Cunningham comments on the contract dispute between a wildlife artist in South Dakota and actor Kevin Costner. More


C-SPAN "Washington Journal" . March 17, 2012
Steven Schooner appears to speak about the Davis-Bacon Act and its impact on wages for publicly funded construction projects. More


Bloomberg . March 14, 2012
Charles Craver is interviewed in the article" Labor Leaders Debate Keystone Pipeline at AFL-CIO Meeting." More


Washington Business Journal . March 14, 2012
David Brunori is referenced in an article about Anthony Williams leading a panel of experts in reviewing the District’s tax code. More


The Washington Post . March 13, 2012
Wayne Blackmon is quoted in a story on antipsychotic drugs growing more popular for patients without mental illness. More


Los Angeles Times . March 12, 2012
Jonathan Turley writes an op-ed about free speech being under fire. More


The Washington Post . March 12, 2012
Dan Gordon is quoted in an article about the number of new suppliers to the U.S. government falling last year. More


Los Angeles Times . March 07, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth comments in the article "Lowering our expectations for foreclosure settlement." More


NPR . March 05, 2012
Robert L. Glicksman is interviewed in a story concerning EPA regulations of greenhouse gas emissions. More


The New York Times . March 05, 2012
Jonathan Turley comments on the article "Actress’s Privacy Lawsuit Challenges a Web Site." More


The Seattle Times . March 05, 2012
Arthur Wilmarth comments in an article about banks winning reprieve on home-equity loans in foreclosure settlement. More


Forbes . March 02, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on the court ruling that opens phones to warrantless searches. More


ABC news . February 29, 2012
Ralph Steinhardt is quoted in the article "Can Corps Accused of Abetting Torture Abroad Be Sued in U.S. Courts?" More


CNN . February 28, 2012
Jonathan Turley comments on the topic of a judge scolding an atheist activist. (Video.) More


Yahoo! News . February 26, 2012
Jonathan Turley is mentioned in the article "Penn Judge: Muslims Allowed to Attack People for Insulting Mohammad." More


Bloomberg . February 26, 2012
Art Wilmarth weighs in on banking and home-equity loan practices. More


MSNBC . February 24, 2012
Daniel Solove is mentioned in Bob Sullivan's "Before firms use 'Facebook score' to screen applicants, stop the insanity." More


WTOP Washington . February 24, 2012
John Banzhaf is mentioned in a story that questions whether the Washington Redskins name is appropriate in the wake of the controversy over remarks made about Knicks star Jeremy Lin. More


The New York Times . February 22, 2012
F. Scott Kieff is quoted in the story "Trademarks Take On New Importance in Internet Era." More


WTOP . February 22, 2012
John Banzhaf challenges "Redskins" name as racist. More


The Washington Post . February 18, 2012
Jonathan Turley writes the op-ed "Lying about receiving a Medal of Honor? It's shameful—but it shouldn’t be a crime." More


WVIR (NBC affiliate, Charlottesville, VA) . February 18, 2012
Paul Butler comments on the defense in the trial of the murder of a University of Virginia student. More


The New York Times . February 18, 2012
Steven L. Schooner comments on the new risks being assumed by contractors in areas of conflict.More


WTOP . February 17, 2012
Steven L. Schooner and research assistant Collin Swan, J.D. '09, discuss the role of contractors in the battlefield. Interview in four parts. More More More More


The Huffington Post . February 17, 2012
Naomi Cahn and co-author June Carbone present the op-ed "The Marrying Kind: How Class Shapes Our Search for a Soul Mate."More


The New York Times Quotation of the Day . February 12, 2012
Steven L. Schooner provides the Feb. 12 "Quotation of the Day" to The New York Times: "By continuing to outsource high-risk jobs that were previously performed by soldiers, the military, in effect, is privatizing the ultimate sacrifice." More


San Francisco Chronicle . February 10, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses privacy and free speech on the Internet. More


The Washington Examiner . February 08, 2012
Paul Butler is interviewed. More


Federal News Radio . February 08, 2012
Steven Schooner weighs in on the nomination of Joseph Jordan as chief of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. More


ABA Journal . February 07, 2012
Jonathan Turley is mentioned in an article on the 'Sister Wives' lawsuit. More


Fox News . February 02, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted on the Supreme Court's ruling on police searches using GPS technology. More


The National Law Journal . February 02, 2012
Paul Schiff Berman discusses GW Law's plans to launch a health care law and policy program in the fall of 2012, as well as the supporting $1 million gift from an anonymous donor. More


United States Courts . February 01, 2012
Catherine Ross is interviewed in a podcast about the 1969 Tinker v. Des Moines case. More


AlterNet . January 31, 2012
Naomi Cahn co-writes an article about birth control benefits and why religious conservatives have it wrong. More


The Huffington Post . January 31, 2012
Naomi Cahn co-writes an article about birth control benefits and why religious conservatives have it wrong. More


Government Technology . January 30, 2012
The Data Privacy Day event held at GW Law is mentioned. More


The New York Times . January 30, 2012
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in the story "An Iraqi Massacre, a Light Sentence and a Question of Military Justice." More


Detroit News . January 30, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen's comments on the Supreme Court's GPS tracking ruling are mentioned. More


Nashua Telegraph . January 30, 2012
Mary Cheh is quoted in a story about D.C. statehood discussions. More


Boston Globe . January 30, 2012
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in the story "Vermont juror's use of Internet prompts new trial." More


ABC News . January 30, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the story "Evangelical Churches Catch Suits From 'Spirit' Falls." More


The Washington Post . January 30, 2012
Stephen A. Saltzburg discusses the Justice Department's probe into the 2001 anthrax attacks. More


NPR . January 26, 2012
Orin Kerr says questions about different forms of tracking remain unresolved in Supreme Court ruling on GPS tracking. (Audio.) More


NPR . January 24, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in the article "High Court: Warrant Needed For GPS Tracking Device." More


The Washington Post . January 24, 2012
Orin Kerr comments in the article "Sen. Rand Paul and TSA tiff: It’s personal now." More


NPR . January 24, 2012
Orin Kerr comments on the Megaupload copyright infringement case. (Audio). More


San Jose Mercury News . January 23, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article on warrantless electronic tracking that awaits U.S. Supreme Court ruling. More


Scripps Howard News Service/infozine.com . January 20, 2012
Arturo Carrillo and Dawn Nunziato are the organizers of GW Law's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Distinguished Speaker Series. The January installment of the series featuring Frank La Rue, U.N. special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, is mentioned. More


Berthoud Recorder . January 18, 2012
Jonathan Turley is quoted in a story about the National Defense Authorization Act. More


CNN . January 16, 2012
Daniel J. Solove discusses facial recognition technology. More


The Week . January 16, 2012
Daniel J. Solove is quoted in a story about how the Internet has affected the evolution of gossip. More


The Washington Post . January 16, 2012
Jonathan Turley writes the op-ed "10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free." More


The Washington Post . January 16, 2012
Jeffry Rosen reviews “Public Parts: How sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live" by Jeff Jarvis. More


NPR . January 12, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses the concept of the "lesser of evils" at it relates to presidential candidates and fluctuating voter interest. More


NPR . January 12, 2012
Ira C. Lupu is quoted in the story "Justices Rule Ministers Exempt from Anti-Bias Laws." More


Federal News Radio . January 12, 2012
Daniel I. Gordon is interviewed for the story "Acquisition workforce, contract management top CAO priorities." More


NPR . January 11, 2012
Ira C. Lupu comments on a federal court ruling that Oklahoma cannot implement a state ban on Islamic Shariah law. More


The Takeaway . January 09, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed for the story "Supreme Court May Hear Challenge to Ban on Foreign Political Contributions." More


Chronicle of Higher Education . January 09, 2012
Thomas D. Morgan discusses the results of a report that examines whether law students could be doing more to secure employment in a challenging job market. More


Chicago Tribune . January 09, 2012
Jonathan Turley is mentioned in Steve Chapman's opinion column comparing President Obama to Dick Cheney and other political figures titled "Mirror images?" More


Reuters . January 03, 2012
William E. Kovacic is quoted in the story "Dealtalk: U.S. antitrust bodies flex muscle as firms test limit." More


2011 News Items

San Antonio Express-News . December 28, 2011
Steven Schooner is quoted in the story "Soldiers gone, but contractors remain in Iraq." More


The Houston Chronicle . December 28, 2011
Steven Schooner discusses the continued presence of U.S. contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan even as U.S. troops come home. More


Huffington Post . December 21, 2011
Paul Butler's book, "Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice," is featured in an article by Mark Anthony Neal. More


New York Times . December 21, 2011
Paul Butler discusses jury nullification in a New York Times op-ed. More


C-SPAN . December 20, 2011
Jonathan Turley talks about surveillance and privacy issues and U.S. citizens' loss of privacy protections. More


E! Online . December 19, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the story "Will Sister Wives stars beat Utah’s bigamy law?" More


MSNBC . December 16, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen discusses health care reform and immigration cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. (Video.) More


Los Angeles Times . December 13, 2011
Jonathan Turley writes an op-ed on criminalizing intolerance. More


The Huffington Post . December 13, 2011
Spencer Overton is quoted in an article on voter ID laws. More


The Times-Picayune . December 13, 2011
Jonathan Turley explains how an "honest services" issue decided by the Supreme Court in Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling's appeal could affect former Rep. William Jefferson's appeals of his convictions.More


The New York Times . December 12, 2011
Charles Craver is quoted in a story about the Labor Board dropping a case against Boeing. More


The Washington Post . December 12, 2011
Todd Peterson is quoted in the story "Holder faces House Republicans over health-care law, 'Fast and Furious.'" More


MyLaw.net . December 12, 2011
Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in the article "Attack on case method misguided." (Includes audio). More


The New York Times . December 05, 2011
William E. Kovacic is quoted in the story "Google Chairman Gets a Chance to Make His Case in Europe." More


Bend Bulletin . December 05, 2011
Lisa Schenck is quoted in a story about the Pentagon's efforts to strengthen its anti-rape campaign, and related challenges. More


NPR . December 01, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen discusses interpreting the Constitution in the digital era. More


McClatchy . December 01, 2011
Lisa Schenck is quoted in an article discussing the Pentagon's ambitious but imperfect response to sexual assaults. More


CNN . November 30, 2011
Daniel Solove comments on an impending Supreme Court case involving a pilot with HIV and his fight for privacy. More


Senate Committee on the Judiciary . November 30, 2011
Alan Morrison provides testimony to the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights about the proposed balanced budget constitutional amendment. More


Law 360 . November 30, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in an article discussing limits on rating agencies' use of the First Amendment to shield themselves from securities litigation. More


The Bellingham Herald . November 29, 2011
Lisa Schenck is quoted in an article about the military's anti-rape campaign. More


NPR . November 29, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed about Judge Rakoff's rejection of the SEC's $285 million settlement with Citigroup. More


News and Observer . November 28, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in an article about the dispute over Taliban tweets. More


The New York Times . November 28, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen reviews "Free Ride" by Robert Levine for the Sunday Book Review. More


The New York Times . November 28, 2011
Charles Craver is quoted in the article: Republican Might Quit Labor Board. More


Stanford University - Hoover Institution . November 23, 2011
F. Scott Kieff's essay discussing current patent policy and the future of the patent system. More


WABC - John Batchelor Show . November 23, 2011
F. Scott Kieff discusses patent policy. More


NPR . November 21, 2011
Naomi Cahn discusses the legal side of the reproductive medical industry. More


House Judiciary Committee . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr testifies before the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security on "Cyber Security: Protecting America's New Frontier." More


NPR . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr discusses his recent congressional testimony on topics including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act on "All Things Considered." (Audio and transcript.) More


Fox News . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr is mentioned regarding his recent congressional testimony on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. More


Wired . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr is featured in the story "Anti-Hacking Law Criminalizes Most Computer Users, Former Prosecutor Says." More


CBS News . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr is quoted and his recent congressional testimony is mentioned in the story "DOJ: Fibbing on web sites should be a crime." More


The Washington Post . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr weighs in on license plate cameras. More


The Wall Street Journal . November 20, 2011
Orin Kerr is mentioned in the story "Document Trove Exposes Surveillance Methods." More


The Japan Times . November 18, 2011
Thomas J. Schoenbaum co-authors the op-ed "Japan has viable opitons on the TPP conundrum: Why not use one?" More


The Wall Street Journal . November 18, 2011
Orin Kerr comments in an article about online legal agreements. More


C-SPAN3 . November 18, 2011
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. testifies about community banks before a House Financial Services Committee subcommittee. (Video.) More


The Wall Street Journal . November 17, 2011
Jeffrey Manns discusses the reputational fallout from Standard & Poor's erroneous downgrade of France. More


The Washington Post . November 16, 2011
Mary Cheh discusses why DC Council members don't see a reason to break up the Occupy DC camps. More


The Daily Beast . November 15, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article on a case against the military for alleged inaction on rape. More


The New York Times . November 15, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen discusses “Rights Gone Wrong” by Richard Thompson Ford in the Sunday Book Review. More


The Washington Post . November 14, 2011
Jonathan Turley writes an op-ed about privacy issues surrounding a Supreme Court GPS case. More


NPR . November 14, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen comments on the sex abuse scandal at Penn State.(Audio.) More


NPR . November 14, 2011
Daniel Solove discusses the Supreme Court GPS case. (Audio.) More


The Washington Post . November 11, 2011
Thomas D. Morgan is mentioned in a "D.C. Wire" online post, "Attorney General Nathan enlists experts to advise on Noel’s nomination." More


Verdict (Justia.com) . November 11, 2011
Neil H. Buchanan posted the column "When Is a Tax Not a Tax? Exposing the False Claim That Social Security Taxes Are Not Really Taxes." More


Clarin.com (Zona) . November 11, 2011
Dawn Nunziato is featured by an Argentinian news source in the article "En Internet también se libran varias batallas por la libertad de expresión." More


Bloomberg BusinessWeek . November 11, 2011
Charles Craver is quoted in an article about whether the recent repeal of an Ohio law limiting collective bargaining for public employees will have a national impact. More


Kaiser Health News . November 08, 2011
Suzanne Jackson and GW Law's Health Insurance Counseling Project is referenced in an article about seniors saving money on a Medicare drug plan. More


NPR . November 08, 2011
Spencer Overton is interviewed about new, tighter voter I.D. laws (audio). More


St. Petersburg Times/The Miami Herald . November 08, 2011
Robert Glicksman is quoted in an article about the consequences of EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions. More


Reuters . November 07, 2011
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about a police GPS tracking case to be heard by the Supreme Court. More


The Washington Post . November 07, 2011
Catherine Ross is quoted in the story "Justin Bieber paternity accuser: What could her ‘credible evidence’ be?" More


U.S. News & World Report . November 07, 2011
Paul Schiff Berman is interviewed in the Q&A "Law Jobs Exist Where Students Don't Look, Dean Says." More


NPR . November 07, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen discusses a Supreme Court case dealing with new technology and the Fourth Amendment. (Audio.) More


The National Law Journal . November 03, 2011
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted in the article "Dodgers sale could narrow McCourt's malpractice claim against Bingham." More


NPR . November 02, 2011
Robert Glicksman is quoted in a story on a wetlands development enforcement case pending before the Supreme Court. More


NPR . November 01, 2011
Jonathan Turley is interviewed in the article: Facing Stiffened Opposition, Obama Goes It Alone. More


TIME Magazine . October 31, 2011
Joan Schaffner is quoted in the article "After the Ohio Tragedy: How to Buy a Tiger." More


The Washington Post . October 27, 2011
Mary Cheh is quoted in the story "D.C. ethics board: Laws on behavior of government officials ‘not sufficient.'" More


C-SPAN . October 25, 2011
Joan Schaffner discusses how states deal with the ownership of exotic animals and also how they deal with welfare and safety concerns, giving context to concerns arising from a recent incident in Ohio. More


The New York Times . October 25, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in an article about the current Olympus fraud case involving their American-based merger and acquisition manager. More


The Huffington Post . October 24, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted via his blog in the story "Federal Judge Shoots Down Congress' Challenge To Obama's Actions In Gaddafi's Libya." More


The Sacramento Bee . October 21, 2011
Richard Pierce is quoted in the article "Disability benefits program on unsustainable financial path." More


The New York Times . October 20, 2011
Paul Butler urges candidates running for office in the United States to take a quiz on the history of American racism and imperialism and subordination of women and gay people in the NYT's Room for Debate blog. More


The Toronto Star . October 19, 2011
Donald Clarke discusses China's legal system and how it may deter Good Samaritans from helping accident victims. More


The Washington Post . October 18, 2011
Paul Butler participated in a live online chat with Washington Post readers about whether President Obama maintains strong voter support in the African American community. More


The Washington Post . October 17, 2011
Robert Tuttle is interviewed in a story about the resolution of a lawsuit against the District over a multimillion-dollar partnership with a Christian shelter that required the homeless to attend worship services. More


Reuters . October 17, 2011
Sean Murphy is interviewed in a story about an alleged plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, and how it may have violated a U.N. treaty protecting diplomats and could escalate the crisis to an international court. More


Bloomberg Law . October 17, 2011
Naomi Cahn is interviewed about federal and state regulation of sperm donations and the welfare of donor-conceived children. More


C-SPAN . October 12, 2011
Jeffrey Axelrad offers expertise at a hearing held by The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Commercial and Administrative Law on H.R. 1996, the Government Litigation Savings Act. Under the proposed bill, environmental groups would be limited from filing repeated lawsuits against natural resource agencies. More


The Washington Post . October 12, 2011
Mary Cheh discusses Wall Street protester encampents in Washington, DC. More


NPR . October 11, 2011
Jonathan Turley is interviewed about his recent op-ed: Obama 'Devastating' For Civil Liberties (audio). More


The Huffington Post . October 11, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the article: Obama's War On Terror: Civil Libertarians Decry Being 'Stabbed In The Back' More


The Huffington Post . October 11, 2011
Steven Schooner is quoted in an article about the number of private military and security contractors killed in Afghanistan and Iraq. More


The Wall Street Journal . October 10, 2011
Jeffrey Manns discusses what the SEC would need to prove for a successful suit against Standard & Poor's. More


SCOTUSblog . October 07, 2011
F. Scott Kieff lends his expertise to a conversation about patent issues and cases before the Supreme Court this term. More


The Auto Channel . October 05, 2011
John F. Banzhaf III on the IIHS report and their omission of life-saving information and SUVs. More


NPR . October 04, 2011
Paul Butler discusses cases on immigration, Medicaid, and President Obama's landmark health care law, which are expected to be heard in the U.S. Supreme Court 2011–2012 session (audio). More


The Washington Post . October 03, 2011
Jonathan Turley discusses the lack of separation of church and state in the 2012 presidential campaign. More


The Washington Post . September 30, 2011
Jonathan Turley comments on the government's challenges to state immigration laws. More


MSNBC . September 30, 2011
Daniel Solove on what information people put on social media sites that could later be used against you when looking for employment. More


The Wall Street Journal . September 30, 2011
Jeffrey Manns on the SEC's efforts to find individuals negligent for problems related to the financial crisis. More


The Washington Post . September 29, 2011
Ira C. Lupu on the church-state issue before the Supreme Court on Oct. 5 that will look at the issue of "ministerial exceptions." More


Bloomberg . September 28, 2011
Jeffrey Manns comments on the significance of the SEC's potential case against Standard & Poor's. More


The Washington Post . September 27, 2011
Naomi Cahn is quoted in an article about sperm-donor children learning their medical history. More


CNN . September 27, 2011
Jonathan Turley discusses the execution of Troy Davis. More


O Globo (The Globe) . September 22, 2011
Jeffrey Manns discusses Brazil's proposed regulation of rating agencies. More


The Daily Beast . September 20, 2011
Neil Buchanan discusses President Obama's proposed tax plan. More


The Take Away . September 19, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the Supreme Court halting a Texas execution. (Video.) More


DCist . September 16, 2011
John Banzhaf appeals Catholic University's descision to revert to same-sex dorms for on-campus students. More


The Wall Street Journal . September 16, 2011
Orin Kerr's op-ed about the government's push for stricter laws on posting false information on the Internet. More


The New York Times . September 14, 2011
Naomi Cahn on how sperm donors should not be anonymous. More


The New York Times . September 13, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen writes an op-ed on protecting our right to anonymity. More


Daily Finance . September 13, 2011
John Banzhaf is quoted in the article: Should Smokers Pay More for Health Insurance. More


Louisville Courier-Journal . September 09, 2011
Ira C. Lupu comments on church-state separation issues as related to a hospital merger. More


Las Últimas Noticias (Chile) . September 09, 2011
Naomi Cahn and her book "Test Tube Families: Why the Fertility Market Needs Legal Regulation" are referenced in an article about complexities associated with numerous offspring resulting from one sperm donor. More


Reuters . September 07, 2011
Jonathan Turley comments on civil liberties in the U.S. after 9/11. More


Reuters . September 06, 2011
Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in an article about lawsuits by the Federal Housing Finance Agency against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. More


The New York Times . September 06, 2011
Naomi Cahn is quoted in "One Sperm Donor, 150 Offspring." More


Montreal Gazette . September 06, 2011
Sean Murphy comments on the ICC's case against Gadhafi. More


Washington Examiner . September 06, 2011
Paul Butler comments on the prosecution of police officers and the perceptions of the community. More


Politico . September 05, 2011
Alumna and former chairwoman of the National Labor Relations Board, Wilma Liebman (J.D. ’74), is featured in an article about serving on the front lines of the national labor movement. More


The Huffington Post . September 05, 2011
Alumna Wilma Liebman (J.D. ’74) is featured: Outgoing NLRB Chair, Finds 'Silver Lining' In Political Rancor. More


ABC News . September 02, 2011
Naomi Cahn discusses maternity leave and employment law. More


The Washington Post . September 01, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen reviews "Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted Hacker" by Kevin Mitnick and William L. Simon. More


C-SPAN2 . August 30, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen participates in a panel discussion about WikiLeaks at an Aspen Institute forum on leaks and freedom of the press. (Video.) More


The National Law Journal . August 30, 2011
Jonathan Turley is featured as the "Appellate Lawyer of the Week" and discusses one of his current cases. More


WTOP . August 29, 2011
John Banzhaf is quoted in an article about new Catholic University students moving into same-sex dorms. More


Los Angeles Times . August 29, 2011
Daniel Solove is quoted in an article about domestic surveillance since the September 2001 terrorist attacks. More


Financial Times . August 27, 2011
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted in an article about Warren Buffett's investment in Bank of America. More


CNN . August 26, 2011
Catherine Ross and her forthcoming book "The Troubled First Amendment in Our Public Schools" is mentioned in an article concerning whether photos posted on a social media site are protected speech in an Indiana school case. More


CNN . August 25, 2011
Naomi Cahn is quoted in the story "What's fueling Bible Belt divorces." More


Huffington Post . August 24, 2011
Naomi Cahn and June Carbone on how economics in the U.S. is affecting the marriage rate. More


The New York Times . August 24, 2011
Naomi Cahn and June Carbone's Huffington Post article on economics and marriage rates is referenced in Lisa Belkin's parenting blog. More


CNN . August 24, 2011
Catherine Ross discusses the First Amendment and the limitations of school's authority in the digital age . More


The New Yorker . August 23, 2011
Lawrence Cunningham is referenced in an article concerning the U.S. and global fiscal crises. More


NPR . August 22, 2011
John Whealan is interviewed by the "America Abroad" program for a story about counterfeit goods. (Audio.) More


CNN . August 22, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is cited in Senator Al Franken's recent op-ed about corruption within the rating agencies. More


NPR . August 19, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed on "All Things Considered" about the Justice Department's investigation of Standard & Poor's. (Audio.) More


The Washington Post . August 19, 2011
Orin Kerr is quoted in the blog post "Spring 2012 SCOTUS ruling: What it could mean for health reform." More


The National Law Journal . August 18, 2011
Alan B. Morrison pens "Restore the President's Appointment Power." More


ABC News . August 18, 2011
John Banzhaf on the potential impact of a lawsuit by tobacco companies on anti-smoking marketing. More


NPR . August 18, 2011
Jeffrey Manns discusses the DOJ inquiry into the S&P's ratings of toxic mortgage securities. More


The Washington Post . August 18, 2011
Orin Kerr comments on the Supreme Court's impending decision on health care reform. More


Reuters . August 16, 2011
Orin Kerr comments on the fate of the Obama healthcare law. More


NPR . August 16, 2011
John Banzhaf comments on facial recognition technology (audio). More


The Baltimore Sun . August 16, 2011
Charles Craver comments on the Verizon strike continuing as company and workers trade barbs. More


NPR . August 16, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is interviewed in "To the Point" about Fitch Ratings' reaffirmation of the federal government's AAA rating. More


Roll Call . August 15, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in the article "Power to Rate Beats Trying to Influence." More


The Chicago Tribune . August 14, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in the article "Theories spin behind Standard & Poor's downgrade of U.S. debt rating, but some observers take move at face value." More


The Chicago Tribune . August 14, 2011
Jeffrey Manns is quoted in the article "Ratings game: Power of S&P, other top credit agencies, grew from government action." More


NPR . August 12, 2011
John Banzhaf is interviewed and voices concerns in a story about "facial profiling" issues arising from new police scanner facial recognition technology. More


The Washington Times . August 12, 2011
Jeanne M. Hauch writes an op-ed analyzing defense strategy in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case. More


Los Angeles Times . August 11, 2011
Jonathan Turley writes an op-ed in favor of preserving the congressional page program. More


The New York Times . August 10, 2011
Jeffrey Manns in the op-ed "The Revenge of the Rating Agencies" asserts that credit rating agencies are taking advantage of the country’s financial problems to increase their own political power. More


BioNews . August 09, 2011
Naomi Cahn and co-author Wendy Kramer present their views on the need for open access to information for donor-conceived individuals. More


C-SPAN . August 09, 2011
Robert Cottrol speaks at an event sponsored by the Second Amendment Foundation and Students for Concealed Carry on Campus. More


The New York Times . August 09, 2011
Jonathan Turley is interviewed on the House shutting down its page program. More


The Times of India . August 05, 2011
The India Studies Program is referenced in an article about GW's collaboration with IIT-Khargpur's Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law. More


WSWP, West Virginia (PBS affiliate) . August 05, 2011
James Starrs is mentioned in a story about a family's efforts to exhume the body of Meriwether Lewis. (Video.) More


The Washington Times . August 01, 2011
John Banzhaf is referenced in an article about Catholic University's same-sex dorm plan. More


WTHR, Indianaoplis (NBC affiliate) . August 01, 2011
Jonathan Turley is mentioned in a story about an 18-year-old facing prison time for a senior prank in Indiana. (Video.) More


C-SPAN . July 31, 2011
Michael Abramowicz on the president's authority under the 14th amendment to raise the debt ceiling. More


The Miami Herald . July 28, 2011
Neil H. Buchanan is interviewed in an article about whether President Obama can raise the debt ceiling. More


The New York Times . July 28, 2011
Ira C. Lupu is quoted extensively on the lawsuit over the placement of the "World Trade Center Cross" in a museum that will open on the site. More


The Wall Street Journal . July 28, 2011
Jeffrey Manns on the sensitive politics between ratings firms and the government. More


Bloomberg . July 25, 2011
Arthur Wilmarth is interviewed by Bloomberg on nominees to head agencies overseeing the biggest U.S banks facing Dodd-Frank queries. More


The Washington Post . July 24, 2011
Paul Schiff Berman on the need for increased need-based financial aid and loan repayment programs, but also cautioning against too-tight regulations on student debt limits which could have a negative effect on low-income students. More


The New York Times . July 22, 2011
Jonathan Turley writes the op-ed "One Big, Happy Polygamous Family." More


NPR . July 22, 2011
Orin Kerr discusses technology and the Fourth Amendment. (Audio.) More


Los Angeles Times . July 22, 2011
Cynthia Lee and her work on the gay panic defense are featured. More


New York Times . July 22, 2011
Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted in an article about the Dodd-Frank Act. More


ABC News . July 20, 2011
Neil Buchanan is quoted extensively on the debt ceiling and the constitution. More


Federal Times . July 19, 2011
Steve Schooner is interviewed by the Federal Times about contractors vs. feds and what’s behind crumbling relations? More


NPR . July 19, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the history of the 14th Amendment in regards to the ongoing debt ceiling debate. More


Fox News . July 18, 2011
John Banzhaf is interviewed on Fox News about his intent to sue Catholic University of America President John Garvey for requiring all dormitories to be single-sex. More


C-SPAN . July 15, 2011
Michael Abramowicz is interviewed about the 14th Amendment and whether President Obama should declare the debt ceiling unconstitutional. More


The Washington Post . July 15, 2011
John Banzhaf files a complaint against Catholic University President John Garvey over his plan to make the school’s dorms single-sex. More


KSL, Salt Lake City (NBC) . July 15, 2011
Jonathan Turley mentioned in story on his challenge of Utah laws as he represents cast members of TLC's 'Sister Wives.' More


Caixin Online . July 15, 2011
Donald Clarke discusses who owns the Chinese Internet in China's leading journal of business, economics, and finance. More


The New York Times | CNN | NPR's "Morning Addition" | Washington Post . July 12, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted in regards to his representation of the stars of TLC's 'Sister Wives' as they challenge Utah's polygamy law. New York Times | CNN | NPR's "Morning Addition" | Washington Post


American Public Media: Marketplace . July 12, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in an article about encrypted data and the 5th Amendment. More


The Hill . July 12, 2011
Michael Abramowicz is interviewed about the 14th Amendment and whether President Obama should declare the debt ceiling unconstitutional. More


The Hill . July 11, 2011
Jonathan Turley is quoted in an article about the Fourteenth amendment. More


Agence France Presse . July 11, 2011
Neil H. Buchanan is referenced in an article about the possibility of preventing a default if the U.S. debt ceiling is not raised by August. More


The Washington Post . July 11, 2011
Michael Abramowicz is mentioned in the article "Five myths about the debt ceiling" by Bruce Bartlett. More


MSNBC.com . July 11, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen is quoted from a previous NPR story in an article about the Fourteenth amendment. More


Verdict - Justia . July 11, 2011
Neil Buchanan defends his argument that the federal debit-limit statute is unconstitutional. More


NPR . July 07, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen comments on whether the 14th Amendment impacts the recent debt debate. (Audio and transcript featured.) More


The Washington Post . July 06, 2011
Jonathan Turley comments on the implications of criminal charges in the case of a teen whose school prank went awry in Indiana. More


Harper's Magazine . July 05, 2011
Laura A. Dickinson discusses her new book in "Outsourcing War and Peace—Six Questions for Laura Dickinson" by Scott Horton. More


CNN . July 05, 2011
Jonathan Turley comments on the Jared Lee Loughner case in a story about a new documentary on the criminally insane. More


The New York Times DealBook . July 05, 2011
F. Scott Kieff comments on patent matters in the column "In a Bill, Wall Street Shows Its Clout" by Ross Sorkin. More


CNN . July 01, 2011
Jonathan Turley is interviewed by CNN on the constitutionality of the debt ceiling. More


BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal . July 01, 2011
GW Law's "Google Books" roundtable event is featured. More


NPR . June 30, 2011
David Fontana writes an op-ed, "New Republic: Sotomayor The Symbol Of Liberal Wing." More


The New York Times . June 29, 2011
Lawrence A. Cunningham comments in the article "Madoff Victim Seeks Do-Over In Divorce Deal" More


The New Republic . June 29, 2011
David Fontana writes an op-ed, "Sonia Sotomayor: How She Became the Public Face of the Supreme Court’s Liberal Wing." More


BioNews . June 29, 2011
Naomi Cahn and Wendy Kramer present, "The birth of donor offspring rights in the USA?" More


Supreme Court of the United States . June 29, 2011
Daniel Solove's 2006 law review article was cited by Justice Breyer's dissent in the Supreme Court's June 26 opinion in Sorrell v. IMS Health, Inc. More


The Washington Post . June 28, 2011
Catherine Ross writes the op-ed, "The Supreme Court was right to strike down California’s video game law." More


Huffington Post . June 20, 2011
Naomi Cahn on expanding the employment discrimination defense manual. More


East Asia Forum . May 26, 2011
Donald Clark's article discussing China's jasmine crackdown and legal system. More


The New York Times' "Deal Book" . May 18, 2011
Jeffrey Manns on the SEC's proposed new rules to better regulate credit rating agencies. More


NPR . May 16, 2011
Nina Totenberg interviews Stephen Saltzburg on the Supreme Court's recent decision extending warrantless searches to protect evidence. More


The National Law Journal . May 11, 2011
Randall D. Eliason pens the editorial, "Did Barry Bonds Really Obstruct Justice?" More


The Huffington Post . May 10, 2011
Steven Schooner and 2L Collin D. Swan's paper, "Dead Contractors: The Un-Examined Effect of Surrogates on the Public's Casualty Sensitivity" in the forthcoming Journal of National Security Law & Policy, is discussed at length. More


In These Times . May 02, 2011
Steve Charnovitz provides comments in Noam Chomsky's "The 'Great Moderation' and the International Assault on Labor." More


DC Bar's Washington Lawyer Magazine . May 01, 2011
Gregory Maggs joins other law school deans in discussing "The Transformation of Legal Education." More


The Vancouver Sun . April 27, 2011
Michael Selmi on the sex discrimination employment case, Dukes v. Wal-Mart Inc., before the Supreme Court. More


WAMU . April 26, 2011
Listen to Peter Smith discuss the possible path of Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli's case against the Obama Administration's health-care reform law. More


The GW Hatchet . April 25, 2011
Arturo Carrillo and students Alexandra Sanchez and Mark De Barros are interviewed for their work on the International Human Rights Clinic case of Veléz v. Colombia which is slated to be heard by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights this year. More


The National Law Journal . April 21, 2011
Lawrence Mitchell has been tapped to be the new dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law. More


The Irish Times . March 14, 2011
Joan Meier comments on issues of economic status in domestic violence cases. More


The Washington Post . March 09, 2011
Charles Craver on the NFL lockout and on-going negotiations. More


The Washington Post . March 06, 2011
Jeffrey Rosen writes the op-ed, "Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court's Privacy Cop." More


St. Petersburg Times . February 28, 2011
Charles Craver on productive negotiating in employment mediation cases and what it might mean for the on-going dispute between the NFL and its players union. More


ABC World News . February 24, 2011
Orin Kerr is quoted from his Volokh Conspiracy blog post, "The Executive Power Grab in the Decision Not to Defend DOMA." More


The Miami Herald . February 16, 2011
Mary Cheh—currently in Guantánamo Bay as an observer of the US military's terrorist detention program—comments on the administration's use of plea bargains for remaining suspects. More


The Daily Caller . February 15, 2011
Ralph Nash pens, "The Case for Competition in Government Acquisitions." More


News Talk Radio 77 WABC | "John Batchelor Show" . February 15, 2011
F. Scott Kieff is interviewed about the economy, the current state of investment, and his Investor's Business Daily editorial. More


The New York Times . February 14, 2011
Ralph G. Steinhardt on the enforcement issues behind the recent $9B pollution judgment against Chevron in an Ecuadorian court. More


Investor's Business Daily . February 11, 2011
F. Scott Kieff and co-author Stephen H. Haber, both senior fellows at Stanford's Hoover Institution, pen the op-ed, "Why Business Isn't Getting 'In The Game.'" More


The Huffington Post . February 04, 2011
Naomi Cahn and her "Red States vs. Blue States" co-author, June Carbone, write the editorial, "Why Children of Top Conservatives Support Gay Marriage But Not Abortion." More


Talking Points Memo . February 02, 2011
Catherine J. Ross on the Hyde Amendment and the statutory interpretation issues behind trying to narrowly define "rape." More


The New York Times' "DealBook" . February 01, 2011
Banking and securities regulation expert Jeffrey Manns comments on Standard & Poor's decision to adjust its credit rating system to better take into account banks' capital levels. More


WAMU's The Kojo Nnamdi Show . January 25, 2011
Estate and family law expert Naomi Cahn is a guest for "Digital Afterlife: Passing On Your Passwords." More


Reuters . January 20, 2011
Arthur Wilmarth on net interest margin issues in the banking industry. More


The Wall Street Journal . January 19, 2011
Peter Raven-Hansen on the first "state secrets" case before the Supreme Court in 60 years. More


The New York Times . January 12, 2011
Fourth Amendment expert Orin Kerr is quoted from his blog on the case of Kentucky v. King before the Supreme Court that looks at warrantless searches of homes. More


The New York Times . January 09, 2011
Sara Rosenbaum on issues of access to medical drugs for the poor and recent cases alleging overcharging. More


Associated Baptist Press . January 05, 2011
"Q and A: Ira "Chip" Lupu on Past and Future Decades in Religious Liberty." More


Los Angeles Times . January 05, 2011
Jonathan Turley discusses Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's decision to speak to incoming House members about the Constitution. More


AOL News . January 03, 2011
Stephen Saltzburg on the future of Capt. Owen Honors' Navy career. More


2010 News Items

Reuters . December 29, 2010
White collar crime experts Paul Butler and Roger Fairfax on current cases alleging insider trading at hedge funds. More


The National Law Journal . December 06, 2010
F. Scott Kieff on the importance of finality in patent litigation. More


AOL News . November 11, 2010
Ira Lupu comments on Rep. Michele Bachmann's (R-Minn) plans for constitutional law education for incoming Congressmembers. More


The Wall Street Journal . November 05, 2010
Daniel Solove on online shaming. More


The New York Times . November 05, 2010
Daniel Solove on politicians and social network profiles. More


NPR . November 04, 2010
F. Scott Kieff weighs in on gene patent rules. More


The Detroit News . October 29, 2010
Senior Counselor to the President for Manufacturing Policy Ron A. Bloom's keynote address for 'The National Labor Relations Act at 75' is covered. More


FindLaw . October 25, 2010
Neil H. Buchanan on public perceptions of government employees. More


BLT: The Blog of LegalTimes . August 25, 2010
Alan Morrison shares a story with Tony Mauro about recently passed conservative commentator James Kilpatrick. More


St. Petersburg Times . August 24, 2010
Charles Craver on fighting wrongful termination. More


Fort Worth Star-Telegram . August 23, 2010
Jerome A. Barron and C. Thomas Dienes' "First Amendment Law in a Nutshell" is quoted in an op-ed about lawful speech vs. appropriate speech written by Texas Wesleyan School of Law Dean Frederic White. More


The Wall Street Journal . August 19, 2010
Theresa Gabaldon on the SEC's enforcement powers against New Jersey for alleged securities laws violations of the state's municipal bonds sales. More


The New York Times . April 16, 2010
Arthur E. Wilmarth Jr. on the inclusion of 'too big to fail' protections in the finance bill. More


Fox News . March 23, 2010
Jonathan Turley on state challenges to federal health care laws. More


The Sydney Morning Herald . March 22, 2010
Donald Clarke, an expert on Chinese law, has asked why Australia is ''giving up so quickly'' on transparency questions surrounding the trial of Rio Tinto's chief iron ore salesman in China, Stern Hu. More


CNN | Newsweek | AFP . March 17, 2010
Jonathan Siegel on issues of federalism and states' rights in the discussion of health care reform. CNN | Newsweek | AFP


Politico . March 16, 2010
Alan Morrison on the "deem and pass" legislative strategy. More


The New York Times . March 14, 2010
Lawrence A. Cunningham on the liability and role of accounting firms in the financial crisis. More


The Wall Street Journal . February 21, 2010
Jonathan Siegel on the growing tax-protester movement. More


The Washington Post . February 21, 2010
Read Jeffrey Rosen's op-ed, "Supreme Court Justice Barack Obama?" More


The Washington Post . February 21, 2010
Jeffrey Rosen takes questions for an online chat in conjunction with his Outlook editorial. More


Orlando Sentinel . February 20, 2010
2L Josh Weiss pens the op-ed, "Making a tortured case to prosecute Cheney." More


Fox5DC . February 17, 2010
Watch Paul Butler explain the legal issues behind accusations DC Councilmember Marion Barry broke conflict-of-interest laws. More


Reuters . February 04, 2010
Donald Clarke on the legal issues of Google doing business in China. More


CNN . January 02, 2010
Catherine J. Ross speaks about Miller v. Jenkins, a recent child custody case involving same-sex parents. More


2009 News Items

The New York Times' "Room for Debate" . December 03, 2009
Daniel J. Solove pens "Privacy Should Be Protected" for the topic, "Does Tiger Woods Have a Right to Privacy?" More


The Federalist Society . December 02, 2009
Watch Ira C. Lupu's remarks on religion and individual liberties at the Federalist Society's Annual Convention. More


The New York Times . November 20, 2009
Ira C. Lupu on religious institutions' rights and responsibilities under anti-discrimination sexual orientation laws. More


The Washington Post . November 13, 2009
Read Jonathan Turley's op-ed, "Outlook: When a Child Dies, Faith is No Defense, Why Do Courts Give Believers a Pass?" More


The Nation . October 28, 2009
Paul Butler's "Ten Things You Can Do to Reduce Incarceration." More


Le Monde . October 22, 2009
Daniel J. Solove and his book, The Digital Person, are profiled in this piece. More


The Chronicle of Higher Education . August 31, 2009
Daniel J. Solove on internet shaming and college gossip websites. More


CNN . August 21, 2009
Daniel Solove on online anonymity. More


The New Republic . July 17, 2009
David Fontana co-authors "Old World: Why isn't Obama appointing young judges to the circuit courts?" More


Bloomberg . July 15, 2009
Arthur Wilmarth on Goldman Sachs's record trading revenue and quarterly earnings. More


The National Law Journal . July 14, 2009
Edward Swaine on the Sotomayor hearings and the role of international law in her jurisprudence. More


The New Republic . July 10, 2009
David Fontana pens "Honduras and Constitutional Democracy." More


Salt Lake City Tribune . July 09, 2009
James E. Starrs leads the team to exhume the body of Capt. Meriwether Lewis. More


NPR's "All Things Considered" . June 29, 2009
Arthur Wilmarth discusses the Supreme Court's decision regarding a state's right to enforce its fair lending laws against banks. More


The Washington Metro Crash and Tax . June 25, 2009
Sarah Lawsky's Concurring Opinions blog post has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington City Paper, Dorf on Law, TaxProf Blog, and more. More


The New York Times . June 22, 2009
Catherine J. Ross on South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford. More


BusinessWeek . June 22, 2009
John Duffy's career and scholarship in IP law is profiled in "A Scholar-Activist Challenges U.S. Patent Law." More


Chicago Tribune . June 11, 2009
Paul Butler's editorial, "Smarter Punishment Needed," gives you a taste of his first book, Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice. More


The New York Times . June 02, 2009
Donald Clarke pens "Lawsuits as Criticism" as part of the "China's New Rebels" editorial series. More


The Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life . May 24, 2009
Robert W. Tuttle and Ira "Chip" Lupu discuss how some states are trying to reconcile potential conflicts between the legalization of gay marriage and the free exercise of religion. More


The Boston Globe . May 24, 2009
Alan Morrison on the need for Supreme Court reforms. More


CQ Researcher . May 15, 2009
Naomi Cahn on possible regulations of fertility medicine. More


The Associated Press . May 13, 2009
Frederick Lawrence on hate crimes and the criminal justice system. More


Crain's Detroit Business . May 10, 2009
Neil Buchanan on the salary and leadership divide between men and women at law firms. More


The Wall Street Journal . May 07, 2009
Arthur Wilmarth on the stability of our financial institutions and the possibility the banks will need additional capital. More


Forbes . April 27, 2009
Carole Montgomery and Jessica Tillipman on interning during challenging economic times. More


Fox News . April 27, 2009
Lawton Cummings on the legal issues of trying the Somali pirate in U.S. District Court. More


D.C. Examiner . April 18, 2009
Thomas Buergenthal on his book 'A Lucky Child: A Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a Young Boy.' More


NPR's "Tell Me More" . April 06, 2009
Paul Butler and NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg discuss Attorney General Eric Holder's decision to dismiss the indictment against former Sen. Stevens. More


The New York Times . March 17, 2009
Lawrence A. Cunningham pens the op-ed "A.I.G.'s Bonus Blackmail." More


Fox Business . March 17, 2009
Steven Schooner on the possible legal issues if the A.I.G. bonuses aren't paid. More


WYPR . March 11, 2009
Naomi Cahn speaks on the legal and ethical issues of reproductive technology. More (3/11 at noon)


San Francisco Chronicle . March 01, 2009
Daniel Solove's book, The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor and Privacy on the Internet, is a 'Business Bookshelf' recommendation. More


The Baltimore Sun . February 25, 2009
Naomi Cahn co-authors the editorial "Limiting Reproduction." More


NPR's "Talk of the Nation" | Boston Globe . February 23, 2009
Daniel J. Solove on free speech and the internet. NPR's "Talk of the Nation" | Boston Globe


The New York Times . February 12, 2009
Daniel J. Solove on privacy issues concerning court documents online. More


National Journal . February 09, 2009
Steven L. Schooner on the rules governing the revolving-door issue of lobbyists becoming government employees. More


Reuters . February 05, 2009
Jonathan Siegel on nominating the next justice to the Supreme Court. More


The Associated Press . February 02, 2009
John Bessler on the history of the death penalty in the U.S. More


The Associated Press | CNN | U.S. News & World Report | The Washington Post | The Pew Forum | USA Today | The Christian Science Monitor . February, 2009
Ira "Chip" Lupu on the constitutionality of hiring practices at faith-based organizations, Bush's legacy and Obama's plans. More


The Washington Times . January 28, 2009
Jonathan Turley on the constitutionality of the D.C. House Voting Rights Act. More


The Wall Street Journal . January 28, 2009
Steven Schooner on the issue of former government officers working for private contractors. More


USA Today . January 13, 2009
Ira C. Lupu on the constitutionality of faith-based and other community organizations. More


Wired | AP | The Daily Breeze . January 08, 2009
Orin Kerr, serving as pro bono co-counsel to the defense in the Lori Drew case, discusses why failing to follow a website's terms of service agreement does not amount to a violation of the law. Wired | AP |The Daily Breeze


Los Angeles Times . January 07, 2009
Roger Schechter on using your name in your brand and trademark violation issues pertaining to a lawsuit filed by Larry Flint against his nephews. More


NPR's "All Things Considered" . January 07, 2009
Steven Schooner on federal contracting preferences afforded to Alaskan Native businesses. More


The Guardian . January 06, 2009
Robert Brauneis researches the origins and copyright legalities of "Happy Birthday to You." More


KRCL's "Radio Active" . January 05, 2009
Lawrence Mitchell gives listeners historical background and thoughtful insight of the stock market to help explain our current economic crisis. Listen


The Christian Science Monitor . January 04, 2009
Ira Lupu on the Bush administration's faith-based hiring initiative and whether the new Obama administration will make changes. More


The Miami Herald . January 02, 2009
Tanya Hernandez on the impact an Obama presidency is having on Latin American nations. More


USA Today . January 02, 2009
John Banzhaf on the tobacco industry and fire-safe cigarettes. More