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“The Latest: Gorsuch Won't Be 'Robotic Vote.'’’

March 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley is mentioned in the Associated Press about how presidents tend to avoid nominating candidates who might attract opposition.

“Senate's Top Democrat Opposes Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch”

March 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in USA Today about the differences between Judge Gorsuch and Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Feds: Trump DC Hotel Not in Violation of Government Lease”

March 23, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in the Associated Press and called Thursday's ruling unpersuasive and damaging to the credibility of the GSA.

“Thousands of Trump University Students File to Get Their Money Back”

March 23, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by CNN about the former Trump University student who wants to take the President to trial.

“Is It Age Discrimination If You Don’t Know You’re Being Discriminated Against?”

March 22, 2017

Michael Selmi is quoted in ProPublica about a series of cases that are making it easier for companies to discriminate against older employees.

“Gorsuch Is the Intellectual the Court Needs”

March 22, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the confirmation hearings of Judge Neil Gorsuch, and why he is the gold standard for a nominee.

“The Trump Organization Says It's Vetting Deals for Conflicts—But Refuses to Say How”

March 21, 2017

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in Mother Jones about how lax vetting has been a recurring theme for Trump and his company.

“The 'Trump Bump' for Law Schools Is (Kind of) a Thing”

March 20, 2017

Sophia Sim is quoted in The National Law Journal about how the political climate has emerged as a major theme in the admissions cycle.

“Curry Poised to Remain as OCC Chief Beyond End of Term”

March 20, 2017

Arthur E. Wilmarth writes in Bloomberg BNA about Tom Curry and how he has maintained a more independent posture towards the big banks.

“Trump's Washington Hotel Is a Bridge Too Far for Fair Competition”

March 20, 2017

Steven L. Schooner and Alan B. Morrison write in The National Law Journal about Trump's conflicts of interest.

“Third Circuit Doesn’t Resolve Standard for Forced Decryption Under the Fifth Amendment”

March 20, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Washington Post about a pending 3rd Circuit case on the Fifth Amendment standard for compelling the decryption of a hard drive.

“The First Brick in the Wall”

March 19, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in ProPublica in regards to the Trump administration’s announcement of a $600 million bidding contest for the wall.

“What Impact Will Judge Gorsuch Really Have on the Supreme Court?”

March 19, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about how Judge Gorsuch’s tendencies may not effect the pattern of Supreme Court decisions.

“Trump Is Fast Blowing His Political Capital”

March 18, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Americans still know surprisingly little about what Trump really wants from being president.

“Could the GOP Health Bill Make It Harder to Buy Insurance?”

March 17, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Politico about the argument in the health policy world about how consumers will shop for health insurance.

“Trump’s Budget Blueprint: Pulling Up the Diplomatic Drawbridge”

March 16, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Foreign Policy about what will happen if Washington chooses to take a less active role at the World Bank.

“Trump Faces Major Hurdles — And His Own Words — In Challenging Rulings Against His New Travel Ban”

March 16, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Los Angeles Times about how the legal battle over the constitutionality of Trump’s ban stretches on.

“Trump's New Travel Ban Was Blocked. How Did It Happen, and What's Next?”

March 16, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Guardian about the new ban affecting future rulings.

“Polluters Could ‘More Easily’ Commit Crimes Under Cuts”

March 16, 2017

Emily Hammond is quoted in The Daily Astorian about how federal budget cuts add pressure on states to enforce environmental laws.

“Judicial Watch Still Waiting for Hillary Clinton’s Emails to be Released”

March 16, 2017

Jeffrey Axelrad is quoted in The Washington Times about how Trump’s political team at the RNC is suing the president’s executive departments.

“Trump and Automakers Target EPA Mileage Rules”

March 15, 2017

Emily Hammond is quoted in Climate Central in regards to Trump’s desire to roll back EPA/NHTSA fuel economy rules.

“Cutting Planned Parenthood Would Increase Medicaid Births, C.B.O. Says”

March 14, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The New York Times about how defunding Planned Parenthood would increase Medicaid spending.

“Nonprofit Hospitals Focused More on Community Needs Under the ACA. That May Change.”

March 14, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Washington Post about how the Republican-controlled Congress works to scrap the Affordable Care Act.

“Trump’s Revised Travel Ban Must First Survive Challenges in Courts”

March 14, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about how Trump’s new order is narrower in language and more supported.

“Boom, Bust & The Travel Ban”

March 13, 2017

Neil Ruiz speaks to NPR’s “1A” show about the impacts of the travel ban.

“Opposing President Trump Is the New Article of Faith for Lawyers”

March 13, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and the obstruction of executive power.

“One of the US’s Greatest Gifts to the Global Economy is Under Threat from Trump”

March 13, 2017

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in Quartz about the Trump administration and what they could do to the FCPA.

“Gujarat National Law University Holds Lecture on Donald Trump”

March 13, 2017

Susan L. Karamanian is mentioned in The Times of India about the role of the president in maintaining law and order.

“The Sly War Being Waged Against Universities”

March 12, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the ongoing crisis atmosphere in academia.

“The Republican Plan to Slash Medicaid, Explained”

March 10, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is mentioned in Vox about her study in regards to Medicaid expansion.

“We Need an Independent Look at the FBI's Handling of Trump's Campaign”

March 10, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman writes in The Hill about the need for an independent investigation of the FBI’s actions concerning the Trump campaign.

“Give Foreign Scholars a Printout of Regulations to Show Customs Agents”

March 10, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III writes to The Chronicle of Higher Education in response to an article about a French professor who was detained at an airport.

“Merchant Banking Supports 40% of Renewable Energy Investments, Study Finds”

March 10, 2017

Michael Selmi is quoted in American Banker about the creation of a database to track misconduct by bankers.

“Suing Trump on Ethics? Good Luck Making Your Case”

March 09, 2017

Steven L. Schooner and Alan B. Morrison are quoted in Politico about Trump’s new conflict.

“Is This the Lawsuit That Could Bring Down Trump’s Presidency?”

March 09, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Vanity Fair about the two D.C. restauranteurs suing Trump for using his office to steal business from his competitors.

“2 Occupiers Found Guilty of Conspiracy for Roles in Oregon Standoff”

March 09, 2017

Stephen A. Saltzburg speaks to KOPB-FM about the guilty verdicts in the 2016 takeover of a national wildlife refuge.

“Discredited Obama-Era Insiders Back From the Dead to Slam Trump”

March 08, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the raging controversies over secret surveillance and new healthcare plans.

“Trump Invites Bids to Build Wall, Cites Importance of ‘Aesthetics’”

March 08, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in ProPublica about the Trump administration’s apparent demand for a wall with style.

“The Predictable Pattern Behind Trump’s Wiretapping Claim”

March 07, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about President Trump tweeting that President Obama tapped his phones during the campaign.

“Why the Supreme Court Should Have Term Limits”

March 07, 2017

Alan B. Morrison writes in The Dallas Morning News about Supreme Court justices and limiting their active service to 18 years.

“Public Clinics Fear Federal Cuts to Planned Parenthood Would Strand Patients”

March 07, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum speaks to NPR about the consequences of preventing Planned Parenthood from receiving Medicaid reimbursements.

“No, They Don't, Mr. Pruitt”

March 07, 2017

Robert L. Glicksman writes for The Center for Progressive Reform about Scott Pruitt and the state of the nation's health and environment.

“Conservatives Ponder Expansion of Congressional Review Act“

March 07, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted in E&E about Congress and agencies greatly expanding the reach of the Congressional Review Act.

“Russia Controversy Remains Major Distraction for Trump White House”

March 07, 2017

Alan B. Morrison is quoted in Voice of America about Trump demanding an investigation involving Obama and the alleged wiretapping.

“Why Jeff Sessions Must Resign”

March 07, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman writes in The Hill about Jeff Sessions and his misleading statements.

“Republicans’ Changes to Medicaid Could Have Larger Impact Than Their Changes to Obamacare”

March 07, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The New York Times about how states would be unable to respond to changes in the health care over time.

"Today the Ingredients are Present to Improve the Competition" (In Spanish)

March 07, 2017

William E. Kovacic is quoted in La Nacion about the importance of the arrival of new investments in any country.

“Is President Trump's New Travel Ban Legal?”

March 06, 2017

Jonathan Turley speaks to BBC World Service about Trump’s new executive order and if there’s a possibility of it being blocked.

"Rush Begins for Contractors Who Want in on Border Wall Construction"

March 06, 2017

Steven L. Schooner discusses the awarding of contracts to build a wall along the southern border on NPR's "Morning Edition."

“Five Takeaways from Trump’s New Travel Ban”

March 06, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill about President Trump’s updated travel ban.

"The Defense of Competition Favors the Sectors with the Lowest Incomes" (In Spanish)

March 06, 2017

William E. Kovacic is quoted in Clarin about countries affected by Donald Trump’s protectionism.

"Planned Parenthood Saved My Life. I Want to Protect It for My Children, Grandchildren."

March 06, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in the Bangor Daily News about the role of Planned Parenthood in the public health system.

“Trump’s New Travel Ban Raises the Same Silicon Valley Objections”

March 06, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted in The Washington Post about Silicon Valley’s reaction to Trump’s travel ban.

"March Madness Stats & Fun Facts"

March 06, 2017

W. Burlette Carter discusses in WalletHub the biggest issues facing the NCAA today.

"What to Know about the H-1B Visa Program"

March 05, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted by CNN about changes to the H-1B visa program.

"If Feds Strip Planned Parenthood's Funding, California Would be Especially Hard Hit"

March 05, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by KQED-FM about the impact of cutting federal funds for Planned Parenthood in California.

"Donald Trump's Worst Deal"

March 04, 2017

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in The New Yorker about whether President Trump's plan to build a hotel in Azerbaijan violated the Foreign Corrup

"Trump's Second-Rate Reagan Impression: Supply-Side Economics Will Work - for the Ultra-Rich"

March 04, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in Salon about President Trump taking credit for debt reduction during his first month in office.

"Everything You Need to Know about FISA Wiretaps"

March 04, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted by ABC News Radio about President Trump's suggestion that former President Obama ordered wiretaps on Trump Tower prior to the election.

“Is the Press Brave Enough to Battle Trump?”

March 03, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how the press can be played by President Trump.

"Moral Outrage Shrouds Reality of Russian Hacking Case"

March 03, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about moral outrage at the notion of Russian attempts to influence the election.

“The Return of the Firing Squad”

March 03, 2017

Phyllis Goldfarb is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about the elusive search in the modern era for humane methods of execution.

"Is the Press Brave Enough to Battle Trump?"

March 03, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about President's Trump relationship with the press.

"Did Sessions Commit Perjury During Confirmation Hearing?"

March 03, 2017

Jonathan Turley discusses whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions should be charged with perjury on FOX News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor.

“'Russia Frustrations': Sessions Will Keep Impeachment 'Predators' at Bay — For Now”

March 03, 2017

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in CBC News in regards to Jeff Sessions’ false statement at a Senate confirmation hearing.

“What the Law Says About the Perjury Allegations Against Jeff Sessions”

March 02, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted by ABC News about Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing exchange on Russia.

“Prosecutor General of Trump Steers Away from Inquiries into Ties with Russia”

March 02, 2017

Laura Coates is quoted in O Globo (Brazil) in regards to the meetings Jeff Sessions had with Russian officials.

“An Indian Community That Sends the Most Workers and Students to the US Now Fears America”

March 01, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Quartz India about students finding ways to join universities to stay and work in the U.S.

“Congress Wants Land Agency to Ignore the Facts and Future”

February 28, 2017

Robert L. Glicksman co-authored an article in The Center for Progressive Reform about Republican efforts to wipe away Obama-era regulations.

“Unfilled Antitrust Posts Stir Uncertainty for Companies with Merger Plans”

February 27, 2017

William E. Kovacic is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about how the Trump administration has not filled top antitrust enforcement posts.

“The Used Car That Came with a Special Option: A GPS Device Secretly Installed By the Police”

February 27, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a new case, United States v. Wood, and the Fourth Amendment.

“Warren Buffett Is One Stock Picker Who Believes He Can Still Beat the Market”

February 27, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in The Wall Street Journal in regards to how Buffett reasserts faith in his ability to pick winners and losers.

“In Buffett's Annual Letter to Shareholders, Berkshire Hathaway Reports $27.5 Billion Gain in Net Worth”

February 26, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in The Omaha World Herald in another story about Warren Buffett's annual shareholder letter.

"Warren Buffett Suggests Shift from Berkshire's Long-Term Perspective"

February 26, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in The Financial Times about Warren Buffett's annual shareholder letter, released over the weekend.

“What Happens If Trump Privatizes Social Security?”

February 26, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about a possible new world of private retirement accounts.

"Keeping with Tradition, Buffett Avoids Politics in Annual Letter to Shareholders"

February 25, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in The Omaha World Herald about Warren Buffett's shareholder letter did not discuss current politics.

“Why Donald Trump's Tweet about National Debt Decrease In His First Month Is Highly Misleading”

February 25, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in PolitiFact about President Trump’s tweet reporting that the National Debt went down in his first month.

“Uber Faces Accusations of Sexual Harassment (Audio)”

February 24, 2017

Michael Selmi speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on "Bloomberg Law" about the latest developments in accusations at Uber.

“‘Defunding’ Planned Parenthood Would Really Screw Paul Ryan’s District”

February 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Huffington Post about the myth that community health centers can easily absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients.

Clone of “‘Defunding’ Planned Parenthood Would Really Screw Paul Ryan’s District”

February 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Huffington Post about the myth that community health centers can absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients.

“Mayor Names Peter Newsham as District’s Police Chief”

February 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post about how Newsham’s promotion sends a chilling message for civil libertarians.

“Trump's Abuse of Judges Is Perfectly Presidential”

February 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about President Trump and the criticism of U.S. courts by past presidents.

“Judge Rejects Warrant Provision Allowing Compelled Thumbprints to Unlock iPhones”

February 23, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a provision in a search warrant that would authorize agents to compel people to unlock phones.

“Trump's Two-For-One Regulation Order Will Lead to Court Battles”

February 22, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about a regulatory agency that wants to comply with Trump’s executive order on reducing regulation.

“Week 5: Living Under An Authoritarian Regime”

February 22, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen speaks to WNYC-FM about the history of executive power in the United States.

“Unilever Deal Is Dead, But Buffett's 'Big Game' Danger Lives On”

February 22, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes for CNBC about the meaning behind Warren Buffett's aborted bid for Unilever.

“Tech's Beloved H-1B Visa is Flawed. Here's Why”

February 21, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted by CNN about how to prioritize who should get the H-1B visa.

“The Police Can’t Just Share the Contents of a Seized iPhone With Other Agencies, Court Rules”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about how the Fourth Amendment comes into play when sharing a seized phone's data.

“Supreme Court Hears Border Shooting Case as Trump's Travel Ban Awaits”

February 21, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Fox News about the Hernandez v. Mesa, in which a Mexican teenager was shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.

“Supreme Court Hears Case of Mexican Teen Slain Across Border”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Associated Press about global internet surveillance, particularly when foreigners are involved.

“Seven Key Signs That Donald Trump Knows Nothing about Economics”

February 20, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in Salon bout how Trump sowed massive confusion over the possibility of defaulting on the federal debt.

“What’s Missing in the Government’s Briefs in the Playpen Warrant Cases”

February 20, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about how government use of malware to obtain a user’s IP address is not a 4th Amendment "search."

“Brownfields Program Changes May Be Start of Broader Reforms”

February 17, 2017

Emily Hammond is quoted in E&E about how environmental regulations undergo a "rigorous" cost-benefit analysis.

“Ways to Stop Trump in His Tracks”

February 17, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how state and local governments can push back against Mr. Trump and move in different directions.

“Why Lockheed Could Protest in the Future After Trump's F-35, Boeing Call”

February 17, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Investor's Business Daily about the Procurement Integrity Act.

“What Scott Pruitt’s Confirmation Means for the EPA”

February 17, 2017

Emily Hammond is quoted in Vox about how green groups will not be able stop everything Scott Pruitt might want to do as head of EPA.

“If a Border Agent Asks You to Unlock Your Phone, Do You Have to Comply?”

February 16, 2017

Orin S. Kerr speaks to NPR’s “Here and Now’’ Meghna Chakrabarti about rights to privacy at the border when it comes to devices.

“House Vote Paves the Way for States to Defund Planned Parenthood”

February 16, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Guardian about how advocates are skeptical that other providers are primed to absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients.

"For Trump and Russia, the Fall of Michael Flynn Is Only the Beginning"

February 16, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman writes in The Hill about how the Trump administration may have conspired with Russian officials to interfere in the election.

“The Corpse of MF Global Thinks PwC Should Pay $3 Billion for Bad Advice“

February 15, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in Forbes about MF Global's bankruptcy in 2011.

“The Worst Job in Washington? Counsel to President Trump”

February 15, 2017

Steven L. Schooner writes in The Hill about Michael Flynn’s implosion as National Security Advisor.

“Why Hasn't the Government Gone After Trump for His $180 Million Breach of Contract?"

February 15, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Rolling Stone about how there are a few problems with Trump's insistence on maintaining hotel lease.

“Trump's Governing Style Pleases Supporters, Roils Critics”

February 14, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in Voice of America about how Trump sees his executive power.

“Why the Injunction Against the Travel Ban Will Hold Up in Supreme Court”

February 14, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about Judge Brinkema’s opinion in support of her preliminary injunction against the travel ban.

“The Fourth Amendment at the Border and Beyond: A Few Thoughts on Hernandez v. Mesa”

February 14, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the future of the Fourth Amendment and whether non-U.S. persons get 4th Amendment rights abroad.

“Revising The Executive Order Might Not Save It”

February 13, 2017

Robert W. Tuttle and Peter J. Smith write in The Huffington Post about the Executive Order governing immigration.

“Foreign Passports Offer Little Protection for China’s Elite”

February 13, 2017

Donald C. Clarke is quoted in The Financial Times about the growing demand for foreign passports.

“Can Federal Agents Detain Citizens at Border Checkpoints Until They Disclose Their Smartphone Passcodes?”

February 13, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about whether it is legal for the government to detain a person for a few hours to access their phone.

“Is Trump Moving Too Fast? Checks and Balances Will Slow Him Down”

February 12, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about the important checks on the power of the executive branch and president.

“Stories of Three Candidates Who Could Not Become Judges of the Supreme Court of Justice” (In Spanish)

February 12, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in Univision about Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and the fractured U.S. Senate that awaits him.

“College Is Too Late to Teach Free Speech”

February 12, 2017

Catherine J. Ross writes in The Chronicle of Higher Education about how First Amendment values should be fostered in grades K-12.

”President Considers ‘Brand New’ Refugee Travel Ban”

February 11, 2017

Paulina Vera speaks to CNN about the Trump administration’s next move after the ninth circuit declined to reinstate the travel ban. 

“Experts: Mixing Politics and Charity a Concern”

February 11, 2017

Miriam Galston is quoted in Newsday about the Johnson Amendment and the role of political activity in charitable contributions.

“Nonprofits React to Reports Trump Could Focus on Radical Islam”

February 11, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Voice of America about reports that the Trump administration will focus its counterterrorism effort only on Muslim radicals.

“Trump: Immigration System Will Not Be Tool for Terrorists”

February 11, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Voice of America about President Trump possibly taking his travel ban case to the Supreme Court.

“SCOTUS Nomination – Encounter”

February 10, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen speaks to Voice of America’s “Encounter’’ about the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

"Federal Judge Hears Virginia's 'Monumental' Challenge of Trump Travel Ban"

February 10, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by NBC4 Washington about lawyers in Virginia challenging President Trump's executive order on immigration.

“Trump Administration Keeping 'Every Single Option' Open Regarding Travel Ban”

February 10, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Voice of America about what may happen if the Trump administration decides to appeal the case to the Supreme Court.

“The 9th Circuit Ruling Has Limits, But It Shows the Power of Judicial Checks”

February 10, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about the unanimous ruling in which the U.S. appeals court refused to reinstate Trump travel ban.

“'Give Us Your Passwords'”

February 10, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Atlantic about the possibility of border agents being allowed to access the phone and online accounts of foreign visitors.

“How Much Politicking Could Churches Do If Trump ‘Destroys’ The Johnson Amendment?”

February 09, 2017

Miriam Galston is quoted by the Tax Policy Center at the Urban Institute about vows to “totally destroy” the Johnson amendment.

“Sessions Takes Reins at Justice Ready to Push Trump Agenda”

February 09, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Bloomberg about how he predicts Jeff Sessions will prove more independent than his critics assume.

“Never Has It Been Easier to Get Secret Cash to a President”

February 09, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by Mother Jones about how it is easy to direct money to the Trump family in the hopes of acquiring influence.

“What Could Churches Really Do If Trump Convinced Congress To Repeal The Johnson Amendment?”

February 09, 2017

Miriam Galston is quoted in Forbes about the Johnson Amendment and the last limitation – curbs on political activity.

“Ruling Showcases Checks and Balances”

February 09, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about how the president may face political risks if he prolongs the battle over his ban.

“3 Key Trump Mistakes That Led To the Travel Ban Court Defeat”

February 09, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Politico about why Trump did not implement formal changes to his controversial travel ban executive order.

“What We Know, and Don't, About Trump's Trust”

February 08, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by CNN about how the president nor his company have released paperwork to show how his assets are being managed.

“Facebook Fight Digital Search Warrant Rules (Audio)”

February 08, 2017

Orin S. Kerr speaks to Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Law" about who should control access to information when law enforcement is involved.

“Trump’s Supreme Court Pick: Judge Attack ‘Demoralizing’”

February 08, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill about Trump’s response to the federal courts handling the suspension of his travel ban.

“Trump, Judges on Collision Course”

February 08, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill about President Trump’s criticism of federal judges.

“Controversy Continues Over President Trump's Stake In His Properties”

February 08, 2017

Steven L. Schooner speaks to NPR about how Trump is still the primary beneficiary of his hotel and that his conflict of interest has not been resolved.

“White House’s War on Nordstrom Is So Unhip, Ethics Experts Say”

February 08, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Daily Beast about Trump’s response to Nordstrom dropping Ivanka Trump’s label.

“Ethics Experts Find Holes In Trump's Firewall Against Conflicts”

February 08, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in NPR about how Donald Trump is still benefiting from the lease over his D.C. hotel.

“Limits of Presidential Power Key Question in Travel Ban Challenge”

February 08, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in Voice of America about President Donald Trump's legal battle over his executive order on immigration.

“A Closer Look at the Fight over President Trump's Immigration Executive Order”

February 07, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted by ABC 7 about Judge Robart’s temporary restraining order against Trump’s ban.

“Reformers Dust off Plans to Kill Stale Rules”

February 07, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by E&E about how regulated companies and groups are the best source of knowledge about outdated rules.

“Time to Stand Up and Be Counted”

February 07, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes about the opposition against Trump and the early stages of his presidency.

“President Trump Still in Position to Cash in on Businesses”

February 07, 2017

Steven L. Schooner speaks to CBS News about how anyone is able to influence the president through his hotel properties.

Professor Buchanan writes in Newsweek

February 06, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes about Trump's presence in the White House and his adviser, Steve Bannon.

“Silicon Standoff”

February 06, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Vice about how tech companies are set to go against Washington over visas for foreign workers.

“Trump Immigration Ban Bound for Supreme Court, Now or Later”

February 06, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Bloomberg about Trump’s ban and the legal fight over a judge’s temporary restraining order blocking it.

"Dismantling Dodd-Frank -- And More”

February 06, 2017

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted in The American Prospect in regards to Trump “dismantling” Dodd-Frank financial reform.

“New York Court of Appeals to Hear Argument in ‘In re 381 Search Warrants’ Case”

February 06, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about search warrants and the Fourth Amendment.

“Trump Defends His Immigration Order as Fight Moves Toward Top Court”

February 06, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Bloomberg about why a three-judge panel may be reluctant to allow Trump’s temporary order to remain in effect.

“For Highest US Court, a Harvard or Yale Education Is a Must”

February 05, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Voice of America about why it is wrong to exclude all but graduates of two law schools.

“Trump: U.S. Will Win Appeal of Judge's Travel Ban Order”

February 05, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Reuters about Trump's personal attack on U.S. District Judge James Robart.

“Trump’s Attack on Federal Judge Could Backfire”

February 04, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Politico about U.S.

Professor Buchanan Writes in Newsweek

February 03, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes about the working-class voters who support President Trump.

“Google Must Turn Over Foreign-Stored Emails Pursuant to a Warrant, Court Rules”

February 03, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about why Google declined to turn over their emails outside the U.S. under the Second Circuit’s Microsoft case.

“GSA’s Next Move on Trump Lease Could Spark Court Battle”

February 03, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Bloomberg about President Trump’s Old Post Office controversy.

“A New Face for Affirmative Action?”

February 03, 2017

Christopher A. Bracey is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about the war over race-conscious admissions policies in higher education.

“Industry Braces for 'High-Tech Visa' Battle”

February 02, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted in S&P Global Market Intelligence about possible updates to the H-1B visa program.

“What Can Neil Gorsuch Do In Immigration, Trump's Choice for the Supreme Court?” (In Spanish)

February 02, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in Univision about the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

“Trump Vows To 'Destroy' Provision On Tax-Exempt Organizations”

February 02, 2017

Miriam Galston speaks to NPR's Audie Cornish about the Johnson Amendment.

“Was That Search Illegal? Sometimes, Neil Gorsuch Ruled It Was”

February 02, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The New York Times about how the Fourth Amendment applies to 21st-century communications.

“Trump’s Immigration Ban: What Happens Next”

February 02, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Bloomberg about why a judge would not analyze Trump’s executive order as a Muslim ban.

“After Nearly 2 Weeks in Office, Trump Faces More Than 50 Lawsuits”

February 02, 2017

Jonathan Turley speaks to NPR’s “Morning Edition” about Trump’s lawsuits over White House policies and personal business dealings.

“House GOP Border Tax Is a Wolf in Sheep's Clothing”

February 02, 2017

Steve Charnovitz is quoted in Forbes about the complications of the GOP tax proposal.

“How Trump Could Undo LGBTQ Rights Gains Even If He Doesn’t Repeal Obama’s Orders”

February 02, 2017

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in Vox about Trump’s leaked draft of a “religious freedom” executive order.

“What Could Gorsuch Mean for the Supreme Court?”

February 01, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is writes in Politico about President Trump’s decision to nominate Judge Neil Gorsuch.

“If Confirmed, Would Neil Gorsuch Rule Contrary To Trump's Policies?”

February 01, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen speaks to NPR about Neil Gorsuch's judicial philosophy.

“Gorsuch's Nomination Is an Unlawful Power Play That Must Be Blocked”

February 01, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman writes in The Hill about why Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States must be resisted.

“Leaked Draft of Trump’s Religious Freedom Order Reveals Sweeping Plans to Legalize Discrimination”

February 01, 2017

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in The Nation about the language of the draft that is circulating among federal staff and advocacy organizations.

“Battling Over Neil Gorsuch Is Beside the Point: The Supreme Court Needs an Institutional Overhaul”

February 01, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in the Los Angeles Times about how changes within the nation’s highest court could be accomplished.

“You Won’t Believe What Baby-Making Science Could Soon Deliver”

February 01, 2017

Sonia M. Suter is quoted by NBC News about the potential impact of IVG on reproduction.

“Picking One Justice, Trump Has Eye on Choosing a Second”

January 31, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The New York Times about how President Trump could further influence the balance of the court.

“Will Trump's SCOTUS Pick Disappoint Trump?”

January 31, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Politico about how President Trump could regret his Supreme Court pick.

“As Trump Supreme Court Pick Nears, Political Agendas Are at Stake”

January 31, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in DW.com about what the Democrats can do to oppose the confirmation of a Justice misaligned with their party's value.

“Sally Yates Is Now a Martyr for the Anti-Trump Movement. But Legally Speaking, It’s More Complicated”

January 31, 2017

Peter J. Smith is quoted in The Washington Post about how Trump's executive order may have warranted an extraordinary response.

“Gorsuch Is Perfect Choice for Supreme Court, Fulfills a Trump Promise”

January 31, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill Post about the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court.

“Official: Trump, Giuliani TV Interviews Influenced Yates’s Decision to Defy President”

January 31, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post about Yates’s letter to the Justice Department.

“Christian Leaders Question Trump's Promise To Favor Christian Refugees”

January 31, 2017

Paul Rosenzweig is quoted in NPR about the strong criticisms coming from Christian leaders in regards to Mr. Trump’s ban on admitting refugees.

“Community Health Centers Face Uncertainty Over ObamaCare Repeal”

January 30, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Hill about the changes to Medicaid and the possibility of absorbing patients from Planned Parenthood.

Professor Banzhaf on “The Joe Piscopo Show”

January 30, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III speaks to “The Joe Piscopo Show” about President Trump’s SCOTUS pick, which begins on the 19:00 mark.

“Trump’s Immigration Order Could Affect Thousands Of College Students”

January 30, 2017

Neil G. Ruiz is mentioned in Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight about how restricting students could have a negative impact on the U.S. economy.

“Trump’s Immigration Ban Promises Constitutional Showdown”

January 30, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Bloomberg about Trump’s executive order on banning Muslims and how the courts would not interpret it as a religious ban.

“Scalia's Take On EPA Rule Could Haunt Trump's Border Plan”

January 30, 2017

Emily Hammond is quoted in E&E about how Michigan v. EPA could affect the Trump administration.

“Legal Battle Looms Over Refugee Ban”

January 30, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in The Boston Herald about Trump’s executive order barring refugees and how Congress could take action.

“Democratic Politicians Need To Stop Normalizing This Illegitimate President”

January 30, 2017

Ira C. Lupu co-authored an article in The Huffington Post about Trump’s recent order barring refugees and Muslim immigrants.

“Legal Scholar on Travel Ban: Law Favors Trump”

January 29, 2017

Jonathan Turley speaks to CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS’’ about how it could be hard for the Supreme Court to reverse Trump's immigration travel ban.

“Exploiting Public Office for Private Gain”

January 29, 2017

Steven L. Schooner writes in Government Executive about why details of President Trump’s business arrangements matter.

“Who Are the Inexcusables Who Let Trump Win?”

January 28, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump’s road to the White House.

“Rogue Tweeters in Government Could Be Prosecuted As Hackers”

January 27, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Washington Post about the online campaign challenging Trump’s statements and policies.

“Executive Orders: What They Are and How Donald Trump Is Using Them”

January 26, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in CBC News about the three ways to challenge executive orders.

“Donald Trump, ‘Sanctuary City’ Mayors Set to Clash Over Immigration Policies”

January 25, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about Trump cutting off federal funds to cities that shelter illegal immigrants.

“Movement Growing to De-Legitimize the Trump Presidency”

January 25, 2017

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on FOX News' “The O'Reilly Factor” about a Democrat calling for cooperation with President Trump.

“Trump Vows 'Big Border Tax' For U.S. Manufacturers That Move Jobs Abroad”

January 25, 2017

Steve Charnovitz speaks to NPR about the repercussions for companies that make the decision to move jobs out of the U.S.

“Trump's HHS Pick: Right to Medicaid May Not Be Guaranteed Under Block Grants”

January 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in CNN about the discussions on Medicaid and whether it should change into a block grant program.

“PETA Has a Plan”

January 24, 2017

Joan E. Schaffner is quoted in Racked about PETA’s overarching goal of complete animal liberation.

“Inauguration Mass Arrest of Protesters, Journalists a Throwback With a Familiar Face, Attorneys Say”

January 24, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about the mass arrests that took place in the streets of Washington as Trump took office.

“GOP: Shop Around for Surgery”

January 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Atlantic about health savings accounts as replacements for Obamacare.

“How Much Power Does the President Have?

January 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley speaks to BBC World Service about Mr. Trump’s first executive orders of his presidency.

“Democrats To GSA: Trump Is Now In Violation Of His DC Hotel Lease”

January 23, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is mentioned in Talking Points Memo about Trump officially violating the lease agreement he entered into with the federal government.

“Under Labor Secretary Nominee Puzder, Company Hit With Race Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Lawsuits”

January 23, 2017

Michael Selmi is quoted in Capital & Main about the lawsuits involving CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc.

“Should Obama be Blamed for Trump’s Rise?”

January 22, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Obama is uniquely the cause of the Democrats' now-weak political position in Congress.

“Trump Just Vowed to Protect the Constitution — But Law Scholars Say He's Already Violating It”

January 20, 2017

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in Mic about Trump’s refusal to divest from his businesses.

“Democrats Sport ObamaCare Buttons at Inauguration”

January 20, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Fox News about Republican efforts to repeal ObamaCare.

“The GSA Canceled a Planned Statement About Trump’s Hotel-Lease Issue”

January 20, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is mentioned in New York Magazine about Trump’s complicated relationship with the GSA now that he is president.

“D.C. Hotel, Global Business Ties Complicate Start of Trump's Presidency”

January 20, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in CBS News about how Trump could still make profits off his companies.

“Trump's Washington Hotel Draws Protesters — And Ethics Concerns”

January 19, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in NPR about how Donald Trump doesn’t seem to care he will be in breach of contract once he takes office.

"Ryan Zinke's Troubling Road to Interior Secretary"

January 19, 2017

Robert L. Glicksman writes for The Center for Progressive Reform about Ryan Zinke's Senate hearing on January 18, and his stance on several issues.

“Trump Is Our President”

January 19, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the 58th Presidential Inauguration and how Trump became the 45th president.

“At Trump Hotel in Washington, Champagne Toasts in an Ethical ‘Minefield’”

January 19, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The New York Times about Mr. Trump’s continued close ties to his hotel.

“The Paradox at the Heart of China’s Property Regime”

January 19, 2017

Donald C. Clarke writes in Foreign Policy magazine about what it means to ‘own’ a home in the communist country.

“If GOP Defunds Planned Parenthood Clinics, Health Centers Can’t Handle Patient Flood”

January 19, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in McClatchyDC about how defunding Planned Parenthood could create a mini health crisis for those who depend on the organization.

“Trump’s Washington Hotel Is Hub of Inaugural Action — And Potential Conflicts”

January 19, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Washington Post about the clash between Donald Trump's business interests and presidency.

“Minnesota Court on the Fifth Amendment and Compelling Fingerprints to Unlock a Phone”

January 18, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the Fifth Amendment and a new case on the subject, State v. Diamond.

“Was Barack Obama a Transformative President?”

January 18, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about President Obama’s domestic legacy.

“How Will Trump Abuse Power? Count the Ways”

January 18, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump’s willingness to extend and abuse the powers of the presidency.

“Trump’s Washington Hotel Could Trigger Early Test of Conflicts”

January 17, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Financial Times about Trump and his unprecedented number of outstanding legal issues.

“Healthcare Without Planned Parenthood: Wisconsin and Texas Point to Dark Future”

January 17, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Guardian about Republicans preparing to defund Planned Parenthood nationally.

“Trump's Business Plan Puts Government Credibility at Risk”

January 17, 2017

Steven L. Schooner and Daniel I. Gordon write in The Hill about Trump's legal strategy to mitigate his conflicts of interest.

“GW Law launches Cybersecurity Law Initiative”

January 17, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned in The National Jurist about the new Cybersecurity Law Initiative, in which he serves as the director.

“What Does Trump Mean for Washington? We Asked 15 Smart Locals”

January 17, 2017

Christopher A. Bracey is quoted in The Washingtonian about the election cycle and race relations.

“MLK Day Program Stresses Unity”

January 16, 2017

Blake D. Morant is mentioned in Loudoun Now about the speech he gave at the 25th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” ceremony.

“Why Did So Many Americans Vote To Be Poorer?”

January 15, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Trump voters, and others too, will soon have lower incomes and worse health care.

“Can Relatives of Prisoners Shake the Shame and Demand Family-Friendly Policies?”

January 14, 2017

Donald Braman is mentioned in The Times-Picayune about his book Doing Time on the Outside: Incarceration and Family Life in Urban America.

“Trump Is Set To Violate His D.C. Hotel Lease and the Agency Holding It Has No Plan”

January 14, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Huffington Post about the GSA’s involvement with the new business structure of the Trump Organization.

“Republican States Still Face Big Health Care Costs as Obamacare is Unwound”

January 13, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Wichita Eagle about the Republican-led Congress unwinding the Affordable Care Act.

“Arts Groups Plan Thinly Veiled Protests Against Trump Inauguration”

January 13, 2017

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in The Baltimore Sun about “political activity.”

“Fact-Checking What Donald Trump’s Lawyer Said about the President-Elect’s Finances”

January 12, 2017

Randall D. Eliason is quoted in The Washington Post about President-elect Donald Trump's first news conference since being elected.

“How Donald Trump May Violate the Constitution the Second He's Sworn In”

January 12, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted on ABC News about the emoluments clause of the Constitution.

“Questions Over Trump's Plan to Avoid Conflicts of Interest”

January 12, 2017

Steven L. Schooner speaks to “CBS This Morning” about Trump handing over control of the Trump Organization to his sons and his conflicts of interest.

“Trump Plan to Donate Hotel Profits Doesn't Erase Ethics Concerns: Experts”

January 12, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted on ABC News about Trump's first news conference since being elected and the ongoing potential conflicts.

“Lawsuits Over Trump Business Threaten to Tie Up Presidency”

January 11, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Associated Press about Donald Trump’s legal disputes.

“The Geek Squad and the Fourth Amendment”

January 11, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a criminal case pending in Los Angeles before U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney.

“Trump D.C. Hotel Contractors Say They're Owed Millions”

January 11, 2017

Steven L. Schooner speaks to NPR about how several companies say they have not been fully paid for their work on Trump’s five-star hotel.

“How a New Supreme Court Justice Could Hit the Ground Running—or Not”

January 11, 2017

Alan B. Morrison is quoted in The National Law Journal about a ninth justice joining the court soon.

“Revoke the Rule”

January 11, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in The Norfolk Daily News about Donald Trump’s 100 first days in office as the nation’s new president.

“Domestic Violence Allegations Were a Missed Red Flag before Florida Mass Shooting”

January 10, 2017

Joan S. Meier is quoted in The Huffington Post about Esteban Santiago’s run-ins with the law prior to the Fort Lauderdale shooting.

“Obama Criminal Justice Reform (Audio)”

January 09, 2017

Michael Selmi speaks to Bloomberg Law about President Obama’s record on criminal justice reform.

“Hillary Clinton Helped Pave Way for Jared Kushner in the White House”

January 09, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Daily Beast about Trump appointing son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as a senior adviser in the White House.

“George Washington University Law School Launches the Cybersecurity Law Initiative”

January 09, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the launch of the Cybersecurity Law Initiative, in which he serves as the director.

“What the Democrats Should Do Now”

January 07, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Democrats need to push back against the idea that they are the mirror image of the Republicans.

“Historians as Expert Witnesses on Civil Rights”

January 07, 2017

James Peyton McCrary speaks to C-SPAN3 about historians' roles as expert witnesses, especially for civil rights cases.

“How Congress Might Crack Down On H-1B Abuse”

January 06, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted on CNN about the debating proposals surrounding the popular H-1B visa program.

“Trump to Face Sworn Deposition in Trump Tower”

January 05, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Politico about Trump’s many legal woes threatening to dog his presidency.

“Trump Tariff on GM Would Violate Nafta. That May Not Stop Him”

January 04, 2017

Steve Charnovitz is quoted in Bloomberg about Trump’s tweet targeting a single company with a tariff.

“Mosque Ruling Could Put Town 'On the Hook' for Million-Dollar Fees, Expert Says”

January 04, 2017

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by NJ.com about the court ruling against Bernards Township for its rejection of a proposed mosque.

“Can the Democrats Win Back Trump Voters?”

January 03, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Democrats are trying to think through the various reasons that the recent election did not go their way.

“Shadow Banking”

January 02, 2017

Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted in SAGE Business Researcher about the rise of shadow banking.

“Google, You Can Drive My Car”

December 31, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the development of driverless cars.

“Trump Talk of Eliminating Gun-Free Schools a Long Shot, Experts Say”

December 30, 2016

Robert Cottrol is quoted in The Arizona Republic about Trump’s proposal to eliminate gun-free zones on school campuses.

“How to be Declared ‘Persona Non Grata’ and Get Yourself Kicked Out of the United States”

December 29, 2016

Sean D. Murphy is quoted in The Washington Post about the expulsion of nearly three-dozen Russian citizens from the United States.

“Law Firms’ Accounts Pose Money-Laundering Risk”

December 26, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in the Wall Street Journal about the gap in U.S. money-laundering defenses.

“American Democracy Is On Life Support”

December 25, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how to proceed after the 2016 elections.

“Attorney Accused of Seeking Double Payment for Representing Kevin Turner in NFL Concussion Lawsuit”

December 23, 2016

Alan B. Morrison is quoted in the New York Daily News about Kevin Turner’s attorney wanting a piece of the settlement that’s going to his estate.

Professor Turley on NPR

December 22, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to NPR’s “All Things Considered’’ about a Muslim visitor registry program that was disbanded by President Obama.

"Trump's $440 Billion Weapon"

December 22, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Politico about President-elect Donald Trump’s interest in taking a direct role in federal contracting.

“Yahoo Email Scan Shows U.S. Spy Push to Recast Constitutional Privacy”

December 21, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Reuters about Yahoo Inc's secret scanning of customer emails.

“Cost of Charity Care Doubled at Penn Medicine, Thanks to Lancaster General”

December 21, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Philly.com about the cost of charity care provided by the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

“Never Normalize: Why Trump’s Presidency Is Illegitimate And How To Respond”

December 20, 2016

Ira C. Lupu co-authored an article in The Huffington Post about the legitimacy of Trump's presidency.

“Inside the Clinton Email Search Warrant”

December 20, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in ABC News about Director James Comey's "intrusion" into the election.

“Did the Warrant for Huma Abedin’s Emails Establish Probable Cause?”

December 20, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the release of the federal warrant used to search Anthony Weiner’s laptop for Abedin’s emails.

“If Not Obamacare, Then What?”

December 20, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Atlantic about Trump supporters in southern Pennsylvania calling the Affordable Care Act a let-down.

“The Ivory Tower on Corporate Governance”

December 19, 2016

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in Directors and Boards about corporate governance.

“Is Trump Serious About Rebuilding America?”

December 18, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump’s future plans to rebuild the U.S.

“What’s To Be Done About Fake News?”

December 18, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to CBS’ “Sunday Morning” about the first amendment and fake news.

“Bill of Rights Turns 225”

December 17, 2016

Robert J. Cottrol speaks to Hearst TV’s “Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien” about the Bill of Rights.

“12 Top Law Scholars Say Donald Trump Could Defy the Constitution His First Day in Power”

December 17, 2016

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in Mic about the Constitution's emoluments clause.

“New York City Officials Brace for Possible Federal Funding Cuts Under Trump”

December 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about aides and analysts heading to D.C. to try to secure funds for antipoverty programs.

“Fed's TLAC Rule Sparking Debate about End of Too Big to Fail”

December 15, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted in SNL about the Federal Reserve Board’s final total loss-absorbing capacity rule.

“Are Feds Ready to Seize Trump’s Hotel? Maybe?”

December 14, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Daily Beast about how the federal government might force Trump to divest from his D.C. hotel.

“Dem. Lawmakers: GSA Says Trump Must Give Up D.C. Hotel Stake”

December 14, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Politico about how the GSA concluded that Donald Trump will be in violation of the lease for his luxury DC hotel.

“iPhone User Can Be Forced to Produce the Passcode to His Phone, Court Rules”

December 14, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a significant new case on compelled decryption and the Fifth Amendment.

“Lawmakers: GSA Found Trump Will Breach His Hotel Lease, Absent Divestment”

December 14, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Government Executive about the absence of communication between Trump and the GSA.

“How Will Trump Deal with D.C. Hotel Conflict?”

December 14, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks to CBS News about how Trump will be in breach of contract on his D.C. hotel unless he cuts all financial ties to it.

“Democrats Say Donald Trump Is In Danger of Violating His D.C. Hotel Lease”

December 14, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Time about Trump controlling the federal government and at the same time leasing one of its properties.

“Who Owns Frozen Embryos?”

December 13, 2016

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted in The Verge about how courts grapple with the right to, and right not to, have a child.

“Wells Fargo's 'Living Will' Failure Shows Preference for Controversial Strategy”

December 13, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted in SNL about alternative strategies for resolving failures of systemically important financial institutions.

“Legal Scholars to Trump: Abide By Constitution”

December 13, 2016

Alan B. Morrison is mentioned in USA Today about law professors urging Donald Trump to reverse himself on a range of issues.

“When ‘Miranda’ Violations Lead to Passwords”

December 12, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the United States v. Ashmore case.

“Finding Marijuana Residue in Trash Doesn’t Justify Search of the Home for Drugs, Court Rules”

December 12, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a surprising Fourth Amendment decision from the Sixth Circuit.

“Custody in Crisis: How Family Courts Nationwide Put Children in Danger”

December 11, 2016

Joan S. Meier is mentioned in Salon about how family courts ignore evidence of sexual or physical abuse, putting kids in peril.

“Dems’ Top Priority Must Be to Make Elections Fair”

December 11, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how the Democratic Party’s top priority must be to protect and restore free and fair elections.

“Why Car Rental Customers Are Losing It Over ‘Loss of Use’”

December 10, 2016

Wayne R. Cohen is quoted in The Huffington Post about rising concerns about loss of use legal claims.

“International College Students Leery of Trump Could Cost U.S. Billions”

December 10, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in NBC News about how international students may be reconsidering higher education in the United States.

“Will Trump Bully Yellen at the Fed?”

December 10, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about how Trump will treat the unique political independence of the Federal Reserve.

“Can the State Try to Execute the Same Inmate Twice?”

December 08, 2016

Phyllis Goldfarb is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about an upcoming Supreme Court case and the death penalty.

Professor Banzhaf in The Washington Examiner

December 08, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in The Washington Examiner about the Black Lives Matter movement and the legal system.

“Peter Thiel Must Tread Carefully Between Trump and His Super-Secret Start-Up, Experts Say”

December 06, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in CNBC about billionaire Peter Thiel's solitary support for Donald Trump and his tie to the new administration.

“Too Big and Unable to Fail”

December 06, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth writes in the Harvard Law School Bankruptcy Roundtable about the article he co-authored on financial regulation.

“Trump Says U.S. Should ‘Cancel Order' for New Air Force One, Citing Costs”

December 06, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Nasdaq about Donald Trump’s tweet about the cost of a new Air Force One plane.

“Trump's First 100 Days: Science Education and Schools”

December 05, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Scientific American about how the new administration will champion controversial school choice policy.

“DC University Professor Calls Student Protest Groups' Demands 'Political Correctness Run Amok'”

December 05, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Fox 5 about school administrators standing up to student protest groups.

“Inside the Potential Conflict of Interest Surrounding Trump's DC Hotel”

December 05, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks to ABC News' Jordyn Phelps about Trump’s unique ethical dilemma and potential conflicts of interest.

“9th Circuit Upholds Warrantless Email Surveillance of Person in the U.S. Communicating with Foreigners Abroad When the Foreigners are the ‘Targets’”

December 05, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about his take on the United States v. Mohamud case and the Fourth Amendment.

“Appeals Court Tackles LGBT Workplace Bias Suit”

December 05, 2016

Michael Selmi appeared on Bloomberg Radio to discuss a court case that raises the question whether sexual orientation is protected under Title VII.

“Five Ways Trump Could Address His Business Conflicts”

December 04, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Hill about Trump’s plan to let his adult children take control of his empire and the ethical entanglements.

“Trump Could Keep D.C. Hotel Despite Conflict of Interest”

December 03, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Politico about what’s next for Donald Trump’s lease of the Old Post Office.

“How Can Democrats Connect to Trump Voters?”

December 03, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the divide between Democrats and Trump supporters.

“Is the Press Doomed? ABA Panel Suggests Cautious Optimism”

December 02, 2016

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in Bloomberg BNA about Donald Trump’s tweet suggesting loss of citizenship as punishment for flag burning.

“Ethics Experts Explain Just How Trump Can Address Huge Conflicts Of Interest”

December 02, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Talking Points Memo about Donald Trump announcing to separate “in total” from the business conglomerate that bears his name.

“Time for Homeopathic Remedies to Prove That They Work?”

December 02, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in NPR about the labeling of over-the-counter homeopathic products.

“Should Democrats Back Trump’s Infrastructure Plan?’’

December 02, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump’s rebuilding programs on public infrastructure.

“Inside the Potential Conflict Posed by Trump's DC Hotel”

December 02, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in ABC News about Trump’s response that he does not have a conflict of interest on his lease of the Old Post Office.

“The Trump Transition”

December 01, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks on CNN "New Day" about Donald Trump’s lease with the GSA and his next steps.

“Donald Trump: A List of Potential Conflicts of Interest”

December 01, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is mentioned in BBC News about Trump’s announcement that his children will be running the Trump Organization.

“Lawyers: Trump Has to Sell DC Hotel Before Taking Office”

December 01, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Associated Press about how the GSA must end its contract with Trump over the Old Post Office building.

“Trump's Loans from Troubled German Bank Pose Conflict Of Interest”

December 01, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks on NPR’s “Morning Edition” about questions related to Trump's DC hotel lease.

“Trump’s Post-Election Tax Subsidy”

November 30, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Buzzfeed about Trump and his new approval for a massive tax subsidy for his luxury DC hotel.

“Government Ethics Office Applauds Trump's Business Announcement, Ignores Potential Conflicts”

November 30, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in NBC News about Trump's announcement that he'd be leaving his business to focus on the presidency.

“The Surprising Implications of the Microsoft/Ireland Warrant Case”

November 29, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about internet privacy after the Microsoft case.

“Trump Can't Hold Lease on His Hotel Near White House”

November 29, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in NPR about Trump and his business dealings.

“Campus Flag-Burning Sets off First Amendment Debate”

November 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley appeared on Fox News’ “The Kelly File” and spoke about Trump’s call for punishment on U.S. flag burning.

“Law Professor Explains Why Trump Can't Hold Lease On New D.C. Hotel”

November 29, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks to NPR’s Ari Shapiro about his op-ed in Government Executive in regards to Trump’s lease of the Old Post Office Pavilion.

“First Amendment Factcheck”

November 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer about Trump’s flag burning tweet.

“The Controversial Legal Theory That Could Get Trump Sued”

November 29, 2016

Jonathan R. Siegel is quoted in Politico about the anti-immigration movement possibly causing a legal challenge for Trump.

“As Apollo’s Cash Cow Plans IPO, Questions Linger on Ties”

November 28, 2016

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in Bloomberg in regards to what needs to be known about Apollo's Athene.

“GSA's Trump Hotel Lease Debacle”

November 28, 2016

Steven L. Schooner and Daniel I. Gordon write in Government Executive about the conflicts around Trump’s lease of the old Post Office Pavilion.

“Why Trump's Block Grants For Medicaid Face Opposition”

November 27, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is mentioned in Forbes about Medicaid coverage.

“UN Report: How to Curb Violence Against Women”

November 26, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about domestic abuse and countering violence against women.

“Democrats Needn’t Abandon Minorities to Win”

November 26, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Trump and his party changing the rules to make future elections nearly unwinnable for Democrats.

“The Electoral College Shouldn’t Choose Clinton: A Response to Lessig”

November 25, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the electoral college and the popular vote.

“Are We Witnessing the End of Democracy?”

November 25, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the future of the U.S. under a Donald Trump presidency.

“Would Bernie Have Done Better?”

November 24, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Hillary Clinton’s campaign and election loss.

“AP Explains: 5 Trump Business Ties That Pose Conflicts”

November 23, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Associated Press about the clash between Trump’s private interests and the public good.

“Donald Trump and the Emoluments Clause, Explained”

November 23, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Vox about how Donald Trump’s business empire will violate the Constitution.

“The Future of the FTC Looks A Lot Like Its Past”

November 23, 2016

William E. Kovacic is quoted in The Atlantic about the FTC returning to a Republican majority and Trump’s role in policing corporate mergers.

“There's No Such Thing as a 'Good' Megabank”

November 22, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth writes in American Banker about megabanks and the global financial crisis.

“Maggiano's Booked a White Nationalist Dinner. Could It Have Turned Down the Reservation?”

November 22, 2016

Michael Selmi is quoted in Washington Business Journal about a D.C. restaurant hosting an alt-right, white nationalist event.

“Can Trump Put Another Justice Scalia On the Supreme Court?”

November 22, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Los Angeles Times about Trump’s nominee filling the Supreme Court vacancy.

“Donald Trump Used His Meeting with Nigel Farage to Bring Up Wind Farms”

November 22, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in the UK’s The Independent about Trump’s business interests being well known prior to the election.

“Donald Trump Muslim Plan ‘Legal’”

November 21, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III and Jonathan Turley are quoted in The Boston Herald about Trump's plans to monitor non-citizens.

“Trump’s Business Ties Raising More Concerns”

November 21, 2016

Steven L. Schooner speaks to MSNBC’s “Live with Stephanie Ruhle” about potential conflicts of interest in a Donald Trump administration.

“Why Fingers Make Handy, If Not Foolproof, Digital Keys”

November 21, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Associated Press about the drawbacks of biometric signatures.

“Donald Trump’s Biggest Conflict Of Interest Is a Half Mile from the White House”

November 19, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in The Huffington Post about conflicts of interest surrounding the president-elect’s D.C. hotel.

“FBI Informants, Mental Illness Are Common in Islamic State Cases like John Booker Jr.’s”

November 19, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The Topeka Capital-Journal about the FBI turning to undercover informants in an effort to stop terrorist attacks.

“Trump Could Appoint Most Justices Since Nixon”

November 19, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to Hearst TV’s “Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien’’ about the Supreme Court in the Trump era.

“Jeff Sessions, As Attorney General, Could Overhaul Department He’s Skewered”

November 18, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The New York Times about Jeff Sessions’ potential role and impact within the Justice Department.

“Will Trump Play By the Rules?”

November 18, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump and his extreme actions as president.

“Optimism Runs High for Coal Industry, Despite Trump's Conflicting Promises"

November 18, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted about Trump’s conflicting promises in regards to bringing back coal and increasing natural gas production.

“Alabama Taps Its Oil-Spill Fund to Close Medicaid Gap”

November 18, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Marketplace about Alabama moving ahead with a new version of Medicaid.

“Cities Defend Immigration Sanctuary Policies Under Fire by Donald Trump”

November 18, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about democratic mayors challenging any administration crackdown.

“Iran Nuclear Deal Opponents to Trump: Don't 'Rip it Up'”

November 18, 2016

Edward T. Swaine is quoted in VOA News about Iran deal critics’ response to the possibility of the U.S. withdrawing from the nuclear deal.

“Trump Org. Digs In on DC Tax Fight”

November 17, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is mentioned in the National Law Journal about the GSA's relationship with the Trump Organization.

“Recent Libel Verdicts Could Lead to ‘Chilling’ Effects on Media Industry”

November 17, 2016

Catherine J. Ross is quoted in MediaFile about the Rolling Stone defamation verdict.

Professor Hammond on WHYY-FM

November 17, 2016

Emily Hammond speaks to WHYY-FM, Philadelphia, about what Donald Trump’s election means for Pennsylvania’s energy sector.

“GSA Will Examine Ethics Issues Around Trump’s D.C. Hotel Lease”

November 17, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Government Executive about the ethical and legal implications of the Trump Organization’s lease with GSA.

“Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention”

November 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley appeared on C-SPAN2 and spoke about the legacy of Justice Scalia.

Professor Turley on FOX News' "The O'Reilly Factor"

November 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the constitutionality of a Muslim registry.

“Washington Girds for Role Reversal on Executive Power”

November 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Politico about how Donald Trump's election has triggered a whiplash-inducing role reversal in D.C. legal circles.

“Trump’s Latest Luxury Hotel Is Major Conflict Of Interest”

November 16, 2016

Steven L. Schooner appeared on CNN and spoke about Donald Trump's claim to the Trump International Hotel property in D.C.

“John Roberts's Mission Impossible for the Supreme Court”

November 16, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about Chief Justice John Roberts wanting to make the Supreme Court less political.

“Enforcement Strategy Likely To Change Under Trump”

November 16, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Greenwire about challenges of EPA enforcement under a Trump administration.

“Trump Needs To Give Up His Trump Hotel Lease. Right Now.”

November 15, 2016

Steven L. Schooner and Daniel I. Gordon write in The Washington Post about Donald Trump’s lease on the old Post Office Pavilion.

“Despite Anger at Health Law’s Mandate, GOP Plans Could Also Have Penalties”

November 15, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Kaiser Health News about key Affordable Care Act provisions.

“How Trump Could Reshape the Supreme Court”

November 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” about the possible impact of the Trump election on the Supreme Court.

"The Trump Transition"

November 14, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to BBC’s “World News Today” about the presidential transition.

“Why Donald Trump Will Have a Hard Time Undoing Barack Obama's Policies”

November 14, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Newsweek about the fate of the Affordable Care Act, immigration policies, and climate change.

“Climate Change Lawsuit Involving Oregon Youth Awaits President Trump”

November 13, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in the Associated Press about the legal battle between environmentalists and President-elect Donald Trump.

“Federal Agency Doing Business with Trump Is Trying To Avoid a Massive Conflict Of Interest”

November 11, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in BuzzFeed about President-elect Donald Trump’s high-profile hotel deal with the U.S. government.

“Trump Can Eviscerate Obama’s Policies by Dropping Lawsuits, Revoking Memos”

November 11, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about possible outcomes of President-elect Donald Trump’s actions in his first few days.

“What Donald Trump Means for Banking Industry”

November 11, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted in Bankrate about President-elect Donald Trump’s policy proposal on banking.

“The Cruel ‘Crooked’ Caricature That Doomed Clinton”

November 11, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about key lessons from this year’s election campaign.

“Climate Lawsuit Awaits President Trump”

November 11, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Climate Central about President-elect Donald Trump’s threats against global warming and his upcoming lawsuit.

“Changes Coming for Medicaid after Trump’s Election. Will Patients Lose Coverage?"

November 10, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in STATNews about the future of the Medicaid health program.

“How Easy Will It Be To Overturn Obama's Legacy?”

November 10, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to BBC Radio 4’s PM program about the way President Obama passed some laws.

Professor Hammond on Pittsburgh's NPR News Station

November 10, 2016

Emily Hammond speaks to WESA-FM, Pittsburgh, about President-elect Donald Trump’s energy and climate policies.

“Concerned About Losing Your Marketplace Plan? ACA Repeal May Take Awhile”

November 10, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Kaiser Health News about President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

“College Campuses React to Trump’s Election Win”

November 10, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox Business’ “Risk and Reward With Deidre Bolton’’ about student reactions to the presidential election.

“Many of Trump’s Sweeping Promises Will Be Hard, If Not Impossible, to Fulfill”

November 09, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in The Washington Post about President-elect Donald Trump’s decisions in his first hours as president.

“Trump Win Throws Global Climate Action Into Disarray”

November 09, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Climate Central about President-elect Donald Trump and the future of climate change.

“Trump’s Promises: Can He Deliver?”

November 09, 2016

Alan B. Morrison writes in the National Law Journal about Donald Trump and whether he can constitutionally accomplish his vows.

“Trump Victory Seen Boosting Pennsylvania’s Gas and Coal Industries“

November 09, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in NPR about President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promise to release U.S. energy reserves.

“Trump Has Chance to Leave Mark on Supreme Court, Create Legacy on Policies”

November 09, 2016

Alan B. Morrison is mentioned in The Globe and Mail about President-elect Donald Trump’s first appointee on the court.

“Trump Win Signals Titanic U-Turn on Energy, Climate Policies”

November 09, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in E&E about Donald Trump’s plans to pull the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement and abandon the Clean Power Plan.

“Cutting Prosecutorial Excess: Lessons From Spitzer V. Greenberg”

November 09, 2016

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in Forbes about former AIG CEO Maurice "Hank" Greenberg’s trial.

“The Trump Break Point”

November 09, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about checks and balances on President-elect Donald Trump.

“Trump Win Could Moot Cases Over Obama Climate Regs”

November 09, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Law360 about the Clean Power Plan.

“The Small-Minded, Thin-Skinned Weakness of Trump”

November 08, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek to describe Donald Trump’s character throughout the election.

“Recounts? Hanging Chads? Lawyers Standing By In Case Outcome Is Muddled”

November 08, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post about possible scenarios that could create a muddled election outcome.

“Clinton and Trump Face 'Legal Cloud' If Elected”

November 07, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on The Hill about the legal predicaments concerning Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

“How Donald Trump Bullied His Own Trump Tower Tenants”

November 07, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Vanity Fair about the legal disputes within Trump Tower.

"Does President's Pardon Authority Extend to a Self-Pardon?"

November 07, 2016
John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in the ABA Journal about a pardon over Hillary Clinton’s emails.

“Comparing Clinton and Trump”

November 06, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about his stance on the candidates.

“Trump vs. Clinton Is a Generational Battle Between Young and Old”

November 05, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the impact of the election results on young people.

"Supreme Court Bar Memorial for Justice Antonin Scalia"

November 04, 2016
Bradford R. Clark appeared on C-SPAN and spoke at a Supreme Court ceremony memorializing the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

"For the First Time in Their Lives, Millennials Actually Matter"

November 04, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the role of young voters in the election.

“It Begins: #PardonHillary vs. #IndictHillary”

November 03, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in The Washington Examiner about Hillary Clinton’s legal troubles.

“Cubs Won After We Made Amends to Goats”

November 03, 2016
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series.

“FBI Director Accused of Interfering in US Election”

November 03, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Voice of America about the FBI possibly influencing the U.S. presidential election.

“Cops Could Force Google Pixel Users To Voice-Unlock Their Phones”

November 02, 2016
Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Forbes about Google’s Trusted Voice feature on their Pixel smartphone.

“How We Got Here”

November 02, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the investigation into the email practices of Hillary Clinton.

“Huma Emails. Clinton Makes Lemonade”

November 01, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the latest controversy that brought Hillary Clinton’s emails back into the headlines.

“Abedin Tells Colleagues She's in Dark About New Email Trove”

October 31, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Politico about newly found emails with some pertaining to Clinton aide.

Professor Turley on NPR’s “On Point”

October 31, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to NPR’s “On Point with Tom Ashbrook” about Hillary Clinton’s emails.

“FBI Director Accused of Misconduct Over New Emails Possibly Tied to Clinton”

October 31, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Voice of America about Hillary Clinton’s handling of sensitive information as secretary of state.

“Was It Legal for the FBI to Expand the Weiner Email Search to Target Hillary Clinton’s Emails?”

October 30, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server.

“Car Rental Customers Lose It Over 'Loss of Use'”

October 30, 2016
Wayne R. Cohen is quoted in USA Today about car rental coverage.

“The Curse of Conservative Political Correctness”

October 30, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the use of political correctness in speech.

“What Do Clinton’s Negative Poll Numbers Mean?”

October 29, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the poll numbers of the presidential candidates. 

“US Voters Indirectly Choose President, Vice President”

October 29, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in the Anadolu Agency about the Electoral College.

“Wikileaks Clinton Emails Are a Damp Squib”

October 27, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Hillary Clinton’s campaign emails.

“White House Pans Cruz Pitch for Smaller Supreme Court”

October 27, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Houston Chronicle about U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz testing the idea of a shrunken Supreme Court.

“Cyberattacks Put New Focus on Search-Warrant Rule Change”

October 27, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by the Associated Press about government hacking and a change to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.

“Choose the Right International Law Program”

October 27, 2016

Susan L. Karamanian is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about how law school applicants should target the right schools for international law.

“Would the Supreme Court Be Fine With Fewer Than Nine?”

October 27, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the Supreme Court.

Professor Rosenbaum on American Public Media’s “Marketplace”

October 25, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum speaks to Marketplace about Obamacare.

“Elise Stefanik's Cautious Dance With Trump”

October 25, 2016
David Fontana is quoted in Roll Call about Elise Stefanik’s – the youngest woman in Congress – future in the Republican Party.

“Breaking the Billy Goat Curse”

October 24, 2016

Jonathan Turley – a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan – writes in USA Today about the Cubs making it to the World Series since 1945.

Professor Turley on FOX News' "On the Record"

October 24, 2016

Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News’ “On the Record with Brit Hume” about Donald Trump’s legal plans to sue his sexual assault accusers.

“Plan to Bail Out ‘Too Big to Fail’ Banks Raises Skepticism”

October 24, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth's article on resolutions for institutions deemed "too big to fail," is discussed in The New York Times.

"AT&T’s Deal for Time Warner Faces Tough Climate"

October 24, 2016

William E. Kovacic is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in regards to AT&T’s deal to buy Time Warner.

“Integrity of U.S. Voting Systems”

October 23, 2016

Spencer A. Overton speaks about the integrity of U.S. voting systems on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal.”

“It’s Time to End the Debate Circus”

October 22, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the media’s political reportage on the presidential debates.

“Trump Is Flirting With Insurrection”

October 21, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump’s response to the results of the presidential election.

"In 2016 Game of Thrones, Hillary Lannister Takes on the 'Mad King'"

October 21, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the 2016 presidential election.

"Experts Say It Could Be a Make or Break Year for Obamacare"

October 20, 2016
Sara Rosenbaum speaks to NPR about Obamacare.

"Can Warrants for Digital Evidence Also Require Fingerprints to Unlock Phones?"

October 19, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the legality of search warrants requiring fingerprints to unlock phones or computers. 

"Prosecutorial Abuse: The Injustice of Spitzer et al. v. Greenberg"

October 17, 2016

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes about the trial of Hank Greenberg.

"Trump and the 'Rigged Election'"

October 17, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about Donald Trump's claims of a rigged 2016 presidential election.

"Journal Times Editorial: Whether DNR or EPA, Keep the State's Water Clean"

October 17, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in the Journal Times about an EPA probe into the state's enforcement of the federal Clean Water Act. 

"First Amendment Experts: Downloading Hacked Clinton Campaign Emails Not a Crime"

October 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the legality of downloading the hacked Hillary Clinton campaign emails.

"The FBI Went Soft"

October 16, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails.

"Fifth Circuit Rules on Whether Scanning the Magnetic Stripe on a Card Is a Search"

October 16, 2016
Orin Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a Fifth Circuit ruling on whether it is a Fourth Amendment search for the government to scan the magnetic stripe of a seized credit car

"Why is the Press Ganging Up on Hillary Clinton?"

October 15, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Hillary Clinton and the media.

"Spineless Republicans Are Enabling Trump's Outrages"

October 15, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump and members of the Republican party.

Professor Turley on FOX News' "The Kelly File"

October 14, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about accusations against Donald Trump.

"Rulings Spark Debates Over Regulatory Cost-Benefit Studies"

October 13, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted by Greenwire about cost-benefit analysis and the courts.

"Liberal Big Money Is Pouring Into Elections"

October 13, 2016
Miriam Galston is quoted in The Huffington Post about why money from liberal donors is on the rise during the current election cycle.

"Free-Speech Panelists Say College Campuses Need Dialogue"

October 13, 2016

Blake D. Morant is quoted in The Richmond Times-Dispatch about free speech on college campuses.

"Greenberg, AIG and the Army"

October 13, 2016
Lawrence A. Cunningham's book about AIG is mentioned in a Wall Street Journal editorial.

"The Man Who Stood Up to Facebook"

October 13, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by NPR about the case of a man sued by Facebook for hacking and spamming.

"Want to Protest on Public Property in Front of the New Trump Hotel? You'll Have to Ask Trump First."

October 13, 2016

Jerome A. Barron is quoted in The Washington Post about the legality of protests in front of the new Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.

"Trump Is Not Alone: How Some Tax Policy Favors the Rich"

October 12, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by the Associated Press about Donald Trump and tax policy.

"Bill Easing 501(c)(3) Politics Ban May Make Boundaries Murky"

October 11, 2016
Miriam Galston is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about an amendment to a 62-year-old prohibition on 501(c)(3) organizations engaging in political activity.

"Did Trump's Tax Dodge Break the Law?"

October 09, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's tax returns.

"EPA Review of State's Pollution Could Bring Changes"

October 09, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in the Wisconsin State Journal about an EPA probe into Wisconsin's enforcement of water pollution laws.

"Daniel Bernstine, 69, College President, Leader in Legal Education"

October 09, 2016

Blake D. Morant is quoted by Philly.com on the passing of Daniel Bernstine.

"Is the Press Willing Trump to Win?"

October 08, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump and the media.

"Donald Trump's Threat to Obamacare"

October 07, 2016
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by The Atlantic about whether, if elected, Donald Trump could use executive action to end Obamacare.

"Calling Both Clinton and Trump Unpopular and Untrustworthy Is Seriously Misleading"

October 07, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in The World Financial Review about the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

"Choose a Law School Based on Teaching Style"

October 06, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by U.S. News & World Report about the Socratic method and various law school teaching approaches.

"Protect Those You Love in Divorce, and Remarriage"

October 05, 2016

Naomi Cahn writes about legal actions that should be taken in divorce and in remarriage.

"U.S. Expert: 'Donald Trump Would Keep Tax Records to the End'"

October 05, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by VnExpress about Donald Trump's taxes.

"Too Big and Unable to Fail"

October 05, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth writes about his forthcoming co-authored article on financial regulation.

"The Billion Dollar Copyright Lawsuit That Could Legalize a New Kind of Scam"

October 04, 2016

Robert Brauneis is quoted by Fast Company about a copyright lawsuit involving photographer Carol Highsmith.

"Happy 30th Birthday to the Awful Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: A Future Tense Event Recap"

October 04, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by Slate about the challenges courts face when trying to interpret the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

"Leaked Tax Returns Raise Questions About Trump's Tax Rate, NOLs"

October 04, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in Tax Notes about Donald Trump's tax returns.

Professor Turley on FOX News' "On the Record"

October 03, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about Donald Trump's taxes.

"System Disparity Evident in Trump Tax Return"

October 03, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by the Associated Press about Donald Trump's tax returns

"Being a Tax Dodger Doesn't Mean You're Smart"

October 03, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's taxes.

Professor Turley on WBZ-Boston

October 03, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about James "Whitey" Bulger.

"Ailing Obama Health Care Act May Have to Change to Survive"

October 02, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The New York Times about the Affordable Care Act.

"Trump Tax Return Shows Disparity in System"

October 02, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by The Associated Press about Donald Trump's tax returns.

"Are the Fact Checkers Being Too Hard on Hillary?"

October 01, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Hillary Clinton's performance in the first presidential debate.

"The War on Hank Greenberg"

September 30, 2016
Lawrence A. Cunningham writes about the trial of Hank Greenberg, from the New York courtroom, in The National Interest.

"When Donald Trump Jokes About Separating Out a Religious Minority, Where Does the Joke End?"

September 29, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in The Washington Post about recent comments made by Donald Trump on the campaign trail.

"District Court Overturns Magistrate Decision Rejecting 'Seize First, Search Second' Procedure for Email Warrants"

September 29, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about email warrants and the Fourth Amendment.

Professor Turley on FOX News' "The O'Reilly Factor"

September 28, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.

"Trump Lost the Debate to His Inner Demons"

September 27, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's performance in the first presidential debate.

"Government 'Hacking' and the Playpen Search Warrant"

September 27, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the legality of a warrant used to search the computers of visitors to a child pornography website.

"Changes to Chemical Law Causing Heartburn; Long Road Ahead"

September 27, 2016
Blake D. Morant is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the challenges posed by a new administration to the EPA's implementation of new chemical law.

"Comparing the Ideologies of Supreme Court Nominees"

September 27, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the ideologies of potential Supreme Court nominees.

"Clinton Confidant's Immunity Deal Looms Over Debate"

September 26, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails.

"Judge Leonard I. Garth, 1921-2016"

September 26, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the life of Judge Leonard I. Garth of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit.

"Trumponomics Is All Fizz and Waffle"

September 26, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's economic policy platforms.

"The Weakness Behind Trump's Bluster"

September 25, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump.

Vice Provost and Professor Christopher Bracey on Voice of America International

September 23, 2016
Christopher A. Bracey discusses the state of race relations in the United States, especially as it applies to police and minority communities.

"This Judge Just Released 200 Secret Government Surveillance Requests"

September 23, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Washington Post about the role of Judge Beryl A. Howell in the debate over law enforcement searches in a digital age.

"Trump's Giant Conflict of Interest Just Got Bigger"

September 21, 2016

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in Mother Jones about Donald Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank.

"A U.S. Judge Just Disclosed How Often Law Enforcement Asked to Secretly Track Electronic Records"

September 21, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Washington Post about electronic surveillance by law enforcement.

"Wells Fargo Prompts OCC Scrutiny of Peers' Sales Practices"

September 20, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the recent investigation of Wells Fargo and how it is likely to impact the banking industry.

"The Exclusionary Rule in a Post-Scalia Era"

September 19, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the future of the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule.

"A Small Virginia County Put Brakes on Plans for a Mosque. Was It Discrimination?"

September 18, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in The Washington Post about whether Virginia Muslims were discriminated against after a mosque was not allowed to be built.

"Should Privacy Legislation Influence How Courts Interpret the Fourth Amendment?"

September 14, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the effect of legislation on Fourth Amendment interpretation.

"Follow-Up: Cisco Systems Says Feds Have Dropped Probe Into Alleged Bribery in Russia"

September 13, 2016
Jessica Tillipman is quoted by Buzzfeed about the federal government ending a probe of Cisco Systems' Russian operations. 

"In An Era of Sweeping Change, How Can Freedom of Information Keep Up?"

September 13, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted by Poynter about freedom of information and press rights.

"Impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen"

September 13, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about the controversy surrounding IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

"Should Clinton be Giving 'True' Republicans a Pass?"

September 11, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Hillary Clinton's campaign.

"Private College Paid Bill Clinton Millions as 'Honorary Chancellor'"

September 11, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Albuquerque Journal about Bill Clinton's role as honorary chancellor of a private college.

"Congress Should Impeach the IRS Commissioner - Or Risk Becoming Obsolete"

September 09, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned in an opinion piece in The Washington Post about IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

"Thoughts on the Third Circuit's Decryption and Self-Incrimination Oral Argument"

September 09, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the oral argument in a case on the Fifth Amendment limits of ordering a suspect to decrypt his hard drive by entering in the password.

"The Shell Game Behind a $43 Billion Market"

September 08, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth is quoted by Bloomberg Markets about Federal Reserve rules coming in 2019.

"Iran Hearing Spills Into Black Lives, Flint, Zika"

September 08, 2016

Jeffrey Alexrad is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the Judgment Fund Transparency Act.

"Trump Backs the Rich - and the Devil Can Take the Poor"

September 07, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's economic policy.

"Twin Infants Die After Mother Wounded by Bullet Goes Into Labor"

September 06, 2016

Sonia M. Suter is quoted in The Washington Post about fetal liability.

"Air Force, Running Low on Drone Pilots, Turns to Contractors in Terror Fight"

September 05, 2016

Laura A. Dickinson is quoted in The New York Times about the U.S. use of military contractors in the fight against terror.

"Rumor and Innuendo Speed the Trump Bandwagon"

September 04, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's campaign.

"Daily Mail Lawsuit Hinges on Definition of 'Public Figure'"

September 02, 2016

Jerome A. Barron is quoted in The Financial Times about Melania Trump's legal battle with The Daily Mail.

"FBI Releases Clinton Email Report, Notes of Interview"

September 02, 2016

Jonathan Turley discusses Hillary Clinton's emails on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360."

"How Will 2nd Circuit's Rejection of Verdict Against PLO Affect Anti-Terror Suits"

September 01, 2016

Peter Raven-Hansen is quoted by Reuters about how a decision by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will affect anti-terror suits.

"Hillary Clinton and Her Family's Foundation Aren't Likely to Get the McDonnell Treatment. Here's Why."

August 30, 2016
Jessica Tillipman is quoted in The Washington Postabout the case against former Governor Robert McDonnell and comparisons to the Clinton Foundation.

"An Innocent Black Man Was Punched, Tasered and Arrested by Police Officers. A Jury Awarded Him $18."

August 30, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The Washington Post about a civil rights lawsuit involving an alleged excessive use of force by the police.

"A Birthday Message from Warren Buffett on Being Lucky"

August 30, 2016
Lawrence Cunningham is quoted on CNBC on what Warren Buffett learned from John Rawls.

"Free Speech Should Not be Big News"

August 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about free speech on college campuses.

"If a Magistrate Issues a Warrant for a Daytime Search, When (If It at All) Can It Be Executed at Night?"

August 29, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the Fourth Amendment decision by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in Jones v.

"Who is Keeping the IRS 'Scandal' Alive? And Why?"

August 28, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about claims that the IRS discriminated against conservative groups. 

"These Two Dads Almost Lost Their Son in a Bizarre Surrogacy Case"

August 27, 2016

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted in Buzzfeed about surrogacy laws.

"Federal Researchers Connect Medicaid Expansion to Lower Premiums"

August 26, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is interviewed by NPR about Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act.

"Does the Fourth Amendment Allow Arrest Warrants for Civil Offenses?"

August 24, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about whether a judge can issue an order to arrest someone for violating a civil offense.

"SCOTUS Short-Lister Watford Praised by Both Sides"

August 24, 2016

Bloomberg BNA mentions comments by Orin S. Kerr about potential Supreme Court nominee Judge Paul J. Watford.

"Turley on Calls to Investigate Clinton"

August 23, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on FOX News' "The Kelly File" about Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.

"Has Hillary Learned from Bill's Mistakes?"

August 21, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the expectations of Hillary Clinton's supporters.

"Showing True GRIT"

August 20, 2016

Robert Esposito is quoted in the Boston Globe about the creation of a company called GRIT (Global Research Innovation and Technology).

"Must Hillary Pay a Price for Republican Support?"

August 20, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about whether Hillary Clinton's agenda will move to the right if she is elected in November.

"U.S. Officials Move to End Duplicate Health Care Coverage"

August 19, 2016

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in the New York Times about the Obama administration's move to end duplicate health care coverage for tens of thousands of

"Law Profs Issue Takedown of Decision Striking Fracking Rule"

August 18, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is mentioned in Energy Wire about an amicus brief he joined in a pending 10th Circuit case.

"Staying in the Know When It Comes to Car Consumer Safety"

August 18, 2016
Wayne R. Cohen participates in a Huffington Post Q&A about car consumer safety. 

"New Reaction to Trump's 'Extreme Vetting' Proposal"

August 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on FOX News' "The Kelly File" about the legality of Donald Trump's latest immigration proposal.

"The Sexy Secrets from NYC's Long-Sealed Divorce Records"

August 16, 2016

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted in the New York Post about recently unsealed divorce records in New York state.

"Trump Proposes Ideological Test for Entry to U.S."

August 16, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Insider Higher Ed about Donald Trump's latest immigration proposal.

"Donald Trump Wants to Cut Visa Program He Used for His Own Models"

August 16, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in the New York Times about Donald Trump and the H-1B visa program.

"Trump's 'Extreme Vetting' Is Harsh, but It Would be Legal"

August 16, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in the Washington Post about the legality of Donald Trump's newly proposed ideological test for immigrants.

"The Ten Longest FCPA-Related Prison Sentences"

August 15, 2016

Jessica Tillipman posts on the FCPA Blog about the ten longest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act-related prison sentences.

"Donald Trump Has a Huge Conflict of Interest That No One's Talking About"

August 15, 2016

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in Mother Jones about Donald Trump's potential presidency and the deal that allowed him to acquire the Old Post Office building

"Implicit Bias Means We're All Probably At Least a Little Bit Racist"

August 15, 2016

Cynthia Lee is quoted by Vox about the meaning of implicit bias.

"Should Clinton Trim to the Right to Win Wavering Republicans?"

August 15, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about whether Hillary Clinton should change her policy proposals to appeal to Republicans.

"Trumponomics: Off-the-Shelf, Warmed Over Trickle-Down Policies"

August 13, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's economic policies.

"Trump's Chilling Guantanamo Plan"

August 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about Donald Trump's statement that he would try American citizens in military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay.&nbs

"27 Words: Deconstructing the Second Amendment"

August 11, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen explains the meaning of the Second Amendment on CNN.

"Secret Service Has Spoken with Donald Trump Campaign: Report"

August 10, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in Time about how the U.S.

"Baltimore Police Face Changes After Blistering Report"

August 10, 2016
Wayne R. Cohen is quoted in USA Today about a Justice Department report criticizing the Baltimore Police Department.

"Mike Pence Claims National Debt Has Nearly Doubled Under President Obama"

August 09, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in Politifact about the nation's economic situation when President Obama took office. 

"Tenth Circuit: Accessing Email is a 'Search' Under the Jones Trespass Test"

August 09, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the Fourth Amendment case United States v. Ackerman. 

"New Draft Article: 'The Effect of Legislation on Fourth Amendment Interpretation'"

August 08, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about his forthcoming article on the Fourth Amendment.

"Explaining Variations in Agency Responses to Climate Change"

August 08, 2016

Robert Glicksman posts on RegBlog about the responses of various administrative agencies to climate change.

"Trump's Bullying Exposes Paul Ryan's Shallowness"

August 07, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about House Speaker Paul Ryan's endorsement of Donald Trump for president. 

"Gold Meal Sleaze at the Olympics"

August 07, 2016
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the selection of Rio as host of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

"Why Do Trump Supports So Viciously Hate Hillary?"

August 06, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the responses of Donald Trump supporters toward Hillary Clinton.

"Former Va. First Lady Maureen McDonnell's Corruption Case on Hold"

August 05, 2016
Randall D. Eliason is quoted in the Washington Post about the corruption case against former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell.

"Ann Arbor Is First City in Michigan to Raise Tobacco Purchase Age to 21"

August 05, 2016
Mlive mentions a report by Sara Rosenbaum about Tobacco 21 laws. 

"Why Missouri Gov. Nixon Was Ordered to Serve as a Public Defender"

August 04, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about strains on the public defender system.

"Whipped, Kicked, Beaten: Illinois Workers Describe Abuse of Hogs"

August 04, 2016
Joan E. Schaffner is quoted in the Chicago Tribune about farm practices and animal cruelty laws. 

"After School Satan Club Proposal Spurs Debate on Religious Activity in Public Schools"

August 04, 2016

Ira C. Lupu was quoted in The Washington Post about religious liberty and public schools.

"Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Has Global Rights Groups Watching"

August 04, 2016

Dinah L. Shelton was quoted in The Toronto Star about a human rights crisis within the Canadian indigenous population.

"Academics Urge 'Positive Vision' for Next Administration"

August 03, 2016
Robert Glicksman is quoted by Greenwire about regulation's role in protecting health, safety and the environment.

"An Implied Visa-Application Question: Is Your Country Rich Enough?"

August 03, 2016
Neil Ruiz is quoted in The Atlantic about a new report suggesting that the U.S.

"Trump Wants to Make Churches the New Super PACs"

August 02, 2016

Miriam Galston is quoted in The Atlantic about the legality of tax-exempt organizations participating in political activities.

"No, the Police Can't Pull Over Drivers to Give them Gifts"

August 02, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the constitutionality of police officers pulling over drivers and giving them gifts. 

"Voter Access in 2016: Latest on Restrictions Across the Country"

August 02, 2016
Spencer A. Overton is interviewed on NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show" about voting restrictions and what they could mean for the presidential election.

"The Surprising Upside of Hillary Clinton's Biggest Failure"

August 02, 2016
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in the Washington Post about the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) initiative.

"'Is SCOTUS a Good Reason to Support Trump?'"

August 01, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about Supreme Court appointments and the presidential candidates. 

"Mr. Trump Should Take Constitutional Law 101"

August 01, 2016

Alan B. Morrison writes about Donald Trump and the Constitution in the National Law Journal.

"10 Things You Might Have Thought Were in the Constitution"

August 01, 2016
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Time about the concept of judicial review.

"Pinging a Cellphone Is Justified by Exigent Circumstances, Court Holds"

August 01, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the 2nd Circuit ruling on the Fourth Amendment and pinging cell phones.

"Will Trump Bring His Business Ethics to the White House?"

July 30, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the business practices of Donald Trump.

"What a Roadside Trading Post in Alaska Taught Me About Politics"

July 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about authenticity in politics.

"Analyzing Hillary Clinton's Speech, the DNC, and the Election with Nicholas Wapshott"

July 29, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan is interviewed on "The Leslie Marshall Show" about the Democratic National Convention.

"Scholar on the Stage"

July 27, 2016

Daniel Solove is mentioned by Inside Higher Ed for his portrayal in the play "Privacy."

"Serial Contract Breacher Trump Invokes the Law"

July 27, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's campaign. 

"Donald Trump Jr. Says Unemployment Rates are Manipulated for Political Purposes"

July 25, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by PolitiFact about Donald Trump Jr.'s claims that the government is manipulating unemployment statistics.

"Should We Allow Nonprofits to Endorse Candidates?"

July 22, 2016

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by Mother Jones about a U.S. tax code rule preventing tax-exempt organizations from endorsing political candidates.

"Want to Make America Safe? Here Are 5 Ways to Do That."

July 21, 2016

Spencer Overton writes advice for law enforcement in The Nation.

"These Drugs Could Cut American Health Costs by $250 Billion (If Only We Could Take Them)"

July 20, 2016

Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted by MarketWatch about patent litigation related to biosimilar drugs.

"Judge Garland’s Nomination, Day 126"

July 20, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen writes in The New York Times about the Supreme Court nominations of Louis D. Brandeis and Merrick Garland.

"Did Melania Trump Infringe 2008 Obama Speech?"

July 19, 2016

Roger E. Schechter is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the copyright of Michelle Obama's 2008 Democratic National Convention speech.

"Review: ‘Privacy,’ a Play That Urges You to Keep Your Smartphone On"

July 18, 2016

Daniel Solove is mentioned in The New York Times for his appearance as a character in the off-Broadway play "Privacy."

"GOP Hopes Trump Can Make Reforms 'Kitchen Table' Issue"

July 18, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by Greenwire about the role of regulation in the next presidential administration.

"With Ginsburg Apology, Congress Should Look at the Real Problem"

July 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in The Chicago Tribune about creating an enforceable system of judicial ethics for the Supreme Court.

"Justice Ginsburg's Criticism of Donald Trump"

July 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on C-SPAN about judicial ethics.

"The Jewish Jefferson"

July 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed by Voice of America about his book Louis: D. Brandeis: American Prophet.

"New Librarian of Congress Faces Copyright Modernization"

July 14, 2016

Robert Brauneis is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the modernization of the Copyright Office.

"Republican Platform Calls for Repeal of Ban on Political Organizing by Churches"

July 14, 2016

Robert W. Tuttle is mentioned by Time for his comments about an IRS restriction that limits the political activities of charitable organizations.

"How A 'Nightmare' Law Could Make Sharing Passwords Illegal"

July 14, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by NPR about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

"The Public Feud of Ginsburg vs. Trump Casts Harsh Spotlight on Court's Liberal Lion"

July 13, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Los Angeles Times about Justice Ginsburg's comments on Donald Trump.

"9th Circuit: It’s a Federal Crime to Visit a Website After Being Told Not to Visit It"

July 12, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned by Fortune for his writing on the Ninth Circuit's ruling in Facebook v. Vachani.

"Latest on 2016 Presidential Race with Guest Host Nicholas Wapshott, Opinion Editor at Newsweek"

July 11, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is interviewed on "The Leslie Marshall Show" about Donald Trump's candidacy.

"Can Chefs Legally Ban Donald Trump From Their Restaurants?"

July 07, 2016

Michael Selmi is quoted in The Washingtonian about the hypothetical legality of a restaurant refusing to serve Donald Trump.

"Comey Found Clinton’s No Petraeus in Abusing Classified Material"

July 06, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Bloomberg in an article comparing Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified materials with the actions of David Petraeus.

"Password-sharing case divides Ninth Circuit in Nosal II"

July 06, 2016

Orin Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the Ninth Circuit's decision in United States v. Nosal.

"Legal Fireworks: Police Unconstitutionally Arrest Flag-Burner on Fourth of July"

July 05, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by U.S. News & World Report about First Amendment protection for flag burning.

"Advocates Press Bigger Role for Nuclear in Clean Energy Goals"

July 05, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by Roll Call about reducing obstacles to nuclear to meet clean energy goals.

"CEOs Relish 'Unique' Benefits of Being a Buffett-owned Business, Despite Some Downsides"

July 05, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted by The Omaha World-Herald about the pros and cons of selling to Berkshire Hathaway and working for Warren Buffett

"Happy Birthday Belongs to the World – Charging People to Sing It Seemed a Racket"

July 05, 2016

Robert Brauneis is quoted by The Guardian about the copyright for the song "Happy Birthday."

"Rulemakings Take Longer Than Ever"

July 01, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted in "Greenwire" about the reasons behind delays in agency rulemaking.

"Nancy Grace to Leave HLN After More Than a Decade"

June 30, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The New York Times about Nancy Grace.

"Court Rules on Abuser Gun Rights"

June 28, 2016

Joan S. Meier is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio about the Supreme Court decision in Voisine v. United States.

"Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Abortion"

June 27, 2016
Naomi Cahn is interviewed by Hearst TV about the Supreme Court's abortion ruling.

"Supreme Court: Domestic Abusers Can be Banned from Owning Firearms"

June 27, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted in The Washington Post about the Supreme Court's ruling in Voisine v. United States.

"In McDonnell Case, Supreme Court Makes it Harder to Prosecute Corruption"

June 27, 2016
Jessica Tillipman is quoted by The Washington Post about the Supreme Court vacating the corruption conviction of a former Virginia governor.

"Supreme Court Overturns Corruption Conviction of Former Va. Governor McDonnell"

June 27, 2016
Jessica Tillipman is quoted by The Washington Post about whether federal prosecutors will reframe their case against Robert McDonnell.

"Constitution Center Is Alive With the Sound of Debate"

June 24, 2016
Jeffrey Rosen is mentioned in The Huffington Post for his work at the National Constitution Center.

"Push to Impeach IRS Chief Koskinen Stirs Scholars’ Disagreement"

June 22, 2016
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Bloomberg about standards for impeachment.

"Fine Print Says Riders Can't Blame Uber for Unsafe Drivers"

June 22, 2016
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted by The Associated Press about Uber's terms of service.

"Judiciary Chairman Signals Openness to Censuring IRS Chief"

June 22, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Hill from his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

"Uber, Lyft Battle Governments Over Driver Fingerprint Checks"

June 22, 2016
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted by The Associated Press about fingerprint background checks for ride-hailing drivers.

"Lawmakers Ask: Did the Framers Lay the Groundwork for the IRS Chief’s Impeachment?"

June 22, 2016
Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Washington Post about the potential impeachment of IRS chief John Koskinen.

"Suspensions and Debarments of Misbehaving Contractors Drop"

June 21, 2016
Jessica Tillipman is quoted in Government Executive about suspensions and debarments of government contractors.

"IRS Chief Koskinen Fights First Appointee Impeachment Since 1876"

June 21, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Bloomberg about the possibility of impeachment for IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

"Why Free Lawyers Shouldn't Come Cheap"

June 18, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about pay for prosecutors and public defenders.

"Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements Moves to Oust Five Viacom Directors"

June 16, 2016

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the corporate battle for control of Viacom.

"Review: In ‘Louis D. Brandeis: American Prophet,’ Moral Vision and a True Believer’s Zeal"

June 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen's book, Louis D. Brandeis: American Prophet, is reviewed in The New York Times.

"Is Donald Trump Suggesting That Barack Obama Committed Treason?"

June 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Washington Post about the legal definition and history of treason.

"If You Cut Taxes, Will Revenues Increase? Are You Kidding?"

June 15, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the relationship between tax rates and tax revenues.

"Encourage Responsible Islamic Voices: Give Diplomatic Status To Organization Of Islamic Cooperation"

June 13, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Forbes about actions taken by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

"The Most Important Agency You’ve Never Heard Of"

June 13, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted by Washington Monthly about the Office of Financial Research.

"The Clinton University Scandal"

June 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by the New York Post for his blog post about a $16.5 million payment to Bill Clinton by a for-profit university.

"GOP Senator's 'Prayer' for Obama Underscores Misplaced Hate for the Prez"

June 11, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by the New York Daily News for his blog post about a for-profit university paying Bill Clinton.

"Amicus: What Would Brandeis Do?"

June 11, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on Slate's "Amicus" podcast about Justice Louis Brandeis.

"Meet the New Digital Conglomerates: Google, Facebook, Amazon . . . and Apple?"

June 10, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted by Investor's Business Daily about how tech conglomerates can emulate Berkshire Hathaway by avoiding micromanagem

"'Clinton Cash' Author: Obama Endorsement of Clinton Will Have 'Chilling Effect' on FBI"

June 10, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group about President Obama endorsing Hillary Clinton.

"Labor Department Faces Five Lawsuits Over Fiduciary Rule"

June 09, 2016

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about judges reflecting the dominant beliefs of their regions.

"Linda Greenhouse And Jeffrey Rosen On The Supreme Court, Past And Present"

June 08, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show" about the historic role of the Supreme Court in society.

"Noose Tightens on Fugitive War Criminals"

June 08, 2016

Ralph G. Steinhardt is quoted by Voice of America about cooperation between the U.S. and the body that oversees operation of the International Criminal Court.

"Revisiting The Tenure Of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, The 'Jewish Jefferson'"

June 07, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR's "Fresh Air" about Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.

"Restroom Guidance a Thorny Study in Administrative Law"

June 07, 2016

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by Education Week about federal guidance regarding transgender students and restrooms.

"Meet The Maserati-Driving Deadhead Lawyer Who Stands Between Hackers And Prison"

June 06, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by BuzzFeed News about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

"Are Americans About to Abandon Democracy?"

June 05, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the political atmosphere in the United States.

"Will the Constitution Protect Your Next Smartphone?"

June 03, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by The Atlantic about the types of cellphone locking protected by the Fifth Amendment.

"The Curse of Bigness"

June 03, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen writes in The Atlantic about the legacy of Justice Louis Brandeis.

"Nixonian Palace Guard Now Protects Hillary"

June 03, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about Hillary Clinton's similarities to Richard Nixon.

"No One Will Save You From Cellphone Tracking"

June 02, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by The Atlantic is quoted about a potential Supreme Court challenge to the third-party doctrine.

“These Timeless Investing Principles Made Warren Buffett Rich”

June 02, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham writes for Dow Jones & Co.’s MarketWatch about Warren Buffett’s investing principles.

"Copied Hard Drive Retention Ruling Deleted by Full 2d Cir."

June 02, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about a Second Circuit ruling in United States v. Ganias.

"Trump Pledge to Scrap Regulations Might Be Sisyphean Task"

June 02, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about the Congressional Review Act.

"Hillary Clinton’s Emails"

May 31, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on NPR about the continuing controversy over Hillary Clinton's private email server.

"Crimes Against Humanity"

May 31, 2016

Sean Murphy is interviewed about the evolution of international criminal law.

"100 Years On, Justice Louis Brandeis Still a Towering Figure"

May 31, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed by WHYY-FM about Justice Louis Brandeis.

"No Warm Welcome for Bill Weld"

May 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Boston Herald about Libertarian vice presidential candidate William F. Weld.

“Will Bernie Cause Hillary to Lose the Election?”

May 29, 2016

Neil Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the effect of Bernie Sanders on Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

"Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, Prescient Judicial Philosopher"

May 27, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed by NPR about the legacy of Justice Louis Brandeis.

"Resolutions to Disapprove Rules on the Rise: ABA Panel"

May 27, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted by Bloomberg BNA about use of the Congressional Review Act to "disapprove" executive branch regulations.

“Did Mosby Overreach in Freddie Gray Case?”

May 26, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is interviewed by WYPR about State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby charging officers in the death of Freddie Gray.

“Should Domestic Violence Victims Go To Prison For Killing Their Abusers?”

May 25, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted by The Huffington Post about a New York state bill that would give judges greater discretion when answering that question.

“Bill Cosby, From Victimizer to Victim”

May 25, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The San Francisco Chronicle about the unsealing of Bill Cosby’s deposition.

“House Republicans Take Unprecedented Step to Upend Local D.C. Law”

May 25, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Washington Post about the relationship District of Columbia political leaders and Republicans in Congress.

“Lessons in Censorship”

May 24, 2016

Catherine Ross is mentioned in The Huffington Post for her scholarship on free speech rights of students in K-12 public schools.

“The Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis”

May 24, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed by NPR about the legacy of Justice Louis Brandeis.

“Mr., Ms. Smith to go Washington: Citizens Add Voices on National Issues”

May 24, 2016

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted by Cronkite News about popular pressure in politics.

“A Sting and a Sham College”

May 24, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted by Inside Higher Ed about colleges that abuse the student visa system.

“Should Law Enforcement Have to Get a Warrant to Obtain Stored Emails?”

May 22, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg writes in The Wall Street Journal about how subpoenas protect email privacy.

“Death of Judge Scalia Slows Top American Court”

May 21, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Voice of America about divisions on the Supreme Court.

“Early Spokeo Fallout: Privacy Defendants Try to Capitalize”

May 20, 2016

Daniel Solove is mentioned by Reuters for his reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Spokeo v. Robins.

“What Trump's Supreme Court List (and Hillary Clinton's Reaction to It) Tells Us”

May 19, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned in a Fox News Channel op-ed for his comments about Donald Trump’s list of potential Supreme Court nominees.

“Ralph Nader Declares War on Harvard”

May 19, 2016

Alan B. Morrison is quoted by Politico about Ralph Nader running for a seat on Harvard University’s board.

“Oklahoma Law Banning Abortion Unlikely to Reach Supreme Court”

May 19, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Roll Call about an Oklahoma law banning abortion.

“Warren Buffett’s Protégés Flex Investment Muscle”

May 18, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted by Financial Times about the brain trust at Berkshire Hathaway.

“Bloomberg Law: 'Bro’s Club' Suit Puts BofA Under Probe (Audio)”

May 18, 2016

Michael Selmi is interviewed by Bloomberg Law about a managing director suing Bank of America for gender discrimination.

“In Contraception Case, Supreme Court Tried Something Different – And It Worked”

May 17, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted by The Christian Science Monitor about unanimity on the Supreme Court.

“Gender-Segregated Public Bathrooms Have A Long, Ugly History”

May 17, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by Buzzfeed News about gender equity in restrooms.

“Supreme Court Sends Birth Control Mandate Challenge Back to Lower Courts”

May 16, 2016

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by Deseret News about the impact of the Supreme Court’s order in Zubik v. Burwell.

“Warren Buffett's Company Buys 9.8 Million Apple Shares”

May 16, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted by the Los Angeles Times about Berkshire Hathaway purchasing a stake in Apple, Inc.

“A Closer Look at Donald Trump's Comments About Refinancing U.S. Debt”

May 16, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by PolitiFact about Donald Trump’s comments on refinancing U.S. debt.

“Warren Buffett Appears to be Embracing Technology with Apple Investment and Rumored Yahoo Deal”

May 16, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted by the Omaha World-Herald about Berkshire Hathaway’s investment in Apple, Inc.

“Online Data Broker May Have To Face Lawsuit Over Errors”

May 16, 2016

Daniel Solove is quoted by MediaPost about a Supreme Court ruling concerning online data aggregator Spokeo.

"Citizen Brandeis"

May 14, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen's book on Louis D. Brandeis is mentioned in The Economist.

“Appeals Court Denies Rehearing Request in ‘Sister Wives’ Polygamy Case”

May 13, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Salt Lake Tribune about the dismissal of a decision that decriminalized polygamy in Utah.

“This Health-care Trend Could Make Your Hospital Stay $2,000 More Expensive”

May 13, 2016

William E. Kovacic is quoted by The Washington Post about antitrust programs at the DOJ and FTC.

“Religious Fervor Encircles Nogales City Hall”

May 13, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted by Nogales International about an advertisement that connected a mayor with a religious event.

"Federal Judge Strikes Down Obamacare Payments"

May 12, 2016
Jonathan Turley, who is representing House Republicans in a lawsuit against the ACA, is quoted by USA Today about a judge's ruling in the case. Additional coverage includes The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.

“Judge Strikes Down Obama Health Law Insurance Subsidy in Victory for House GOP”

May 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley, who is representing House Republicans in a lawsuit against the ACA, is quoted by The Washington Post about a judge's ruling in the case.

“Architect of House GOP Obamacare Lawsuit Savors Unlikely Win”

May 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by The Wall Street Journal for representing House Republicans in their challenge to the Affordable Care Act.

“No One Knows What the Hell Trump Is Talking About When It Comes to the Deficit”

May 11, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by Vice about Donald Trump’s plan for the federal deficit.

“Could Single-sex Final Clubs Sue Harvard Over New Restrictions?”

May 11, 2016

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by Boston.com about Harvard’s new restrictions on students who join single-sex social groups.

“Soldier Suing Obama Over ISIS War Is Doing Fine, Lawyer Says”

May 06, 2016

Lisa Schenck is quoted by U.S. News & World Report about a soldier suing President Obama.

“The Panama Papers”

May 06, 2016

Jessica Tillipman is interviewed on Legal Talk Network about the Panama Papers.

“The Principles of Better Buying Power”

May 05, 2016

Steven L. Schooner is interviewed on Federal News Radio about “Better Buying Power Principles.”

“The U.S. Government Has Been Outsourcing the Gitmo Trials”

May 03, 2016

Laura A. Dickinson is quoted by Buzzfeed News about the Department of Defense using private contractors for a major terrorism investigation.

“Consumer Brands are Underdogs in Today’s Berkshire, But They Still Hold Value for Buffett”

May 01, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted in the Omaha World-Herald about why small consumer product companies remain essential to Berkshire Hathaway.

“Cunningham: Culture of Autonomy Makes Berkshire’s Size More Strength than Weakness”

April 30, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham pens an annual op-ed for the Omaha World-Herald explaining why even populists might applaud the vast scale of Berkshire Hathaway.

“Warren Buffett Approves Every Title This Independent Book Store Sells at the Berkshire Hathaway Meeting”

April 30, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham comments in Quartz on how Berkshire Hathaway's annual meetings increases sales of books about the conglomerate.

“Flint Water Case Challenges Prosecutors”

April 28, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the Flint water scandal.

“Legal Void Allows Post-Mortem Sperm Extraction”

April 27, 2016

Naomi R. Cahn is interviewed by Southern California Public Radio about the ethics of post-mortem sperm extraction.

“Ransomware Hackers Blackmail U.S. Police Departments”

April 26, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted by NBC News about whether ransomware cases taint evidence.

“Was Andrew Jackson the Only U.S. President to Bring National Debt to Zero?”

April 21, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by PolitiFact about Andrew Jackson’s management of the national debt.

“Senate Hearing Trains Spotlight on FCC Process”

April 20, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by Broadcasting and Cable for his testimony before The Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee.

“Panel: Money Keeps Animals on Endangered Species List”

April 20, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted in The Washington Examiner about the Endangered Species Act.

“Liberal Biases, Too, May Block Progress on Climate Change”

April 19, 2016

Donald Braman is mentioned by The New York Times for his research on “Cultural Cognition of Scientific Consensus.”

“Saudi Arabia is Threatening to Sell $750 Billion in U.S. Assets. Talk About an Empty Threat.”

April 18, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Los Angeles Times about Saudi Arabia’s threat to sell $750 billion in U.S. assets.

"Microsoft Sues Government for Secret Searches"

April 14, 2016

Orin Kerr is quoted by CNN about Fourth Amendment rights and email searches. 

“What a Minnesota Poaching Case Says About the 4th Amendment and GPS”

April 13, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about the Supreme Court case on GPS and the Fourth Amendment, United States v.

“Utah’s Polygamy Ban Restored in Big Defeat for ‘Sister Wives’”

April 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley is mentioned in The Washington Post for representing the “Sister Wives” family.

“Baltimore Case on Cellphone Tracking Echoes Broader Concerns”

April 10, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by NBC News about a ruling that police must obtain a warrant to use cell-site simulators.

“Are Some Divorcing Parents Brainwashing Their Children? The Controversial Idea of Parental Alienation”

April 08, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted by ABC News about parental alienation in child custody cases.

“Visa Headache Trump and Sanders Agree On in Focus Amid Shortage”

April 08, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted by Bloomberg Businessweek about H-1B visas.

“Missing Minnesota Sisters' Mother Accused of Hiding Them and Father Who Blames Her Tell Their Sides of the Story”

April 08, 2016

Joan S. Meier is interviewed by ABC News about custody cases in which mothers claim abuse.

“Here's How the U.S. Government Plans to Break the Encryption on Your Smartphone”

April 08, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by Business Insider about U.S. Senate bill that would require tech companies to decrypt data when presented with a court order.

"Dishing Dubious Logic, From Bathroom Bills To Garland"

April 07, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about illogical political arguments.

“Why the Onslaught of Religious Freedom Laws?”

April 07, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted by CNN about the political resurgence of religious freedom laws.

“Trump Attorneys Describe IRS 'Examinations'”

April 01, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in Tax Notes about Donald Trump’s letter explaining IRS audits of his tax returns.

“Peddling Fantasy Facts, From Voter Fraud to Benghazi”

March 31, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about lies in politics.

“Merrick Garland's Trunk-Search Ruling Gives Some Defense Advocates Chills”

March 30, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about Judge Merrick Garland upholding a warrantless search of a car trunk in a 1997 opinion.

“Scalia’s Absence Changes Union Case (Audio)”

March 29, 2016

Michael Selmi is interviewed by Bloomberg Law about the Supreme Court’s 4-4 tie in a public-sector union case.

“Why Is Utah the First State to Have a White-Collar Crime Registry?”

March 29, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned by The Atlantic for her scholarship about affinity-based securities and investment fraud.

“Supreme Court Deadlocked as Republican Senator Meets with Merrick Garland”

March 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed by ABC News Radio about the Supreme Court’s split decision in a public-sector union case.

“The Supreme Court Just Issued a Huge Victory to Public-sector Unions in the Biggest Case Affected by Scalia’s Death”

March 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Business Insider about the Supreme Court’s split decision in a public-sector union case.

“No, Social Security is Not, Repeat Not, Going Bust”

March 28, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the future of Social Security.

“Investor Seeks to Put Chinese Leadership on Trial over Market Crash”

March 27, 2016

Donald C. Clarke is quoted in The Globe and Mail about a Chinese investor who is trying to sue the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

“With Cheap Gas, People Drive More and Auto Insurers’ Costs Go Up, Leading to Higher Premiums”

March 24, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham discusses GEICO, the DC-based auto insurer owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, in the Omaha World-Herald.

“On Business Issues, Republicans Might Want a Justice Garland”

March 24, 2016

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted in The New York Times about Judge Merrick Garland’s views on judicial deference.

“Is Nuclear Energy ‘Toast’?”

March 23, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Power about public opinion of nuclear energy.

“In Criminal Rulings, Garland Has Usually Sided With Law Enforcement”

March 22, 2016

Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The New York Times about how Judge Merrick Garland rules in criminal cases.

“The Delay In The FBI's Clash With Apple: What Does It Mean?”

March 22, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by NPR about a new development in the FBI’s legal battle with Apple.

"What the Latest Challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s Contraception Mandate Means for Religious Believers"

March 21, 2016

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted in Deseret News about the Supreme Court case Zubik v. Burwell.

“Apple Showdown with FBI over Terrorist's iPhone Reaches Crucial Stage”

March 19, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in the San Jose Mercury News about the difficulty of the legal questions in Apple’s conflict with the FBI.

"The Gawker-Hulk Hogan Case Shows Not All Truth Has the Same Value"

March 18, 2016

Daniel Solove writes about freedom of speech and the First Amendment in the New York Times.

“From Austerity to Free Trade, Elites Play Catch-Up”

March 18, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about fraudulent conventional views on political issues.

“EPA's Updated MATS Analysis Kicks Off Co-Benefit Debate”

March 18, 2016

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted in Bloomberg BNA about Chief Justice John Roberts’ comments on the EPA’s use of co-benefits.

“A Glimpse Inside Child Protective Services”

March 18, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted in Fairfax County Times about Child Protective Services.

"Considering Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland"

March 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on NPR about the nomination of Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court.

"The Supreme Court Standoff: A Roundup of Nomination Coverage"

March 17, 2016

The Wall Street Journal features comments by Jonathan Turley on the selection of Merrick Garland as President Obama's Supreme Court nominee. 

“Obama Picks SCOTUS Nominee”

March 16, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR about Merrick Garland’s selection as President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.

“Book Discussion on Lessons in Censorship”

March 16, 2016

Catherine J. Ross speaks on C-SPAN about her scholarship on free speech rights of students in school settings.

“Only Voters Can Save Merrick Garland”

March 16, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about Merrick Garland’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.

“Democrats Push SEC Nominees on Corporate Political Spending”

March 15, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned by Reuters for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“Allies Say Obama’s Court Pick Is Near, and Will Be Hard for Republicans to Ignore”

March 14, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The New York Times about whom President Obama will pick for the Supreme Court vacancy.

“Why the Gridlock Slowing New Rules for Wall Street Won't Go Away”

March 14, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned by Bloomberg for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“SEC Nominee Lisa Fairfax Is Diversity Advocate and Law Professor”

March 14, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is profiled in The Wall Street Journal for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“U.S. Supreme Court After Scalia”

March 11, 2016

Alan B. Morrison is interviewed by Voice of America about the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“U.S. Expands Foreign STEM Grad Job Training Program”

March 11, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Marketplace about the U.S. expanding a job training program for foreign STEM graduates.

“Polygamous Sect Verdict: Why Religion is No Longer a Shield for Crime”

March 11, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Christian Science Monitor about a polygamous cohabitation case.

“Foreign Tech And Engineering Students Can Now Stay In The U.S. Longer”

March 10, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Buzzfeed News about a new visa rule that affects students studying science, technology, engineering, and math.

“Is a Vote for Clinton Just a Vote for Trump?”

March 10, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill about an immunity deal for the former State Department employee who set up Hillary Clinton’s email server.

“A Look at the Current Debate Over Free Speech on College Campuses”

March 10, 2016

Catherine J. Ross participates in an event held by the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics about free speech on college campuses.

“Trump's Modeling Agency Broke Immigration Laws, Attorneys Say”

March 10, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted by CNN about H-1B visas.

“Leave the Fed Alone!”

March 09, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in The Huffington Post about Bernie Sanders’ call to audit the Federal Reserve.

“What Could Presidents Trump, Cruz, or Clinton Actually Achieve?”

March 09, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about what each of the front-running presidential candidates would accomplish if elected.

“Influence of Chief Justice John Marshall”

March 09, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed by C-SPAN about the influence of Chief Justice John Marshall.

“How A Foiled Robbery Sheds Light On Apple's Clash With The FBI”

March 08, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is interviewed by NPR about how the Supreme Court case Winston v. Lee relates to the standoff between Apple and the FBI.

“Shelby Schedules First Hearings of the Year for Obama Nominees”

March 08, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned in The Washington Examiner for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“For Domestic Violence Survivors, Family Court Becomes Site of Continued Abuse”

March 06, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted by “Truthout” about the impact of abuse allegations on custody litigation.

“Apple Defense Pairs Cyberpioneer With Architect of Samsung Brawl”

March 04, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Bloomberg Business about the reputation of Marc Zwillinger, a lawyer helping Apple in its legal battle with the FBI.

“Voters Want a Revolution. Here’s What That Would Take.”

March 04, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in The Washington Post about how to reform the United States government.

“CFTC, SEC Inch Closer to Full Strength With Nominations Moves”

March 03, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned in The Wall Street Journal for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“Why Was Officer Peter Liang Convicted?”

March 03, 2016
Stephen A. Saltzburg is quoted in The Atlantic about the trial of Peter Liang, the NYPD officer who shot a man in a public housing building.

“Free Speech, Digital Piracy Headline AAP Annual Meeting”

March 02, 2016

Catherine Ross is mentioned in Publishers Weekly for a talk she gave about free speech in schools.

“Catherine Ross: ‘Freedom of Speech is the Engine Oil of Democracy’”

March 01, 2016

Catherine Ross is interviewed by the National Coalition Against Censorship about her scholarship on freedom of speech in schools.

“Antonin Scalia — A Justice in Full”

February 29, 2016

Bradford R. Clark, a former clerk for Antonin Scalia, writes in National Review about the mind and character of the Justice.

“Some Doubt Trump's Claims About Tax Returns”

February 29, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by Tax Notes about Donald Trump’s claims that he is unable to release tax returns while under audit.

“‘This is No Small Thing’: What’s Really at Stake in the Apple Encryption Debate”

February 28, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned in Salon for his analysis of the conflict between Apple and the FBI.

"It's Christmas Eve for Value Investors!"

February 26, 2016

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted in Marketplace on why Warren Buffett is so widely followed.

“How the First Black Oscar Winner Dealt with Being Segregated from White Gone with the Wind Co-stars at Academy Awards”

February 25, 2016

W. Burlette Carter is quoted in The Daily Mail about the first black winner of an Academy Award.

“Judge Says There Isn’t a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy When Using Anonymity Service Tor”

February 25, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned by Slate in an article about the reasonable expectation of privacy and Tor usage.

“What Apple vs. FBI is NOT About”

February 25, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned by the San Francisco Chronicle about his written comments on the conflict between Apple and the FBI.

“Banks Love Fed's Too-Big-To-Fail Plan, If They Can Change It”

February 23, 2016

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted by Bloomberg Business about the Fed’s “Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity” proposal.

“Do You Need to Control Your Online Identity After Your Death?”

February 22, 2016

Naomi Cahn is quoted by Observer about controlling online identities after death.

“Scalia's Absence to be Felt as U.S. Supreme Court Returns”

February 21, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted by WSAU-FM about what Justice Scalia’s absence will mean when the Supreme Court returns.

“Kanawha Sheriff's Rejection Rate Low for Concealed Carry Applications”

February 21, 2016

Robert J. Cottrol is quoted in the Charleston Gazette-Mail about the history of U.S. gun laws.

“How Apple’s Stand Against the FBI Could Backfire”

February 19, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Slate about the government’s request to access a San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.

“Fight Over Scalia's Successor Reignites Supreme Court Term Limit Debate”

February 19, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is mentioned in The Christian Science Monitor about an op-ed he wrote on Supreme Court term limits.

“Some Want to Limit Justices to 18 Years on Supreme Court”

February 18, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is paraphrased by The Associated Press about Supreme Court lifetime appointments.

“Will the Supreme Court Let These Domestic Abusers Get Their Guns Back?”

February 17, 2016

Joan S. Meier is quoted by “Lenny Letter” about an amicus brief she filed in the Supreme Court case Voisine v. United States.

“The Case for a Liberal Scalia”

February 17, 2016

David Fontana writes for Slate about who President Obama should nominate to the Supreme Court.

“FBI-Apple Case Forces Encryption Debate Into Courts”

February 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Agence France Presse about a magistrate judge ordering Apple to create backdoor access to iPhones.

“Courts Poised to Reshape Landmark Computer Crimes Act”

February 17, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in Politico about the potential that the Supreme Court will hear cases centering on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

“Scalia's Unusual View of Supreme Court Diversity”

February 17, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about the legal educations of Supreme Court justices.

“With Scalia’s Death, the Paris Climate Plan Is Back in Play”

February 17, 2016

Emily Hammond is quoted in Wired about what Justice Scalia’s death means for the Clean Power Plan.

“Best Supreme Court Nominee May be Best Loser”

February 17, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about who President Obama could pick to fill the Supreme Court vacancy.

“Apple Set for Epic Showdown With FBI”

February 17, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in San Jose Mercury News about Apple’s challenge to an order to help the FBI unlock a San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.

“Is It Time To Reconsider Lifetime Appointments To The Supreme Court?”

February 17, 2016

Orin S. Kerr is quoted on NPR about reconsidering lifetime appointments to the Supreme Court.

“Worst Job in Washington: Obama's SCOTUS Pick”

February 16, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted on CNN about the difficulties President Obama will face in getting any Supreme Court nominee confirmed.

“This Could Be the Biggest U.S. Supreme Court Case Affected by Justice Scalia's Sudden Death”

February 16, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Business Insider about how Justice Scalia’s death could affect the case Friedrichs v.

“Justice Scalia’s Death and the Case for Supreme Court Term Limits”

February 16, 2016

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about the case for Supreme Court term limits.

“Political Drama Over Scalia Successor Echoes 1968 Nomination Fight”

February 16, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR about what happened when the Senate filibustered President Lyndon Johnson’s Supreme Court nominations at the end of his term.

“Death of Antonin Scalia Raises Stakes in Presidential Race”

February 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on CNN about the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Questions Emerge About McDonnell Appeal After Death On Supreme Court”

February 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted on NPR about how the death of Justice Scalia might affect ex-Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s appeal.

“The Life And Legacy Of Justice Scalia — And The Future Makeup Of The Supreme Court”

February 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show” about the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Will the Death of Antonin Scalia Change the Culture of the Bench?”

February 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on MSNBC about the death of Antonin Scalia.

"What Made Antonin Scalia Great"

February 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen writes for The Atlantic about the life and legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Obama Should Act With Restraint on Court”

February 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today that President Obama should avoid making a recess appointment to fill the Scalia vacancy at the Supreme Court.

“Antonin Scalia: His Legacy in Law and Politics”

February 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on Public Radio International’s “To the Point” about Antonin Scalia’s legacy.

“Without Antonin Scalia, What's Next for the Supreme Court?”

February 15, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted on CBS News about recess appointments to the Supreme Court after the passing of Antonin Scalia.

“How Scalia Made Constitutional Law Exciting”

February 15, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed on PBS “NewsHour” about the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Antonin Scalia’s Death Probably Won’t Affect ‘Fisher,’ but It Could Change the Future of Affirmative Action”

February 14, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in The Chronicle of Higher Education about what Justice Scalia’s death might mean for “Fisher” and the future of affirmative

“How Antonin Scalia Changed America”

February 14, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in Politico about the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia.

"What the Death of Justice Antonin Scalia Means for Religious Liberty"

February 14, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in The Atlantic about what the death of Justice Antonin Scalia means for religious liberty cases.

“Scalia’s Greatest Strength, His Steadfastness, was Also His Greatest Weakness”

February 14, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in The Washington Post about the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Could Obama Make a Recess Appointment to the Supreme Court?”

February 13, 2016

Jonathan Turley is interviewed on Fox News Channel about the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia.

“Nominee Could Boost SEC's Board Diversity Efforts”

February 12, 2016

Lisa M. Fairfax is mentioned by Bloomberg BNA for how her nomination to the SEC could boost the Commission’s board diversity efforts.

“Freedom of Speech v. Civility”

February 11, 2016

Catherine Ross is mentioned in The Nation for her scholarship on censorship in schools.

"Cops Recording Your Every Move For 10 Weeks Doesn't Violate The Constitution"

February 08, 2016
Orin Kerr is mentioned in The Huffington Post for his analysis of a 6th Circuit ruling that ten weeks of public camera surveillance is not a search.

“Abbott Supports Christian Crosses on Cop Cars”

February 05, 2016

Ira C. Lupu is quoted in the Houston Chronicle about whether law enforcement officers should be able to display crosses on their patrol cars.

"GOP Candidates Won't Promise to End Porn"

February 04, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about the political will to ban internet pornography.

"Jeb’s White House Run Is Over. Hold On, Not So Fast…"

February 03, 2016

Neil Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Jeb Bush’s presidential bid.

“Uber for Divorce? These Startups Are Bringing DIY Divorces to the Masses”

February 03, 2016

Naomi Cahn is quoted in The New York Observer about tech startups focusing on divorce.

“Calling Out Corruption”

February 03, 2016

Jessica Tillipman is interviewed on NPR about the Supreme Court hearing former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell’s corruption appeal.

“Experts: Trump Can Play Adele's Sad Songs As Much As He'd Like”

February 02, 2016

Robert Brauneis is quoted in U.S. News & World Report about music licensing at political campaign events.

“The Irrationality of Natural Life Sentences”

February 01, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The New York Times about age as a predictor of criminal recidivism.

“McDonnell’s Case Might Help Others Accused of Corruption”

January 29, 2016

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in The Washington Post about the Supreme Court potentially overturning the convictions of former Virginia gove

“Rating the Presidential Candidates on Antitrust Positions — Former FTC Chairman”

January 27, 2016

William Kovacic is quoted in The Denver Post about the antitrust positions of the top four presidential candidates.

"A 'Trolley Problem' Dilemma for the F.B.I."

January 27, 2016
Orin Kerr writes in The New York Times about the difficult options facing the F.B.I. when it comes to shutting down child pornography sites. 

"Disney Lawsuit Reveals an H-1B Visa System That Heavily Favors Outsourcing Companies"

January 26, 2016
Neil Ruiz discusses the process of securing an H-1B visa.

"Court Wrangling Over Cybercrime Law"

January 26, 2016
Orin Kerr is quoted in Politico about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and when it may reach the Supreme Court.

“Investigating Sexual Assault, Regionally”

January 25, 2016

John Banzhaf is quoted in Inside Higher Ed about a plan to create regional consortiums of colleges that can respond to cases of campus sexual assault.

“These Obscure Colleges Sign Up Thousands Of Foreign Students With Little Oversight”

January 22, 2016

Neil Ruiz is quoted in Buzzfeed News about Tri-Valley University, a college whose founder was convicted of running an immigration scam.

"Why First Amendment Values Matter"

January 22, 2016

Catherine Ross writes in "Cato Unbound" about free speech on college campuses.

“Poor Little Rich Kid Trump, the Ultimate Entitled Brat”

January 22, 2016

Neil Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the origin of Donald Trump’s wealth.

“No Legal Grounds for Militants' Land Claims”

January 20, 2016

Robert Glicksman is quoted in E&E about the land claims of the militia occupying a federal facility in Oregon.

“Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Obama's Immigration Action”

January 19, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is quoted in Houston Chronicle about the Supreme Court hearing a challenge to President Obama’s executive order on immigration.

“Spotify Forgets To Pay Some Artists”

January 19, 2016

Robert Brauneis is interviewed on Bloomberg Radio about copyright infringement lawsuits against Spotify for alleged unlicensed streaming of songs.

“Republicans Want Reassurances on Opening All Military Jobs to Women”

January 18, 2016

Lisa Schenck is quoted in The Washington Examiner about Congress’ authority to order the Pentagon not to lift the ban on women in combat.

“Not Too Big to Fail. Too Expensive to Exist”

January 13, 2016

Arthur Wilmarth is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about tougher regulatory rules on the largest U.S. banks.

“Gaza Activists' Lawsuit Argues Israel Attacked U.S. Territory in Raid on Ship”

January 12, 2016

Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about American activists suing Israel for raiding a U.S. civilian ship.

“Obama May Again Need an Executive Order to Close Notorious Prison”

January 12, 2016

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Globe and Mail about a “presidential pledge to govern alone.”

“In U.S. Court, Israel Faces Civil Suit by Americans Injured in Gaza Flotilla Raid”

January 11, 2016

Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about a lawsuit by Americans injured while attempting to breach a blockade of the Gaza Strip.

“For Some African Americans, Gun Ownership Underscores Segregated Past”

January 11, 2016

Robert Cottrol is interviewed about gun ownership among African Americans.

“Debate Over The Second Amendment To The U.S. Constitution”

January 11, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen is interviewed about the origin and evolution of the Second Amendment.

“Justice Breyer on Term Limits, Differences with Justice Scalia and More”

January 07, 2016

Alan Morrison is mentioned as the moderator of a discussion with Justice Stephen Breyer.

“Strangling the Free Mind”

January 04, 2016

Catherine Ross writes about schools that censor students’ speech.

"Warren Sets Stage to Wield More Influence in 2016"

December 31, 2015

Lisa Fairfax is mentioned for her nomination to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

"Bill Cosby Will Find Silence is Not His Friend in Court"

December 30, 2015

Jonathan Turley writes about Bill Cosby’s upcoming rape trial.

"Woman Beats DUI Rap With Claim Her Body Brews Alcohol"

December 30, 2015

Jonathan Turley is quoted about a woman who had drunken-driving charges dismissed because of her rare medical condition.

"Politicians May Have to Wear Donor Logos in California"

December 30, 2015

Jonathan Turley is quoted about a proposed ballot initiative in California that would force state politicians to wear the logos of their top 10 donor

"Warren Buffett Arrives in Europe"

December 28, 2015

Lawrence Cunningham writes about Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway's first acquisition in Europe.

"The 2-Year Law Education Fails to Take Off"

December 25, 2015

Blake Morant is quoted about two-year law school programs.

"Same-sex Couples Could Both Be Biological Parents to Their Babies with New Genetic Technique, Scientists Say"

December 21, 2015

Sonia Suter is quoted about in vitro gametogenesis, a new fertilization technique.

“Diversity Efforts in 2015 Notable, But Lacking”

December 21, 2015

Cheryl Kettler writes in National Law Journal about diversity recruiting and retention in law firms.

“New Technique Could Help Same-Sex Couples Have a Child Biologically-Related To Both Partners”

December 21, 2015

Sonia Suter is quoted about in vitro gametogenesis.

"We Should Be Wary of In Vitro Gametogenesis, Which Could Create Test Tube Babies with Genes From More Than Two People"

December 18, 2015

Sonia Suter is quoted about the ethical dilemmas of in vitro gametogenesis.

"Obama's 'No Fly, No Buy' Policy Would Test Limits of Gun Rights"

December 18, 2015

Robert Cottrol is quoted about plan to ban people on the government’s no-fly list from buying firearms.

"Who Represents the World’s Tyrants and Torturers in Washington?"

December 17, 2015

Ralph Steinhardt is quoted about foreign governments with poor human rights records hiring U.S. law firms for representation.

"The Duty to Respond – Or Not"

December 17, 2015

Alan Morrison writes about “the duty to respond.”

"Fed's Plan for Unwinding Behemoths Won't Cut It"

December 16, 2015

Arthur Wilmarth writes about the Fed’s proposed “total loss absorbing capacity” requirement for megabanks.

"The Fed’s TLAC Proposal Would Impose the Costs of Resolving Failed Megabanks on Ordinary Investors and Taxpayers"

December 16, 2015

Arthur Wilmarth writes about the Fed’s proposed “total loss absorbing capacity” requirement for megabanks.

"Legal Experts Explain a Hung Jury and What Comes Next"

December 16, 2015

Cynthia Lee is quoted about mistrials.

"Fed's Plan for Unwinding Behemoths Won't Cut It"

December 16, 2015

Arthur Wilmarth writes about the Fed’s proposed “total loss absorbing capacity” requirement for megabanks.

"The Government Wants Access to Smartphones. What You Should Know"

December 15, 2015

Jonathan Turley is quoted about the fight between the government and tech companies over cellphone encryption.

"Washington Bar Suspends Ethics Opinions, Cites Antitrust Fears"

December 15, 2015

Thomas Morgan is quoted about antitrust claims that could be lodged against lawyer-controlled boards.

"Mobbed Up: Arms Dealer In American Anti-ISIS Effort Linked To Organized Crime"

December 15, 2015

Steven Schooner is quoted about the U.S. military using a company with ties to a Bulgarian organized crime figure.

"Semi-automatics Key Factor in Wilmington Violence"

December 11, 2015

Robert Cottrol is quoted about the threat of semi-automatic weapons versus rifles and other guns used in mass shootings.

"How Obama's Power Plays Set the Stage for Trump"

December 10, 2015

Jonathan Turley writes about executive authority and Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

"Could U.S. Legally Bar Muslims From Country?"

December 08, 2015

Jonathan Turley is quoted about Donald Trump’s call to ban Muslims from entering the United States.

"Donald Trump Calls for ‘Total’ Ban on Muslims Entering United States"

December 08, 2015

Jonathan Turley is quoted about Donald Trump’s call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States.

"Yale Lecturer Resigns Over Halloween Costume Email Controversy"

December 08, 2015

Catherine Ross is mentioned for her book about censorship in schools.

"A Partisan Bipartisan"

December 07, 2015

David Fontana writes about Congresswoman Elise Stefanik.

"How Baptist Health Benefits from Tax Exemption"

December 06, 2015

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted about community benefit spending by nonprofit healthcare systems.

"Public Shame as a Tool of Justice"

December 06, 2015

Jonathan Turley is interviewed about public shaming.

"Why Some Police Departments Let Anyone Listen to Their Scanner Conversations – Even Criminals"

December 04, 2015

John Banzhaf is quoted about why some police departments allow the public to listen to scanner conversations.

"School Voucher Advocates Push Supreme Court to Hear Case on Blaine Amendments"

December 03, 2015

Ira Lupu is mentioned for a Q+A he participated in with the Pew Research Center.

"The TSA and the Price of Security"

December 03, 2015

Steven Schooner is quoted about TSA’s use of “other transaction authority.”

"How Warren Buffett Helps Start-Ups Without Spending a Dime"

December 01, 2015

Lawrence Cunningham is quoted about how Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway supports start-up businesses.

"Will Salt Warnings in Food Work? Experts Debate"

December 01, 2015

John Banzhaf is interviewed about warnings on restaurant menus.

"Chinese in D.C. for Cyber Talks"

December 01, 2015

Orin Kerr is quoted about his proposed approach to interpreting computer trespass laws.