Jonathan Turley is quoted in The New York Times about whether hateful speech is protected under the First Amendment.
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted in The Washington Times about a Michigan law which forbids discrimination based on political beliefs.
"Jennifer Dulos Disappearance: Study Shows Courts ‘Skeptical’ of Women’s Abuse Claims in Custody Disputes"
Joan S. Meier's research on the family court system is quoted by The Middletown Press to provide context for a missing person case.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the different wealth tax plans discussed at the last Democratic presidential debate.
“2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Should be Talking About the Future of Work for People of Color"
Spencer A. Overton writes for The Hill on how 2020 candidates should address growing concerns from people of color on the changing economy.
Charles B. Craver is quoted by The Hill on how labor issues won't be a motivating factor to Trump's base in 2020.
W. Burlette Carter's research on the history of gendered bathrooms was mentioned by the Chicago Tribune.
"'A Gendered Trap’: When Mothers Allege Child Abuse by Fathers, the Mothers Often Lose Custody, Study Shows"
Joan S. Meier's empirical study on abuse reporting in child custody cases was featured by The Washington Post.
Alan B. Morrison writes for Law360 on a recent settlement involving the City of Baltimore that raises First Amendment concerns.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the lack of scrutiny into Joseph Mifsud's role in the Trump investigation.