In the News


"If the US withdraws From Afghanistan, Will Its Military Contractors Stay? That’s Not Clear."

February 28, 2020

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by The Washington Post on how military contractor deaths are rarely covered by news outlets.

"Why Gun Claims by Joe Biden and Democrats Make Little Legal Sense"

February 27, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the misuse of gun death statistics by Democratic presidential candidates.

"Seila Law: Why George Washington University Law School Professor Alan Morrison Argues SCOTUS Should Not Rule on the CFPB's Constitutionality"

February 27, 2020

Alan B. Morrison appeared on Ballard Spahr's podcast to discuss an amicus brief he wrote urging SCOTUS not to make a decision on Dodd-Frank limits.

"Parents of Two High School Students Sue Over Right to Wear Gun T-Shirts in Class"

February 26, 2020
Catherine J. Ross is quoted by First Amendment Watch on how a student's clothing must provoke or potentially lead to a disruption to be banned.

"Non-profit Overseeing Chesapeake Bay to Sue EPA, Cracking Down on Water Pollution"

February 26, 2020

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by Keloland Media Group on how the pollution case could be used as leverage to hold the EPA accountable for change.

"Non-Profit Overseeing Chesapeake Bay to Sue EPA, Cracking Down on Water Pollution"

February 26, 2020

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by Nexstar Media Group on how a new lawsuit could be the leverage needed for change in the EPA.

"Do Women And Men Have A Confidence Gap?"

February 26, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on how it might be time to change work culture instead of women changing their inherent nature.

"Can the Supreme Court Learn to Speak Up for Itself?"

February 26, 2020

David Fontana co-authored an article for The Washington Post Magazine on how SCOTUS can defend the rule of law in the court of public opinion.

"Do Women And Men Have A Confidence Gap?"

February 26, 2020

Naomi Schoenbaum is quoted by Forbes on how women are punished for self-promoting in the workplace.

"For Investors Shaken by Dow Plunge, Warren Buffett’s New Advice on Finding Long-Term Market Winners"

February 26, 2020

Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in CNBC on how decisions are made in decentralized businesses such as Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

"Amazon Adopts Rivals’ Playbook to Fight JEDI Cloud Bid Loss"

February 25, 2020
Steven L. Schooner is quoted by Bloomberg on how Amazon's court case could amplify its perspective on the procurement challenges of the JEDI contract.

"Religious Freedom Law Thwarting Trump in Curtailing Illegal Immigration"

February 22, 2020
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by The Washington Times on how the RFRA puts the burden on the government to justify its prosecution of individuals.

"Roger Stone Deserves a New Trial"

February 22, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how reports of juror bias in Roger Stone's case should lead to a new trial.

"Trump's Medicaid Chief Labels Medicaid 'Mediocre.' Is It?"

February 21, 2020

Sara Rosenbaum is cited by Kaiser Health News on how a top Medicaid official was unfairly critical of the entitlement program.

"Does Data Need A Minder? Senate Bill Would Create One"

February 20, 2020

Francesca Bignami is quoted by MediaPost on a new bill that would create a federal agency to protect citizens' information from Big Tech.

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