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"By His Count, Washington Attorney General Hasn’t Lost a Case Against Trump Yet"

October 02, 2019
Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Los Angeles Times on the large number of cases being brought by the states against Trump.

"Analysts Talk Impeachment Inquiry & What's Next"

October 02, 2019

Paul Schiff Berman appeared on Lilly Broadcasting to discuss what Democrats would need to prove Trump committed an abuse of power.

"Supreme Court Is Key After Trump’s String of Losses in Lower Courts"

September 30, 2019

Emily Hammond is quoted by The Wall Street Journal on how the Trump administration has failed to comply with basic administrative law.

"Ex-GOP Chair Hayes Could Testify Against Others in Scheme: 'They Should Be Worried.'"

September 30, 2019

Jessica Tillipman is quoted by The Charlotte Observer on how the former state chairman's testimony could lead to other convictions.

"Wrongly Convicted, They Had to Choose: Freedom or Restitution"

September 30, 2019

Jeffrey S. Gutman's research on exoneree compensation is mentioned by The New York Times.

"What If Your Abusive Husband Is a Cop?"

September 30, 2019

Joan S. Meier is quoted by The New Yorker on her analysis of more than 2,000 family-court opinions from the past decade.

"UH Freezer Malfunction Update: More Than 150 Families Settle Lawsuits in Loss of Embryos"

September 29, 2019

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted by The Cleveland Plain Dealer on how it is impossible to fully compensate victims of fertility clinic malpractice.

"Trump Has No Plans to Add Legal Firepower for Impeachment Fight: Lawyer"

September 29, 2019
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Reuters on how President Trump must change up his legal approach during impeachment hearings.

"The Problem of Impeachment is No Shortage of Scandals on Both Sides"

September 28, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the potential issues involving Hunter Biden as Democrats pursue impeachment against Trump.

"Supreme Court Showdown Looming on Religious Liberty, LGBTQ Cases"

September 28, 2019

Rubert W. Tuttle is quoted by The Washington Times on how a case involving a florist who refused to serve a same-sex couple lacks anti-religious animus.

"SCOTUS' 2019 IP Cases Won't Be Boring, Law Professors Say"

September 27, 2019

Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted by Law.com on the six upcoming intellectual property law cases on the Supreme Court docket.

"Questionnaire Aids Jury Selection in Newspaper Shooting Case"

September 27, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Associated Press on the concerns for picking a jury in the Capital Gazette newspaper shootin

"Democrats Call Donald Trump to Account Over Ukraine 'Favour'"

September 27, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Financial Times on how the Democrats must find clear evidence of quid pro quo against Trump.

"Here’s How Wrongfully Convicted Maryland Prisoners Were Compensated in the Past"

September 26, 2019
Jeffrey S. Gutman is quoted by The Washington Post on how the biggest barrier to exonerees gaining compensation is gubernatorial pardon.

"The Fourth Battle for the Constitution"

September 25, 2019

Jeffrey Rosen writes for The Atlantic on how the current battle over constitutional interpretation will define the country for years to come.

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