Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how President Trump and the Democratic presidential candidates differ on immigration reform.
Jeffrey Rosen reviews Stephen Budiansky's new book, "Oliver Wendell Holmes: A Life in War, Law, and Ideas" for The Washington Post.
Jessica Tillipman is quoted by the Miami Herald on the effect newly uncovered payments in the Odebrecht scandal could have on the investigation.
Alan B. Morrison is quoted by Bloomberg BNA on the limited impact of a SCOTUS ruling on estate planning and trust taxation.
David Fontana writes for CNN on how the Trump administration's decentralization efforts are hurting the federal government.
"The Bladensburg Cross Decision – A Twisted Cross and the Remaking of Establishment Clause Standards"
David Fontana is quoted by The New York Times on the rise of small-dollar donations from outside of a candidate's own district.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Fox News on how treating information as a financial contribution would raise first amendment concerns.
William E. Kovacic is quoted by The New York Times on how big tech companies can navigate antitrust enforcement.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill about separating art from the personal values of the artist.
Mary M. Cheh is quoted by the Associated Press on why prosecutors might reduce a prisoner's sentence because they cooperate with police.
Donald C. Clarke appeared on ChinaEconTalk to discuss the Chinese legal system and legal ownership of Huawei Technology Co., Ltd.