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"Trump Wave of Clemency a Stark Reminder of His Power to Pardon"

February 20, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Financial Times on President Trump's recent pardon of 11 individuals.

"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.

"Roger Stone Case Raises the Question Should Attorney General Barr Resign?"

February 20, 2020
Jonathan Turley appeared on NPR's "Morning Edition" to discuss the DOJ-Trump tweet controversy over Roger Stone's sentencing.

"Understanding the Controversial Nature of Presidential Pardons"

February 19, 2020

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group on the absolute power of presidential pardons.

"US Designates China’s Official Media as Operatives of the Communist State"

February 18, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The New York Times on a new State Department designation of Chinese media as foreign government agents.

"In Defense of William Barr"

February 18, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how critics should start by considering the timing, merits, and process of the Barr controversy.

"Why Abortion Could Impact How People Vote in 2020"

February 18, 2020

Sonia M. Suter appeared on Sinclair Broadcast Group to discuss how the makeup of the judiciary will significantly impact abortion rights.

"Religious Freedom Law Helps Immigrant-Rights Activists Triumph Over Trump"

February 17, 2020
Robert W. Tuttle in quoted in The Washington Times about how a 1990s-era religious freedom law is easing many immigrants' journey to the U.S.

"What You Must Think About Before You Get Married"

February 16, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes about how couples need to consider their financial and legal relationships before getting married.

"Juror 1621 in Roger Stone's Case: Was Justice Undone?"

February 15, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the need to raise questions of jury bias and a fair trial in the case of Roger Stone.

"A Presidency Increasingly Guided by Suspicion and Distrust"

February 15, 2020
Jonathan Turley is quoted in The New York Times about how Trump's responses to perceived threats have become more exaggerated.

"Amazon Defeats the Power of the JEDI … For Now"

February 14, 2020

Steven L. Schooner spoke to Marketplace on how a judge would not halt the JEDI contract without some belief that Amazon has a reasonable chance of winning.

"Court Temporarily Blocks Work on DoD’s JEDI Cloud Contract"

February 13, 2020

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by the Federal News Network on how the DoD cannot move ahead with work on the JEDI Cloud contract.

"Amazon Wins Bid to Halt Microsoft Work For Pentagon"

February 13, 2020
Steven L. Schooner is quoted by the Financial Times on a federal judge's ruling regarding the Defense Department's JEDI cloud contract.

"Judge’s Order Halting JEDI Work Just the Latest Roadblock in Defense Dept.’s Frustrating Journey"

February 13, 2020

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by The Washington Post on how a recent federal ruling could help Amazon’s case against the DoD moving forward.