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"When did Trump know about the FBI investigation of Flynn? I suspect Special Counsel Mueller's a theory...", coverage in MSNBC, December 12, 2017, interviewing Professor Paul Bulter

"The rightwing takeover of the US court system will transform American", coverage in The Guardian, December 12, 2017, by Professor Paul Bulter.  

"Mostly White and Male: Diversity Still Lags Among SCOTUS Law Clerks," by the National Law Journal, December 11, 2017, quoting Professor Sheryll Cashin.

"I tussled with a former Trump administration offical about the role of George Papadopolous in Trump's campaign", coverage in MSNBC, December 11, 2017, interviewing Professor Paul Bulter 

"Re-entry program helps inmate fight anger issues," coverage in USA Today, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Butler.

"The #MeToo Moment Came Too Late for Anita Hill," coverage in The Daily Beast, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Susan Deller Ross.

"Barbershop: Politicians And Sexual Harassment," coverage on NPR, December 2, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Butler.

Professor Paul Butler was interviewed on NPR's Weekend Edition, November 25, 2017 on racial disparities in prison sentences.

An interview with Professor Eleanor Holmes Norton (D.C. Del.) appears in The Washington Post, November 22, 2017. The article also mentions Professors Emma Jordan and Susan Deller Ross.

An interview with Professor Eleanor Holmes Norton (D.C. Del.) appears in The Washington Post, November 22, 2017. The article also mentions Professors Emma Jordan and Susan Deller Ross.

"Trump breaks silence on Moore allegations," a segment on MSNBC's The Beat with Ari Melber, November 21, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Butler.

"Maritime students visit US Supreme Court," coverage by SUNYMaritime.edu, November 20, 2017, featuring Professor Steven Goldblatt and the Supreme Court Institute.

"Domestic violence is a tragedy. It's not a predictor of mass murder," by NBC 5 On Your Side, November 15, 2017, with an opinion piece quoting Professor Deborah Epstein.

Professor Paul Butler appeared in a commentary for MSNBC/The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, November 14, 2017. 

"Jurors Say They Cannot Reach Verdict in Menendez Trial," by the New York Times, November 13, 2017, quoting Professor Paul Butler.

"How are mass killings and domestic violence linked?," coverage in PBS NewsHour, November 6, 2017, featuring Professor Deborah Epstein.

"WashU Expert: Accommodation laws take the cake in Colorado case," coverage by The Source (Washington University in St. Louis), October 31, 2017, mentioning Professor Nan Hunter.

"The Fraternal Order of Police Must Go," an opinion piece by Professor Paul Butler, in The Nation, October 11, 2017.

"Justice System Targets Black Men, Ex-Prosecutor Tells Baltimore Audience," coverage by Maryland Matters, October 5, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Butler and a discussion of his book, Chokehold: Policing Black Men.

"What can we learn from the history of interracial relationships in America? (podcast)," a podcast by ABA Journal, October 4, 2017, with Professor Sheryll Cashin.

"California Game Changers: Moving the Needle on Drug Reform," coverage by Capital & Main, October 3, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Butler.

"Protesters Descend on St. Louis, and Police Respond: ‘We’re in Control,' an article in the New York Times, September 18, 2017, quoting Professor Paul Butler.

"When Affirmative Action Isn’t Enough," an article in the New York Times, September 17, 2017, quoting Professor Sheryll Cashin.

"‘Crown Heights’ dramatically illustrates the hell of wrongful incarceration," a piece in ThinkProgress.org, August 29, 2017, mentioning Professor Paul Butler.

"In Shepherd Park, we're working toward a racially diverse Eden", coverage in The Washington Post, August 25, 2017 by Professor Sheryll Cashin. 

 

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