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"After Vote, Malaysia's Real Test Approaches", coverage in US News, May 22, 2018, quoting Professor Yvonne Tew

"How mistakes by state and local prosecutors can lead to unfair trials. The lessons of Corey DeWayne Williams's case," an opinion piece in the Washington Post, May 22, 2018, by Douglas Letter, Visiting Professor of Law and Mary McCord, Senior Litigator from Practice, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, Visiting Professor of Law.  

"He was 16 when Louisiana charged him with murder. Two decades later, he’s free," coverage by the Washington Post, May 22, 2018, quoting Mary McCord, Senior Litigator from Practice, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and Visiting Professor of Law.

"White supremacist groups cite First Amendment rights in battling against Charlottesville lawsuit," by the Washington Times, May 20, 2018, quoting Mary McCord,Senior Litigator from Practice, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, Visiting Professor of Law. 

"Experimental drugs poised for use in Ebola outbreak," coverage in Nature, May 18, 2018, featuring Professor Lawrence Gostin.

"Experts available to discuss subjects related to Ebola virus," coverage in News-Medical.net, May 18, 2018, featuring Professor Lawrence O. Gostin.

"Prof: Mueller Saying He Can’t Indict a President May Really Be a Bad Sign for Trump," coverage in Law & Crime, May 17, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"2nd Circ. RFRA Damages Ruling Doesn't Erase Controversy," coverage in Law 360, May 17, 2018, featuring Associate Professor Martin Lederman.

"Congress Can Support Police Without Federalizing State and Local Crimes," coverage in The Daily Signal, May 17, 2018, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.

"The President finally comes clean on Stormy. TRANSCRIPT: 05/16/2018. All In with Chris Hayes," coverage on MSNBC, May 16, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"Facing lawsuit, more militia groups agree to avoid Charlottesville," coverage on WHSV, May 16, 2018, featuring Visiting Professor Mary McCord.

"Determining which poor people should have to work for aid," coverage in The Bulletin, May 15, 2018, featuring Professor Davis Super.

"White House Cuts Critical Cybersecurity Role as Threats Loom," coverage in Wired, May 15, 2018, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Senate bill would expand federal counter-drone powers, including at local 'mass gatherings'," coverage in The San Francisco Gate, May 15, 2018, featuring Professor Laura K. Donohue.

"Pruitt praised Scalia, but his actions sing a different tune," an opinion piece by Professor William W. Buzbee, on CNN, May 15, 2018.

"Which Poor People Shouldn’t Have to Work for Aid?," coverage in The New York Times, May 15, 2018, featuring Professor David Super.

"Trump’s brutal policies target the most vulnerable Americans," coverage in The Washington Post, May 15, 2018, featuring Professor David Super.

"State Marijuana Laws Dodge Supreme Court Bullet," coverage in Marijuana Moment, May 14, 2018, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.

"The Cybersecurity 202: Trump's ZTE reversal flouts warnings from top national security officials," coverage in The Washington Post, May 14, 2018, featuring Associate Professor Martin S. Lederman.

"For free speech at Macalester, the Devil is in the details," coverage in Bookworm Room, May 14, 2018, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.

"Landmark Cases", coverage on C-SPAN, May 14, 2018, featuring Professor Randy Barnett and Professor Neal Katyal

"Landmark Cases", coverage on C-SPAN, May 14, 2018, featuring Professor Randy Barnett and Professor Neal Katyal

"A GREAT Letter From Constitutional Scholar Publius Huldah on the Dangers of the Article V Convention of States!," coverage in Virginia Right!, May 12, 2018, featuring Professor David Super.

"The new Republican farm bill will dismantle our programs to feed the needy," an opinion piece by Professor David A. Super, May 11, 2018, appearing in the Los Angeles Times.

"SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Mystery, a faux pas, wordy Breyer," coverage by WTOP, May 11, 2018, mentioning Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

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