Recent Faculty News
"The blurring of racial lines won't save America. Why 'racial fluidity' is a con," coverage by Pantagraph, March 2, 2018, quoting Professor Sheryll Cashin.
"Revenge Of The Stadium Banks," coverage by The Intercept, March 2, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.
"They were Kentucky’s poorest, most desperate people. And he was a Kennedy with an entourage," coverage in The Lexington Herald Leader, February 23, 2018, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
NC Policy Watched announced a discussion with Professor Peter Edeman about his book, Not a Crime to be Poor: The Criminalization of Poverty in America, on February 16, 2018.
"The Unjust Legal System That Penalizes The Poor," coverage by WUNC, February 15, 2018, an interview with Professor Peter Edelman.
"Regulatory Reform Panel Raises Important Discussion," coverage by February 14, 2018, Inside Arm, quoting Professor David C. Vladeck.
"3rd Circ. Won’t Put Media Ownership Deregulation On Hold," coverage by Law 360, February 8, 2018, mentioning Professor Angela Campbell, Lecturer Andrew Schwartzman, James Graves and Chris Laughlin, fellows, Institute for Public Representation.
"Georgetown prof. pushes for decriminalization of poverty at Ford talk," coverage in The Michigan Daily, February 1, 2018, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
"Trump's White House quietly undercut environmental harm mitigation rules," an opinion piece in The Hill, February 1, 2018, by Professor David A. Super.
Professor Adam Levitin gave testimony at the Financial Services Committee's Hearing on Examining Opportunities and Challenges in the Financial Technology (“Fintech”) Marketplace, January 30, 2018. His statement is provided by the committee.
"Lawmakers struggle to find right balance on fintech policy," coverage by the American Banker, January 30, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.
"Your Call: How did poverty become a crime in the US?," coverage on KALW, January 25, 2018, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
"Peter Edelman on poverty and criminal justice," coverage by MPR News, January 17, 2018, featuring Peter Edelman.
"'Work requirements' for public benefits are really just time limits," an opinion piece by Professor David Super, appearing in the Los Angeles Times, on January 15, 2018.
"Activists push to make MLK's Poor People's Campaign a reality," coverage by NBC News, January 15, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.
"The forgotten dream of Martin Luther King Jr.," coverage by The Washington Post, January 14, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.
"Finance on the fringes: Public policy and the big business of small-sum loans.", coverage in This is Hell, January 13, 2018, interviewing Professor Anne Fleming.
Professor Peter Edelman appeared on C-SPAN2's After Word, January 13, 2018, to discuss his book Not a Crime to Be Poor: The Criminalization of Poverty in America (originally recorded Nov. 7, 2017).
"Why California Is a Progressive Model for the Democratic Party," coverage by The Huffington Post, January 13, 2018, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
"Peter Edelman on California as a Progressive Model for the Democratic Party (Audio)," coverage by Truthdig, January 12, 2018, an interview with Professor Peter Edelman.
"How President Clinton Betrayed the Poor," coverage by The Huffington Post, January 5, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman, director, Center on Poverty and Inequality.
"Not a Crime to be Poor," an interview broadcast by KCRW (Santa Monica, California), January 5, 2018, featuring Professsor Peter Edelman, director of the Center on Poverty and Inequality. Edelman's interview was also covered by the HuffPost.
"Sessions Revokes Law Enforcement Guidance On Fining Poor Defendants," coverage in NPR, December 24, 2017, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
"Attorneys and the Pretense of Knowledge," a Competitive Enterprise Institute blog, December 20, 2017, quoting Professor Michael Gottesman.
"Another 'emergency,' another rollback of environment protections," an opinion piece in The Hill, December 13, 2017, by Professor David A. Super.Browse more faculty in the news