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"Faith leaders say Trump’s anti-Muslim tweets violate constitutional protections," by the Washington Post, December 15, 2017, referencing Professor Neal Katyal, chair of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.

"Justice Department defends Russia probe from GOP claims of FBI political bias," broadcast on the PBS NewsHour, December 13, 2017, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"Justice Department defends Russia probe from GOP claims of FBI political bias," broadcast on the PBS NewsHour, December 13, 2017, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"You're Invited! SCOTUS Clerks and Diversity: A Conversation With Tony Mauro and Neal Katyal," an announcement by the National Law Journal, December 12, 2017, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"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.  

"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 

"Could a law to bring down the mob be used in Weinstein case?" by the Denver Post, December 9, 2017, quoting Professor Julie O'Sullivan.

 "Plea Deal", coverage in Truth, Politics and Power, December 8, 2017, interveiwing Professor Victoria Nourse

"House Intelligence chairman to hold FBI director, deputy AG in 'contempt of Congress'," coverage in WJLA, December 5, 2017, featuring Professor Louis Michael Seidman.

"Supreme Court Hears Case of Baker Refusing to Make Cake for Gay Wedding," coverage in The Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2017, featuring Professor David Cole.

"Swing Vote Kennedy Conflicted In Masterpiece Cakeshop Case," coverage in Law 360, December 5, 2017, featuring Professor David Cole.

"Trump's lawyers mount a new defense: A president can't obstruct justice. Is that true?," coverage in USA Today, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Louis Michael Seidman.

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

"Can Presidents Obstruct Justice? The Latest Trump Fight, Explained," coverage in The New York Times, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Julie O'Sullivan.

"Mueller invites criticism by revealing taxpayers’ tab for Russia investigation," coverage in The Washington Times, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Julie O'Sullivan.

"Trump’s lawyer: the president can’t obstruct justice. 13 legal experts: yes, he can," coverage in Vox, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor Victoria Nourse.

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

"Up Next At High Court: Gay Rights, Sports Bets And Tax Law," coverage in Law 360, December 1, 2017, featuring Professor David Cole.

Gitmo Terror Trial Farce Gets Into High Gear as Bugged Defense Attorney Locked Up for Contempt, coverage in Newsweek, December 1, 2017, featuring Professor David Luban.

"The Secret Ruling That Broke the Guantanamo Military Commissions," coverage by Just Security, November 30, 2017, quoting Professor David Luban.

"U of T associate professor involved in lawsuit against Trump," coverage by University of Toronto, November 29, 2017, mentioning Professor John Mikhail.

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

"“Religious Freedom” Proponent Jeff Mateer Is the Most Dangerous of Trump’s Judicial Nominees," coverage in Slate, November 22, 2017, quoting Professor David Luban.

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

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