Recent Faculty News
"He Has a Lot of Information He's Not Sharing: Why the Most Important Part of Comey's Book May Be What He Left Out," by Vanity Fair, April 19, 2018, quoting Professor Julie R. O'Sullivan.
"Stormy Daniels’s lawyer could be playing mind games with Michael Cohen," by the Washington Post, April 17, 2018, quoting Professor Julie Rose O'Sullivan.
"Official Immunity Under the Rome Statute: The Path From Principle to Practice Is Seldom Straight," an opinion piece by Professor from Practice David P. Stewart, appearing in Just Security, April 10, 2018.
"Trump administration wants to track, reroute or destroy drones if needed," coverage by Drone DJ, April 9, 2018, quoting Professor Laura K. Donohue.
"Trump administration seeks authority to intercept drone communications to thwart domestic attacks," coverage by The Washington Post, April 7, 2018, quoting Professor Laura K. Donohue.
"For Mueller, a Feared Weakness Becomes a Strength," coverage in The New York Times, April 5, 2018, quoting Professor Julie O'Sullivan.
"10 legal experts on why Trump can’t pardon his way out of the Russia investigation," coverage by Vox, March 28, 2018, quoting Professors Susan Bloch, Julie O'Sullivan and Paul Butler.
"Rule by generals in Washington," coverage by Daily Sabah, March 16, 2018, mentioning Professor Rosa Brooks.
"When counterinsurgency tactics move from the battlefield to the home front," a book review by Professor Rosa Brooks, appearing in The Washington Post, on March 16, 2018.
"What Is Robert Mueller Looking For?," coverage by The Atlantic, March 15, 2018, quoting Professor Julie Rose O'Sullivan.
Congressional testimony on Bitcoin and ICOs, a C-SPAN broadcast, March 14, 2018, featuring testimony by Professor Chris Brummer.
"What Should be in an ICO White Paper?," an op-ed for Cointelegraph, March 13, 2018, featuring Professor Chris Brummer.
"Donald Trump: A cornered and dangerous rat," coverage by Capitol Hill Blue, March 8, 2018, quoting Professor Julie R. O'Sullivan.
"Trump Spoke to Witnesses About Matters They Discussed With Special Counsel," coverage by The New York Times, March 7, 2018, quoting Professor Julie O'Sullivan. Also covered by Washington Times.
"Trump Administration Strikes Multiple Deportation Deals; What's in Them?," coverage by Voice of America, March 3, 2018, quoting Professor David Stewart.
"‘I don’t envy them’: Hope Hicks and other White House women struggle to defend Trump in the #MeToo era," coverage by The Washington Post, March 2, 2018, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Militarization and Marginalization of American Diplomacy and Foreign Policy," an opinion piece by American Diplomacy, February/March 2018, referencing How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything by Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Law clinic pushes for FISA Court transparency," coverage by the Yale Daily News, February 27, 2018, quoting Professor Laura Donohue.
"Presidential first use of nuclear weatpons: Is it legal? Is it constitutional? Is it just?" coverage by videoand transcribed by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, February 26, 2018, featuring an opinion piece by Rosa Brooks.
"“Is the U.S. at War Right Now?" and Other Questions," coverage by National Priorities Project, February 15, 2018, mentioning Professor Rosa Brooks.
"We shouldn’t be surprised that Trump wants a parade," coverage by Inkstick, February 12, 2018, mentioning Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Do Terrorist Trends in Africa Justify the U.S. Military’s Expansion?," coverage by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, February 9, 2018, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Developers Seek $6 Million Tax Break for Trump-Managed Hotel," coverage by The New York Times, February 9, 2018, quoting Professor John Mikhail.
"New England Law | Boston to Enhance Technology and Innovation Curriculum in 2018," coverage by Morningstar, January 17, 2018, mentioning Professor Laura Donohue.
"Why Americans Aren’t Really Worried About War With North Korea," coverage by War on the Rocks, January 16, 2018, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.Browse more faculty in the news