Recent Faculty News
"Justice Department Faces Questions for Supreme Court Attack on ACLU Ethics," by the National Law Journal, November 9, 2017, quoting Professor Martin Lederman. A similiar article by LawNewz was published on November 10, 2017.
"Justice Department Faces Questions for Supreme Court Attack on ACLU Ethics," coverage in The National Law Journal, November 9, 2017, featuring Associate Professor Martin Lederman.
"From Foreign Gifts To Twitter Tiffs: 4 Novel Questions Under Trump," coverage in Law 360, November 7, 2017, featuring Law 360, featuring Professors Martin S. Lederman and Louis Michael Seidman.
"Should the New York Truck Killer Be Sent to Gitmo? Would It Be Legal?," an opinion piece by Associate Professor Martin Lederman, appearing in Newsweek, November 2, 2017.
"Trump, Emoluments, and the Professoriate," an editorial in The Weekly Standard, October 24, 2017, mentioning Professor John Mikhail.
"The radical ideology of this Trump nominee makes even the most conservative SCOTUS justices uneasy," coverage in ThinkProgress, October 10, 2017, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.
"Federal regulation of payday loans is actually a win for states' rights", coverage in The Washington Post, October 9, 2017, by Professor Anne Fleming.
"Dozens of amicus briefs support Christian bakery owner who refused to make cake for gay wedding," coverage by ABA Journal, October 2, 2017, mentioning Professor Randy Barnett.
"Where is the Landmark Lawsuit for Cannabis?," coverage by Marijuana.com, October 2, 2017, quoting Professor Randy Barnett.
"With Gorsuch filling out bench, Supreme Court ready to break ground on high-profile cases," coverage by The Washington Times, October 1, 2017, quoting Associate Professor Marty Lederman.
"Firms Say Suits Aimed at Trump's Policies Are Just Business as Usual. But Are They?," coverage by Law.com, September 29, 2017, quoting Professors Neal Katyal and John Mikhail.
"Here Are the Biggest Cases Coming Up at the Supreme Court This Term," coverage by Bloomberg, September 28, 2017, quoting Associate Professor Martin Lederman.
"Supreme Court faces blockbuster term -- and Trump," coverage by USA Today, September 26, 2017, quoting Associate Professor Martin Lederman.
"Georgetown Law students and faculty protest speech by Attorney General Jeff Sessions," coverage in The Washington Post, September 26, 2017, quoting Ambur Smith, Imani Waweru, Lauren Phillips, Richard Hand and Professor Heidi Feldman and mentioning Professor Randy Barnett. Also covered by CNN.
"Trump’s newest travel ban order has many of the same flaws as the old," a Vokokh Conspiracy opinion piece in The Washington Post, September 25, 2017, referencing Associate Professor Martin Lederman's Just Security blog.
"Reminder: The “Travel Ban” Expires This Morning (Probably Ending the Case, At Least for Now)," a piece by Associate Professor Martin Lederman, Just Security, September 24, 2017.
"Supreme Court to weigh free speech, discrimination in wedding cake case," coverage by The Hill, September 23, 2017, quoting Associate Professor Martin Lederman.
"Changes likely ahead for Trump travel ban;Revisions may add countries, alter court challenge," coverage in USA Today, September 22, 2017, quoting Associate Professor Martin Lederman. Coverage also by U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Law.
"Travel ban revisions may add countries, alter court challenge," in USA Today, September 22, 2017, quoting Professor Martin Lederman.
"Paul Manafort wiretaps called political move," in the Washington Times, September 22, 2017, quoting Professor Laura Donohue.
"Georgetown Law adds former acting Attorney General Sally Yates as lecturer", coverage in 4 News/ABC7/AP, September 21, 2017, quoting Dean William M. Treanor.
"When Beliefs and Identities Clash in Court," in the Atlantic, September 18, 2017, referencing Professor Martin Lederman.
"Congress struggles to figure out which Russia investigation trumps the others," an article by USA Today, September 14, 2017, quoting Dean William Treanor.
"Historians: Donald Trump is definitely in violation of the Emoluments Clause," coverage by Salon, September 6, 2017, quoting Professor John Mikhail.
"Professor: 37 Historic Dictionaries Disagree With Trump's Definition of 'Emolument'," coverage by NPR, September 5, 2017, quoting Professor John Mikhail.Browse more faculty in the news