Recent Faculty News
"Has Congress already forgotten our last oil spill disaster?," an opinion piece by Professor David A. Super, in The Hill, November 15, 2017.
The Twin Cities Pioneer Press (St. Paul, MN), November 12, 2017, announced Professor Peter Edelman to discuss his book "Not a Crime to Be Poor: The Criminalization of Poverty in America."
"The trouble is just starting for the ex-Twitter contractor who deleted President Donald Trump’s account," coverage in Gears of Biz, November 8, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Ohm.
"Deactivation of Trump's Twitter account raises new worries about security," coverage in The Houston Chronicle, November 3, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Ohm.
"In 2017, It’s Still a Crime to Be Poor," an opinion piece by Professor Peter Edelman, appearing in The Nation, November 3, 2017,
"This leaked FBI document has black protesters worried they’re under surveillance," coverage by Rare, November 2, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.
"House Democrats Take Demands for Trump Hotel Records to Court," coverage by The New York Times, November 2, 2017, quoting Professor David C. Vladeck.
"Democratic lawmakers sue over Trump Administration secrecy," coverage by the Idaho Statesman (Boise, Idaho), November 2, 2017, mentioning Professor David Vladeck.
"Trump administration’s Clean Power Plan repeal proposal is illegal," an opinion piece by Professor William W. Buzbee, appearing in The Hill, October 29, 2017.
"Our Bicentennial Crisis: A Call to Action for Harvard Law School’s Public Interest Mission," coverage by The Harvard Law Record, October 26, 2017, quoting Professor David C. Vladeck and mentioning the Law Center.
"Artificial intelligence may drive us up the wall," coverage in South China Morning Post, October 24,2 017, quoting Professor David Vladeck.
"Interior's bad-faith plan for wildlife refuge puts future reform at risk," a piece by Professor David Super on The Hill, October 23, 2017.
"Paul Ohm : «Protéger les données ne veut pas dire protéger la vie privée»," a profile by LeFirgaro.fr, October 19, 2017, featuring Professor Paul Ohm.
Future Tense announced the screening of 1992 movie Sneakers co-hosted by Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology, on October 18, 2017.
"The Issues with using the 25th Amendment on Trump", coverage in WSA9, October 13, 2017, interviewing Professor David A. Super.
"The Obtuse Saboteur," an article in Slate, October 13, 2017, quoting Professor David Super.
"Payday lenders are finding ways around Google’s ad ban," coverage in American Banker, October 11, 2017, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"The FBI’s New U.S. Terrorist Threat: ‘Black Identity Extremists’," coverage in Foreign Policy, October 6, 2017, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya.
"Time to rewrite the Constitution?," coverage in The Boston Globe, October 6, 2017, featuring Professor David Super.
"What can we learn from the history of interracial relationships in America? (podcast)," a podcast by ABA Journal, October 4, 2017, with Professor Sheryll Cashin.
"Six White House Staffers used Private Email Accounts," coverage by JD Journal, October 3, 2017, quoting Professor Victoria Nourse.
"Congress pursues policy of deliberate ignorance with forest logging," a piece by Professor David Super, on The Hill, September 26, 2017.
"CDT Announces Members of 2017-2018 Advisory Council," coverage by CDT, September 25, 2017, featuring Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.
"Senate environmental consultation bill a classic case in overreaction," an opinion piece in The Hill, September 22, 2017, by Professor David Super.
" VIEWPOINT: Creating a More Inclusive GULC", coverage in The Hoya, September 19, 2017, by Vice Dean; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Jane H. Aiken.Browse more faculty in the news