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"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.

"DOJ's stance on Illegal immigrant abortion case is clear jab at ACLU," an opinion piece by Professor David Luban in The Hill, November 9, 2017.

"How to Talk to a Veteran," coverage in War on the Rocks, November 7, 2017, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.

"Trump Can't Block His Hostile Twitter Followers. It's Against the 1st Amendment," an opinion piece by Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer and Amy Marshak, Associate from Practice,  Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP), in Newsweek, November 7, 2017.

"Trump Blocking Critics on Twitter Violates First Amendment, Professors Claim," coverage in The Christian Post, November 7, 2017,  featuring Visiting Professor Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"First Amendment Advocates Charge Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter," coverage on NPR, November 7, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Bad Boies," coverage in Slate, November 7, 2017, featuring Professor David Luban.

"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.

"Donald Trump is acting like a dictator by blocking critics on Twitter, law scholars say," coverage in The Independent, November 7, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Why the First Amendment Constrains Trump's Use of Twitter", coverage in Just Security, November 6, 2017, by Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer and Amy Marshak.

"Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Pure Trump. And It’s Working For Him," coverage on NBC News, November 4, 2017, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.

"Trump shreds norms in response to New York attack," coverage in The Globe and Mail, November 3, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"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.

"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 Suggests Guantanamo Prison for Truck Attack Suspect, an Unprecedented Step", coverage in The New York Times, November 1, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer

"For Quick and Strong Justice, Look to Courts- Not Guantanamo", coverage in Just Security, November 1, 2017, by Visiting ProfessorJoshua Geltzer

 "Terror in NYC: the Real Test Comes Tomorrow, Not Today", coverage Just Security, October 31, 2017, by Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer

"What Is Mueller’s Next Move?," coverage by WAMU 88.5, October 31, 2017, a discussion with Professor Neal Katyal.

"Michael Flynn Should Be Worried By What Just Happened To Paul Manafort. Here's Why.," coverage by Buzzfeed News, October 31, 2017, quoting Professor Neal Katyal.

"Was Robert Mueller's Appointment Illegal? One Expert Thinks So," coverage by Newsweek, October 30, 2017, quoting Professor Neal Katyal.

"Georgetown Law Institute Sues to Prevent Paramilitary Groups' Return to Charlottesville," coverage by Public, October 30, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Mary McCord.

 "Obama-era uranium deal yields new questions, new accusations and new investigation", coverage in CNN Politics, October 25, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer

"Former DOJ, FBI officials: Mueller has 'an obligation' to examine the Trump-Russia dossier," coverage by Business Insider, October 25, 2017, quoting Professor Neal Katyal.

"Joshua Geltzer ’05 Brings Government Experience to Constitutional Advocacy," coverage by Princeton Alumni Weekly, October 25, 2017, featuring Professor Joshua Geltzer, executive director, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.

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