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"Thanks to personal loan, Vignarajah leads Mosby, Bates in money race for Baltimore State's Attorney," coverage by The Baltimore Sun, January 18, 2018, mentioning Professor Neal Katyal.

"Google's face match feature doesn't work in Illinois and Texas," coverage by CNN Tech, January 17, 2018, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.

"New England Law | Boston to Enhance Technology and Innovation Curriculum in 2018," coverage by Morningstar, January 17, 2018, mentioning Professor Laura Donohue.

"Why Google Won't Search for Art Look-Alike in Some States," coverage by Fox Business, January 17, 2018, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology. For more on this story, see the ABA Journal.

"DHS chief: Trump used 'tough language'," coverage by WTHI-TV 10 (Terre Haute, Ind.), January 17, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Trump admin touts stats linking immigration to terror," coverage by CNN, January 16, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Why Americans Aren’t Really Worried About War With North Korea," coverage by War on the Rocks, January 16, 2018, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.

"Before We Go To War With North Korea, The President Owes Americans A Public Debate," coverage by The Federalist, January 16, 2018, quoting Associate Professor Marty Lederman.

"More plaintiffs join rally-related lawsuits," coverage by The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Va.), January 14, 2018, quoting Visiting Professor Mary McCord.

"Media, MDC formations and knowledgeable ignorance about civil-military relations," coverage in The Herald, January 12, 2018, quoting Professor Rosa Brook's Foreign Policy article.

"What is Section 702 of FISA, anyway?," coverage by CNN, January 11, 2018, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, executive director, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.

"Surveillance Court Taps Georgetown Professor as Amicus," coverage by The National Law Journal, January 10, 2018, featuring Professor Laura Donohue.

"Suspect faces charge in 'swatting' death; ex-solicitor general says laws must catch up to behavior," coverage by the ABA Journal, January 4, 2018, quoting Professor Neal Katyal. 

"Trump Claims 'Absolute Right' To Do What He Wants To The Justice Dept. Can He?" an interview broadcast by NPR/Fresh Air, January 4, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"The frontline of resistance: ACLU ready for further fights with Trump," coverage by The Guardian, January 3, 2018, featuring David D. Cole, Hon. George J. Mitchell Professor in Law and Public Policy.

"Weak Manafort lawsuit to pull plug on Mueller could backfire," an interview broadcast on MSNBC/Rachel Maddow Show, January 3, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"A Look At The Legal Consequences Of Swatting After Police Shoot Innocent Man," an interview by NPR, January 2, 2018, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

 "The U.S. has Pummeled AL Qaeda in Yemen. But the Threat Is Barely Dented.", coverage in The New York Times, December 30, 2017, quoting Professor Joshua Geltzer

"ISIS has lost 98 percent of its territory -- mostly since Trump took office, officials say," coverage in Fox News, December 27, 2017, featuring Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Mattis as defense secretary: What it means for us, for the military, and for Trump," coverage in Foreign Policy, December 26, 2017, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.

 "Republican Senator Rand Paul Freezes Trump Nomination Over NSA", coverage in The Daily Beast, December 22, 2017, quoting Professor Joshua Geltzer.

"Trust between law enforcement and communities is key to public", coverage in The Hill, December 21, 2017 by Professor Joshua Geltzer.  

"Indian-American lawyer breaks litigation record of late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall," coverage in News India Times, December 20, 2017 featuring Professor Neal Katyal.

"Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams joins effort to support 'dreamers'," coverage by Arizona Central, December 20, 2017, quoting Visiting Professor Joshua Geltzer, executive director, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, and referencing an amicus brief he co-authored.

"Her Body, Their Choice," coverage by Slate, December 20, 2017, referencing a piece by Associate Professor Martin Lederman.

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