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Wendy Williams Profile

"Gregory Clay: Supreme words from the Notorious RBG," coverage in Tulsa World, April 9, 2017, featuring an event with Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Adjunct Professor Mary Hartnett and Professor Emerita Wendy Williams.

"California smartly moves to bring checks and balances to surveillance," coverage in The Orange County Register (CA), April 8, 2017, referencing a Center on Privacy and Law's report on facial recognition network.

Randy Barnett Profile Lawrence Solum Profile

"Larry Solum on “Originalism in Constitutional Time”," a piece by Professor Randy Barnett in The Washington Post, April 8, 2017, commenting on Professor Lawrence Solum's blog.

Randy Barnett Profile Lawrence Solum Profile

"Originalism in Constitutional Time," a piece by Professor Lawrence Solum on Legal Theory Blog, April 8, 2017. A commentary by Professor Randy Barnett appeared on The Washington Post, April 8, 2017.

Martin Lederman Profile

"Congress Calls For Vote On Authorizing Use Of Force In Syria," an interview with Associate Professor Marty Lederman, on All Things Considered, NPR, April 7, 2017.

"Legislation creates task force to study surveillance tactics," coverage by The Washington Post, April 7, 2017, mentioning the Center on Privacy and Law's report on facial recognition networks as an impetus for Delegate Charles Sydnor (D-Baltimore) to sponsor a Maryland bill to create a taskforce to study police use of surveillance technologies.

Paul Ohm Profile

"Twitter case shows breadth of U.S. power to probe anti-Trump statements," coverage by Reuters, April 7, 2017, quoting Professor Paul Ohm.

Susan Bloch Profile

"Now that Gorsuch is confirmed, what’s next?," coverage by Springfield News-Sun, April 7, 2017, quoting Professor Susan Low Bloch.

Wendy Williams Profile

"‘Notorius RBG’: Ginsburg as irrepressible as ever," coverage in the Las Vegas Sun, April 7, 2017, featuring Adjunct Professor Mary Hartnett and Professor Emerita Wendy Webster Williams.

The American Bar Association Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice announced a panel discussion, April 6, 2017, on hate crime with Professor Arjun Sethi as a moderator.


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