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March 2015 -
"Q&A with litigation financier Chris Bogart," New York Business Journal, February 27, 2015, mentioning Professor Jonathan Molot.
"Can They Crush Obamacare?," a piece by Professor David Cole, in The New York Review of Books, March 19, 2015.
“The Republican state AGs continue to be Obama’s most formidable opponents,” coverage in The Weekly Standard, March 9, 2015, quoting Professor Randy E. Barnett.
"Keep Calm and Practice Law: Mindfulness in the Legal Profession," coverage in the DC Bar Magazine, March 3, 2015, featuring student Andrew Whitman, L’16, head of the Contemplative Law Society, Chaplain Michael Goldman, L'69.
"Studies Review Climate Change," The Hoya, March 3, 2015, featuring the Georgetown Climate Center and quoting Professor from Practice Vicki Arroyo and Adjunct Professor Jessica Grannis.
"Street Law Program Connects GULC, DC," The Hoya, March 3, 2015, featuring the Georgetown University Law Center's D.C. Street Law Program and Professor Richard Roe.
"Antibiotic Resistance: Why Aren’t Drug Companies Developing New Medicines To Stop Superbugs?," International Business Times, March 3, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Aliza Glasner.
"How can Ferguson law enforcement break a pattern of bias?," coverage by PBS NewsHour, March 3, 2015, quoting Professor Paul Butler and Justin Hansford, L'07.
"Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights doesn't go far enough, critics say," Los Angeles Times, March 3, 2015, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, adjunct professor and executive director of the Center on Privacy and Technology.
"The Other Big Supreme Court Case To Watch This Week," Forbes, March 3, 2015, mentioning Professor Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz.