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November 2014 -
"Pentagon chief steps down under pressure," coverage in The Denver Post, November 25, 2014, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Costs of responding to Ebola adding up," coverage by USA Today, November 24, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin, faculty director of the O'Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law.
"Here’s What Could Happen After the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision," coverage in Time, November 24, 2014, featuring Visiting Professor Michael Kirkpatrick.
"Leondra R. Kruger appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to state Supreme Court," coverage in The Los Angeles Time, November 24, 2014, featuring Professor Neal Katyal.
"Uber ignites new privacy fight," coverage in The Hill, November 24, 2014, quoting Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center on Privacy and Technology.
"Fellowship or Internship? In Media, the Definition Has Become Fluid," coverage in The New York Times, November 23, 2014, quoting Eric Glatt, L'15.
"Ebola and Beyond," an opinion piece by Professor Lawrence Gostin in Jewish Business News, November 21, 2014.
"What could a Republican president do with Obama's executive power theories?," coverage in Vox, November 21, 2014, quoting Professor Martin Lederman.
"So What CAN'T a President Do by Executive Action?," coverage in e-Discovery, November 21, 2014, quoting Professor Paul Rothstein. He was also interviewed on KABC about the legality of President Obama's immigration plan.