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April 2015 -
"Georgetown's Iron Tech competition grows in audience and interest," coverage in the ABA Journal, April 24, 2014, featuring Georgetown Law's Iron Tech competition and quoting Professor Tanina Rostain.
"Meet the lawyers who will argue the gay marriage case," coverage by CNN, April 24, 2015, featuring Professor Neal Katyal and Adjunct Professor Dori Bernstein.
"Ukraine Shielded From Vultures by Templeton Has One Less Problem," coverage in Bloomberg News, April 23, 2015, featuring Professor Anna Gelpern.
“HBO clamps down on public screenings of Game of Thrones,” coverage in The Age (New South Wales), April 21, 2015, quoting Professor Rebecca L. Tushnet.
“Should Law Enforcement Have the Ability to Access Encrypted Communications?,” coverage in the Wall Street Journal, April 19, 2015, contributing discussion by Adjunct Professor Carrie F. Cordero, director of the Law Center’s National Security Studies.
Students Simulate Security Crises to Learn About Legal Implications, coverage in Stanford Lawyer, April 17, 2015, featuring Professor Laura Donohue.
"Georgetown Pairs Up With DLA Piper, Arent Fox to Open Low Bono Firm," coverage in The American Lawyer, April 12, 2015, quoting Dean William M. Treanor, Associate Dean Jane Aiken, Professor Peter Edelman and Adjunct Professor Sheldon Krantz. Further coverage is in Bloomberg BNA, ABA Journal, JD Journal and Law Fuel.
"It’s had some military success, but the Islamic State is no existential threat," a review by Professor Rosa Brooks, in The Washington Post, April 16, 2015.
"It’s Very Hard to Punish Cops, Even in Court," coverage in Bloomberg News, April 16, 2015, featuring Professor Paul Butler.
"Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Honored for Promoting Civics Education," coverage in Education Week, April 16, 2015, featuring Professor Julie O'Sullivan.