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August 2014 -
"Museveni Signs Callous Law Criminalizing HIV And AIDS Transmission," coverage in Africa Science News, August 22, 2014, featuring the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and their joint report with The Women's Human Rights Clinic.
"Who won the War on Poverty?," coverage in Frost Illustrated, August 22, 2014, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.
"Why Argentina’s Crazy Debt Gambit Could Make Sense," coverage in The Fiscal Times, August 22, 2014, featuring Professor Adam Levitin.
"When does politics as usual cross the line into crime?," coverage by Al Jazeera America's "Inside Story," August 21, 2014, featuring Adjunct Professor Carrie Cordero, director of national security studies.
"Some GM Plaintiffs Seek a Way Around Bankruptcy Stay," coverage in The National Law Journal, August 21, 2014, featuring Professor Gary Peller.
"Argentina Bonds Judge to Hold Hearing on Contempt Request," coverage by Bloomberg, August 21, 2014, quoting Professor Anna Gelpern. Further coverage is in Business Insider.
"With Ferguson, Obama Forced To Confront Race Yet Again," coverage by NPR's Morning Edition, and "Your rights during police encounters," coverage in USA Today, August 20, 2014, featuring Professor Paul Butler. Further coverage is by CNN's The Lead with Jack Tapper, NBC, and in The Washington Post. Butler also appeared on NPR's Diane Rehm Show, August 21, 2014.
"Clinton-Obama debate reveals policy divide," an opinion piece by Professor Emeritus Norman Birnbaum, in the Global Times, August 19, 2014.
"Why the Courts Won't Kill Obamacare," a piece by Professor Gregg Bloche, August 19, 2014, in HuffPost Politics.
"Agudath Israel Files Amicus Curiae Brief – Let Bais Din Have Sessions on Sunday!," coverage in Yeshiva World News, August 18, 2014, featuring Mark Kahn, L'14.