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July 2015 -
“Large Firms Lag in Support For Legal Aid to Poor,” coverage by the National Law Journal, July 6, 2015, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.
“With Merging of Insurers, Questions for Patients About Costs and Innovation,” coverage by New York Times, July 5, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Sabrina Corlette.
"Two Excursions Into Current U.S. Supreme Court Opinion-Writing," a post on Casetext by Professor Paul Rothstein, July 3, 2015.
"Who Owns Your Face?," an article in The Atlantic, July 2, 2015, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center on Privacy and Technology, and the Georgetown Law/MIT privacy practicum course.
"When is Freedom of Speech Irresponsible?," a book review by Professor David Cole in the Washington Post, July 2, 2015.
"The Roberts Court Tunes Into Democracy, For Once," an opinion piece in The Nation by Professor David Cole, July 2, 2015.
“The Supreme Court swings in favor of criminal defendants,” an opinion piece by Professor Neal Katyal in the Washington Post, July 2, 2015.
“Obama's Counterterrorism Policy Facing Mounting Criticism,” coverage by the Associated Press, July 2, 2015, quoting Professor Rosa Brooks.
Georgetown Law Professor: "I Have No Respect for Your Ancestors," in The Root TV, July 2, 2015, featuring Professor Paul Butler.
"What's in a name? Too much, teacher says," coverage in The Portland Tribune, July 2, 2015, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.