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May 2015 -
"Water Policy: In Major Shift, New Rule Excludes Some Wetlands, Ponds," coverage in Greenwire, May 28, 2015, featuring Professor William Buzbee.
"Predicting Algae Links on Lake Erie," coverage by Marketplace, May 28, 2015, featuring Professor William Buzbee.
"Here’s The Legal Explanation For Why The Cleveland Police Officer Wasn’t Convicted," The Daily Caller, May 27, 2015, quoting Professor Paul Rothstein and Professor Abbe Smith.
"D.C. group wants Utah court record in Amazon.com case unsealed," Salt Lake Tribune, May 27, 2015, mentioning Professor Rebecca Tushnet.
"Know Thy Enemy, and the Future of Memorial Day," Foreign Policy, May 25, 2015, an article by Professor Rosa Brooks.
"World Health Organization Considers Measures To Quicken Outbreak Response," NPR, May 25, 2015, interviewing Professor Lawrence Gostin.
"The Government’s Consumer Data Watchdog," New York Times, May 23, 2015, quoting Professor David Vladeck, LL.M.'77.
"How to Lock Up Fewer People," New York Times, May 23, 2015, an op-ed co-authored by Professor David Cole.
"How I ... Built an affordable law firm," coverage in The Washington Business Journal, May 22, 2015, quoting Professor Jane Aiken, associate dean for experiential education, and Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law and Public Policy Peter Edelman, faculty director, Center on Poverty and Inequality.
“Quiz: Just how Kafkaesque is the court that oversees NSA spying?,” a piece co-authored by Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center on Privacy & Technology, in the Washington Post, May 21, 2015.