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November 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.
"SEC director with big stock holdings stirs debate," coverage in Reuters, November 21, 2014, quoting Professor Donald Langevoort.
"Protecting Millionaires ‘Strains Logic & Reason’: SEC Commissioner," Think Advisor, November 20, 2014, quoting Professor Donald Langevoort.
"Achieving College Diversity Without Discriminating By Race," coverage in The Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2014, mentioning Professor Sheryll Cashin.
"Legal Panel At Federalist Society Begrudgingly Accepts Obama's Immigration Powers," coverage in The Huffington Post, November 19, 2014, quoting Visiting Professor John Baker.
"Aid Groups See A Drop-Off In U.S. Health Volunteers To Fight Ebola," NPR, November 18, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin. He authored a piece on this topic in Project Syndicate, November 19, 2014.
"Suing Companies for Atrocities Has Never Been Harder. Thanks, "Supreme Court!" coverage in Foreign Policy, November 18, 2014, mentioning Adjunct Professor Jonathan Drimmer.
"Q&A on flashpoint shooting case in US town of Ferguson," coverage in The Daily Mail, November 18, 2014, quoting Professor Abbe Smith.