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August 2014 -
"Obama again faces Congress question on Syria," Contra Costa Times, August 27, 2014, quoting Adjunct Professor Anthony Clark Arend.
"Michael Brown shooting: Legal questions loom," CNN, August 27, 2014, quoting Professor Paul Butler.
"Obama Considers Widening Strikes Against Islamic State Militants," NPR, August 26, 2014, interviewing Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Tear gas was banned for warfare in 1993 but police still use it, viral meme says," coverage in PolitiFact, August 26, 2014, quoting Professor David Koplow.
"Columbia Law Prof Named to Ginsburg Chair at Georgetown," coverage in Legal Times, August 26, 2014, featuring David Schizer, Martin D. Ginsburg visiting professor of taxation.
"Argentine Default Bad Test Case for Sovereign Debt Negotiations," coverage in Foreign Policy, August 25, 2014, quoting Professor Anna Gelpern.
"Peace Corps is family business for Wilton's Mangans," The Hour Online, August 24, 2014, featuring student TK Mangan, L'16.
"Under Obama, racial hope but no change," coverage in Politico, August 24, 2014, quoting Professor Paul Butler.
"Ferguson focuses on Michael Brown case grand jury," coverage by MSNBC's "Up with Steve Kornacki," August 23, 2014, interviewing Professor Paul Butler.
"Time for a Woman to Run the Pentagon," Wall Street Journal, August 22, 2014, an opinion piece by Professor Rosa Brooks.