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March 2015 -
"FBI: Plot to steal seed corn a national security threat," Des Moines Register, March 30, 2015, quoting Professor Laura Donohue.
"A Crisis Simulation Put Law Students in the Roles of the Nation's Top Decision-Makers," DCInno, March 30, 2015, quoting Professor Laura Donohue.
"Federal Judge Rules Municipal Police Can Never Be Considered Soldiers," New American, March 29, 2015, quoting Professor Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz.
"Colorado, Washington square off with Oklahoma, Nebraska over pot law," Los Angeles Times, March 27, 2015, quoting Professor Randy Barnett.
"GULC Adds Online Programs," The Hoya, March 27, 2015, quoting Dean William Treanor, Associate Dean Nan Hunter, and Adjunct Professor Ellis Duncan.
"Washington Atty. Gen Ferguson tells high court: Nebraska, Oklahoma shouldn’t pick on Colorado pot law," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 27, 2015, quoting Professor Randy Barnett.
"NC lawyers face bar complaints for Racial Justice Act work," News & Observer, March 27, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor and Ethics Counsel Michael Frisch.
“US, Saudi Arabia share same interests in Middle East: Analyst,” coverage in Press TV, March 27, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Daoud L. Khairallah.
“Heard on the Hill — A Taste of March Madness at Charity Basketball Game,” coverage in Roll Call, March 26, 2015, featuring the 28th Annual Home Court Charity Basketball game between the Hoya Lawyas and Hill's Angels.
“In Bergdahl Case, the Rare Charge of Misbehavior,” coverage in the New York Times, March 26, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Gary D. Solis.