Faculty in the News
Professor Talbot "Sandy" D’Alemberte was quoted in the Florida Politics blog piece, "Following Parkland, kid-backed climate lawsuit carries weight."
Professor Mary Ziegler was a guest on the ABA Journal podcast, where she discussed the impact of Roe v. Wade.
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in The Washington Post piece, "The Health 202: Abortion foes pleased with Supreme Court hearing in California case."
Professor Mary Ziegler authored The Washington Post article, "The movement that could reshape the abortion fight."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in The Atlantic article, "Should Pro-Life Clinics Have to Post Information About Abortion?"
Professor Elizabeth Farrell Clifford was quoted in the ABA Journal article, "What's an inexpensive way to teach tech? Find outside experts, say law school librarians."
Professor Frederick Abbott was quoted in the PolitiFact piece, "Fox Business host makes 2 errors with steel tariffs and Electrolux deal."
Professor Wayne Logan was quoted in the KCUR piece, "Can Registries Cover Too Many Crimes? Kansas Legislation Suggests A Rollback."
Professor Jeffrey Kahn was quoted in the Orlando Sentinel piece, "Tupperware loses $375 million on new tax law."
Professor Larry Krieger was featured on The Florida Bar Podcast episode, "Attorney Mental Health and Wellness."
Professor Steve Johnson was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA piece, "Challenging the Rulemaking Process: Three Lessons for Tax Lawyers."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the U.S. News piece, "Satanic Temple Sues Missouri Over Abortion Rights – and Could Win."
Professor Mary Ziegler authored The Washington Post opinion piece, "When Roe v. Wade meant more than just abortion rights."
Professor Steve Johnson was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA piece, "IRS May Face Legal Challenges On Tax Law Regulations."
Professor Mary Ziegler authored The New York Times opinion piece, "Roe v. Wade Was About More Than Abortion."
Professor Lawrence Krieger authored The Florida Bar Journal piece, "The Surprising Master Key to Happiness and Satisfaction According to the Lawyer Research."
Professor Paolo Annino's study was featured in the Boise Weekly piece, "Legal Footnote: You Have to Look Hard to See the Supreme Court Correct Its Mistakes."
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the Dallas Morning News piece, "Has your water been tainted by fracking? Scientists who said it was safe now say they were censored."
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the InsideClimate News piece, "Industrial Strength: How the U.S. Government Hid Fracking's Risks to Drinking Water."
Professor Justin Sevier was a guest on the Excited Utterance podcast. The episode discusses his article, "Popularizing Hearsay."