Faculty in the News
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor piece, "Is our political divide, at heart, really all about abortion?"
Professor Mary Zielger was quoted in the Think Progress piece, "Alabama clinic calls judge’s bluff after he allowed a man to sue on behalf of aborted embryo."
Professor Mary Ziegler authored The Washington Post op-ed, "The two sides are growing further apart on abortion. We can thank Donald Trump."
Professor Shawn Bayern was mentioned on the Algocracy and Transhumanism Podcast regarding his work on LLCs and robots.
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Mother Jones piece, "The Absurd Case of an Alabama Man Who Thinks He Has the Right to Be a Father."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Patch piece, "Why Unconstitutional 'Fetal Heartbeat' Bills Beat On."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the USA Today article, "Activists shifting abortion debate to focus on human rights."
Professor Elizabeth Farrell Clifford was a guest on the Legal Talk Network podcast, where she discussed technology education in law schools.
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Tampa Bay Times article, "Florida’s anti-abortion lawmakers look to the courts for help setting new limits."
Professor Michael Morley was quoted in the Miami Herald piece, "A lot went wrong in Florida’s 2018 election. That may have actually been a good thing." The piece was also published in the Tampa Bay Times and the Bradenton Herald.
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Bills Would Prohibit Florida Abortions After Fetal Heartbeat." The piece was also published in News Press and The Bellingham Herald.
Professor Michael Morley was a guest on the Ipse Dixit podcast, where he discussed his article "Disaggregating Nationwide Injunctions."
Professor Erin Ryan was quoted in the Northwest Florida Daily News piece, "Some favor eminent domain over customary use."
Professor Mary Ziegler was a guest on the NPR program All Things Considered, where she discussed abortion laws that could reach the Supreme Court.
Professor Mary Zielger was interviewed on PBS NewsHour, where she provided commentary on the future of abortion rights and regulation in states and on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Professor Mary Ziegler wrote The Washington Post op-ed, "The culture war’s lone survivor."
Professor Mary Ziegler authored The New York Times piece, "The Abortion Wars Have Become a Fight Over Science."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in The Washington Post piece, "The Health 202: The one area of agreement between abortion rights foes and supporters might be crumbling."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the NPR piece, "With Higher Stakes In The Abortion Debate, Activists March On Washington."