Faculty in the News
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."
Professor Shawn Bayern was a guest on the Drone Law Today podcast, where he discussed his work on LLCs and artificial intelligence.
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the Charleston Gazette-Mail piece, "DEP pipeline decision at odds with WV's push against federal overreach."
Professor Wayne Logan was featured in The Florida Times-Union piece, "Restoration of rights backlog highlights need for change, CRC committee says."
Professor Hannah Wiseman co-authored a piece for The Conversation titled, "The pull of energy
markets – and legal challenges – will blunt plans to roll back EPA carbon rules."
Professor Mary Ziegler was featured on the Sexing History podcast episode, "Abortion on Trial."
Professor Wayne Logan was quoted in the Washington Times piece, "Federal judge rules Colorado’s sex offender registry unfair to sex offenders."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in The Outline piece, "Evacuate for hurricane, lose your job."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Washington Post piece, "Yes, you can be fired for missing work while fleeing Hurricane Irma."
Professor Erin Ryan was quoted in the Undark Magazine piece, "Against the Stream: The Future of the Federal Clean Water Rule."
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in E&E News' Energywire piece, "Court to decide fate of federal fracking authority — or not."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the New York Times piece, "A New Front in the War Over Reproductive Rights: ‘Abortion-Pill Reversal.’
Professor Lawrence Krieger was quoted in the New York Times piece, "The Lawyer, the Addict."
Professor Shawn Bayern was mentioned in the Digital Trends piece, "I, Alexa: Should We Give Artificial Intelligence Human Rights?"
Professor Wayne Logan wrote the Collateral Consequences Resource Center piece, "SCOTUS invalidates law criminalizing sex offender access to social media."
Professor Frederick Abbott was quoted in the Intellectual Property Watch piece, "Tribute To An IP Community Influencer Brings Together IP Experts In Geneva."
Professor Frederick Abbott authored the Intellectual Property Watch opinion piece, "US Supreme Court Adopts International Exhaustion Of Patents (Part II): Addressing the New Competitive Landscape."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Mic piece, "Florida's Grieving Families Act gives birth certificates to people who've had miscarriages."
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Mother Jones piece, "She Was Desperate. She Tried to End Her Own Pregnancy. She Was Thrown in Jail."