Faculty in the News
Professor Hannah Wiseman was featured in the Reuters interview, "Q&A: Professor cited in fracking regulation ban joins opposing
Professor Mary Ziegler was quoted in the Mother Jones piece, "Today Is the Anniversary of a Dark Day in Abortion Rights History."
Professor Paolo Annino was featured in the Tampa Bay Times piece, "Romano: The state called him a murderer, now says it's time for him to come home," regarding his representation of a client through the Public Interest Law Center.
Professor Mark Spottswood was featured in a 30-minute Excited Utterance podcast, "Unraveling the Conjunction Paradox."
Professor Shi-Ling Hsu authored The Hill piece, "Environmental groups won't support Washington State carbon tax."
Professor Franita Tolson was quoted in the WFSU radio story, "What Happens When Elections Take a Rain Check?"
Professor Paolo Annino was quoted in the Miami Herald piece, "3 courts slap Florida for refusing to aid disabled people."
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, “Feds, law professors say judge wrong to block fracking rules.”
Professor Jeffrey Kahn was quoted in the Florida Record piece, “Law prof: Taxt debt for OJ lawyer meets time threshold for discharge.”
Professor Steve Johnson wrote the TaxProf Blog op-ed, “House Votes To Dump Chevron And Auer.”
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the E&E Publishing piece, “Dems debate 'fracking ban,' but what does that mean?”
Professor Hannah Wiseman was featured on a Marketplace Morning Report story on fracking.
Professor Franita Tolson co-authored an essay for the National Constitution Center on the Elections Clause.
Professor Mary Ziegler wrote an op-ed for the New York Times, "Where the Pro-Life Movement Goes Next.”
Professor Hannah Wiseman was quoted in the Inside Climate News article, “Judge's Ruling to Halt Fracking Regs Could Pose a Broader Threat to Federal Oversight.”
Professor Mary Ziegler wrote a piece for the Bowling Green Daily News, “The Supreme Court's Texas abortion ruling reignites a battle over facts."
Professor Mary Ziegler wrote a post for SCOTUSblog, "Symposium: The Court once again makes the 'undue-burden' test a referendum on the facts."
Professor Erin Ryan was quoted in the POWER piece, "D.C. Circuit Delays Clean Power Plan Case Hearing by Months, Opts for En Banc Review."
Professor Shawn Bayern was published in the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog post, “A Reassessment of General Partnership Law.”