American University Washington College of Law in the Media

American University Washington College of Law faculty, staff, students, and programs regularly appear in regional, national, and international print, online, and broadcast media.

 

January 2017

Just Security – Professor Rebecca Hamilton explained why President Trump’s immigration ban is not the same as the designation of those seven countries as “countries of concern” under the Obama administration. MORE

Talking Points Memo – Professor Steve Wermiel articulated how President Trump's immigration ban is not likely to be stuck down on the grounds of religious discrimination.  MORE

Solitary Watch – Professor Juan Mendez reflects on his time as the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment after 6 years in the position. MORE

The Daily Beast– Practitioner-In-Residence Sherizaan Minwalla of the International Human Rights Clinic presented her opinion on the hypocrisy of President Trump’s refugee order. MORE

Slate – Professor Jennifer Daskal explained why a recent Microsoft case shows the need for Congress to reform an email privacy law. MORE

DC Bar News– Professor David Hunter and Professor William Snape discussed how environmental regulations may change under the Trump administration. MORE

The Undefeated – Professor Jeremi Duru explained how the recent appointments of African American head coaches in the NFL indicates an important change. MORE

Bloomberg Markets – Professor Jonathan Baker provided insight on antitrust lawyer concerns of Trump’s talks with CEOs awaiting merger approvals. MORE

Christian Science Monitor – Professor Michael Carroll elaborated on how ethics and politics can blur regarding plagiarism allegations. MORE

Greenwire – Professor Dan Metcalfe commented on how Senator Sessions stalled FOIA reform, as well as the impact he is likely to have on public records law as Attorney General. MORE

New Republic – Professor Jenny Roberts discussed the profound effects marijuana arrests or convictions have on individuals, in light of the recent push for amnesty with the drug. MORE


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