AUWCL in the Media, Month of August 2015

The Washington Post – Professor Jeffrey Lubbers authored a letter to the editor, where he advocates for D.C.'s fair representation in Congress. MORE

Reuters – Professor Herman Schwartz authored an op-ed, where he looks into what total Republican control of a state really means. MORE

Bloomberg BNA – Professor Jonathan Baker is quoted in a story on the Federal Communications Commission's Open Internet Order that granted the agency new regulatory authority over Internet service providers. MORE

POLITICO – Practitioner-in-Residence Brandon Butler comments on the legal aftermath of the Ashley Madison massive data leak. MORE

WTOP – Professor Amy Tenney comments on the former Virginia Governor's petition to the U.S. Supreme Court to allow him to remain free while he appeals his corruption conviction. MORE

National Law Journal – Professor Paul Figley discusses who is liable for misfortunes that occur in the national parks. MORE

Washington Lawyer – Professor Robert Dinerstein highlights the importance of improving access to mental health services for children from low-income families. MORE