AUWCL in the Media, Month of July 2015

USA Today – Professor Christine Haight Farley discusses the federal judge's decision affirming the cancellation of the Redskins trademarks. MORE

Associated Press – Practitioner-in-Residence Anita Sinha is featured in a story on a lawsuit alleging immigrants were paid $1 a day for janitorial work at a private prison. MORE

Open Society Institute – Professor Steve Wermiel sums up the problem with pretrial detainees' rights in the wake of the prison crisis discussions. MORE

Ecosystem Marketplace – Professor David Hunter comments on the growing number of lawsuits against governments and companies responsible for climate change. MORE

Foreign Policy – Professor Janie Chuang, in a story about a Utah-based group that rescues women from sex-trafficking rings, explains that such raids don't always have happy endings for the victims. MORE

Los Angeles Times – Professor William Yeomans discusses hate crime charges against Charleston shooter, Dylann Roof. MORE

NPR – Professor Steve Vladeck is quoted in a story on legal consequences of moving Guantanamo detainees into the United States. MORE

Reuters – Dean Claudio Grossman is quoted in a story on the U.N. committee investigation on the use of torture in Iraq. MORE

The Washington Post – Professor Brenda Smith analyzes the relationships between inmates and staff, following the confession of Joyce Mitchell, ex-NY prison worker, who helped Richard Matt and David Sweat escape. MORE

The Washington Blade – Faculty Director of AUWCL's Impact Litigation Project Macarena Saez is featured in a story about a marriage equality case hearing in the Constitutional Court of Colombia. MORE