AUWCL in the Media, Week of April 6, 2015

National Law Review - Adjunct Professor Stuart Silverman responds to U.S. Supreme Court decision on Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center, Inc. MORE

El Diario de Coahuila - Professor Juan Mendez stands by his perspective on what is happening in Mexico reporting that torture is widespread in the country. MORE

WFAE 90.7 FM - Professor Steve Vladeck explains what issues new plaintiffs of the 1983 Beirut Bombing lawsuit may have to deal with. MORE

Maryland Reporter - Professor Jamie Raskin supports a constitutional convention. MORE

Media Shift - 3L Cori Stedman writes article on using UK’s Copyright Hub as a guideline for Simple Rights Use. MORE

Heise Online - Professor Michael Flynn is quoted on the negative effects of the “global standard” of copyright. MORE

Los Angeles Times - Professor William Yeomans believes the video of Walter Scott being killed will be enough to charge Officer Slager. MORE

The Washington Times - Professor Brenda Smith states that “codifying the PREA standards into city law was a practical way to improve conditions.” MORE

College Art Association - Professor Peter Jaszi joins Patricia Aufderheide and CAA for a webinar on fair use in the visual arts. MORE

The Baltimore Sun - Professor Edward Correia pens article on the balance between religious and civil liberties. MORE

Air Force Times - Professor Jennifer Daskal expresses concerns over the president’s draft of the AUMF. MORE

Tampa Bay Times - Professor Steve Vladeck clarifies that the law does not prohibit any “incidental” collection of Americans’ communications through the NSA searches. MORE