Apr 23, 2018

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May 24, 2018

Professor Deborah Pearlstein was quoted in Vice regarding President Trump demanding that the Department of Justice investigate whether the FBI used an informant to spy on the Trump campaign for political purposes.

“The extent to which it appears the president is interfering with a fair and impartial administration of criminal justice in this country is concerning,” said Professor Pearlstein. “He’s not worried about broad abuse; he’s worried about it only to the extent that it affects him.”

May 23, 2018

Professor Kate Shaw was interviewed by Chris Hayes, her husband and host of MSNBC's All in With Chris Hayes, in a podcast called "Why is this Happening?"

The interview focuses on President Trump, his non-traditional White House and the way Trump interacts with the law.

Hayes said, "it seems to me that he's had a tough climb in the courts. Particularly on these big signature things like DACA and the travel ban. Why do you think that is?"

May 23, 2018

Vice Dean Myriam Gilles was interviewed on WNYC's The Takeaway, regarding this week's Supreme Court ruling in the case of Epic Systems v Lewis that workers who sign arbitration agreements cannot band together to sue their employer.

May 22, 2018

Vice Dean Gilles' Michigan Law Review article "Opting Out of Liability: The Forthcoming, Near-Total Demise of the Modern Class Action" was cited by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's dissent in Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis.

May 18, 2018

Professor Deborah Pearlstein writes on Balkinization about a bipartisan bill pending in Congress that would further "delegate Congress' war power to the President."

May 15, 2018

Professor Christopher Buccafusco's article in The Recorder focuses on copyright law and how in the music industry, legacy artists are causing problems by limiting the creative space for younger artists who are trying to find a niche.

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