The Brief: Law School News and Events

Media Highlights

The Faculty were in the media nearly 500 times from October 2008 through mid-March 2009. The following is a sampling.

print media

Jil Fisch, The New York Times, Oct. 3, “Citi, Jilted in Wachovia Deal, Ponders Lawsuit”

Theodore Ruger, The Wall Street Journal, Nov. 7, “Any Big Change to the Courts Will Take a Long Time”

David Skeel, Forbes, Dec. 8, “Tribune media company seeks bankruptcy protection”

Sarah Gordon, Los Angeles Times, Dec. 15, “Atheists answer day of prayer with lawsuit”

Jill Fisch, Conde Nast Portfolio, Dec. 28, “Law and Financial Disorder”

Cary Coglianese, Congressional Quarterly, Jan. 4, “Remaking the Rules on Rule-Making”

Michael Fitts, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 9, “Law Schools Customize Degrees to Students’ Taste”

Stephen Morse, The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 15, “The Brain, Your Honor, Will Take the Witness Stand”

Christopher Yoo, The Washington Post, Jan. 26, “Interim FCC Chief Takes Over ‘Demoralized’ Agency”

Howard Chang, Bloomberg News, Feb. 20, “Microsoft, Intel Firings Stir Resentment Over Visas”

David Rudovsky, The Washington Post, Feb. 22, “High Court to Hear Case on Right to DNA Evidence”

broadcast media

Tom Baker, ABC News Now, Sept. 18, Interview about AIG

Anita Allen, CNN, Dec. 4, Provides answers to eight tricky holiday situations

David Skeel, National Public Radio, Dec. 8, Talks about Tribune media company filing for bankruptcy