Prof. Eric Feldman expects lawsuits over PA school mask mandate but doubts their success: Erie Times-News 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explains ruling that upholds Medicare Advantage star ratings changes during COVID-19 pandemic: The Commonwealth Fund 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman: “Covid-19 has made post-secondary schools in the U.S. a potent symbol of the Divided States of America”: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein explores how the attacks in Kabul could affect national security in Afghanistan and in the U.S.: Newsy 

Prof. Serena Mayeri explains what the Texas abortion ban means and what’s next for the country: Penn Today 

Prof. Tom Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows nearly 250 business interruption cases are pending: Reuters 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein weighs choices in ongoing effort to evacuate Americans from Afghanistan: Washington Examiner 

Adjunct Prof. Fernando Chang-Muy explains vetting and screening process of Afghan refugees, urges everyone to help: 6abc 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein warns of the “grave risk” of a hostage situation in Afghanistan: Washington Examiner

Practice Prof. Cynthia Dahl explains the focus of the Detkin IP and Technology Legal Clinic: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Anita Allen advocates for HIPAA updates to address new and emerging privacy challenges: Penn Today 

Prof. Mitch Berman discusses the jurisprudence of sports from unwritten traditions to robot umpires: Advisory Opinions 

Prof. Jasmine Harris explores Biden’s statement about possible ADA protection for long-term COVID: Penn Today 

CTIC Academic Fellow Giovanna Massarotto explores whether Bitcoin is really ‘economic freedom’: Big Think 

Prof. Eric Feldman predicts that life will be easier for the vaccinated than the unvaccinated: Washington Post 

Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses new technologies that may improve law enforcement, and how to avoid their pitfalls: Mission is Possible Podcast 

Prof. Jacque deLisle explores what the 11-year sentence for a Canadian citizen’s espionage conviction in China could mean: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. David Abrams is studying how the COVID-19 pandemic and recent racial justice protests have affected the U.S. crime rate: Penn Today 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman sheds light on why businesses are legally allowed to issue vaccine mandates: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman draws on historic precedent to assess the lawfulness of New York City’s vaccine mandate: Reuters 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman comments on how the law supports US companies that are requiring employees to get vaccinated: Japan Today 

Prof. Allison Hoffman assesses strength of employees’ legal arguments against mandatory vaccines: MarketWatch 

Prof. Eric Feldman worries about the unquantifiable threat of fake vaccine cards: CNN 

Prof. Herb Hovenkamp examines the potential effect of a recent Supreme Court ruling on Ivy League athletic scholarships: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman explains that, under the right terms, US companies reserve the right to fire employees who do not comply with vaccination requirements: leSoleil 

Professor Eric Feldman

Prof. Eric Feldman says United Airlines vaccine requirement for U.S. employees is on ‘strong legal footing:’ Reuters 

Prof. Eric Feldman looks toward the impact of the Delta variant on vaccine mandates in law schools: Above the Law 

Legislative Clinic releases new report on the rarely reported issue of medical deportation in the U.S.: The National Law Review 

Quattrone Center Assistant Director Marissa Boyers Bluestine compliments Minnesota’s ‘holistic, collaborative approach to re-examining convictions’: Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder 

Thea Kendler L’01 nominated as Assistant Secretary for Export Administration in the Commerce Department by President Biden 

Prof. Jasmine Harris explores the intersection of race and disability in the activities of law enforcement in at-risk communities: The Crime Report 

Prof. Eric Feldman discusses how spiking COVID-19 numbers in Tokyo are affecting the Olympic Games: KCBS Radio 

Prof. Eric Feldman explains the impact of the COVID vaccine’s lack of FDA approval: NBC News 

Prof. Allison Hoffman offers practical information and tips on health care in 2021: WalletHub 

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt explains why the dismissal of obscenity charges against a homeowner over lawn signs was the right decision: Law.com 

Prof. Sophia Lee envisions how the ruling requiring security screening time pay could work during COVID era: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Eric Feldman warns that the Delta variant could affect coronavirus precautions at universities: Reuters 

Prof. Allison Hoffman draws distinction between the legality and wisdom of vaccine mandates: Fortune 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky examines what the Cosby ruling ‘got right’: The New York Times 

Penn Program on Regulation hosts panel of antitrust experts reflecting on the possible consequences of the recent Biden executive order on competition: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Christopher Yoo’s study examining the available financials for the most well-known municipal broadband projects cited: Washington Times 

Practice Prof. of Law Kara Finck’s testimony on high rate of family separation by child protective services in Philadelphia cited: WHYY 

Prof. Jasmine Harris explains the broader implications of the jury verdict against Walmart in favor of a worker with Down’s Syndrome: NBC Philadelphia 

Prof. Finkelstein explores why the arrest of Trump’s 2017 inaugural committee chair sends a key message: CNN 

Incoming Prof. Jasmine Harris explains history behind the disability rights movement’s fight against conservatorships: The Guardian 

Browse Biddle Law Library’s digital exhibitions commemorating the achievements of alumni, students, faculty, and staff 

Penn Trustee Chair of 12 years David L. Cohen L’81: “Everything I have been able to do professionally derives from my Penn Law education.” 

Prof. Hovenkamp: Facebook antitrust case is not over yet; FTC likely to file an amended complaint against the tech giant 

Prof. Hovenkamp: Even if FTC files an amended opinion, Judge’s initial dismissal should catalyze updates to anti-trust legislation 

Prof. Fisch comments on mutual funds’ decisions to include profitable Xinjiang-based companies in indices despite human rights violations 

Prof. Feldman: Lawsuits against employer vaccine mandates illustrate frustration, but lack legal strength 

Prof. Delrahim discusses the implications of Supreme Court’s recent unanimous decision determining that NCAA violated antitrust laws 

Q&A with Lourdes Fuentes Slater L’92 on adopting legal tech: “The hardest challenge to overcome has been – and still is – the human factor.” 

Prof. Hovenkamp: Ruling in Facebook antitrust case underscores shortcomings of contemporary legislation in context of modern tech 

Prof. Hovenkamp: Ruling in Facebook antitrust case underscores shortcomings of contemporary legislation in context of modern tech 

Prof. Hovenkamp: Even if FTC files an amended opinion, Judge’s initial dismissal should catalyze updates to anti-trust legislation 

Prof. Fisch comments on mutual funds’ decisions to include profitable Xinjiang-based companies in indices despite human rights violations 

Prof. Feldman: Lawsuits against employer vaccine mandates illustrate frustration, but lack legal strength 

Delrahim discusses the implications of Supreme Court’s recent unanimous decision determining that NCAA violated antitrust laws 

Q&A with Lourdes Fuentes Slater L’92 on adopting legal tech: “The hardest challenge to overcome has been – and still is – the human factor.” 

Prof. Ben-Porath: First Amendment does not act like “a switch you can turn on when you turn 18” 

Prof. Paoletti: The U.S. must pay reparations to survivors of ICE’s egregious violations to continue to be a human rights leader 

Prof. Ben-Porath: First Amendment does not act like “a switch you can turn on when you turn 18” 

Prof. Paoletti: The U.S. must pay reparations to survivors of ICE’s egregious violations to continue to be a human rights leader 

Prof. Rothman: New York court properly recognizes that fictionalizations constitute protected free speech in unfolding docudrama case 

Prof. Ben-Porath: First Amendment does not act like “a switch you can turn on when you turn 18” 

Prof. Paoletti: The U.S. must pay reparations to survivors of ICE’s egregious violations to continue to be a human rights leader 

Prof. Fisch explores whether ESG mutual funds deliver on their promises: HLS Forum on Corporate Governance 

Incoming Prof. Harris discusses the intersection of race and disabilities in Yale Law Journal article: The Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch explores whether ESG mutual funds deliver on their promises: HLS Forum on Corporate Governance 

Incoming Prof. Harris discusses the intersection of race and disabilities in Yale Law Journal article: The Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch explores whether ESG mutual funds deliver on their promises: HLS Forum on Corporate Governance 

Incoming Prof. Harris discusses the intersection of race and disabilities in Yale Law Journal article: The Washington Post 

Prof. Coglianese chairs committee on how to handle mass, computer-generated, and falsely attributed comments in rulemakings 

Institute for Law and Philosophy’s Sigal Ben-Porath explains issues in SCOTUS case involving high school cheerleader: Penn Today 

Institute for Law and Philosophy’s Sigal Ben-Porath explains issues in SCOTUS case involving high school cheerleader: Penn Today 

Penn Law Firsts: Asians, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders - 1900 to the Present exhibit at Biddle Law Library 

Penn Law Firsts: Asians, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders - 1900 to the Present exhibit at Biddle Law Library 

Prof. Hovenkamp expects more challenges to the NCAA’s limits in the coming years after Supreme Court decision against NCAA: The Hill 

Penn Law Firsts: Asians, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders - 1900 to the Present exhibit at Biddle Law Library 

Lecturer in Law Fernando Chang-Muy writes on why we shouldn’t tell refugees ‘Don’t Come’: Newsweek 

Assistant Prof. Natasha Sarin is member of Treasury Departments’ ‘compliance brain trust’ to curb tax evasion: New York Times 

Prof. Sarah Barringer Gordon explains why Washington and Lee has more than just a controversial name: Richmond Times-Dispatch 

The ideas of Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander L’27 can offer solutions to today’s economic problems: The Washington Post 

The Regulatory Review commemorates Pride Month this June with a series of essays on how regulation affects LGBTQ+ communities 

Prof. Hoffman explains the SCOTUS decision that keeps the Affordable Care Act intact: Penn Today 

Assistant Prof. Natasha Sarin is member of Treasury Departments’ ‘compliance brain trust’ to curb tax evasion: New York Times 

Prof. Sarah Barringer Gordon explains why Washington and Lee has more than just a controversial name: Richmond Times-Dispatch 

The ideas of Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander L’27 can offer solutions to today’s economic problems: The Washington Post 

Prof. Hoffman explains the SCOTUS decision that keeps the Affordable Care Act intact: Penn Today 

Assistant Prof. Natasha Sarin is member of Treasury Departments’ ‘compliance brain trust’ to curb tax evasion: New York Times 

Prof. Sarah Barringer Gordon explains why Washington and Lee has more than just a controversial name: Richmond Times-Dispatch 

The ideas of Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander L’27 can offer solutions to today’s economic problems: The Washington Post 

Prof. Hoffman explains the SCOTUS decision that keeps the Affordable Care Act intact: Penn Today 

Prof. Wolff anticipates that recent SCOTUS ruling could mean local government agencies’ broadly granting religious exemptions: WHYY 

Prof. Feldman discusses the American father-son duo charged with orchestrating Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape from Japan: Bloomberg 

Prof. Wolff cautions that Fulton could mean that religious organizations will challenge other anti-discrimination laws: USA Today 

Prof. Wolff anticipates that recent SCOTUS ruling could mean local government agencies’ broadly granting religious exemptions: WHYY 

Prof. Feldman discusses the American father-son duo charged with orchestrating Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape from Japan: Bloomberg 

Prof. Wolff cautions that Fulton could mean that religious organizations will challenge other anti-discrimination laws: USA Today 

Prof. Hovenkamp observes that Lina Kahn may face obstacles in achieving tougher antitrust enforcement as head of the FTC: Washington Post 

Prof. Wolff anticipates that recent SCOTUS ruling could mean local government agencies’ broadly granting religious exemptions: WHYY 

Prof. Feldman discusses the American father-son duo charged with orchestrating Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape from Japan: Bloomberg 

Prof. Wolff cautions that Fulton could mean that religious organizations will challenge other anti-discrimination laws: USA Today 

Prof. Abrams notes that homicide increase over the past year is because of many factors: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Abrams notes that homicide increase over the past year is because of many factors: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Abrams notes that homicide increase over the past year is because of many factors: Los Angeles Times 

Farah Jan ML’21 of the International Relations Program taught an innovative course in virtual reality during the spring semester: Penn Today 

Farah Jan ML’21 of the International Relations Program taught an innovative course in virtual reality during the spring semester: Penn Today 

Farah Jan ML’21 of the International Relations Program taught an innovative course in virtual reality during the spring semester: Penn Today 

Prof. Allen examines HIPAA twenty-five years after its passage: New England Journal of Medicine 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis’ International Women’s Human Rights Law students on whether women were better leaders during the pandemic: GIWPS 

Prof. Abrams calls the reasons behind a homicide surge during the COVID-19 pandemic “complicated”: AP News 

Quattrone Center Asst. Dir. Marissa Boyers Bluestine explains why false confessions happen and what can be done about them: The Appeal 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis’ International Women’s Human Rights Law students on whether women were better leaders during the pandemic: GIWPS 

Prof. Abrams calls the reasons behind a homicide surge during the COVID-19 pandemic “complicated”: AP News 

Quattrone Center Asst. Dir. Marissa Boyers Bluestine explains why false confessions happen and what can be done about them: The Appeal 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis’ International Women’s Human Rights Law students on whether women were better leaders during the pandemic: GIWPS 

Prof. Abrams calls the reasons behind a homicide surge during the COVID-19 pandemic “complicated”: AP News 

Quattrone Center Asst. Dir. Marissa Boyers Bluestine explains why false confessions happen and what can be done about them: The Appeal 

Quattrone Center Assistant Director Marissa Bluestine discusses innocence organizations across the U.S.: The Atlantic 

Prof. deLisle examines the growing dangers of potential U.S.-China conflict: Taiwan Insight 

Quattrone Center Assistant Director Marissa Bluestine discusses innocence organizations across the U.S.: The Atlantic 

Prof. deLisle examines the growing dangers of potential U.S.-China conflict: Taiwan Insight 

Quattrone Center Assistant Director Marissa Bluestine discusses innocence organizations across the U.S.: The Atlantic 

Prof. deLisle examines the growing dangers of potential U.S.-China conflict: Taiwan Insight 

Prof. Feldman calls lawsuits’ comparison of the vaccine mandate to human rights violations ‘misguided and flat-out offensive’: Bloomberg Law 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky notes the marked decline in pedestrian police stops thanks to civil rights litigation: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Feldman calls lawsuits’ comparison of the vaccine mandate to human rights violations ‘misguided and flat-out offensive’: Bloomberg Law 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky notes the marked decline in pedestrian police stops thanks to civil rights litigation: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Feldman calls lawsuits’ comparison of the vaccine mandate to human rights violations ‘misguided and flat-out offensive’: Bloomberg Law 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky notes the marked decline in pedestrian police stops thanks to civil rights litigation: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Finkelstein asks why Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice is covering for Trump: Slate 

Prof. Finkelstein asks why Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice is covering for Trump: Slate 

Prof. Finkelstein asks why Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice is covering for Trump: Slate 

Prof. Fisch observes that regulating CEO and corporate usage of social media presents challenges: The Wall Street Journal 

Penn Law, Morgan Lewis Join Forces For Racial Justice Fund: Law360 

Prof. Fisch observes that regulating CEO and corporate usage of social media presents challenges: The Wall Street Journal 

Penn Law, Morgan Lewis Join Forces For Racial Justice Fund: Law360 

Prof. Fisch observes that regulating CEO and corporate usage of social media presents challenges: The Wall Street Journal 

Penn Law, Morgan Lewis Join Forces For Racial Justice Fund: Law360 

Prof. Feldman questions the practice of grossly overcharging customers based on vaccination status: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein explains how the Biden Administration is defending Trump’s sweeping view of executive privilege: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman questions the practice of grossly overcharging customers based on vaccination status: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein explains how the Biden Administration is defending Trump’s sweeping view of executive privilege: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman questions the practice of grossly overcharging customers based on vaccination status: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein explains how the Biden Administration is defending Trump’s sweeping view of executive privilege: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman discusses the legal implications of companies and organizations requiring proof of vaccination: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman discusses the legal implications of companies and organizations requiring proof of vaccination: Penn Today 

John Saylor L’22 examines the historical problem with the regulation of cars and light trucks: Treehugger 

Prof. Feldman discusses the legal implications of companies and organizations requiring proof of vaccination: Penn Today 

U.S. Chief District Judge Juan Sánchez L’81 explains citizens’ central role in maintaining public trust in the justice system: U.S. Courts 

Prof. Feldman explains why HIPAA doesn’t prevent businesses and employers from requesting vaccination status: Fox Business 

Prof. Hovenkamp observes the limited scope of the Washington, D.C., antitrust case against Amazon: The Washington Post 

U.S. Chief District Judge Juan Sánchez L’81 explains citizens’ central role in maintaining public trust in the justice system: U.S. Courts 

Prof. Feldman explains why HIPAA doesn’t prevent businesses and employers from requesting vaccination status: Fox Business 

Prof. Hovenkamp observes the limited scope of the Washington, D.C., antitrust case against Amazon: The Washington Post 

U.S. Chief District Judge Juan Sánchez L’81 explains citizens’ central role in maintaining public trust in the justice system: U.S. Courts 

Prof. Pollman explores the history and revival of the corporate purpose clause: CLS Blue Sky Blog 

Prof. Feldman explains why HIPAA doesn’t prevent businesses and employers from requesting vaccination status: Fox Business 

Prof. Hovenkamp observes the limited scope of the Washington, D.C., antitrust case against Amazon: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman assures private employers wishing to mandate COVID-19 vaccines that they are on ‘firm legal ground’: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. deLisle says Taiwan is right to reject Chinese vaccines being used as a ‘political tool’: Taiwan News 

Prof. Feldman assures private employers wishing to mandate COVID-19 vaccines that they are on ‘firm legal ground’: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. deLisle says Taiwan is right to reject Chinese vaccines being used as a ‘political tool’: Taiwan News 

Prof. Feldman assures private employers wishing to mandate COVID-19 vaccines that they are on ‘firm legal ground’: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. deLisle says Taiwan is right to reject Chinese vaccines being used as a ‘political tool’: Taiwan News 

Prof. Coglianese offers seven lessons for domestic regulators from the field of global health policy: Global Health Governance 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis proposes an intersectional approach to violence against Asian Americans and women: GIWPS 

Prof. Finkelstein opines that the NY AG and Manhattan DA combined probe into Trump’s affairs could lead to speedy indictments: Reuters 

Prof. Abrams cautions those who would link Philadelphia DA Krasner’s ‘lenient’ policies to an uptick in crime: The New York Times 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis proposes an intersectional approach to violence against Asian Americans and women: GIWPS 

Prof. Finkelstein opines that the NY AG and Manhattan DA combined probe into Trump’s affairs could lead to speedy indictments: Reuters 

Prof. Abrams cautions those who would link Philadelphia DA Krasner’s ‘lenient’ policies to an uptick in crime: The New York Times 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis proposes an intersectional approach to violence against Asian Americans and women: GIWPS 

Prof. Coglianese co-chairs panel providing recommendations on drinking water policy: ALI 

Prof. Finkelstein opines that the NY AG and Manhattan DA combined probe into Trump’s affairs could lead to speedy indictments: Reuters 

Prof. Abrams cautions those who would link Philadelphia DA Krasner’s ‘lenient’ policies to an uptick in crime: The New York Times 

Prof. Coglianese joins fellow prominent scholars to discuss the legacy of George Stigler’s ‘The Theory of Economic Regulation’: Capitalisn’t 

Prof. Yoo and Kellen McCoy L’21 analyze transparency and privacy in public rulemaking dockets: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Feldman explains why some states have eliminated the religious exemption for student vaccines: NBC News 

Elizabeth Yin L’24 shares her experience as a half-Chinese, half-white woman: Teen Vogue 

Prof. Feldman explains why some states have eliminated the religious exemption for student vaccines: NBC News 

Elizabeth Yin L’24 shares her experience as a half-Chinese, half-white woman: Teen Vogue 

Prof. Feldman explains why some states have eliminated the religious exemption for student vaccines: NBC News 

Elizabeth Yin L’24 shares her experience as a half-Chinese, half-white woman: Teen Vogue 

The Regulatory Review reports that hate crimes against the AAPI community increased by 149 percent last year: Fortune 

Prof. Feldman states that universities are on ‘pretty strong ground’ legal to require COVID-19 vaccines of students: Trib Live 

Demisse Selassie L’21 explains the ongoing violence in Tigray, Ethiopia: Penn Today 

Chair of Board of Advisors Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 and Alicia Lai L’22 write about the fallacy of IP waivers: The National Law Journal 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses whether a remote option or vaccine mandate should be part of school reopenings: The Brian Lehrer Show 

Prof. Feldman states that universities are on ‘pretty strong ground’ legal to require COVID-19 vaccines of students: Trib Live 

Demisse Selassie L’21 explains the ongoing violence in Tigray, Ethiopia: Penn Today 

Chair of Board of Advisors Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 and Alicia Lai L’22 write about the fallacy of IP waivers: The National Law Journal 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses whether a remote option or vaccine mandate should be part of school reopenings: The Brian Lehrer Show 

Prof. Feldman states that universities are on ‘pretty strong ground’ legal to require COVID-19 vaccines of students: Trib Live 

Demisse Selassie L’21 explains the ongoing violence in Tigray, Ethiopia: Penn Today 

Chair of Board of Advisors Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 and Alicia Lai L’22 write about the fallacy of IP waivers: The National Law Journal 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses whether a remote option or vaccine mandate should be part of school reopenings: The Brian Lehrer Show 

Prof. Abrams’ study reveals which areas of Phila. have experienced the sharpest increase in homicides and shootings: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Feldman explains that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely against employers: The New York Times 

Lynnewood Shafer L’21 debuts ‘Black Excellence: Journeys of Success’: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman discusses whether businesses can ask customers for proof of vaccination status: Marketplace 

Prof. Abrams’ study reveals which areas of Phila. have experienced the sharpest increase in homicides and shootings: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Feldman explains that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely against employers: The New York Times 

Lynnewood Shafer L’21 debuts ‘Black Excellence: Journeys of Success’: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman discusses whether businesses can ask customers for proof of vaccination status: Marketplace 

Prof. Abrams’ study reveals which areas of Phila. have experienced the sharpest increase in homicides and shootings: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Feldman explains that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely against employers: The New York Times 

Lynnewood Shafer L’21 debuts ‘Black Excellence: Journeys of Success’: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman discusses whether businesses can ask customers for proof of vaccination status: Marketplace 

Prof. Wagner cautions that WTO negotiations on waiving vaccine patent protection could take a while: CQ Health 

Prof. Allison Hoffman states that the legality of vaccine mandates under emergency use is unclear: gothamist 

Christina Swarns L’93, Exec. Dir. of the Innocence Project, is working to right the wrongs in the criminal justice system: Power of Penn 

Prof. Wagner cautions that WTO negotiations on waiving vaccine patent protection could take a while: CQ Health 

Prof. Allison Hoffman states that the legality of vaccine mandates under emergency use is unclear: gothamist 

Christina Swarns L’93, Exec. Dir. of the Innocence Project, is working to right the wrongs in the criminal justice system: Power of Penn 

Prof. Wagner cautions that WTO negotiations on waiving vaccine patent protection could take a while: CQ Health 

Prof. Allison Hoffman states that the legality of vaccine mandates under emergency use is unclear: gothamist 

Christina Swarns L’93, Exec. Dir. of the Innocence Project, is working to right the wrongs in the criminal justice system: Power of Penn 

Quattrone Center conducted ‘event reviews’ to identify what went wrong in convictions later overturned: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Wagner acknowledges that the pharmaceutical industry has legitimate concerns about India’s vaccine patent waiver proposal: Bloomberg 

Prof. Feldman cautions employers that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely: The New York Times 

Prof. Feldman writes that COVID-19 vaccine mandates will get students back in the classroom: Bloomberg Law 

Quattrone Center conducted ‘event reviews’ to identify what went wrong in convictions later overturned: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Wagner acknowledges that the pharmaceutical industry has legitimate concerns about India’s vaccine patent waiver proposal: Bloomberg 

Prof. Feldman cautions employers that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely: The New York Times 

Prof. Feldman writes that COVID-19 vaccine mandates will get students back in the classroom: Bloomberg Law 

Quattrone Center conducted ‘event reviews’ to identify what went wrong in convictions later overturned: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Wagner acknowledges that the pharmaceutical industry has legitimate concerns about India’s vaccine patent waiver proposal: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese warns that infrastructure demands put universal access to safe water at risk: American Waterworks Association 

Prof. Feldman cautions employers that lawsuits over mandated vaccines are likely: The New York Times 

Prof. Feldman writes that COVID-19 vaccine mandates will get students back in the classroom: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Hoffman observes that the pandemic has exposed a need for more preventative care coverage in health insurance: California Healthline 

Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918 G’1919 Gr’1921 L’27 Hon’74: ‘The First of Many Firsts’: The Pennsylvania Gazette 

Jen Leonard L’04, FPI’s Chief Innovation Officer, discusses the initiative’s multidisciplinary approach: The Geek in Review 

Prof. Hoffman explains the pandemic’s effects on health insurance companies’ profits and definitions of health care: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Hoffman observes that the pandemic has exposed a need for more preventative care coverage in health insurance: California Healthline 

Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918 G’1919 Gr’1921 L’27 Hon’74: ‘The First of Many Firsts’: The Pennsylvania Gazette 

Jen Leonard L’04, FPI’s Chief Innovation Officer, discusses the initiative’s multidisciplinary approach: The Geek in Review 

Prof. Hoffman explains the pandemic’s effects on health insurance companies’ profits and definitions of health care: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Hoffman observes that the pandemic has exposed a need for more preventative care coverage in health insurance: California Healthline 

Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918 G’1919 Gr’1921 L’27 Hon’74: ‘The First of Many Firsts’: The Pennsylvania Gazette 

Jen Leonard L’04, FPI’s Chief Innovation Officer, discusses the initiative’s multidisciplinary approach: The Geek in Review 

Prof. Hoffman explains the pandemic’s effects on health insurance companies’ profits and definitions of health care: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Coglianese explains that no court has yet interpreted the Congressional Review Act’s ‘substantially similar’ ban: Inside Climate News 

Prof. Feldman characterizes as “easy lift” the addition of COVID-19 vaccine to those already required by colleges: Above the Law 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the fortuitous timing of the antitrust suit against Apple for Epic: The Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch discusses the changing influence of proxy advisors in the context of climate risk: E&E News 

Prof. Feldman characterizes as “easy lift” the addition of COVID-19 vaccine to those already required by colleges: Above the Law 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the fortuitous timing of the antitrust suit against Apple for Epic: The Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch discusses the changing influence of proxy advisors in the context of climate risk: E&E News 

Prof. Feldman characterizes as “easy lift” the addition of COVID-19 vaccine to those already required by colleges: Above the Law 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the fortuitous timing of the antitrust suit against Apple for Epic: The Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch discusses the changing influence of proxy advisors in the context of climate risk: E&E News 

Prof. Roberts’ book ‘Shattered Bonds’ explores issue of disproportionate number of Black children in the child welfare system: Mother Jones 

Prof. Baker expects to see more pandemic-related lawsuits being filed by larger businesses in the coming months: ABC News 

Prof. Roberts’ book ‘Shattered Bonds’ explores issue of disproportionate number of Black children in the child welfare system: Mother Jones 

Prof. Baker expects to see more pandemic-related lawsuits being filed by larger businesses in the coming months: ABC News 

Prof. Roberts’ book ‘Shattered Bonds’ explores issue of disproportionate number of Black children in the child welfare system: Mother Jones 

Prof. Baker expects to see more pandemic-related lawsuits being filed by larger businesses in the coming months: ABC News 

Prof. Hovenkamp warns that critics face uphill battle in challenging Apple’s privacy rules as antitrust violations 

Prof. Hovenkamp warns that critics face uphill battle in challenging Apple’s privacy rules as antitrust violations 

Prof. Hovenkamp warns that critics face uphill battle in challenging Apple’s privacy rules as antitrust violations 

Prof. Roberts discusses race as a social construct in the context of race correction in medicine: CNN 

Prof. Yoo discusses his findings on the financial viability of municipal broadband: The Morning Call 

Prof. Roberts discusses race as a social construct in the context of race correction in medicine: CNN 

Prof. Yoo discusses his findings on the financial viability of municipal broadband: The Morning Call 

Prof. Roberts discusses race as a social construct in the context of race correction in medicine: CNN 

Prof. Yoo discusses his findings on the financial viability of municipal broadband: The Morning Call 

Distinguished Lecturer and Senior Consultant to the FPI Jim Sandman L’76 has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 

Distinguished Lecturer and Senior Consultant to the FPI Jim Sandman L’76 has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 

Distinguished Lecturer and Senior Consultant to the FPI Jim Sandman L’76 has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 

Sonari Chidi L’22 produces film about discussion of AI and bias, led by Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis and Microsoft’s Steve Crown: Vimeo 

Prof. Feldman explores the legal issues with creating a vaccine verification system in the U.S. and how it could work: Reuters 

Sonari Chidi L’22 produces film about discussion of AI and bias, led by Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis and Microsoft’s Steve Crown: Vimeo 

Prof. Feldman explores the legal issues with creating a vaccine verification system in the U.S. and how it could work: Reuters 

Sonari Chidi L’22 produces film about discussion of AI and bias, led by Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis and Microsoft’s Steve Crown: Vimeo 

Prof. Feldman explores the legal issues with creating a vaccine verification system in the U.S. and how it could work: Reuters 

Prof. Coglianese co-chairs expert panel addressing water equity and affordability analysis in EPA rulemaking: Water Finance & Management 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis’ AI and Bias Policy Lab has produced a blueprint for policy directives: Harvard Kennedy School 

Prof. Feldman explains why privacy concerns about vaccine passports are overblown: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis’ AI and Bias Policy Lab has produced a blueprint for policy directives: Harvard Kennedy School 

Prof. Feldman explains why privacy concerns about vaccine passports are overblown: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis’ AI and Bias Policy Lab has produced a blueprint for policy directives: Harvard Kennedy School 

Prof. Feldman explains why privacy concerns about vaccine passports are overblown: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Feldman discusses the likelihood and logistics of vaccine passports becoming increasingly common: KCBS 

Prof. Feldman sees strong favorable precedence for colleges to require COVID vaccination: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman discusses the likelihood and logistics of vaccine passports becoming increasingly common: KCBS 

Prof. Feldman sees strong favorable precedence for colleges to require COVID vaccination: The Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman discusses the likelihood and logistics of vaccine passports becoming increasingly common: KCBS 

Prof. Feldman sees strong favorable precedence for colleges to require COVID vaccination: The Washington Post 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis discusses importance of legal and cultural change in stopping Anti-Asian racism and misogyny: The Caravel 

Prof. Feldman weighs in on whether businesses and airlines can require proof of vaccination: Philly Voice 

Prof. Baker cautions to be ‘very skeptical’ about claims that higher premiums are due to COVID-related lawsuits: KERA News 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis discusses importance of legal and cultural change in stopping Anti-Asian racism and misogyny: The Caravel 

Prof. Feldman weighs in on whether businesses and airlines can require proof of vaccination: Philly Voice 

Prof. Baker cautions to be ‘very skeptical’ about claims that higher premiums are due to COVID-related lawsuits: KERA News 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis discusses importance of legal and cultural change in stopping Anti-Asian racism and misogyny: The Caravel 

Prof. Feldman weighs in on whether businesses and airlines can require proof of vaccination: Philly Voice 

Prof. Baker cautions to be ‘very skeptical’ about claims that higher premiums are due to COVID-related lawsuits: KERA News 

Prof. Coglianese co-chaired expert panel convened by the American Water Works Assn. to improve EPA’s analysis of water affordability 

Prof. Feldman explains state governors’ roles regarding mandating vaccines: CBS News 

Prof. Feldman explains state governors’ roles regarding mandating vaccines: CBS News 

Prof. Feldman explains state governors’ roles regarding mandating vaccines: CBS News 

Max Masuda-Farkas L’22, MUSA’22 interviews Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa: CitySpeak 

Prof. Skeel questions whether LaPierre had the authority to file for bankruptcy on behalf of the NRA: NY Times 

Prof. Feldman discusses legal considerations surrounding vaccine passports: ABC News 

Prof. Feldman discusses the challenges colleges could face in requiring COVID vaccinations: CNBC 

Quattrone Center Exec. Dir. John Hollway breaks down trial strategy regarding expert witness in George Floyd murder trial: AP 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals the hotel industry is among the hardest hit by business interruption lawsuits: Skift 

Max Masuda-Farkas L’22, MUSA’22 interviews Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa: CitySpeak 

Prof. Skeel questions whether LaPierre had the authority to file for bankruptcy on behalf of the NRA: NY Times 

Prof. Feldman discusses legal considerations surrounding vaccine passports: ABC News 

Prof. Feldman discusses the challenges colleges could face in requiring COVID vaccinations: CNBC 

Quattrone Center Exec. Dir. John Hollway breaks down trial strategy regarding expert witness in George Floyd murder trial: AP 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals the hotel industry is among the hardest hit by business interruption lawsuits: Skift 

Max Masuda-Farkas L’22, MUSA’22 interviews Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa: CitySpeak 

Prof. Skeel questions whether LaPierre had the authority to file for bankruptcy on behalf of the NRA: NY Times 

Prof. Feldman discusses legal considerations surrounding vaccine passports: ABC News 

Prof. Feldman discusses the challenges colleges could face in requiring COVID vaccinations: CNBC 

Quattrone Center Exec. Dir. John Hollway breaks down trial strategy regarding expert witness in George Floyd murder trial: AP 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals the hotel industry is among the hardest hit by business interruption lawsuits: Skift 

Prof. Feldman explores the legality of vaccine passports: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Feldman predicts more private businesses will soon require vaccine passports: Yahoo 

Prof. Feldman explores the legality of vaccine passports: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Feldman predicts more private businesses will soon require vaccine passports: Yahoo 

Prof. Feldman explores the legality of vaccine passports: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Feldman predicts more private businesses will soon require vaccine passports: Yahoo 

Prof. Feldman weighs issues of ethics, equity, and public health concerns in vaccine passport debate: WPXI 

Prof. Feldman weighs issues of ethics, equity, and public health concerns in vaccine passport debate: WPXI 

Prof. Feldman weighs issues of ethics, equity, and public health concerns in vaccine passport debate: WPXI 

Prof. Feldman addresses the various concerns involved in mandating vaccines for travel: WFOX 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows insurers winning lawsuits at a five to one ratio: Claims Journal 

Prof. Feldman addresses the various concerns involved in mandating vaccines for travel: WFOX 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows insurers winning lawsuits at a five to one ratio: Claims Journal 

Prof. Feldman addresses the various concerns involved in mandating vaccines for travel: WFOX 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows insurers winning lawsuits at a five to one ratio: Claims Journal 

Adjunct Prof. Chang-Muy moderates discussion on Latin American migration in a School of Social Policy & Practice event: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman delves into the history of vaccine mandates in broader discussion of vaccine passports: Objections podcast 

Adjunct Prof. Chang-Muy moderates discussion on Latin American migration in a School of Social Policy & Practice event: Penn Today 

Prof. Feldman delves into the history of vaccine mandates in broader discussion of vaccine passports: Objections podcast 

Adjunct Prof. Chang-Muy moderates discussion on Latin American migration in a School of Social Policy & Practice event: Penn Today 

Prof. Pollman discusses her article “The Corporate Governance Machine” with co-author Dorothy Lund: Business Scholarship Podcast 

Prof. Feldman delves into the history of vaccine mandates in broader discussion of vaccine passports: Objections podcast 

Prof. Coglianese explores the potential challenge of a conservative SCOTUS on Biden’s energy and climate agenda: Energy Policy Now 

Prof. Coglianese contributes to National Academy of Sciences report on improving federal offshore oil and gas safety inspections: BSEE 

Practice Prof. of Law Rulli observes “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” that can lead to overcharging to protect against challenges: Vice 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis outlines four steps to building a future free of racism and gender-based violence: Ms. 

Practice Prof. of Law Rulli observes “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” that can lead to overcharging to protect against challenges: Vice 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis outlines four steps to building a future free of racism and gender-based violence: Ms. 

Practice Prof. of Law Rulli observes “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” that can lead to overcharging to protect against challenges: Vice 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis outlines four steps to building a future free of racism and gender-based violence: Ms. 

Quattrone Center launches website to help prosecutors establish wrongful conviction units: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Quattrone Center launches website to help prosecutors establish wrongful conviction units: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Quattrone Center launches website to help prosecutors establish wrongful conviction units: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Sam Thompson G’69 L’71 featured as U.S. Tax Court trailblazer: TaxProf Blog 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky: Video evidence of misconduct does not guarantee a conviction of police officers: New York Times 

Sam Thompson G’69 L’71 featured as U.S. Tax Court trailblazer: TaxProf Blog 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky: Video evidence of misconduct does not guarantee a conviction of police officers: New York Times 

Sam Thompson G’69 L’71 featured as U.S. Tax Court trailblazer: TaxProf Blog 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky: Video evidence of misconduct does not guarantee a conviction of police officers: New York Times 

Register for “Dreams and Nightmares: The U.S. Immigration Crisis” webinar (3/30) 

Biddle Law Library’s digital exhibition “Benchmark: Penn Law Women and the Federal Courts” honors past and present alumnae federal judges 

Register for “Dreams and Nightmares: The U.S. Immigration Crisis” webinar (3/30) 

Biddle Law Library’s digital exhibition “Benchmark: Penn Law Women and the Federal Courts” honors past and present alumnae federal judges 

Register for “Dreams and Nightmares: The U.S. Immigration Crisis” webinar (3/30) 

Biddle Law Library’s digital exhibition “Benchmark: Penn Law Women and the Federal Courts” honors past and present alumnae federal judges 

Prof. Feldman discusses vaccine mandates on college campuses: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explores legal issues concerning mandated COVID-19 vaccines for college students: Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman discusses vaccine mandates on college campuses: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explores legal issues concerning mandated COVID-19 vaccines for college students: Washington Post 

Prof. Feldman discusses vaccine mandates on college campuses: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explores legal issues concerning mandated COVID-19 vaccines for college students: Washington Post 

Prof. Roberts shows how algorithms used in making child welfare decisions could be racially biased: The Morning Call 

Prof. Roberts shows how algorithms used in making child welfare decisions could be racially biased: The Morning Call 

Prof. Roberts shows how algorithms used in making child welfare decisions could be racially biased: The Morning Call 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis describes how we can build a future free of racism and gender-based violence after Atlanta: GIWPS 

Prof. Hovenkamp illustrates how the concept of telephone interoperability could inform Big Tech antitrust solutions: Bloomberg Law 

Alicia Lai L’21 explains why prosecuting Asian-American scientists for espionage is a shortsighted strategy: Scientific American 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals that insurers are winning majority of pandemic-related suits: Bloomberg 

Prof. Baker discusses some of the legal trends revealed by his COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker: Reuters 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis describes how we can build a future free of racism and gender-based violence after Atlanta: GIWPS 

Prof. Hovenkamp illustrates how the concept of telephone interoperability could inform Big Tech antitrust solutions: Bloomberg Law 

Alicia Lai L’21 explains why prosecuting Asian-American scientists for espionage is a shortsighted strategy: Scientific American 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals that insurers are winning majority of pandemic-related suits: Bloomberg 

Prof. Baker discusses some of the legal trends revealed by his COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker: Reuters 

Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis describes how we can build a future free of racism and gender-based violence after Atlanta: GIWPS 

Prof. Hovenkamp illustrates how the concept of telephone interoperability could inform Big Tech antitrust solutions: Bloomberg Law 

Alicia Lai L’21 explains why prosecuting Asian-American scientists for espionage is a shortsighted strategy: Scientific American 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker reveals that insurers are winning majority of pandemic-related suits: Bloomberg 

Prof. Baker discusses some of the legal trends revealed by his COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker: Reuters 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine observes that constitutional protections are not in place to assist with guilt determination: NBC News 

Silverman Hall recognized with 2021 Grand Jury Award by the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia 

Prof. Roberts explains the “non-reformist reforms” that can improve the child welfare system: The Imprint 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine observes that constitutional protections are not in place to assist with guilt determination: NBC News 

Silverman Hall recognized with 2021 Grand Jury Award by the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia 

Prof. Roberts explains the “non-reformist reforms” that can improve the child welfare system: The Imprint 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine observes that constitutional protections are not in place to assist with guilt determination: NBC News 

Prof. Berman describes how courts could interpret a key provision in the American Rescue Plan vis-à-vis states’ rights: The Hill 

Silverman Hall recognized with 2021 Grand Jury Award by the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia 

Prof. Roberts explains the “non-reformist reforms” that can improve the child welfare system: The Imprint 

Prof. Coglianese and Lect. in Law Mahboubi discuss The Regulatory Review’s series “Comparing Nations’ Responses to COVID-19”: A Hard Look 

Prof. Allen expresses possible need for state and federal statutes that deal with deepfakes: Law.com 

Practice Prof. of Law Lou Rulli notes that those with forfeiture petitions filed against them have no right to counsel: York Dispatch 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study finds increase in illegal terms in residential leases for Philadelphia tenants: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Allen expresses possible need for state and federal statutes that deal with deepfakes: Law.com 

Practice Prof. of Law Lou Rulli notes that those with forfeiture petitions filed against them have no right to counsel: York Dispatch 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study finds increase in illegal terms in residential leases for Philadelphia tenants: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Allen expresses possible need for state and federal statutes that deal with deepfakes: Law.com 

Practice Prof. of Law Lou Rulli notes that those with forfeiture petitions filed against them have no right to counsel: York Dispatch 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study finds increase in illegal terms in residential leases for Philadelphia tenants: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows 80% of rulings have gone in favor of insurance companies: NBC5 Chicago 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows 80% of rulings have gone in favor of insurance companies: NBC5 Chicago 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows 80% of rulings have gone in favor of insurance companies: NBC5 Chicago 

Achieving Racial Justice Series: Examining the current escalation of anti-Asian racism with Cecillia Wang of the national ACLU 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study shows that residential leases are getting longer and more favorable to landlords: Scripps National News 

Achieving Racial Justice Series: Examining the current escalation of anti-Asian racism with Cecillia Wang of the national ACLU 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study shows that residential leases are getting longer and more favorable to landlords: Scripps National News 

Prof. Coglianese contributes to report on improving the regulatory inspections of offshore oil and gas operations: National Academies Press 

Achieving Racial Justice Series: Examining the current escalation of anti-Asian racism with Cecillia Wang of the national ACLU 

Scholarship on COVID-19 regulatory responses by Prof. Coglianese, Prof. deLisle, and Lect. Mahboubi featured: Administrative Law Review 

Prof. David Hoffman’s study shows that residential leases are getting longer and more favorable to landlords: Scripps National News 

Practice Prof. Lou Rulli observes an “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” in the criminal justice system: Vice 

Assistant Prof. Sarin, newly appointed to the Biden Administration’s Treasury Department, has criticized the wealth tax: Washington Examiner 

Sherisse Laud-Hammond, the first Black woman to head Penn’s Women Center, recalls achievements of Sadie T.M. Alexander L’1927: 6ABC 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker offers insight into insurance lawsuits related to the pandemic: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Practice Prof. Lou Rulli observes an “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” in the criminal justice system: Vice 

Assistant Prof. Sarin, newly appointed to the Biden Administration’s Treasury Department, has criticized the wealth tax: Washington Examiner 

Sherisse Laud-Hammond, the first Black woman to head Penn’s Women Center, recalls achievements of Sadie T.M. Alexander L’1927: 6ABC 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker offers insight into insurance lawsuits related to the pandemic: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Practice Prof. Lou Rulli observes an “enormous abuse of civil forfeiture” in the criminal justice system: Vice 

Prof. Coglianese: Agencies can propose new climate rules while anticipating a rise in the estimated social cost of carbon: Bloomberg Law 

Assistant Prof. Sarin, newly appointed to the Biden Administration’s Treasury Department, has criticized the wealth tax: Washington Examiner 

Sherisse Laud-Hammond, the first Black woman to head Penn’s Women Center, recalls achievements of Sadie T.M. Alexander L’1927: 6ABC 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker offers insight into insurance lawsuits related to the pandemic: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis writes commemorative piece, shares letter written to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: WAPPP Wire 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis authors “An Emergency for Women: The Global Gender Dimensions of the U.S. COVID-19 Strategy”: GIWPS 

Assistant Prof. Sarin to serve as Treasury Department’s deputy assistant secretary for economic policy in Biden Administration: Bloomberg 

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis writes commemorative piece, shares letter written to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: WAPPP Wire 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis authors “An Emergency for Women: The Global Gender Dimensions of the U.S. COVID-19 Strategy”: GIWPS 

Assistant Prof. Sarin to serve as Treasury Department’s deputy assistant secretary for economic policy in Biden Administration: Bloomberg 

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis writes commemorative piece, shares letter written to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: WAPPP Wire 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis authors “An Emergency for Women: The Global Gender Dimensions of the U.S. COVID-19 Strategy”: GIWPS 

Assistant Prof. Sarin to serve as Treasury Department’s deputy assistant secretary for economic policy in Biden Administration: Bloomberg 

Prof. Allen delivers keynote, “Privacy through an African American Lens,” at “Privacy at the Margins” conference: Silicon Flatirons 

Prof. Allen delivers keynote, “Privacy through an African American Lens,” at “Privacy at the Margins” conference: Silicon Flatirons 

Prof. Allen delivers keynote, “Privacy through an African American Lens,” at “Privacy at the Margins” conference: Silicon Flatirons 

Prof. deLisle suggests two divergent theories behind China’s current actions and policies concerning Hong Kong: Vox 

Prof. Feldman shares thoughts and experiences related to the triple disaster in Fukushima, Japan, 10 years later: Penn Today 

Prof. deLisle suggests two divergent theories behind China’s current actions and policies concerning Hong Kong: Vox 

Prof. Feldman shares thoughts and experiences related to the triple disaster in Fukushima, Japan, 10 years later: Penn Today 

Prof. deLisle suggests two divergent theories behind China’s current actions and policies concerning Hong Kong: Vox 

Prof. Feldman shares thoughts and experiences related to the triple disaster in Fukushima, Japan, 10 years later: Penn Today 

Prof. Hoffman’s study reveals a “nationalization of leases” that could be detrimental to tenants during pandemic: MarketWatch 

Law School event breaks down causes behind recent rise in anti-Asian discrimination: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows a “litigation tsunami” of pandemic-related business interruption cases: Law360 

Prof. Hoffman’s study reveals a “nationalization of leases” that could be detrimental to tenants during pandemic: MarketWatch 

Law School event breaks down causes behind recent rise in anti-Asian discrimination: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows a “litigation tsunami” of pandemic-related business interruption cases: Law360 

Prof. Hoffman’s study reveals a “nationalization of leases” that could be detrimental to tenants during pandemic: MarketWatch 

Law School event breaks down causes behind recent rise in anti-Asian discrimination: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Coglianese emphasizes continuous forward movement to achieve excellence in regulation: ANZSOG 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows a “litigation tsunami” of pandemic-related business interruption cases: Law360 

Prof. Hoffman’s study finds that illegal lease terms are increasingly common, especially for Black tenants: Axios 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker cited as parties gear up for next phase of pandemic-related lawsuits: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Hoffman’s study finds that illegal lease terms are increasingly common, especially for Black tenants: Axios 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker cited as parties gear up for next phase of pandemic-related lawsuits: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Hoffman’s study finds that illegal lease terms are increasingly common, especially for Black tenants: Axios 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker cited as parties gear up for next phase of pandemic-related lawsuits: Bloomberg Law 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s study reveals fighting bias not top concern of women legal professionals in China 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s study reveals fighting bias not top concern of women legal professionals in China 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s study reveals fighting bias not top concern of women legal professionals in China 

Visiting Prof. Rothman describes as “thorny” the law surrounding replacing The Simpsons’ unruly voice actors with AI: Wired 

Visiting Prof. Rothman describes as “thorny” the law surrounding replacing The Simpsons’ unruly voice actors with AI: Wired 

Visiting Prof. Rothman describes as “thorny” the law surrounding replacing The Simpsons’ unruly voice actors with AI: Wired 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows which insurance companies have been named the most in pandemic-related suits: Reuters 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows which insurance companies have been named the most in pandemic-related suits: Reuters 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows which insurance companies have been named the most in pandemic-related suits: Reuters 

Prof. Yoo delivers keynote presentation on lessons for the future digital transformation for all at the IIC conference: YouTube 

Prof. Sanchirico discusses recent tax research during seminar at University of Oxford: Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation 

Black Law Students Association reaches out to support diversity in the legal field: Penn Today 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker sheds light on future of pandemic coverage for sports industry: The New York Times 

Prof. Yoo delivers keynote presentation on lessons for the future digital transformation for all at the IIC conference: YouTube 

Prof. Sanchirico discusses recent tax research during seminar at University of Oxford: Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation 

Black Law Students Association reaches out to support diversity in the legal field: Penn Today 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker sheds light on future of pandemic coverage for sports industry: The New York Times 

Prof. Yoo delivers keynote presentation on lessons for the future digital transformation for all at the IIC conference: YouTube 

Prof. Sanchirico discusses recent tax research during seminar at University of Oxford: Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation 

Black Law Students Association reaches out to support diversity in the legal field: Penn Today 

Prof. Coglianese links progressives’ calls to use the Congressional Review Act to similar Republican claims in 2017: E&E News 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker sheds light on future of pandemic coverage for sports industry: The New York Times 

Celebrating Penn Law Firsts for Black History Month: Biddle Law Library 

Celebrating Penn Law Firsts for Black History Month: Biddle Law Library 

Celebrating Penn Law Firsts for Black History Month: Biddle Law Library 

Senior Fellow Rudovsky discusses structural causes of racism in policing at Penn virtual event: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Senior Fellow Rudovsky discusses structural causes of racism in policing at Penn virtual event: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Senior Fellow Rudovsky discusses structural causes of racism in policing at Penn virtual event: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis lays out the case for U.S. ratification of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 

Niki Ingram L’79 named first ever Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation: citybizlist 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis lays out the case for U.S. ratification of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 

Niki Ingram L’79 named first ever Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation: citybizlist 

Prof. de Silva de Alwis lays out the case for U.S. ratification of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 

Prof. Pollman’s Georgetown Law Journal article calls for investigation of in-depth securities fraud in private companies: CLS Blue Sky Blog 

Niki Ingram L’79 named first ever Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation: citybizlist 

Law School hosts webinar exploring current and future roles of artificial intelligence in the legal industry: Law.com 

Law School announces full tuition scholarship in honor of first black woman graduate, Sadie Alexander L’1927: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Assistant Prof. of Law Sarin’s article cited in support of Congressman Ro Khanna’s Stop CHEATERS Act: khanna.house.gov 

Law School hosts webinar exploring current and future roles of artificial intelligence in the legal industry: Law.com 

Law School announces full tuition scholarship in honor of first black woman graduate, Sadie Alexander L’1927: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Assistant Prof. of Law Sarin’s article cited in support of Congressman Ro Khanna’s Stop CHEATERS Act: khanna.house.gov 

Law School hosts webinar exploring current and future roles of artificial intelligence in the legal industry: Law.com 

Law School announces full tuition scholarship in honor of first black woman graduate, Sadie Alexander L’1927: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Assistant Prof. of Law Sarin’s article cited in support of Congressman Ro Khanna’s Stop CHEATERS Act: khanna.house.gov 

Premal Dharia L’03 joins Harvard Law as inaugural executive director of the Institute to End Mass Incarceration: Harvard Law Today 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial and the implications of his acquittal: WHYY Radio Times 

Prof. Burke-White’s report suggests strategies for U.S. re-engagement with international order: Brookings 

Prac. Prof. Rulli on the importance of public service & changes in legal system: Northwestern Undergrad. Law Journal Speaker Series 

Professor Roberts speaks at Penn’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Equity Symposium: Penn Today 

Premal Dharia L’03 joins Harvard Law as inaugural executive director of the Institute to End Mass Incarceration: Harvard Law Today 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial and the implications of his acquittal: WHYY Radio Times 

Prof. Burke-White’s report suggests strategies for U.S. re-engagement with international order: Brookings 

Prac. Prof. Rulli on the importance of public service & changes in legal system: Northwestern Undergrad. Law Journal Speaker Series 

Professor Roberts speaks at Penn’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Equity Symposium: Penn Today 

Premal Dharia L’03 joins Harvard Law as inaugural executive director of the Institute to End Mass Incarceration: Harvard Law Today 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial and the implications of his acquittal: WHYY Radio Times 

Prof. Burke-White’s report suggests strategies for U.S. re-engagement with international order: Brookings 

Prac. Prof. Rulli on the importance of public service & changes in legal system: Northwestern Undergrad. Law Journal Speaker Series 

Professor Roberts speaks at Penn’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Equity Symposium: Penn Today 

The Quattrone Center’s study of 7,000 police officers in Chicago shows nonwhite officers make fewer stops and use less force: Science 

Prof. Allison Hoffman isn’t surprised by the DOJ’s switch in position on the Affordable Care Act: insidehealthpolicy.com 

The Quattrone Center’s study of 7,000 police officers in Chicago shows nonwhite officers make fewer stops and use less force: Science 

Prof. Allison Hoffman isn’t surprised by the DOJ’s switch in position on the Affordable Care Act: insidehealthpolicy.com 

The Quattrone Center’s study of 7,000 police officers in Chicago shows nonwhite officers make fewer stops and use less force: Science 

Prof. Allison Hoffman isn’t surprised by the DOJ’s switch in position on the Affordable Care Act: insidehealthpolicy.com 

Professor Claire Finkelstein urges Senate to call witnesses to testify about Trump’s intentions on capitol riots: NBC News 

Professor Claire Finkelstein urges Senate to call witnesses to testify about Trump’s intentions on capitol riots: NBC News 

Professor Claire Finkelstein urges Senate to call witnesses to testify about Trump’s intentions on capitol riots: NBC News 

Practice Prof. Rulli calls for scrutiny of improper expenditure of forfeiture proceeds by local prosecutor offices: LancasterOnline 

Prof. Finkelstein says Trump’s allies in capitol riots could face federal and state prosecution: Newsweek 

Laura Edwards LLM’21 shares her expertise on the recent military coup in Myanmar: Penn Today 

Paul Haaga L’74, WG’74 and Dean Ruger publish op-ed on impeachment being a “nonpartisan imperative”: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Practice Prof. Rulli calls for scrutiny of improper expenditure of forfeiture proceeds by local prosecutor offices: LancasterOnline 

Prof. Finkelstein says Trump’s allies in capitol riots could face federal and state prosecution: Newsweek 

Laura Edwards LLM’21 shares her expertise on the recent military coup in Myanmar: Penn Today 

Paul Haaga L’74, WG’74 and Dean Ruger publish op-ed on impeachment being a “nonpartisan imperative”: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Practice Prof. Rulli calls for scrutiny of improper expenditure of forfeiture proceeds by local prosecutor offices: LancasterOnline 

Prof. Finkelstein says Trump’s allies in capitol riots could face federal and state prosecution: Newsweek 

Laura Edwards LLM’21 shares her expertise on the recent military coup in Myanmar: Penn Today 

Paul Haaga L’74, WG’74 and Dean Ruger publish op-ed on impeachment being a “nonpartisan imperative”: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein says criminal indictment of former President Trump very possible in the near future: ABC 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein says criminal indictment of former President Trump very possible in the near future: ABC 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein says criminal indictment of former President Trump very possible in the near future: ABC 

Prof. Burbank’s research shows why senior status is not appealing to judges and suggests need for incentives: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s impeachment from a criminal law perspective at World Mental Health Coalition panel: YouTube 

Prof. Allison Hoffman says high rates of COVID infection in nursing homes from chronic neglect of systematic problems: bigiftrue.org 

Penn Housing Rights Project’s defense of tenants facing eviction may help slow spread of COVID-19: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Burbank’s research shows why senior status is not appealing to judges and suggests need for incentives: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s impeachment from a criminal law perspective at World Mental Health Coalition panel: YouTube 

Prof. Allison Hoffman says high rates of COVID infection in nursing homes from chronic neglect of systematic problems: bigiftrue.org 

Penn Housing Rights Project’s defense of tenants facing eviction may help slow spread of COVID-19: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Burbank’s research shows why senior status is not appealing to judges and suggests need for incentives: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s impeachment from a criminal law perspective at World Mental Health Coalition panel: YouTube 

Prof. Allison Hoffman says high rates of COVID infection in nursing homes from chronic neglect of systematic problems: bigiftrue.org 

Penn Housing Rights Project’s defense of tenants facing eviction may help slow spread of COVID-19: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Sarin’s paper cited in support of imposing individual liability to deter corporate crimes: Grist 

Dana Dyer L’22 and Magali Duque, L’22 publish report on experiences of black women in the legal profession: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roberts criticizes NFL’s use of racially adjusted testing as basis for denying head injury claims by black former players: ABC 

Panel discussion of systemic issues in the family court and foster care systems during Public Interest Week at Penn Law: Law.com 

Professor Mayeri featured in podcast remembering the legacy of black queer legal scholar and poet Pauli Murray: WUNC.org 

Prof. Roberts probes historical context of contemporary African American hesitancy toward COVID vaccination: WebMD 

Prof. Sarin’s paper cited in support of imposing individual liability to deter corporate crimes: Grist 

Dana Dyer L’22 and Magali Duque, L’22 publish report on experiences of black women in the legal profession: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roberts criticizes NFL’s use of racially adjusted testing as basis for denying head injury claims by black former players: ABC 

Panel discussion of systemic issues in the family court and foster care systems during Public Interest Week at Penn Law: Law.com 

Professor Mayeri featured in podcast remembering the legacy of black queer legal scholar and poet Pauli Murray: WUNC.org 

Prof. Roberts probes historical context of contemporary African American hesitancy toward COVID vaccination: WebMD 

Prof. Sarin’s paper cited in support of imposing individual liability to deter corporate crimes: Grist 

Dana Dyer L’22 and Magali Duque, L’22 publish report on experiences of black women in the legal profession: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roberts criticizes NFL’s use of racially adjusted testing as basis for denying head injury claims by black former players: ABC 

Panel discussion of systemic issues in the family court and foster care systems during Public Interest Week at Penn Law: Law.com 

Professor Mayeri featured in podcast remembering the legacy of black queer legal scholar and poet Pauli Murray: WUNC.org 

Prof. Roberts probes historical context of contemporary African American hesitancy toward COVID vaccination: WebMD 

Prof. Fisch says demonization of both sides in GameStop situation reflects polarization in the markets: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Fisch points out key issues in lawsuits against Robinhood for GameStop trading ban: MarketWatch 

CERL releases report on critical climate change and national security issues with recommendations: Penn Today 

Professor Claire Finkelstein shares insights on Trump’s impeachment trial on Dan Abrams Show: siriusxm.com 

Prof. Fisch says demonization of both sides in GameStop situation reflects polarization in the markets: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Fisch points out key issues in lawsuits against Robinhood for GameStop trading ban: MarketWatch 

CERL releases report on critical climate change and national security issues with recommendations: Penn Today 

Professor Claire Finkelstein shares insights on Trump’s impeachment trial on Dan Abrams Show: siriusxm.com 

Prof. Fisch says demonization of both sides in GameStop situation reflects polarization in the markets: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Coglianese op-ed at The Hill quoted in support of criminal penalties for Flint water crisis: Grist 

Prof. Fisch points out key issues in lawsuits against Robinhood for GameStop trading ban: MarketWatch 

CERL releases report on critical climate change and national security issues with recommendations: Penn Today 

Professor Claire Finkelstein shares insights on Trump’s impeachment trial on Dan Abrams Show: siriusxm.com 

Prof. Coglianese explains how Biden administration could use extension to examine EPA’s science transparency rule: Bloomberg Law 

Professor Fisch says Robinhood’s latest move to stop people from buying Gamestop stock is highly unusual: Vice 

Prof. Fisch calls for strategic regulation in preparation for bursting stock market bubble: Bloomberg 

Prof. Hovenkamp argues in favor of antitrust remedies consistent with underlying principles of market competition: The Regulatory Review 

Take a look inside Biden’s Oval Office with Ashley Williams L’19, deputy director of Oval Office operations: The Washington Post 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis interviews Roza Otunbayeva, former President of Kyrgyzstan: Penn Law YouTube Channel 

Prof. Yoo speaks on SCOTUS’ jurisprudence regarding communications law doctrines: FSF YouTube 

Visiting Prof. of Law Rothman points out privacy concerns in Microsoft’s newly granted patent for individual-based chatbot: Gizmodo 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses the overarching powers of the executive branch and Congress’s inability to keep it in check: CS Monitor 

Prof. Coglianese discusses The Regulatory Review’s pathbreaking series, “Comparing Nations’ Responses to COVID-19”: A Hard Look 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes national responses to the COVID-19 pandemic: ABA Administrative Law Section on YouTube 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein explores the national security threat of climate change with CERL Fellow Xander Meise: Case in Point 

Prof. Skeel criticizes the NRA’s use of bankruptcy as a way of circumventing regulators in New York: The New York Times 

Prof. Baker predicts recent U.K. rulings on COVID-19 insurance claims may be factor in deciding U.S. cases: The Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Coglianese compares using the Congressional Review Act vs. legislation to reverse Trump-era rules: Yale Climate Connections 

Prof. Burbank reflects on the state of U.S. democracy: Penn Today 

Prof. Abrams shares findings that crime rates dropped overall during 2020, just as during the time of the Spanish Flu: Wired 

Prof. Coglianese explains how Democrats could use the Congressional Review Act to stop future enactment of Trump-era regulations: NBC News 

FPI Chief Innovation Officer Exec. Dir. Jen Leonard L’04 slated as professional services thought leader for Strategy Sphere podcast: Yahoo 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis on how allyship paves the way for overcoming women’s self-censorship: Legal Executive Institute 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses Parler’s antitrust lawsuit against Amazon: Wharton Business Daily 

Prof. Finkelstein examines whether bus companies could be held liable for attack on U.S. Capitol: Fox43 

Prof. Baker questions causation link in COVID-19 wrongful death suit against Original Philly Cheesesteak Co.: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Remembering the uncompromising politics of Sadie Alexander ED’1918, GR’1921, L’1927: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Practice Prof. Kosuri explains what Dept. of Labor’s new rule on independent contractors means for gig workers: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

The life and legacy of attorney and civil rights advocate Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander ED’1918, GR’1921, L’1927: Teen Vogue 

Prof. Finkelstein believes extraditing Trump from a foreign country would be “very complicated”: The Washington Times 

Prof. Roosevelt draws distinctions between lawmaker behaviors that could constitute ‘participating’ in Capitol attack: Roll Call 

Prof. Abrams believes ‘national explanations’ are more likely for pandemic crime surge than localized theories: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Finkelstein explains the potential consequences for Trump regarding violence at Capitol: The Globe and Mail 

Prof. Kreimer among civil rights attorneys who have sued Montgomery County Court for allegedly overcharging defendants: WHYY 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses potential repercussions of a possible second Trump impeachment: McClatchy 

Quattrone Center hosts Achieving Racial Justice webinar discussing police reforms with John Legend and Yusef Salaam: The Crime Report 

Prof. Coglianese calls unprecedented the Trump administration’s extensive use of an exception to accelerate midnight rules: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese on why Trump’s Secret Service protection probably wouldn’t end even with impeachment and conviction: FactCheck.org 

John Legend and Yusef Salaam call for criminal justice reform at Quattrone Center event: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Baker reports over 1,300 lawsuits against insurers who refuse to pay business interruption claims related to pandemic: Bloomberg 

Prof. Abrams observes crime spike in May and June when stay-at-home orders were lifted: AP 

Prof. Fisch considers both the normative and the legal case for appraisal waivers: Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance 

Prof. Yoo speaks at symposium on “Understanding the Lessons from the Pandemic: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff”: YouTube 

Prof. Kreimer notes “brazenness” of American officials in rejection of presidential election results: AP 

Prof. Baker explains the process of creating the COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker: The Hollywood Reporter 

Prof. deLisle observes that the possibility of a Cold War between the US and China is “no longer as remote” as it once was: TodayOnline 

Prof. Hovenkamp identifies weaknesses in Parler’s antitrust lawsuit against Amazon: The Washington Examiner 

Prof. Roberts co-authors piece on the role of medical schools in propagating physician bias: New England Journal of Medicine 

Prof. Coglianese explains extent of presidential authority over administrative agency leadership positions: E&E News 

Prof. Roberts writes on the debate surrounding ‘colourblind’ COVID-19 ventilator allocation: Journal of Medical Ethics 

Report by Profs. Coglianese and Sarin reveals truth about Trump Administration’s deregulation claims: The Hill 

Prof. Finkelstein calls floor objections to Pennsylvania’s electoral college votes “absolutely irresponsible”: NBC10 

Prof. Finkelstein places moral if not legal blame with Trump for protestors’ actions at Capitol: KYW 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses the history of the electoral college and how previous conflicts were handled: WHYY 

Prof. Roosevelt explains why invoking the 25th amendment is harder than pursuing impeachment of Trump: KYW 

Prof. Finkelstein shares her perspective on the Capitol attack and its effects on democracy: Penn Today 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses whether it’s likely that Trump will be removed from office: 6ABC 

Prof. Finkelstein speaks on the possibility of sedition charges against President Trump: CBS Philly 

Prof. Roosevelt explains significance of joint congressional session concerning Electoral College votes: ABC 7 News - WJLA 

Prof. Roberts argues for an end to race correction in medicine: The Lancet 

Report by Profs. Coglianese and Sarin cited on Trump’s overstated deregulation efforts: The Washington Post 

Prof. Baker’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker cited in discussion of insurance firms’ early victories in disputes: The Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Baker, CCLT cited as restaurant’s lawsuit against insurer sets tone in over 1,300 other cases nationwide: Bloomberg 

Judge rules against NYC Art Gallery pandemic loss insurance claim, Penn Law’s CCLT cited: Law360 

“It’s really uncharted territory,” Prof. Hoffman on mandatory COVID vaccinations, immunity certificates for businesses: Bloomberg 

Prof. Finkelstein shares tale of the first faithless elector in the Electoral College, Samuel Miles: NPR 

Chih McDermott L’22 analyzes family regulation vs. family support in federal child welfare legislation: Field Center Newsletter 

Penn Law brought 551 students to campus for a hybrid fall semester deemed a ‘success story’: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Yoo discusses the state of the digital divide: Nebraska Governance & Technology Center podcast 

Prof. Finkelstein views Trump’s legal efforts to question election results as part of larger GOP strategy: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. Roosevelt offers prediction regarding Trump’s pending election lawsuits: Politifact 

Prof. Hovenkamp questions strength of antitrust case against Facebook based on market share numbers alone: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein expresses concern that post-election ‘litigation terrorism’ will become the norm: KYW Newsradio 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses potential remaining avenues of Republican-led Electoral College obstruction: MarketWatch 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker cited in analysis of Major League Baseball lawsuits over the word ‘or’: Sportico 

Prof. Allison Hoffman cautions that employers wishing to require COVID-19 vaccine may face legal challenges: The Hill 

Lecturer in Law Neil Makhija calls Trump’s outstanding lawsuits ‘all a show’: NBC10 

Prof. Roberts’ book ‘Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-Create Race in the Twenty-First Century’ cited: Science Mag 

Prof. Roosevelt analyzes Trump’s ‘stress test’ for the Constitution and political system more broadly: The Dan Abrams Show 

Prof. Roosevelt explains how the pardon process works and why it exists in the first place: Penn Today 

Prof. Allison Hoffman factchecks Sen. Loeffler’s health care plan as lacking adequate protects for pre-existing conditions: Politifact 

Prof. Hamermesh predicts that Mirae decision “likely will provide a strong basis for other attempts to torpedo deals”: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese named as among few experts qualified to lead White House regulatory office in new administration: Bloomberg Law 

Law School Fellow Judge Stephanos Bibas pens Third Circuit opinion striking down Trump challenge to PA election results: New York Times 

Prof. Roosevelt explores President Trump’s failed legal efforts to contest PA election results: WHYY 

Prof. Hovenkamp explains what the government’s antitrust complaint against Facebook will probably look like: Forbes 

Prof. Baker discusses travel insurance’s role during a pandemic in which people aren’t able to travel: Bloomberg Law 

As COVID-19 exacerbates financial insecurity, our law students offer pro bono legal assistance: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Sarin points President-Elect Biden in the direction of where to find $1 trillion in tax revenue: Bloomberg Opinion Radio 

Prof. Finkelstein shares thoughts on Trump’s legal tactics to stay in office: WHYY Radio Times 

Prof. Galbraith asserts that President-Elect Biden could unilaterally rejoin Open Skies Treaty: Daily Kos 

Scott L. Bok C’81, W’81, L’84 discusses Penn’s spring plans and refusal to divest from fossil fuels: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Transnational Legal Clinic Director Sarah Paoletti expresses hope that abuse of detained immigrants will finally be addressed: Al Jazeera 

Prof. Finkelstein files ethics complaint against Sen. Lindsey Graham over call with Georgia election official: USA Today 

Prof. Austin cited in yearlong series from Duke Law, “Race in the 1L Curriculum”: Duke Law News 

Scott L. Bok C’81, W’81, L’84 to become chair of Penn Board of Trustees, replacing David Cohen L’81 

Prof. Hoffman and other law experts break down what the Affordable Care Act means for families in 2020: Parents 

“I don’t think Giuliani performed very well”: Prof. Roosevelt on Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s PA election challenge: Washington Times 

“Both sides are taking a risk”: Prof. Hamermesh on Simon-Taubman mall buyout dispute heading to trial: Bloomberg 

CTIC report cited in commentary against a nationalized 5G network: Reason Foundation 

New report by Profs. Coglianese and Sarin examines the Trump Administration’s deregulatory track record: NR 

Prof. Roberts advocates Commission on Human Rights investigating racial bias in hospital drug tests of new mothers: The Imprint 

“That is a bad sign” : Prof. Roosevelt on Pennsylvania Trump campaign election challenges: USA Today 

Pa. election lawsuit has “little chance of succeeding”: Prof. Roosevelt cited in Porter Wright’s withdrawal: Forbes 

Prof. Roosevelt cautions that lawsuits alleging isolated incidents of voter fraud don’t overturn elections: The Washington Times 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explains the possible future of the ACA in light of the pending SCOTUS challenge: WHYY 

New paper by Profs. Coglianese and Sarin finds Trump administration’s deregulation efforts to be overblown: Government Executive 

Prof. Allison Hoffman shares perspective on how to make sure the health care system works for all: Bloomberg 

Prof. deLisle warns that President-Elect Biden has an uphill battle in mending China relations: Express 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Litigation Tracker cited in dentist’s case against insurer over alleged property damage because of pandemic: Law360 

Prof. Finkelstein skeptical that Kayleigh McEnany avoided Hatch Act violations: AP 

Prof. Finck’s work cited as wraparound services program gains traction for Philadelphia welfare system: Kensington Voice 

Prof. Allison Hoffman envisions upcoming SCOTUS decision on ACA having ‘little to no impact on the ground’: Vice 

Prof. Coglianese describes ubiquity of ‘unrules’ and how regulatory law could better reduce their risks: Arbitrary & Capricious podcast 

Prof. Coglianese predicts what Trump’s final deregulatory push might look like: Science Magazine 

The era of “constructive engagement” is over: Prof. deLisle on U.S. - Beijing relationship after Trump: Newsweek 

Chair of Law School’s Board of Overseers Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 named one of 76 most influential people in Philly: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on the chances of success of Trump’s election lawsuit in Pennsylvania: USA Today 

Prof. Roosevelt explains electoral college and why the United States uses it: Penn Today 

Prof. Hoffman offers perspective on future of the ACA, including upcoming SCOTUS case: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Allison Hoffman outlines what a Biden presidency could mean for health care law and the ACA: MarketWatch 

Quattrone Center Research Fellow Asli Bashir calls PA’s sentencing risk-assessment reform ‘misguided’: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Roosevelt explains Pennsylvania laws concerning ballot counting: WVEC 

Lecturer in Law Neil Makhija explains Biden-Harris’ caution in declaring early victory: 6ABC 

How Mary Gay Scanlon L’84, Matt Cartwright L’86, and Conor Lamb C’06 L’09 are faring in their respective elections: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roosevelt joins other legal scholar signatories in emphasizing importance of counting every vote: American Constitution Society 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses President Trump’s lawsuits concerning Pennsylvania votes: Reporterre 

Michael Smerconish L’87 hosts “Won’t Get Fooled Again?: Explaining Donald Trump’s Improbable 2016 Victory and Whether it Will Happen Again” 

Prof. Roosevelt explains the electoral college and why the United States uses it: Penn Today 

Prof. Finkelstein breaks down the legal challenges looming in battleground states: CNBC 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses what happens to the votes of faithless electors: USA Today 

Leading scholars address the ways in which racism pervades the modern administrative state and legal profession: The Regulatory Review 

Michael Smerconish L’87 presentation inspires further research into the connection between shopping and voting: econlife 

Prof. Sarin refutes idea that President Trump was a “Deregulator in Chief”: Bloomberg Opinion 

Law students at the forefront of election protection efforts in Pennsylvania: Penn Today 

What are regulatory ‘unrules’ and what consequences can they pose for federal regulatory law? Prof. Coglianese’s op-ed explains: Fortune 

Research by Profs. Coglianese and Sarin reveals that Trump’s claims of sweeping deregulation ring false: The Volokh Conspiracy 

Prof. Coglianese explains how claims about Trump’s environmental deregulation overlook what regulation remains: E&E News 

Distinguished Fellow Strine proposes most important things business community can do to improve racial equality: CLS Blue Sky Blog 

Prof. Baker’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker cited in piece on whether insurers should have to compensate businesses: Bloomberg 

Prof. deLisle lays out why China’s preferences in the 2020 presidential election are complicated: Foreign Policy Research Institute 

Prof. Morse makes case for court-supervised outpatient mental health care in the patient’s own community: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. deLisle identifies what China might like about each presidential candidate: Newsweek 

Ben Jealous, Blair Bowie L’17, Deuel Ross L’09, and Jason Abel L’03 discuss voting rights historically and during the pandemic: YouTube 

Senior Fellow David Rudovsky places reactions to Walter Wallace Jr. shooting in Philadelphia in societal context: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses why elections are contested: Scripps National News 

Prof. Coglianese argues that AI could correct issues in regulatory decision-making but also pose new challenges: The American Spectator 

Distinguished Fellow Strine discusses use of regulation to ensure effective stewardship by institutional investors: CLS Blue Sky Blog 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses Affordable Care Act and upcoming SCOTUS hearing on constitutionality of individual mandate: Bloomberg 

Prof. Finkelstein files complaint asking DOJ to investigate Trump for violating criminal provisions of Hatch Act: The Washington Post 

Penn Law Student helps reporter find migrant laborer mistakenly declared dead in Saudi Arabia: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Fisch says Google parent company’s move to majority voting is response to shareholder’s call for more accountability: Bloomberg 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows filings equivalent to one major hurricane each month: The National Law Review 

Chair of Law School’s Board of Overseers Osagie Imosagie LLM’85 named one of 76 most influential people in Philadelphia: Philly Mag 

CERL report calls for House to begin formal impeachment inquiry into the conduct of Attorney General William Barr: Just Security 

Prof. deLisle discusses what relations with China might be like depending on which presidential candidate wins: The Guardian 

Chair of Board of Overseers Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 shares his thoughts on the escalating unrest in Nigeria: Penn Today 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker notes first ruling in favor of policyholders in NC: Insurance Journal 

Prof. Hovenkamp says the Dept. of Justice has narrow but strong case against Google under existing antitrust laws: The New York Times 

Prof. Sarin calls for tax transparency and reconciling of discrepancies between “book” and taxable incomes: The Washington Post 

Prof. Burbank discusses effects of ideology, race, and gender on voting behavior of federal appellate judges: Youtube 

ML candidate Kenneth Zuckerberg says agriculture economies more globally interdependent than ever: AgriBusiness Global 

Prof. Ossei-Owusu advises minority law students on how to handle the ‘intellectual violence’ in unprecedented times: ABA Journal 

Prof. Hovenkamp says Google antitrust lawsuit will have little impact on everyday Google users: The Washington Post 

Prof. Yoo believes Google’s market position is largely because of consumers’ preference for a better product: USA Today 

Prof. Hovenkamp says antitrust case against big tech is challenging as they do not charge consumers high prices: Salon 

Provost Pritchett co-edits new book that presents fair housing as one of the foremost issues facing the U.S.: Penn Today 

Prof. Yoo says grouping firms together when addressing antitrust issues invites confusion and may not benefit consumers: The Hill 

Prof. Hovenkamp says restrictions on acquisitions of startups is a good remedy against monopolies by large companies: BNN Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese notes that SCOTUS ruling to cut short census is in line with historical deference to federal agencies: The New York Times 

Prof. Finkelstein op-ed calls rush to confirm Barrett ‘undignified exercise in McConnellian power politics’: Newsweek 

Prof. Hovenkamp expresses support for restrictions on acquisitions of startups in antitrust legislation proposal: Bloomberg 

Tracking insurance litigation in the age of COVID-19 with Prof. Baker: Case in Point 

Marking the 10th anniversary of The Regulatory Review, Prof. Coglianese lauds the inspirational students behind the content 

Prof. Yoo discusses his project 1 World Connected and how internet connectivity saves lives: Case in Point 

Data from Prof. Abrams’ website shows an average 5% increase in homicides at city level, but still at historic lows: Freakonomics 

Prof. Finkelstein’s forthcoming report criticizes Attorney General Bill Barr for ethics violations: The Washington Post 

Data from Prof. Abrams’ website demonstrates unusual pattern in crime trends amidst the pandemic: The New York Times 

Prof. Sarin’s stresses the importance of adequate funding of the IRS to ensure tax compliance by the richest: The New York Times 

Updates on CTIC’s 1 World Connected project, which seeks to connect underserved communities to the internet: 1 World Connected Newsletter 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows 1,100 business interruption suits have been filed: Claims Journal 

Prof. Hovenkamp’s new paper offers solutions for addressing issues of antitrust and platform monopoly: Law Professor Blogs Network 

Penn Carey Law receives $50 million donation to support future public interest law scholars: Philanthropy News Digest 

Prof. Sarin calls for adequate staffing of the IRS to hold the rich accountable for their taxes: Bloomberg 

Practice Prof. Rulli criticizes PA state troopers’ practice of civil forfeiture as it disproportionately affects POC: PennLive.com 

Prof. Sarin’s study suggests more funding for the IRS could recover $1 trillion in unpaid taxes from the rich: AP News 

Prof. Roberts discusses history of racist practices in science and medicine and possible solutions: Science Rules! with Bill Nye 

Prof. deLisle discusses future of US-China relations as tensions grow between the two countries during unprecedented times: YouTube 

Four women Penn Law students reflect on Justice Ginsburg’s influence on the advancement of women in the legal profession 

Prof. Hovenkamp traces antitrust law’s role as residual regulator in series commemorating 10th anniversary of The Regulatory Review 

Historic $50 million gift from Robert and Jane Toll Foundation expand full and partial public interest scholarships: Law.com 

Prof. Sarin’s call for increased tax enforcement funding well founded in light of President Trump’s tiny tax bill: Slate 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine cites eyewitness misidentification as common factor in wrongful convictions 

Prof. Roosevelt predicts how appeal of PA Superior Court decision calling PLCAA unconstitutional would go: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Sarin’s estimates of potential revenue through increased tax compliance efforts compared with CBO estimates: Tax Policy Center 

Prof. Abrams’ finding of homicide increase from May to June cited in discussion of protests’ potential impact on crime: Vox 

Prof. Hovenkamp questions whether governmental efforts to break up big tech firms are warranted: Foreign Policy 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows over 400 lawsuits filed by food businesses nationwide: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Coglianese considers approaches Amy Coney Barrett might take on environmental regulation: E&E News 

Sarah Byrne L’21 reflects on her summer class in lockdown and shares advice for 1Ls 

Honoring The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars & top policymakers share ideas on regulation’s past, present, & future 

Prof. Coglianese explains that ending census collection early to leave out immigrants would be illegal: The New York Times 

Prof. Allison Hoffman criticizes Republican proposals as severely lacking protections ACA currently provides: PolitiFact 

Prof. Abrams explains why pinpointing factors that have driven up murders during COVID-19 pandemic is complicated: Vox 

Prof. Baker explains why COVID-19 immunity legislation is unnecessary: Balkinization 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows over 1,000 business interruption suits related to pandemic: Carrier Management 

Prof. deLisle discusses Penn’s newly launched Project on the Future of US-China Relations: Penn Today 

SEC Chairman Jay Clayton and Director Stephanie Avakian speak on SEC’s enforcement program at the Law School: Law 360 

Prof. Baker’s COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker shows over 1,000 COVID-related suits filed against insurers in US so far: S&P Global 

Prof. deLisle explores US-China rivalry as leaders prepare to address the UN General Assembly: South China Morning Post 

ILE Executive Director Larry Hamermesh comments on LVMH and Tiffany’s acquisition dispute: Business LIVE 

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis writes commemorative piece, shares letter written to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: WAPPP Wire 

Prof. Roberts comments on reproductive control in U.S. policy in light of ICE’s forced sterilization of detainees: The New Republic 

Prof. David Abrams discusses effects of coronavirus pandemic on crime in recent podcast: 1A 

Prof. Fisch discusses LVMH’s potential litigation strategies as it tries to walk away from acquiring Tiffany & Co: Reuters 

Prof. Mayeri op-ed on death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who “made the impossible look easy”: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Sanjay Jolly L’21 expresses concern over possible third Trump nominee to SCOTUS after Justice Ginsburg’s death: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Lecturer in Law Christina Fournaris discusses the importance of estate planning during the coronavirus pandemic: Penn Today 

Shira Perlmutter, L’83, named by Library of Congress as the 14th U.S. Register of Copyrights: USPTO 

Prof. Roberts analyzes the practice of race adjustments in the medical field: Consumer Reports 

Prof. Coglianese helps clarify whether the EPA moved funds illegally: Bloomberg Law 

Data from Penn Law’s COVID Coverage Litigation Trackers shows restaurant industry suffered major impact from pandemic: Yahoo News 

Social justice activist Sarah Pitts L’12 remembered for her willingness to help others: Billy Penn 

Distinguished Fellow Leo Strine calls for reversal of Milton Friedman paradigm 50 years after seminal essay: The New York Times 

Kalpana Kotagal L’05 talks about her role as the lawyer behind Hollywood’s inclusion rider: Above the Law 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine emphasizes importance of recognizing systemic failure of criminal justice system 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes how presidential rhetoric concerning SCOTUS decisions threatens judicial system legitimacy: The Regulatory Review 

Prof Roberts encourages students to share perspectives with Penn Public Safety Review and Outreach Initiative: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roberts discusses race-based medicine and structural racism in scientific research: VICE News 

Ed Dandridge L’89 named top communications executive by Boeing: Philadelphia Business Journal 

Prof. Coglianese explains political nature of Trump’s order that agencies update regulatory and adjudication practices: Bloomberg Law 

Distinguished Fellow Leo Strine writes on shift from shareholder primacy to social responsibility as focus of corporations: Fortune 

Prof. Yoo notes that not only students but also teachers and school administrators need high level of Internet connectivity: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese’s scholarship on effectiveness of voluntary environmental programs cited in EPA emission standards rule: Federal Register 

Prof. Dorothy Roberts calls for comments to help Penn Public Safety Review and Outreach Initiative: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Edward Grigg LLM’20 reflects on the importance of legal documents in the field of impact investing: Wharton Social Impact Initiative 

Quattrone Center report finds that mental health diversion court could benefit both defendants and public safety 

Sonali Parikh L’21 and Lynnewood Shafer L’21 discuss their virtual summers 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein files complaint against Pompeo’s speech in Jerusalem: The New York Times 

Prof. David Abrams explains why focusing on crime data over short time frames may be misleading: AP News 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein criticizes Pompeo’s speech in Jerusalem for violating the Hatch Act: Newsweek 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein files complaint against Sec. of State Pompeo’s Jerusalem speech, alleging violation of Hatch Act: AP News 

Prof. Wolff discusses Trump administration’s COVID-19 policies’ devastating effects on immigrants: NBC News 

Quattrone Center Executive Director John Hollway to speak at virtual panel on racial equality hosted by Senator Anthony H. Williams 

Prof. Burbank comments on effects of President Trump’s appointees at the district court level: The Piscataquis Observer 

Prof. Austin calls for increased protection against COVID-19 for prisoners: PennLive 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan explains insinuation anxiety amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Insight 

Prof. Baker’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker finds more than 1,000 business interruption lawsuits filed since March: Chicago Tribune 

Prof. David Hoffman explains why students hoping to escape consequences of broken leases face challenges: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Neil Makhija emphasizes importance of Kamala Harris’s South Asian heritage, especially for U.S. foreign policy: The Business Standard 

“Reimagining Legal Technology,” Law School webinar on systemic changes that must accompany tech investments, featured: Law.com 

Prof. Coglianese clarifies federal housing regulations vis-à-vis suburbs in response to Trump’s erroneous claims: Business Insider 

Prof. Abrams’ data suggests pandemic might not be to blame for recent surge in violence in U.S. cities: The Crime Report 

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold L’11 calls for states to join the move to mail-in voting: CNN 

Prof. Wolff discusses Trump administration’s COVID-19 policies’ devastating effects on immigrants: NBC News 

Prof. Baker’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker aggregates important information about business interruption cases: Daily Fintech 

Prof. Coglianese’s new paper explores why populists find it attractive to blame the law for social conditions that drive public anger 

Will the President’s tweets about SCOTUS decisions dampen public legitimacy of the law? Prof. Coglianese explains: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Hoffman comments on GOP’s proposed bill for liability shield on COVID-related medical malpractice suits: The Washington Post 

Data from Prof. Abrams’ website suggests COVID-19 lockdowns may not be the cause for murder spike in Kansas City: The New York Times 

Carrie Burnham Kilgore, first woman to graduate from Penn Law, featured for her efforts towards women’s voting rights: Radio.com 

Prof. Hoffman says employers can require COVID-19 testing: KYW Radio News 

Law School webinar “Reimagining Legal Operations” examined changing corporate legal ecosystem in light of COVID-19 crisis: Law.com 

Prof. Coglianese refutes Trump’s claims about what fair housing regulation requires of suburbs: FactCheck.org 

Profs. Wilkinson-Ryan and Hoffman dive into contract cases to explore potential court decisions during COVID-19: Promises Promises 

Prof. deLisle participates in Penn Program on Regulation panel discussion on national responses to COVID-19 crisis 

Prof. Hovenkamp explains why Microsoft’s acquisition of TikTok may not trigger anticompetitive investigations: The Washington Post 

Does Google have a monopoly on search traffic? Prof. Hovenkamp provides clarity: Bloomberg 

Law School’s integral role in PA 30 Day Fund helping small businesses during COVID-19 crisis: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Burbank talks about Elizabeth Warren’s efforts towards racial justice: The New York Times 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan emphasizes the importance of leadership in pandemic response: Yahoo Sports 

Prof. Baker discusses surge in business interruption coverage filings due to COVID: Insurance Journal 

Data from Prof. David Abrams’ website shows an increase in homicides in major U.S. cities from May to June: Vox 

Prof. Klick’s new piece calls for hiring of more police as they help reduce crime: City Journal 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis leads research team on institutional allyship as partial fix for sexual harassment: Thomson Reuter 

Prof. David Hoffman’s new paper shows existing law offers little guidance on contract breaches during a pandemic: Forbes 

General Votel and Professor Finkelstein discuss the necessity of an apolitical American military: Case in Point 

Engineering and law students have built accessible tech projects to help underserved communities in Philadelphia: Technical.ly Philly 

Prof. Robinson argues Black Lives Matter movement has forgotten lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King regarding nonviolent protest: Newsweek 

Data from Prof. Abrams’ new website shows reduced crime rates amid COVID-19 pandemic: The Economist 

Prof. Allison Hoffman proposes an employer-focused public option for health care coverage: The Hill 

The Regulatory Review publishes annual series of essays on regulatory cases at the Supreme Court: SCOTUSblog 

Prof. Coglianese assesses the significance of the Trump Administration’s deregulation efforts: AP 

FPI Executive Director Jennifer Leonard L’04 discusses how the pandemic has transformed the legal industry: ABA Journal 

Prof. Roberts on racism in healthcare and its implications during COVID-19 pandemic: Marketplace 

Prof. Yoo featured in podcast debate on Broadband For All, the internet as a public utility: Intelligence Squared U.S. 

Quattrone Center Exec Director John Hollway discusses effects of federal troops on protests and if they could be sent to Philadelphia 

Prof. Abrams discusses his research tracking crimes during the COVID-19 pandemic: Voice of America 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on European regulation of anti-competitive behavior after complaint filed against Microsoft: The Washington Post 

Data from Professor David Abrams’ new website provides insight regarding COVID-19’s effect on crime rates in major U.S. cities: Newsweek 

Prof. Abrams’ new report shows dropping crime rates across the U.S. amid coronavirus pandemic: McClatchy Washington Bureau 

Prof. Roberts speaks on systemic racism in medicine: Elle.com 

Did a recent SCOTUS ruling increase Presidential power? Prof. Coglianese explains why it did not: Politifact 

Prof. Hoffman discusses likelihood of a ‘repeal and replace’ of the Affordable Care Act this year: Politifact 

Prof. Robinson explores issues surrounding high acquittal rate of police officers in questionable situations: The Hill 

Quattrone Center’s research on different models of prosecutor’s offices around the country cited: The Crime Report 

Prof. Abrams’ website and research on crime statistics during COVID-19 cited: The Crime Report 

Raul Martinez WG’19 ML’19 shares his experiences of pursuing three graduate degrees simultaneously: UC Santa Barbara Alumni Spotlight 

Lavi M. Ben Dor L’20 discusses the pandemic’s effect on the Supreme Court’s “shadow docket” 

Professor David Abrams creates innovative website monitoring crime rates in major U.S. cities: NPR 

Professor Stephen Burbank discusses strategies of “judicial politics” in America: Mandiner 

Prof. Coglianese explains how companies could defraud the government to illegally receive PPP loans: Fox 43 

Professor Paul Robinson offers opinion on movement to “defund” the police: Newsweek 

Prof. Coglianese joins a Washington College of Law podcast to discuss coronavirus and comparative administrative law 

Prof. Coglianese examines possible uses of AI in government and whether society should embrace it: Administrative Conference of the U.S 

Why is the SCOTUS ruling on Trump v. Vance so important? Prof. Finkelstein’s new co-authored op-ed explains: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Abrams comments on crime trends, noting that certain types of violent crime remain unaffected by COVID-19: SF Chronicle 

Michal Gilad LLM’11 SJD’19 examines why online child exploitation rates are doubling during COVID-19: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Coglianese’s research finding no significant impact of regulation on coal industry’s demise cited in op-ed: Lexington Herald-Leader 

Prof. David Hoffman discusses COVID-19’s impact on contracts as wedding industry hit by COVID-19 refund litigation: Yahoo News 

FT Hackathon project by led by Rangita de Silva de Alwis facilitates partnership expanding access to education in Zimbabwe: Financial Times 

Prof. Baker discusses potential ripple effect of state court decisions favoring insurers in COVID-19-related cases: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Abrams discusses his trove of empirical data on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on crime in the U.S.: Brian Ross Investigates 

Law School hosts Structural Frustrations: Challenges to Implementing Change moderated by Quattrone Center’s John Hollway: Penn Today 

Professor Hovenkamp offers insight as tech’s Big Four about to testify before Congress: MarketWatch 

Clark Edmond L’19 discusses navigating the art industry as a Black creative and her new art platform Crate Gallery: L’Officiel USA 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan’s Atlantic article cited regarding risk calculation and individual decision-making concerning COVID-19: Men’s Health 

Prof. Hoffman urges nursing homes to consider re-allowing visitors for benefit of residents in op-ed: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein explains how recent SCOTUS decisions were ‘powerful, non-partisan demonstration of the rule of law’: Washington Examiner 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan discusses blame, decision-making, and availability bias in the context of COVID-19 precautions: WHYY 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan’s article cited to support argument that New York should rethink its opening plans: City & State 

Prof. Finkelstein explains what could happen next after SCOTUS’ rejection of President Trump’s ‘absolute immunity’ argument: ABC News 

Prof. Yoo discusses impact of COVID-19 quarantine on net neutrality and strategies for bridging digital divide: Hudson Institute 

Prof. Dorothy Roberts and Quattrone Center’s John Hollway and Paul Heaton to lead Penn public safety review and outreach initiative 

Among Top 14 law schools, Penn Law has the highest percentage of minority faculty at 19.92%: Chicago Sun-Times 

Prof. Robinson’s op-ed examines why current social dynamics are so divisive: Newsweek 

Tara Elliott L’03 discusses women, influence, and power in law in the context of racial injustice: Law.com 

Demisse Habteselasie L’21 advocates for constitutional amendment for voting procedures: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan’s article explaining where Americans’ disgust over COVID-19 precautions should be directed is cited: Yahoo News 

Sigal Mandelker L’00, former Treasury under secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, joins Bitcoin Investigation firm: Forbes 

DACA student Gustavo Cardona L’20 hopes to make an impact on U.S. immigration policies: The Reporter 

Is corporate criminal punishment just another cost of doing business? Prof. Sarin explains: The Reg Review 

2Ls Meghan Downey and Adam Garnick explain Supreme Court’s DACA decision: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Coglianese summarizes key lessons from extensive essay series covering nations’ response to COVID-19: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan examines complex decision-making facing individuals as the country reopens amid COVID-19: The Atlantic 

Prof. Tom Baker examines COVID-19 risk waivers: WGN Radio 

Prof. Jill Fisch explains why the SCOTUS ruling on Seila Law LLC v. CFPB could be seen as a compromise: Bloomberg 

Toll Fellow Maya Reddy L’22 discusses ways that golf courses can become an inclusive space for the LGBTQ community: Golf Digest 

Prof. Skeel’s new article discusses bankruptcy in the time of COVID-19: Brookings 

In a new essay, Prof. deLisle examines why China’s administrative state is both a blessing and a curse: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. deLisle comments on background and vagueness of China’s Hong Kong National Security Law: NPR 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses what fact-checking Joe Biden’s claim about cannon ownership during the Revolutionary War would require: Politifact 

Prof. Burbank says President Trump diverged from diversity trend in his federal judiciary appointee selections: The Hill 

Sharswood Fellow Bridget A. Fahey begins building a treaty law for American federalism: Yale Law Journal 

Prof. Coglianese argues that Trump contravenes fundamental fairness by applying political pressure on prosecutors: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Coglianese sees doubts about the future of federal agency independence post-SCOTUS CFPB ruling: Law360 

How is civil unrest making prosecutions difficult? Prof. Robinson explains: Crime Report 

Prof. Roberts emphasizes important role visitation plays in getting child back from foster care: Injustice Watch 

Prof. deLisle calls detention of Canadians in China spying case “extraordinarily long” and politically motivated: CBC 

Assistant Prof. Sarin explains how the Fed just bungled its bank stress tests in op-ed: Bloomberg 

Prof. Robinson’s 4 archetypes of post-offense behavior that should be used to reward redemption cited: The Crime Report 

Prof. Mayeri explains the feminist strategy behind including the sex amendment in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Forbes 

Black Pre-Law Association compiles courses and resources for allies, Black students: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Fisch discusses SCOTUS decision limiting SEC power to recoup illegal profits from wrongdoers: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese says the Presidency scores a win over Congress in SCOTUS decision in CFPB case: ABC 

Prof. Robinson’s op-ed discusses how protests condemning police violence could lead to the demonization of officers: Newsweek 

Prof. Blackhawk discusses upcoming SCOTUS ruling surrounding relations between Native Americans and federal law enforcement: WHYY 

The Law School’s recent webinar on reimagining the role of police cited in the argument for prison abolition: Crime Report 

Prof. Paoletti explains that DACA case’s central issue is the extent of executive authority: Polygraph.info 

Quattrone Center to review Penn’s Division of Public Safety’s programs using data-driven approach: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Master in Law program summer enrollment has doubled: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Sarin co-authors op-ed encouraging IRS to aggressively pursue high-income non-filers: The Washington Post 

Prof. Roosevelt speaks about the removal of the statue of his great-great-grandfather at the American Museum of Natural History: 6ABC 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Trump’s firing of U.S. Attorney for SDNY Geoffrey Berman and obstruction of justice: The Hill 

Prof. Finkelstein co-authors op-ed on how the ‘Friday Night Massacre’ will come crashing down on Attorney General Barr: Newsweek 

Prof. Robinson examines the movement to defund the police through the lens of 1960s communes: USA Today 

Prof. Coglianese emphasizes role of longstanding administrative law principles in recent DACA decision by SCOTUS: Bloomberg Law 

Almitra Gupta LLM’19 discusses her time at the Law School, Entrepreneurship Clinic, and Professors Fisch and Skeel: Amicus Partners 

Prof. Baker discusses why waivers are effective even if not legally binding in context of COVID-19 liability waivers: The Hill 

Prof. Finkelstein implores Attorney General Barr to testify before Congress or resign: Newsweek 

Prof. Paoletti lays out what DHS should do next in light of Supreme Court decision keeping DACA program alive: Voice of America 

Prof. Abrams expounds upon what the movement to defund the police is centered on: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Wolff speaks to broader implications of SCOTUS Title VII decision on interpretation of other federal statutes: PA Post 

Prof. Burke-White writes about danger of Trump’s new sanctions on International Criminal Court and human rights defenders: Brookings 

University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School posts highest employment rate at 99.2% for Class of 2019: The National Jurist 

Prof. Skeel questions Hertz’s equity raise in the midst of its bankruptcy: Financial Times 

Prof. Baker discusses the focus his database of COVID-19 related insurance coverage cases: Reuters 

Prof. Rudovsky speaks on the efficacy of Philadelphia’s controversial stop and frisk policing policy: NBC10 

Quattrone Center Academic Director Paul Heaton discusses momentum of movement to end cash bail: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Wolff calls Title VII decision “a major milestone in LGBTQ rights”: The Morning Call 

CERL Executive Board Member Ret. Army Gen. Joseph Votel discusses military’s role in civil unrest amid protests: Voice of America 

Prof. Yoo speaks to Wilson, NC’s experience as its own Internet provider: NPR 

Prof. Tulante pens op-ed about having The Talk with black children about interacting with the police: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Rudovsky outlines police reform plan that includes disinvesting in police, investing in social services: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Quattrone Center study on effect of pretrial detention on court outcomes cited in support of bail system reform: NBC News 

CERL board member Ret. Army Gen. Joseph Votel offers perspective on removal of confederate names from military bases: CNN 

Michal Gilad SJD ’19 urges social accountability to prevent child abuse as COVID-19 restrictions ease: NY Daily News 

Prof. Abrams offers four commonsense ideas for police reform: Case in Point 

Prof. Austin interviews Defender Association of Philadelphia about administering services during the pandemic: Case in Point 

CERL board member Retired Army Gen. Joseph Votel expresses concern about the apparent politicization of the military: USA Today 

Prof. Roberts’ ‘Killing the Black Body’ featured on list of books by black authors on identity, justice, and love: MindBodyGreen 

CERL board member Retired Army Gen. Joseph Votel advocates for an apolitical military: The Cipher Brief 

Neil Makhija offers perspective on PA legislature’s attempts to end Gov. Wolf’s coronavirus-related emergency declaration: Penn Live 

Prof. Hamermesh explores how court may approach issue of material adverse effect in Taubman Mall Buyout case: Bloomberg 

CERL board member Ret. Army Gen. Joseph Vogel’s perspective on president’s handling of protests is analyzed: Just Security 

Prof. Abrams offers four commonsense ways to reform America’s police: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese explains how President Trump’s forceful response to police violence and protests undermines governmental legitimacy 

What should you do if you’re arrested during a protest in Philadelphia? Prof. Rudovsky has some answers: Philadelphia Inquirer 

CERL Fellow Alexandra Meise provides perspective on judge’s allowance of amicus briefs in Flynn case: ABC6 

Prof. Tulante reflects upon need for non-people of color to recognize privilege in fight against racism: The American Lawyer 

Prof. Austin explains effect that Dykstra defamation loss could have on future potential plaintiffs: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses whether the Insurrection Act can and should be invoked: Penn Today 

Prof. Baker discusses how federal court may handle McDonald’s case testing nuisance theory for job coronavirus safety: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Rudovsky explains why curfews cannot be imposed to prevent protests: WHYY 

Prof. deLisle warns that China’s new national security law threatens Hong Kong’s autonomy: Newsweek 

Prof. Hoffman questions efficacy of COVID-19 waivers for July bar exams in two states: ABA Journal 

Prof. Roberts’ ‘Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-Create Race in Twenty-First Century’ now an audiobook: Audible 

Prof. Yoo discusses how ‘Big Internet’ is responding to small cities starting their own providers: NPR’s Planet Money 

Prof. Burbank doubts older conservative federal judges will heed Sen. Lindsey Graham’s advice to step aside: Talking Points Memo 

Prof. Rudovsky discusses Floyd case, police accountability, and a DOJ skeptical of police abuse cases: The New York Times 

Prof. Wolff discusses recent developments Title IX rules governing campus sexual assault and disciplinary procedures: Ispe Dixit podcast 

Emeritus Penn Trustee David Charles Auten L’63 dies at 82: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Gustavo Cardona L’20, DACA recipient, eyes immigration law career: The Reporter of Miami Dade College 

Prof. Hoffman proposes policy solutions for long-term care issues exposed by COVID-19: The New England Journal of Medicine 

Prof. Sanchirico expresses deep concerns about Sen. McConnell’s COVID recovery incentives: The Hill 

Prof. Hoffman and Simone Hussussian L’20 discuss the steps states are taking to ensure access to coronavirus care: Reg Review 

FPI Exec Director Jennifer Leonard ’04 on the future of legal practice and how Covid-19 affects the legal industry: Case in Point 

Prof. Coglianese explains what the White House’s new regulatory enforcement policy really means: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. deLisle predicts what Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen will – and will not – discuss in her inaugural speech: Voice of America 

Prof. Robinson reminds legislators of Prohibition’s lessons regarding heavy-handed restrictions: The Wall Street Journal 

Prof. deLisle discusses Taiwan’s potential inclusion in the World Health Organization: National Review 

Prof. Finkelstein explains what ‘absolute immunity’ for President Trump would mean in practical terms: Newsweek 

Prof. Morse urges state legislators to keep insanity defense in place after Supreme Court decision in Kahler v. Kansas: The Hill 

Prof. Hoffman discusses options available for those who have lost health coverage during COVID-19 pandemic: Time 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine explains why prosecutor filed motion for new trial in Missouri exoneration case: Law360 

Prof. Mayeri discusses life and legacy of Pauli Murray, prominent lawyer and activist who fought Jim Crow: BackStory podcast 

Prof. Hoffman explains why Medicare expansion should be in the next coronavirus stimulus package: Vox 

Betha Igbinosun LLM’20 shares observations on how her home country Nigeria is handling COVID-19 pandemic: Perry World House 

Prof. Sanchirico provides insight into four misconceptions of capital gains taxation: Bloomberg Tax 

Prof. Baker predicts challenges for insurance companies on business interruption claims related to pandemic: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Jeremiah Oteh L’20 discusses his new podcast ‘Penn Law Perspectives’: Case in Point 

Prof. Sarin warns against allowing people early access to their Social Security benefits during COVID-19 crisis: Bloomberg 

Prof. Hovenkamp explains why regulators would likely take a closer look at an Uber and GrubHub merger: MarketWatch 

Law 2030 podcast: Associate Dean Eleanor Barrett L’05 speaks with University of Denver’s Zack DeMeola about Foundations for Practice project 

Prof. Skeel co-authors op-ed with Wharton Prof. Inman on how to fairly calculate COVID-19 aid for states: Washington Post 

Prof. Skeel discusses business and bankruptcy during the COVID-19 pandemic: Case in Point podcast 

Prof. Finkelstein questions whether SCOTUS will put President Trump above the law in upcoming decision : ABC News 

Prof. Fisch warns that SoftBank faces an uphill battle in its lawsuit against WeWork: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Abrams talks sports and COVID-19: Wharton Moneyball podcast 

Prof. Gordon lauds scholarship and commitment of Richard Turley, Mormon Church historian: The Salt Lake Tribune 

Prof. Finkelstein co-authors op-ed on executive privilege and upcoming SCOTUS Trump v Vance oral arguments: The New York Times 

Ricardo Muza LLM’01 recognized for leadership at Pfizer Chile: Hispanic Executive 

Prof. Hoffman co-authors op-ed that advocates for the expansion of Medicaid in Florida: Sun Sentinel 

Prof. Fisch warns that deterrent effect of securities fraud litigation may be weakened post-coronavirus pandemic: Law360 

Prof. Skeel’s Brookings Institution report cited regarding when small businesses should file for bankruptcy: The New York Times 

Prof. Coglianese offers his perspective on criticism of government in the wake of COVID-19: LA Times 

FT highlights proposal by Associate Dean Rangita de Silva in collaboration with UNESCO and Law School 

Prof. Finkelstein suggests how Agr. Sec. Perdue can avoid legal challenges to executive order about meat processing facilities: USA Today 

Prof. Ossei-Owusu on ethical travails of upward mobility in review of Jennifer M. Morton’s ‘Moving Up without Losing Your Way’: Public Books 

Prof. Fisch explores theoretical predicate of corporate purpose: Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog 

Prof. Hamermesh discusses potential legal fate of M&A deals negotiated before COVID-19 market plunge: Bloomberg 

Prof. Hoffman co-authors op-ed on struggles of dementia patients and long-term caregivers in wake of coronavirus: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Former DNI James Clapper joins board of Center for Ethics and Rule of Law (CERL): The Washington Times 

Prof. deLisle on the feasibility of suing China for COVID-19 related damages: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein downplays legal significance of newly released documents in Michael Flynn case: ABC6 

Law students’ contributions to research on COVID-19 eviction moratoria by state, commonwealth, and territory cited: Business Insider 

Prof. Skeel expounds upon why allowing states to file for bankruptcy is a good idea: Bloomberg 

Prof. Feldman expands upon the failures of international public health policy and the civil rights trade-offs during quarantine: Law360 

Prof. Yoo’s research on Internet freedom informs why U.S. was better prepared for pandemic than Europe: Competitive Enterprise Institute 

Special guest contributors from Covington & Burling LLP discuss new bill supporting AI innovation among U.S. agencies: The Reg Review 

A special series offers comparative essays from leading international scholars about their nations’ response to COVID-19: Reg Review 

Proposal by Assoc. Dean Rangita de Silva in collaboration with UNESCO and Penn Law class on Intl. Women’s Rights highlighted by FT 

Prof. Finck warns of increasing number of families struggling to meet basic needs because of COVID-19 pandemic: NBC10 

Prof. Skeel explains why allowing states to file for bankruptcy would face legal challenges: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Allen discusses importance of ethical considerations in deciding when to re-open the U.S.: CNN 

Prof. Skeel’s scholarship regarding possibility of states’ filing for bankruptcy cited: Forbes 

Penn Law’s Rangita de Silva de Alwis discusses executions during COVID-19 pandemic: Law, Leadership, Influence Podcast 

Prof. Coglianese’s scholarship on climate change cited in Wharton’s ‘Student Solutions to Climate Risk’ series 

Prof. Skeel discusses whether state bankruptcies would violate Article I of the Constitution: Bloomberg Law 

Dr. Eve Higginbotham ML’20 advises on how to reduce eye strain in the Zoom era: P and D Podcast 

Prof. Sarin urges Congress to ban automatic bank dividends amid coronavirus crisis: Bloomberg 

Prof. Skeel explores how to adapt the bankruptcy process during COVID-19 pandemic: Brookings 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses limits of presidential power: The Washington Post’s politics podcast 

Prof. Coglianese explains why lifting regulations can be just as important as imposing them: The Reg Review 

Prof. Finkelstein explains extent of presidential authority regarding state governors’ stay-at-home orders: Politico 

Prof. Rudovsky warns of potential ‘constitutional reckoning’ over right to speedy trial because of court postponements: Billy Penn 

Prof. Coglianese explains uphill battle that challengers to EPA decisions face in court: Bloomberg Law 

Professor Reed Shudliner and Associate Dean Eleanor Barrett discuss the move to e-learning: Case in Point 

Prof. Hoffman calls on Congress to address the imminent medical care debt COVID-19 patients will incur: The Hill 

Professors Lawrence Summers and Natasha Sarin on the Coronavirus Stimulus Package (CARES Act): Case in Point 

Prof. Skeel stresses importance of flattening bankruptcy curve during COVID-19 pandemic: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Roberts calls for “radical transformation” of the structures that support working families during outbreak: MSNBC 

Prof. Coglianese explains why the Trump administration is racing to execute its deregulation agenda: Bloomberg 

Prof. Finkelstein addresses source of the President’s disdain for Mitt Romney: Washington Post 

Penn Law’s Rangita de Silva de Alwis discusses legal reform for women: Council on Foreign Relations 

Adam Runkle ML’20 discusses the FDA’s unprecedented guidance on validating coronavirus testing: The Reg Review 

Prof. Levy warns against coronavirus phishing scams that prey on public fear: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Does Pennsylvania governor have legal authority to enforce order to shut down all non-life-sustaining businesses?: Lancaster Online 

Would a COVID-19 immunization be covered by health care plans? Prof. Hoffman answers: The Street 

Prof. Sarin examines how financial institution crime is responding to shifting federal enforcement regime 

Prof. Klick’s study cited in plastic bag ban debate: Plastics News 

Seminal research on allyship – advancing inclusive workplaces; Penn Law’s Rangita de Silva launches partnership with Thomson-Reuters 

Research by Prof. Klick suggests that reusable tote bags could help spread COVID-19: New York Post 

Prof. deLisle explains how China has turned aid packages into a foreign policy strategy: New York Times 

Prof. Burbank criticizes President’s federal judicial appointments as reflecting a search for reliable policy agents: New York Times 

Op-ed cites Prof. Coglianese’s research for revealing the “false” claim that environmental regulation led to a “war on coal”: Undark 

Amid COVID-19 outbreak, Prof. Rudovsky discusses possible blanket suspension of right to a speedy trial: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Fisch explains how Elon Musk’s temperament could affect the outcome of a $2.2 billion deal he will have to defend in court: Reuters 

Paul Heaton favors Philadelphia’s bail advocate system over controversial algorithmic risk-assessment tools: Phila. Inquirer 

Prof. Roberts profiled among stories of female success and struggle in male-dominated fields: Phila Inquirer 

Prof. Allison Hoffman says Bankers Life Fieldhouse could be held liable should a person contract the coronavirus at a game: Indy Star 

Prof. Paoletti discusses legality of Cuccinelli’s immigration directives after federal court ruled his appointment was illegal: VOA 

Neil Makhija argues in favor of lawsuits against Juul, Big Tobacco: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Professor Yoo named panelist for DOJ Antitrust Division’s workshop on proposed vertical merger guidelines 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses how antitrust law could affect non-practicing patent entities: Bloomberg Law 

New retrospective highlights a few of the global voices that have influenced the Law School’s inclusive vision of global justice 

Marissa Boyers Bluestine urges Mont Co officials to afford independence to Public Defender’s Office: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Mo Reilly examines the importance of interactive process in workplace ADA accommodations: Employment Practices Solutions 

ML program supports National High School Ethics Bowl, an educational event promoting civil discourse regarding real-world issues  

Essay by Allie Gottlieb L’21 discusses how current law helps shield Attorney General from independent review: The Reg Review 

Prof. Roberts’s book, “Killing the Black Body,” listed among titles that provide historical knowledge about Roe v. Wade: Rewire.News 

Professor Austin discusses why clemency is so hard to come by for Pennsylvania ‘lifers’: Prism 

Future of the Profession Initiative’s Law 2030 event lauded for efforts to modernize legal profession: Legal Services Today 

Professor David Hoffman on how “hush contracts” harm individuals, organizations, and the world: CBS Sunday Morning 

Professor Heaton calls on Mont Co officials to explain firing of chief and deputy chief public defenders: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Professor Allen explains level of privacy afforded texts sent by public officials: The Washington Post 

Op-ed by Domenic Powell L’20 discusses why the city needs a publicly owned electric company: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Penn Law Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium examines sports leagues involvement with wagering regulation: Sports Handle 

Penn Law’s John Hollway explains how some jurisdictions avoid conviction integrity reviews through “smoke and mirrors”: The New Yorker 

Former Pennsylvania resident’s misdemeanor turned into felony after moving to Florida, Prof. Rudovsky comments: Morning Call 

Prof. Wilkinson-Ryan comments on whether Sen. Warren’s contract would block presidential candidate Bloomberg’s right to sue: TIME 

Prof. Sarin criticizes Democratic candidates’ tax plans as overly optimistic, since the wealthy can more easily avoid paying them: NYT 

Prof. Coglianese comments on challenges facing agencies as the deadline for posting regulatory guidance draws close: Bloomberg 

Leonard speaks about changing landscape of legal profession and how junior partners might need to adapt: Law 360 

Prof. Hollway comments on the ambiguity of new monetary compensation bill for exonerated prisoners: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Rulli calls District Attorney’s release of forfeiture records a “step in the right direction”: Lancaster Online 

Prof. Hovenkamp weighs in on whether the FTC could reverse tech giants’ past acquisitions: Protocol 

FPI’s Chief Innovation Officer Jennifer Leonard L’04 discusses how young lawyers can adapt to changing legal profession: Law360 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on Philadelphia’s “stop and frisk” policy, saying there are too many unlawful pat-downs: WHYY 

Prof. Sanchirico debunks some of the President’s claims about how his administration has improved the economy: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese takes two of the top spots on SSRN’s U.S. Administrative Law eJournal list for most downloaded papers 

Penn Law’s Chief Innovation Officer describes the Law School’s efforts to prepare students for the future of the profession: CNBC 

Stanford Law Review publishes Prof. Blackhawk’s essay which celebrates the fact that all top law reviews are headed by women 

For the first time, flagship law journals at top U.S. law schools are all led by women: Washington Post 

Prof. Hovenkamp offers commentary on Draft Vertical Merger Guidelines and Economic Analysis of Mergers: Truth on the Market 

1L Jeffrey Simon awarded Samuel T. Gomez award by Phila. Bar Foundation for his commitment to community service 

Prof. Hovenkamp says the ongoing antitrust investigation into Big Tech could result in new legislation in coming years: Vox 

Prof. deLisle discusses economic impact of corona virus for America and China: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Hoffman’s study, “Coin-Operated Capitalism” cited to highlight lack of investor safeguards surrounding cryptocurrencies: Forbes 

Prof. Parchomovsky co-authors think piece on how tax law can be changed to help active fund management: Columbia Law School Blog 

Prof. Sarin says any business wishing to do social good can start by paying their taxes: The Washington Post 

Prof. deLisle discusses whether the Chinese are taking the right steps to stop spread of Coronavirus: Wharton Business Daily 

Prof. Gordon co-writes op-ed on how Mormonism and slavery built California’s Inland Empire: LA Times 

Op-ed by Prof. Gordon warns what historical tensions in Methodist church say about current civil issues under debate: Washington Post 

Record numbers of law firm mergers in Philadelphia and Nationwide. Prof. Kosuri offers his view on why: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Hollway talks about how wrongful convictions happen with Julie Rose on “Top of the Mind” podcast: BYU Radio 

Prof. Finkelstein joins the conversation on the validity of Trump’s claims of executive privilege: Democracy Now! 

Innocent man spends 25 years in prison, partly due to “trial penalty,” Prof. Abrams explains: USA Today 

Normative change is needed to solve climate change, says Prof. Coglianese: The Regulatory Review 

When leadership fails, who is left? Prof. Burke-White writes in defense of the World Economic Forum in his op-ed: Brookings 

Prof. Finkelstein urges congress to fight for “the integrity of impeachment” during President Trump’s trial: NYT 

Prof. Sanchirico’s op-ed discusses hidden U.S. export subsidy after France postpones new digital services tax: The Hill 

Outbreak of coronavirus reignites conversation about Taiwan’s position in the WHO. Prof. deLisle comments: WSJ 

Outbreak of coronavirus reignites conversation about Taiwan’s position in the WHO. Prof. deLisle comments: WSJ 

Can video compensate for witnesses in the impeachment proceedings? Prof. Finkelstein comments: The Hill 

Prof. Freeman explains why Prohibition was ultimately repealed: The Atlantic 

Three Penn Law scholars sign petition asking SEC to revise shareholder voting draft reform: ProMarket 

Prof. Finkelstein argues there is enough evidence to remove President Trump from office: Temple News 

Taiwan’s re-elected president will protect country’s sovereignty from China; Prof. deLisle explains how Beijing will react: Taiwan News 

Penn Gazette features climate advocacy essays from Penn Law scholars 

Prof. Finkelstein comments on pivotal role witnesses will play in the impeachment proceedings: MSNBC 

Prof. Morse says that motive for violent crimes is rarely mental illness, calls for thorough investigation before making judgement: App.com 

Prof. Coglianese explains why it could work to Facebook’s advantage to sue platform scammers: BuzzFeed 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses new policy statement on whether patent holders can seek injunctions: The Reg Review 

Why does Medicare for All help put a spotlight on rising health care costs? Prof. Hoffman explains: NYT 

Will new union contract allow for police reform? Prof. Hollway comments: WHYY News 

1L Corinne Belkoff credits her background as a gymnast for success in law school: Tuscon.com 

Prof. David Hoffman comments on the validity of NDA contracts involved in the Stormy Daniels/President Trump scandal: HuffPost 

Lecturer Reggie Govan criticizes drone regulations and regulatory framework that lag behind the technology: NYT 

Prof. Sanchirico comments on the end of international tax loophole known as “double Irish”: Financial Times 

Prof. Rudovsky illuminates challenges surrounding police conduct reform efforts: Philly Tribune 

Prof. Makhija joins the government in fighting Juul’s big tobacco style advertising: CPR News 

From transparency to opacity, Prof. Burbank comments on changing transparency of U.S. courts since the 1930s: Reuters Investigates 

The pros and cons of the United Nations climate conference in Madrid, according to Prof. Burke-White: Channel News Asia 

Is White House interest in the EPA Science Review ‘unusual’?: Prof. Coglianese weighs in: Bloomberg 

Prof. Hoffman comments on fate of ACA decision saying “there’s no end in sight.”: Bloomberg 

Is White House interest in EPA Science Review ‘unusual’? Prof. Coglianese weighs in: Bloomberg Environment 

ML candidate Muira McCammon Gl’23 GR’27 aims to understand how information flows in and out of Gitmo: Penn Today 

Horace Anderson W’91 L’96 named ninth Dean of the Elisabeth Haub School Of Law at Pace University 

Prof. Morse’s op-ed argues that it might make sense to jail addicts in some cases: CW 

Prof. Hovenkamp believes DOJ’s Big Tech investigation may prompt regulators to interpret U.S. competition law in new ways: Daily Mail 

Prof. Coglianese explains how Facebook’s lawsuit against platform abusers can help stave off future regulation: Buzzfeed 

Prof. Burke-White participates as part of Penn’s delegation attending UN Climate Change Conference: Penn Today 

Penn Law lecturer Neil Mikhija comments on growing number of lawsuits brought against JUUL for allegedly marking to minors: CPR 

John Hollway discuss the factors and biases that can occur in use of forensic sciences at AAAS Conference 

Rochester Diocese files bankruptcy, Prof. Skeel discusses the financial impact on parishes: NCR 

Senate leaders will need to determine impeachment trial procedures, Prof. Finkelstein discusses witness subpoenas: Washington Times 

Prof. Finkelstein believes there are no concerns surrounding legitimacy of Trump campaign and Carer Page: Sinclair Broadcasting Group 

Prof. Coglianese co-authors first comprehensive stock-taking of AI and related digital tools by courts and agencies in the US 

Prof. Hoffman weighs in on legality of contracts keeping presidential candidate Buttigieg from revealing his MicKinsey clients: Daily Beast 

Is regulation good for business? Richard Cordray, first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shares his perspective 

Penn Law International Human Rights Scholar Erin Hartman NU’18 receives the Marshall Scholarship: Penn Today 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the robust congressional antitrust inquiry into big tech companies: NYT 

Prof. Rudovsky discusses whether a new law should be applied retroactively to a criminal defendant: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Coglianese helps clarify the President’s claim that deregulatory actions boost the economy: Bloomberg 

Could new advances in neuroscience change the law? Prof. Morse opines: Genetic Literacy Project 

Profs. deLisle and Goldstein explore China’s changing economy in new book “To Get Rich Is Glorious”: Brookings 

Maggie Blackhawk awarded Cromwell Article Prize best article in American legal history published by an early career scholar 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on Justice Dept.’s move to terminate a decree that could threaten small-town movie theaters and drive-ins: AP 

Prof. Morse explains the insanity defense and whether it’s Constitutional: Good Law/Bad Law podcast 

Prof. Paoletti discusses legal issues surrounding DACA and the pending SCOTUS decision: WHYY 

New co-authored paper by Prof. Sarin suggests a way for the U.S. government to collect an additional $100 billion a year: CBS News 

Prof. Sarin’s co-authored op-ed explores ways the IRS could raise $1 trillion in the next decade: Washington Post 

As Trump administration weakens the ACA, health brokers push ‘junk plans’. Prof. Hoffman comments: Washington Post 

Prof. Sarin dissects the revenue estimates of Senator Warren’s wealth tax: Forbes 

Prof. Roberts discusses the erasure of Black motherhood with Kimberlee Crenshaw: Colorlines Podcast 

Will new proxy voting rules change advisory firm strategies? Prof. Fisch weighs in: Bloomberg 

Prof. Finkelstein comments on Republican defense in Trump impeachment hearing: CNN 

Future of the Profession Initiative of Carey Law at Penn is rethinking legal education: Law360 

Edward Hale L’20 presents Prof. Fisch’s argument that judges, not legislatures, should act as regulators: The Regulatory Review 

Is Boeing ousting CEO in attempt to repair its reputation? Prof. Fisch comments: CNBC 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on antitrust regulators as Google tries to buy Fitbit: MarketWatch 

Prof. Finkelstein joins podcast panel to discuss efficacy of targeted killings in warfare: Monocle 

Prof. Austin remarks on the civil rights implications in Comcast SCOTUS case: Whyy 

Quattrone Center’s efforts in establishing Conviction Integrity Units help lead to 10 exonerations in Phila.: Washington Post 

Profs Wilkinson-Ryan and Hoffman argue for end of NDAs in the workplace: The Atlantic 

Prof. Shuldiner weighs in on direct tax in the 16th amendment in relation to Warren’s tax policy: Business Day 

Prof. Coglianese comments on a standoff between EPA and its internal watchdog: Bloomberg Environment 

Coglianese on Trump administration efforts to save coal with environmental rollbacks: Inside Climate News 

Can the ISS sue the SEC over guidance targeting proxy advisors? Coglianese comments: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Wagner offers perspective on how to maximize quality and efficiency within U.S. patent system: IP Watchdog 

Prof. Sarin found certain Obama-era consumer finance reforms to be effective in wake of Great Recession: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roosevelt authors op-ed comes to the defense of America’s National Parks: The Hill 

Asian law expert Prof. deLisle offers perspective on FIFA’s decision to award World Cup tournament to China: NYT 

Are haunted house waivers legally enforceable? Prof. Hoffman weighs in: Mental Floss 

Contributing to a new book, Prof. Coglianese proposes using machine learning to improve environmental regulation 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on the Trump Administration’s lawsuit against California over climate change: AP 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses how testimony from the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine could impact the impeachment inquiry: WHYY 

Does an impeachment inquiry override executive privilege? Prof. Galbraith examines historical precedent: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses how presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren could fund her vision of “Medicare for All”: Air Talk 

Prof. Morse co-authors amicus brief in favor of the insanity defense: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Simmons discusses her research on the regulatory impacts of the World Bank’s ease of doing business ranking: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese discusses lack of evidence for “war on coal” based on study of investors’ perception of environmental regulation 

Prof. Coglianese discusses private standards and public governance: Notice & Comment 

Penn Law Lecturer Judge Cheryl Anne Krause receives the Warren E. Burger Prize for essay, “Lawyer Wellbeing as a Crisis of the Profession” 

Would former Ukrainian prosecutor’s statements in Trump TV ad be admissible in US court? Prof. Burbank weighs in. 

Prof. Coglianese’s research explores whether Obama-era regulations crippled coal: Bloomberg Environment 

Prof. Coglianese’s research examines the impact of Obama-era regulations on coal industry: Forbes 

Prof. Roberts’s research cited as inspiration for an activist movement advocating for reproductive rights for women of color: The New Yorker 

Prof. Galbraith and Beatrix Lu L’20 discuss gender-identity protection provisions in “new NAFTA”: Yale Law Journal Forum 

Prof. Hovenkamp points out that third-party sellers benefit from Amazon, making it hard for regulators to “reel in” the company 

Prof. Morse explains why we still need the insanity defense: Wall Street Journal 

Jean Galbraith explains why executive privilege regarding diplomatic information is not absolute: Just Security 

Prof. David Skeel on Purdue Pharma using bankruptcy to temporarily dodge litigation: Bloomberg 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on Kurt Volker’s significance to the Trump impeachment inquiry: MSNBC 

Prof. Blackhawk questions the constitutionality of Warren’s lobby tax: Time 

Prof. deLisle comments on the motivation behind protests in Hong Kong: Newsweek 

Prof. Roosevelt and Ruth-Helen Vassilas (L’18) opine on whether Supreme Court justices should have term limits: CNN 

How do judges decide if Amazon is dominating the marketplace? Prof. Hovenkamp explains: The Washington Post 

Prof. Barrington Wolff says ambiguity over May 10 memorandum signals possible misconduct: Slate 

Prof. Finkelstein analyzes why whistleblower allegations resulted in impeachment inquiry almost immediately: VOA 

Prof. Burbank explains what constitutes an impeachable offense: KYW Newsradio 

Prof. Finkelstein suggests Trump is morally unfit for office following whistleblower allegations: The Atlantic 

Prof. Coglianese says allegations against President Trump implicate core principles of constitutional government: Newsweek 

Prof. Burbank calls the impeachment process integral to architecture that preserves democracy: New York Times 

Prof. Finkelstein says Trump administration’s refusal to reveal whistleblower complaint is complete abuse of office: Washington Post 

Prof. Coglianese comments on Trump administration’s revocation of California’s emissions waiver: CNBC 

Prof. Finkelstein says whistleblower allegations test U.S. political system’s ability to fight back against abuse of power: The Hill 

William Burke-White describes why Argentina comes to the verge of collapse every few years: Knowledge@Wharton 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt explains how climate change is destabilizing the legal landscape: Just Security 

Prof. Yoo calls for more care and transparency to be built into artificial intelligence algorithms: Penn Today 

Prof. Roosevelt explains why Democrats should recognize the significance of federal judges in presidential election: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Coglianese sees normative change and collective action as key to addressing climate change: Knowledge@Wharton 

Six Penn Law faculty and fellows contribute to new Penn-wide report proposing climate risk solution 

Prof. Paoletti advocates for a just immigration policy grounded in human rights: Knowledge@Wharton 

Dean Ruger gives detailed overview of Penn Law’s fellowship programs: PrawfsBlawg 

Prof. Hovenkamp authors essay on legal issues raised by Justice Dept.’s antitrust investigation of automakers: The Reg Review 

In a Penn series of climate policy ideas, Prof. Austin suggests learning from Hurricane Katrina aftermath to conceptualize climate justice 

In a series of climate policy ideas, Prof. Chang outlines an import tax policy that could help mitigate climate change 

2L Katherine Divasto’s op-ed urges Philadelphia to focus on policies that support, rather than criminalize, city’s youth: Phila. Inquirer 

Prof. Skeel explains crux of legal argument in Philadelphia’s Hahnemann Hospital bankruptcy proceedings: Phila. Inquirer 

Prof. deLisle describes why Hong Kong activists’ tactics are more effective than previous movements: Newsweek 

Prof. Morse says the most important question when using neuroscientific evidence is whether it’s legally relevant: Knowable Magazine 

Prof. Sarin’s research on tax reform cited in argument for reducing wealth inequality: Project Syndicate 

Prof. Blackhawk says Cherokee nation’s efforts to send delegate to Congress could bring additional power to native nations: NYT 

Penn Law introduces new Appellate Advocacy Clinic led by Prof. Galbraith and Ilana Eisenstein: Law.com 

Prof. Yoo’s urges cities to carefully plan fiber optic networks to avoid negative cashflows: News Chief 

Prof. Hoffman provides insight into the patient’s perspective when choosing health care plans: Salon 

Prof. Dorothy Roberts listed among Penn’s famous professors: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. deLisle Q&A outlines possible outcomes for ongoing protests in Hong Kong: Penn Today 

Prof. deLisle identifies origins of China’s current crises and examines the implications for U.S.-China relations: WHYY 

Penn Law’s Paul Heaton offers perspective on U.S. Attorney’s claims that Phila. DA Krasner promotes disrespect for city’s law enforcement 

Quattrone Center recognized as a national leader in criminal justice reform: Penn Today 

Assoc. Dean for Professional Engagement Jennifer Leonard L’04 comments on development of wellness pilot program: Law.com 

Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses legal challenges to the ACA and Democratic candidates proposed health plans: Bloomberg TV 

Prof. Hovenkamp says it will be hard for antitrust investigators to prove big tech companies harm consumers: Daily Mail 

Prof. Finkelstein comments on Foreign Agents Registration Act as former White House lawyer faces charges: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese calls Trump’s deregulatory order a “bit of a symbolic effort”: Bloomberg Environment 

2Ls Mary Felder and Asal Yunusov win Administrative Law Essay Competition: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the dispute between the Justice Dept. and FTC over Big Tech antitrust investigations: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Hoffman comments on candidates’ health care policies discussed in Democratic presidential debate: Washington Post 

Prof. Hoffman authors op-ed on the role of choice in proposed Democratic health care plans: The Hill 

Prof. Hoffman analyzes presidential candidate Joe Biden’s health care plan: Kaiser Health 

In op-ed, adjunct Prof. Chang-Muy and 2L Adam Garnick examine why harsh U.S. asylum policies don’t deter migrants: NY Times 

Prof. Hoffman says Kamala Harris’s “Medicare for All” plan more politically feasible than Bernie Sanders’s plan: Vox 

Prof. deLisle analyzes Hong Kong officials’ potential options to mitigate protests: Newsweek 

Prof. Finkelstein recommends asking Mueller questions that would expose weaknesses in prohibition on indicting presidents: The Hill 

Prof. Hovenkamp says it will be hard for Justice Dept. to prove big tech companies are harmful to consumers: U.S. News 

Prof. Roosevelt anticipates Justice Kavanaugh will lean more to the political right than the middle: Bloomberg 

Pro. Hoffman discusses “Medicare for All” as a democratic movement: Law and Political Economy 

Prof. Christopher Yoo describes why a Chinese telecom company could be a national security concern: Penn Today 

Prof. Burbank comments on the President’s treatment of the U.S. judiciary: The Hill 

Prof. Hoffman comments on Joe Biden’s incremental approach to his public option healthcare plan: Politifact 

Mark Nevitt explains national security risks posed by climate change and suggests to listen carefully to national security professionals 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses SCOTUS’s antitrust decision in Apple v. Pepper: The Reg Review 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the tone of Congressional hearings with Big Tech on anti-competitive behavior: Market Watch 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on D.A. Larry Krasner’s request to PA Supreme Court to declare the state’s death penalty unconstitutional: Reason 

Prof. Fisch discusses share price effect of bylaws limiting investor lawsuits to specific jurisdictions: Financial Times 

Prof. Paoletti discusses legal and political controversy over census citizenship question: The Reg Review 

Mark Nevitt discusses climate security and the changing landscape of threat: ABA podcast 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explains what doctor visits would look like under Medicare for All from the patient’s perspective: Salon 

Prof. Herb Hovenkamp weighs in on the Silicon Valley and the Beltway antitrust battle on Capital Hill: MarketWatch 

Quattrone Center’s Marissa Boyers Bluestine comments on the Philly D.A.’s Conviction Integrity Unit: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Hoffman discusses options appeals judges could choose when ruling on the ACA: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. Skeel comments on prosecutorial discretion in America: San Diego Union-Tribune 

Prof. Hoffman examines reactions from justices following oral arguments in latest ACA lawsuit: Vox 

Prof. Fisch discusses shareholder expectations in transition to Rice family’s control of Appalachian natural gas powerhouse EQT 

Prof. Hoffman shares her views on how the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals might impact the future of the ACA: Sinclair Broadcast Group 

Prof. Rulli says the President will likely try to pass the census citizenship question by issuing an executive order: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese comments on how the government could use AI technology: Bloomberg 

Senior Fellow Paul Heaton comments on the impact of Philadelphia District Attorney’s cash bail reform: The Appeal 

Prof. Hoffman shares her perspective on the future of the Affordable Care Act: Vox 

Prof. Hoffman comments on national health care debate and the concept of “Medicare for All”: Salon 

Prof. Coglianese discusses how risk-based regulation affects decision-making for agencies: The Reg Review 

Poetry anthology from Elizabeth Coleman L’74 celebrated for World Environment Day 

Prof. Roberts discusses case of woman indicted for manslaughter after her fetus was shot: NPR 

Prof. Rudovsky says the credibility of DEA’s confidential informants should be more closely examined: Phila. Inquirer 

Prof. Roberts says prosecutions of women for the unintentional deaths of their fetuses are becoming more common: Refinery 29 

In new blog post, Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt analyzes the U.S.-Iran drone dispute: Just Security 

Prof. Finkelstein argues it is not legally possible to own a piece of the moon: WHYY 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on lack of antitrust scrutiny of Microsoft: The Washington Post 

Prof. Roosevelt thinks it’s unlikely that the 5th Circuit Court will throw out the ACA appeal: Politico 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the implications of the Supreme Court’s census case: The NY Times 

In a Penn series of climate policy ideas, Prof. Galbraith offers two ideas about how Congress can help 

New article by Prof. Robinson argues that the criminal justice system should offer public redemption for remorseful criminals: Crime Report 

Prof. Finkelstein says Facebook’s cryptocurrency “may demote the power of nation states”: Quartz 

At ACUS Plenary Session, Prof. Coglianese discusses legal issues surrounding use of AI in federal administrative process 

Prof. Sarin’s research cited in analysis of Sen. Warren’s wealth tax: The New Yorker 

In op-ed, Prof. Hoffman argues that cryptocoin computer code fails to deliver on promoter claims: Financial Times 

Prof. Hoffman’s new article lauded as one of the best recent works of health law scholarship: Jotwell 

Prof. Finkelstein argues that the President could be indicted once he leaves office: CNN 

Prof. Hoffman warns that most courts will side with businesses in terms of service disputes: MarketWatch 

Survivors of Britain’s Grenfell Fire file suit in Phila., Prof. Baker predicts likely judicial considerations: NY Times 

Prof. Hoffman discusses the health risks of family members acting as long-term caregivers 

As regulatory agencies announce an antitrust investigation into Google, Prof. Hovenkamp says a breakup is unlikely: Yahoo Finance 

As regulatory agencies announce an antitrust investigation into Google, Prof. Hovenkamp says a breakup is unlikely: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Roberts comments on recent attention the Hyde Amendment has received from presidential candidates: NY Times 

Prof. Coglianese comments on state agency offices exempt from Philadelphia’s cashless business ban: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the government’s plan to investigate big tech companies for antitrust violations: CBS News 

Dorothy Roberts comments on race science and the attribution of health disparities to genetic variation: Slate 

Prof. Dahl’s co-authored article shows growing landscape of IP and technology clinics in legal education 

Prof. Coglianese discusses use of AI in government systems that provide social services and financial support: Freedom to Tinker 

Prof. Fisch examines legitimacy of California’s “Women on Boards” statute in the context of the EU’s Centros decision: Columbia Law 

Prof. Wolff discusses the ongoing conflict between the President and congress following the Mueller report: Penn Today 

In co-authored essay, Prof. Coglianese discusses enhancing access to rulemaking materials through digital channels: The Reg Review 

Op-ed by Prof. Blackhawk examines how the use of Indian Law has allowed for the mistreatment of other vulnerable populations: NY Times 

Victims of genocide in Sudan, represented by Prof. Wolff, now able to pursue claims after U.S. Court of appeals revives lawsuit: Reuters 

Prof. Coglianese quoted in recent opinion by Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court 

Prof. Burbank shares his perspectives on judicial independence and accountability: Penn Law Review 

Prof. Roosevelt contributes case information to Washington Post article examining the probability of SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade 

Prof. Finkelstein advocates for Mueller report redactions to be revealed: AP 

Prof. Roosevelt comments on what due process means for lawmakers accused of misconduct: Penn Capital-Star 

Prof. Roosevelt examines the likelihood of SCOTUS hearing the appeal of child abuse investigator: Washington Times 

Prof. Fisch says alternative investment data keeps market prices stable: The Atlantic 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the increase in anticompetitive practices among the biggest corporations in the U.S.: Fortune 

The Reg Review spotlights U.S. health care regulation with series of essays authored by nationally recognized scholars and experts 

Prof. Wagner discusses trademarking offensive terms: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. deLisle examines the escalation of the trade war between U.S. and China: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Dean Ruger and Benjamin Barsky L’19 co-author essay that examines how law schools can support student mental health: The Reg Review 

Prof. Cary Coglianese comments on the difficulty of accessing regulatory guidance documents: Bloomberg 

Prof. Burbank characterizes Mueller investigation and Russia probe as “constitutional crisis”: France 24 

Prof. Skeel argues that Elizabeth Warren’s work in bankruptcy law is “groundbreaking”: Washington Post 

To break up Facebook Inc., authorities need proof that consumers would benefit, argues Prof. Hovenkamp: Bloomberg 

Prof. Rulli discusses evolution of civil asset forfeiture policy: WHYY Radio Times 

Prof. Hoffman helps clarify an internet myth about legality of profiting from health care before 1973: Politifact 

Associate Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis interviews World Bank General Counsel and Senior VP for International Women’s Day 

Prof. Coglianese, featured in new documentary produced by the Federalist Society, explains how regulation seeks to solve problems 

Prof. Roberts argues eugenics is still the basis for social policies that preserve unjust social order: Philly Inquirer 

Op-ed by JD/PhD student Amber Armstrong L’21 argues to end reform schools: Washington Post 

Prof. Coglianese and Sierra Blazer L’20 argue for CEO certification of airworthiness to improve aircraft safety: The Hill 

Op-ed quotes Prof. Coglianese on the appropriate scope of regulatory analysis: UCSUSA 

Prof. Rudovsky argues that funds seized through civil asset forfeiture are unconstitutionally obtained: The Philadelphia Tribune 

Prof. Rulli expects Pennsylvanian counties to increase civil forfeiture as a way to boost revenue: WHYY 

Article in The Reg Review cited in analysis of rideshare companies’ motivation to invest in public infrastructure: Motherboard 

John Hollway discusses root-cause analysis and Quattrone Center’s lead in the the Philadelphia Event Review Team: The Intercept 

Case in Point Podcast: Penn Law alumna Elizabeth J. Coleman L’74 discusses her work as a poet and advocate 

Elizabeth J. Coleman L’74 describes how poetry can inspire hope and action on climate issues: The Regulatory Review 

In wake of the Mueller report, Prof. Finkelstein says a conviction of the President is unlikely: KYW News Radio 

Presidential Professor of Practice Jeb Bush and Prof. Hoffman discuss health care reform in the current political landscape: Penn Today 

Op-ed by 1L Adam Garnick asserts proposed Texas bill eliminating history exams will widen knowledge gap: Texas Tribune 

Prof. Finkelstein comments on whether or not Julian Assange should be tried depending on his press status: CBS 

Perry World House Global Leader-in-Residence Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein discusses ethics and technology: Washington Post 

Prof. Wagner comments on the EU’s copyright directive that could impact big tech companies: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese says that Democrats could leverage the President’s deregulation claims against him: CNBC 

Prof. deLisle reflects on the state of Hong Kong since British cession: Penn Today 

Prof. Hoffman comments on the president’s decision to delay action on health care: Fox Business 

Prof. Sarin proposes broader tax base that closes loopholes and raises more money than Ocasio-Cortez and Warren’s plans: Boston Globe 

Mueller investigation findings aren’t reliable if evidence suggests the president interfered, argues Prof. Finkelstein: Philly Inquirer 

Penn Law admins prep local high school students for college through mentorship program: Penn Today 

Prof. Morse comments on legislation that seeks to bar judges from sending relapsed drug users to jail: Boston Globe 

Case In Point Podcast: Distinguished Policy Fellow Richard Cordray on Consumer Protection 

Prof. Hovenkamp shares his perspective on Sen. Warren’s plans to break up big tech businesses: Yahoo Finance 

Prof. Knoll discusses the new corporate tax law and its impact on mergers and acquisitions: Wharton@Work 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt unpacks the U.S-Philippines Defense Treaty and the Pompeo Doctrine on South China Sea: Just Security 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt unpacks the U.S-Philippines Defense Treaty and the Pompeo Doctrine on South China Sea: Just Security 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt discusses how a president could address climate change by declaring a national emergency: Mother Jones 

Prof. Finkelstein and CERL Fellow Nicholas Saidel co-author op-ed arguing to defund the Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese comments on government numbers showing increase in immigrant families at U.S. border 

Prof. Coglianese cited in Forbes op-ed on how deregulatory measures can actually add more rules 

Prof. Coglianese’s research credited with informing new Aspen Institute report on shale oil & gas governance 

Prof. Fisch says firms will not properly disclose exposure to climate change risk without a mandate: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Rulli discusses impact of SCOTUS ruling on civil asset forfeiture: NPR 

Prof. Burke-White discusses cities’ role in climate governance and global policy: Penn Institute for Urban Research 

Federal reserve governor calls for greater diversity in economics at inaugural Sadie T. M. Alexander conference: Forbes 

Preparing for public leadership and government service at Penn Law 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt cited in article analyzing militarization of U.S.-Mexico border: ForeignPolicy.com 

Prof. Roosevelt argues that the Constitution won’t allow N.J. Democrats to force presidential candidates to release tax returns: NJ.com 

Prof. Hovenkamp argues there isn’t enough evidence for FTC to sue Facebook for acquiring Instagram: NY Post 

Global Women’s Leadership Project releases special edition of student-hosted feminism podcast for International Women’s Day 

Prof. Coglianese shares insights on the major public lands package that’s expected to pass the House later this month: Penn Today 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on relationship between police and civilians after offensive remarks from police union president: Philly Mag 

In op-ed, Prof. Finkelstein and Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt argue that creation of the Space Force will lead to space arms race: The Hill 

Prof. Rulli comments on the SCOTUS ruling to limit state and local authorities’ power to seize property: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Finkelstein argues that the President’s declaration of a national emergency is unlawful: NPR On Point Radio 

Prof. Wolff argues that threats from American Media Inc. to Jeff Bezos could possibly constitute extortion: Knowledge@Wharton 

NY Times article cites Prof. Burbank’s role in Kaepernick settlement, spotlights his role as NFL System Arbitrator 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt agrees there are missing data points in Dept. of Defense climate change report: EcoWatch 

Prof. Finck’s testimony cited in op-ed arguing that children should not be removed from their families because of poverty: Philly.com 

Legal Services attorney Tashanna Golden L’08 directly assists low-income clients from former neighborhood: SIlive.com 

Prof. Wax reviews Yale professor’s book that analyzes the systems in the U.S. to address low-level offenses: National Review 

Prof. Wolff discusses impact and implications of recent SCOTUS ruling on New Prime v. Oliveira: Penn Today 

Prof. Beth Simmons and Perry World House fellow Michael Kenwick’s op-ed distills their research about impact of border fortification: CNN 

Second episode of Penn Law’s student-hosted feminism podcast series now available 

Prof. Balganesh discusses impact of the recent copyright expiration of works from 1923: Penn Today 

Adjunct Prof. Specter argues that medical malpractice suits should follow the same rules as other civil lawsuits: Penn Live 

Prof. Rulli argues civil forfeiture is inconsistent with the rest of the justice system: Greenville Online 

Prof. Baker comments on how the insurance industry could change American football: Pacific Standard 

Prof. Burke-White shares his perspective about whether political upheaval in Latin America will stall growth: Knowledge@Wharton 

Philadelphia DA and Chief Defender co-teaching new course through partnership between Penn Law, Drexel, and Temple 

Prof. Coglianese discusses impact of recently-ended shutdown on regulatory agencies: Federal News Network 

Prof. Cary Coglianese and Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt argue that Americans are paying a steep “do-nothing” climate tax: Washington Post 

Adjunct Prof. Gansallo calls Trump Administration’s catch and release immigration statistics “highly unlikely”: FactCheck.org 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the ramifications of the ongoing government shutdown: KYW Newsradio 

The Fall 2018 Global Affairs Review examines Penn Law’s role in the latest research, policy and practice from around the world 

Prof. Hoffman analyzes district court’s ruling against proposal to expand contraception exemption coverage under the ACA: WHYY 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the legality of Dept. of Interior processing oil and gas permits during shutdown: U.S. News 

Prof. deLisle is “skeptical” U.S.-China trade talks will yield meaningful progress on IP rights: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Hoffman analyzes the potential outcomes of the recent federal district court ruling against the ACA: Seattle Weekly 

Prof. Coglianese comments on Interior Dept. proposal to limit transparency: Bloomberg Envrionment 

Responding to Rogers Smith, Prof. Berman rejects his argument against birthright citizenship as “startlingly revisionist” Penn Gazette 

Prof. Coglianese calls EPA’s proposal to loosen emissions standards for wood-fired heating systems “very unusual”: E&E News 

White House plans to nominate Heath Tarbert L’02 to serve as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission: Wall Street Journal 

The Philly DA’s office profits from seized homes, Prof. Rulli calls the practice a major flaw in civil forfeiture: Philly Tribune 

A look at John Heisman, Penn Law alum and football legend: Penn Today 

Prof. Roberts advocates providing increased support to poor and incarcerated parents rather than taking children away: Washington Post 

Federal government partners with Prof. Coglianese to study agencies’ use of artificial intelligence 

In App Store dispute, Prof. Hovenkamp supports iPhone owners’ bid to sue Apple over alleged monopoly: CNBC 

There’s such a thing as the National Turkey Federation and it sets the standards for Thanksgiving dinner: The Reg Review 

Prof. Abrams argues that better data collection and taxation could make the U.S. safer without eliminating guns: The Reg Review 

Former U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein named Perry World House Fellow, will teach at Penn Law 

Prof. Morse explores the criminal responsibility of opioid addicts: The American Interest 

Experts consider the prospects for and potential limitations of gun control regulation: The Regulatory Review 

Penn Law student helps hospitalized citizens get their vote out through Penn Votes Project: U.S. News 

Prof. Hoffman debunks GOP Senate candidate’s claim that North Dakota law required insurance coverage for preexisting conditions: Politifact 

Chronicle of Higher Education lists Prof. Roberts’s “Killing the Black Body” among most influential books of the last 20 years 

Prof. Allen applauds the EU’s focus on ethics in light of technological advancement and its challenges: New Europe 

President Trump cannot end birthright citizenship by executive order, says Prof. Roosevelt: Politfact 

GOP health care bill would not protect people with pre-existing conditions, says Prof. Hoffman: PA Post 

Prof. Hoffman says GOP’s actions on health care contradict claims of protecting coverage for pre-existing conditions: Marketplace 

Ilana Eisenstein L’04, a Penn Law government service policy fellow, helps win victory in Immigration Court: Philly.com 

Prof. McKinley discusses how academic institutions can better recognize the perspectives of Native American people: Penn Today 

Penn ranked fourth most innovative university in the world: Reuters 

Prof. Burbank op-ed asserts courts should reject Trump’s claim of presidential immunity: Politico 

Prof. Hoffman says GOP health care bill could threaten affordable premiums and coverage for preexisting conditions: Politfact 

Prof. Wolff says the public may have lost confidence in the legitimacy of Senate’s decision-making: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Penn Law’s Native American Law Student Assoc. is gaining momentum: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Burbank says Justice Kavanaugh’s partisan remarks indicate a “serious risk [to] the rule of law”: The New York Times 

Prof. Wolff found Dr. Ford’s testimony “highly credible” and was taken aback by Judge Kavanaugh’s partisan remarks: Knowledge@Wharton 

Buyer beware: Prof. Hoffman says new Trump Administration health care plans may not cover what people think they do: NPR 

Prof. Fisch says Musk’s extraordinary behavior put SEC case against him “in a class by itself”: Bloomberg 

New video: Penn Law welcomes 251 JD students that comprise the class of 2021 

Prof. Finkelstein considers the fate of the Mueller investigation if Deputy Attorney General is fired: NPR’s On Point 

Lecturer Joseph Khan expects the judge will impose prison time on Bill Cosby: Yahoo 

Prof. Yoo says it’s difficult to know the “right way” to stop the spread of hate speech on social media: Fair Observer 

Prof. Rudovsky calls the Cosby’s defense strategy “risky” as it leveraged personal allegations against the judge: ABC 7 

Prof. Finkelstein sees Trump’s efforts to declassify Russian documents as “close to obstruction of justice”: CBS 21 

Case in Point Podcast: Prof. Burke-White contextualizes National Security Adviser Bolton’s anti-ICC comments 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt discusses the state of “civilian control over the military” in the age of Trump: Just Security 

Prof. Hovenkamp’s antitrust research cited in efforts to combat monopolies: BNN Bloomberg 

Prof. Hovenkamp’s article cited in argument against breakthrough antitrust scholarship targeting Amazon: New York Times 

Prof. Sanchirico’s op-ed analyzes the details of the anticipated House GOP’s “Tax Reform 2.0” bill: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese predicts that Judge Kavanaugh might help “set Chevron Doctrine aside permanently”: Bloomberg Law 

Profs. Hoffman and Mayeri explain that the real threat to abortion is state-by-state restrictions 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes the ambiguity in Judge Kavanaugh’s Chevron Critique: The Regulatory Review 

Penn Law, LSE agreement “dream come true” for students interested in international affairs and law 

Prof. Berman believes Judge Kavanaugh inclined to interpret constitutional text intent rather than Founding Fathers’ intent 

Prof. Mayeri’s op-ed warns that a vote for Kavanaugh is a vote to roll back reproductive rights: New York Times 

Local Philadelphia reporter Anita Oh leaves TV to join Penn Law Class of 2021: CBS3 

In op-ed, Prof. Finkelstein argues executive privilege is the best basis to oppose Kavanaugh’s appointment: The Hill 

Trump risks leading the world into space arms race, assert Prof. Finkelstein, Nevitt: The Hill 

Assoc. Dean Rangita de Silva de Alwis writes on what the mapping of family laws globally reveals: IPS 

CP&P’s Maureen Reilly advises law students, lawyers to be thoughtful in using social media: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Finkelstein implies that John Brennan’s clearance was revoked on the basis of his political opinion: KRCR News 

Prof. Baker warns 3D printing manufacturers to take proper safeguards to protect themselves from printed gun lawsuits: WHYY 

Lawsuits against Elon Musk must prove that Tesla did not secure funding to be successful says Prof. Fisch: CNN Money 

In wake of Elon Musk tweet, Prof. Fisch says markets must learn to adjust to social media shocks: Mashable 

IS FCC subsidy funding proposal prejudicial or a genuine security concern? Prof. deLisle’s report cited: Politico 

Prof. Rudovsky explains why good district attorneys do not need experience as a prosecutor: Boston Globe 

Prof. Coglianese cited to shed light on Trump Administration’s deregulation claims: The Washington Post 

In light of proposed new tax cuts, Prof. Shuldiner’s seminal paper on indexing tax code cited: Slate 

Prof. Rudovsky analyzes why police officers rarely face prosecution for shootings: Vox 

According to Prof. Roosevelt, Birmingham courts prove savvy at leveraging laws to maintain status quo: Bloomberg Quint 

Prof. Coglianese betting on California over the EPA regarding the fuel emissions waiver: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. Finkelstein says there is no reason to revoke clearance of former intel officials despite POTUS’ remarks: KPIC.com 

Prof. Michael Knoll analyzes the removal of the physical presence rule for online sales tax: The Regulatory Review 

Prof. McKinley’s article on the administrative state hailed as “watershed piece of scholarship” 

Prof. Paoletti analyzes the future of U.S. immigration detention policies: The Regulatory Review 

Trump didn’t commit treason in Helsinki, according to Prof. Roosevelt’s analysis: Politifact 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the FDA’s plans to enforce regulations that define milk: Bloomberg 

Prof. Hoffman on validity of ad stating Kavanaugh refused to uphold ACA pre-existing condition ban: PolitiFact 

U.S. News cites Jason Juliano study on undue hardship discouraging student loan borrowers filing for bankruptcy 

Prof. Fisch comments on Darden restaurant wars with managers vs. investors: Money Show 

Prof. Roberts fears civil rights could be scaled back if Kavanaugh successfully confirmed: The Philadelphia Tribune 

Elise Kraemer highlights the advantage of Penn Law’s LLM summer program: LLM Guide 

Prof. Roosevelt on Kavanaugh’s opinion president could supersede the court’s authority: Politifact 

Prof. Galbraith notes President has authority to recognize Crimea as part of Russia: Foreign Policy 

Prof. Rudovsky on allowing cameras in Pennsylvania trial courts: The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Editorial by Domenic Powell L’20 argues for “humane” immigration agenda, abolition of ICE: Jacobin 

Is Judge Kavanaugh’s stance on Obamacare partisan or procedural? Prof. Hoffman comments: Politifact 

Part 2: Leading healthcare regulatory society profiles Cary Coglianese for his leadership: RAPS 

The real risk in the U.S. trade war with China is further escalation, according to Prof. deLisle: Knowledge@Wharton 

Explore how Penn Law’s global presence is shaping international law and policy in the Global Affairs Review 

Could Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s focus on regulatory costs upend EPA rules? Prof. Coglianese comments: E&E News 

Disney/Fox merger coming a little too close to the line according to Prof. Hovenkamp: Knowedge@Wharton 

Prof. Hoffman asserts federal judge’s ruling could thwart Trump administration’s Medicaid blueprint: CNBC 

Despite questionable ethics, Pruitt’s slow exit was strategic, says Prof. Coglianese: E&E News 

Prof. Yoo gives personal insights into Trump’s preferred SCOTUS candidate: Politico 

What will the EPA look like after Scott Pruitt? Prof. Coglianese discusses: Kleinman Center for Energy Policy 

Prof. Gordon says it’s not discriminatory to investigate potential SCOTUS candidate’s religious ties: Newsweek 

Incoming J.D. student Victoria Ochoa gives first-hand account of what’s really going on at the border: Washington Post 

Shabel Castro remembers the importance of community during her first year at Penn Law: CFES Brilliant Pathways 

Prof. Christopher Yoo discusses the legacy of SCOTUS Justice Anthony Kennedy: National Constitution Center Podcast 

Prof. Rudovsky weighs in on legality of new DNA evidence in 25-year-old case: Lancaster Online 

Dorothy Roberts takes lead in advancing research for Working Group on University connections to slavery 

Prof. Rulli discusses on the effect of “zero tolerance” on the lives of undocumented migrants: Philly.com 

Prof. Roosevelt says Rep. Waters’ statements are protected by the First Amendment: Politifact 

Prof. Allison Hoffman comments on the future of abortion rights in light of SCOTUS vacancy: The Citizen 

Leading healthcare regulatory society profiles Cary Coglianese for his leadership 

Prof. Morse discusses addiction and if a relapse during probation is grounds for incarceration: On Point Radio 

Prof. Roberts comments U.S. policies fall short of other countries in supporting families: The New York Times 

Case in Point podcast: Profs. Paoletti and Mayeri discuss U.S immigration policy and the family separation crisis 

Prof. Coglianese’s op-ed explains how Trump’s order doesn’t afford border children meaningful protection: The Hill 

Nick Bellos L’19 chimes in to explain why the Federal Register is more important than ever: Civics 101 Podcast 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the President’s Executive Order to halt the separation of families: The Toronto Star 

Prof. Hovenkamp explains how Match Group has acquired 25 dating sites: Yahoo Finance 

Amazon safe from antitrust issues despite private label success says Prof. Hovenkamp: New York Times 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes the actual legal recourse the President has to remove Robert Mueller: The Regulatory Review 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis examines the historic resolution that urges the EU to ban child marriage: Inter Press Service 

Prof. Mayeri LA Times op-ed: Family separation policy for migrants takes U.S. back to “shameful” periods in history 

Prof. Yoo comments that the sale of Fox assets to Disney or Comcast Universal raises “horizontal questions”: Variety 

Prof. deLisle speaks at inaugural Oxford Chinese Law Discussion Group 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the impact of AT&T-Time Warner deal on antitrust laws: Knowledge@Wharton 

John Bradley op-ed: Trump Foundation lawsuit shows how private charities can be used as slush funds: NBCNews.com 

Prof. Coglianese discusses what a Wheeler-led EPA could look like: Forbes 

Prof. Christopher Yoo comments on the approval of the AT&T and Time Warner merger: The Washington Post 

Prof. Finkelstein says it’s “highly improper” that Trump urges punishment for former House IT worker: The Washington Post 

Sozi Tulante: Taking Public Service to the Public: Law.com 

Prof. Burbank, NFL arbitrator, may receive request by Kaepernick’s lawyers to seek testimony by Trump, Pence in collusion grievance 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on if the President can pardon himself 

Mark Nevitt discusses three steps the US and the international community can take to address the South China Sea 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis joins High-level Group on Justice for Women at The Hague 

The Regulatory Review cited in SCOTUS amicus brief on Missouri’s licensing requirements for work-related tasks 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses how AT&T’s merger with Time Warner is in trouble: New York Post 

Prof. Fisch discusses giving voting power to investors of mutual and pension funds: Bloomberg Law 

Sozi Pedro Tulante recipient of the 2018 Nationalities Service Award, presented during Global Tastes 2018 at WHYY 

Prof. Wagner weighs in on the Play-Doh scent trademark: The Washington Post 

Wendell Holland L’11 wins season 36th season of “Survivor” 

Part Two - Prof. Dahl discusses incorporating feedback into the IPC: Above the Law 

Prof. Finkelstein comments on the legality of the President’s demand for a DOJ investigation into the FBI: NPR 

Prof. deLisle discusses Vice Premier Liu He’s visit to the U.S. and other trade topics 

Prof. Shuldiner on who will and won’t pay the alternative minimum tax: The Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Fisch comments on Sturm Ruger board facing little opposition, despite gun debate: Reuters 

Prof. Dahl discusses why law students are so interested in participating in IP law clinics: Above the Law 

Continuing tradition, annual Faculty/Staff vs 3L softball game another success 

Prof. Coglianese on striving for regulatory excellence: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese comments on signatures over federal regulations: Bloomberg Business 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway comments on how can someone be tried six times for the same crime 

Prof. Finkelstein NY Times op-ed: Was CIA’s Gina Haspel’s involvement in torture, cover-up legal and justifiable? 

Prof. Galbraith writes about the end of the Iran deal and the future of the Security Council snapback: Opinio Juris 

Allison Hoffman writes on Medicaid’s work requirements and personal responsibility policies: JAMA 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses the potential roadblocks facing a T-Mobile-Sprint merger: Knowledge@Wharton 

CERL’s Carlton Haelig and Nicholas Saidel critique AUMF, recommend replacement 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on mergers, Amazon, and consumer prices: The New York Times 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis on addressing disappearances of women and children through a gender perspective 

Prof. Burbank comments on Stormy Daniels’ defamation case against President Trump 

Prof. Coglianese’s work on performance-based regulation cited in recently released report by GAO 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the Sprint, T-Mobile deal: CBS News 

Prof. Coglianese on thinking strategically about retrospective benefit-cost analysis 

Sarah Paoletti discusses issues human trafficking victims face even after they’ve been freed: NBC News 

Mark Nevitt discusses climate change and China investing in infrastructure near the Arctic 

Sozi Tulante named as finalist for the 2018 Attorney of the Year Award: The Legal Intelligencer 

Beth Simmons named as a 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellow 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on the travel ban case going to the Supreme Court 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway comments on Serial podcast shining a spotlight on the Adnan Syed case 

Prof. Cary Coglianese and Daniel Walters discuss the future of the EPA without current Administrator Scott Pruitt 

Prof. Hoffman discusses click-by-agree clauses and the failure to read terms of service 

Prof. McKinley discusses central role of petitioning Congress: OralArgument podcast 

Prof. Hoffman analyzes Medicaid expansion in red states as Republicans push to enact work requirements 

Prof. Fisch comments on role of independent shareholders in CBS’s bid for Viacom 

Prof. Coglianese breaks down “good cause” and President Trump’s claim of authority to fire special counsel Mueller 

Read the Spring 2018 Cross-Disciplinary Newsletter 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses searching out plaintiffs to challenge Supreme Court precedents: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Coglianese unpacks the legal limits to state and municipal efforts to take climate action 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway comments on Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner’s Radical Approach Protect the City 

Elise Kraemer comments on financing an LLM and scholarships available at Penn Law: LLM Guide 

Mark Nevitt comments on the coordination of troop deployments to the US-Mexico border: Stars and Stripes 

Prof. Knoll co-writes amicus brief in Wayfair v. South Dakota, highlights Pike balancing test 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on Philly judges blocking DA Krasner’s deals for juvenile lifers 

Mark Nevitt provides four initial takeaways on the core legal issues as a “militarized border” implementation plan develops 

The Leo Model Foundation Government Service & Public Affairs Initiative hosts talk on recent developments in marijuana law and policy 

Prof. Yoo on how new privacy regulations in Europe could affect Penn students traveling abroad 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses the use of antitrust laws in the quest to break up tech giants that dominate U.S. economy 

Quattrone Center’s Paul Heaton and Amanda Woog explore how event reviews can help prevent officer-involved shootings over time 

Mark Nevitt breaks down how the President’s memo favoring a ban of transgender service members raises new questions for future litigation 

Quattrone Fellow Amanda Woog comments on effects of increased transparency in police shootings 

Maureen Reilly weighs in on how Penn Law prepares students to be practice ready for in-house general counsel 

Mark Nevitt discusses how President Trump’s proposed transgender ban breaks faith with service members: TheRegReview. 

Prof. Hoffman offers insights on accepting terms of service for online contracts: The Guardian 

Prof. deLisle on Kim Jong Un’s surprise China visit: Bloomberg 

US Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim discusses antitrust and patents at PPR and CTIC workshop 

Prof. Hoffman comments on Stormy Daniels’ NDA and courts’ ability to not enforce contracts: Washington Post 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the future of media in the U.S. versus AT&T 

Prof. Kreimer comments on PA gerrymander case, notes likely to move ahead even if SCOTUS opts out of first case: Philly.com 

Prof. Paoletti comments on the removal the phrase “nation of immigrants” from USCIS mission statement: Philly.com 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis on the role of law schools in shaping global gender justice: Inter Press Service 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses what’s at stake for tech firms in the Ohio v. Amex SCOTUS case: Knowledge@Wharton 

The Regulatory Review offers five recommendations for improving administrative government 

Prof. Fisch explains companies sometimes don’t disclose particular lawsuits to not comprise litigation position: ThinkProgress 

Frank Broomell L’19 on how AVR protects the voting rights of military members, encourages them to participate in civic life 

Prof. deLisle discusses Xi Jinping’s extended rule and what it means for for China’s economy: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Burbank, NFL arbitrator, dismisses Packers’ grievance against Martellus Bennett: USA Today Sports 

Prof. Burke White discusses Russia’s manipulation of social media sites: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Finkelstein breaks down government ethics and Jared Kushner’s downgraded security clearance: On Point - NPR 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses how the use of pardon power to end Mueller investigation could be treason: The Hill 

Prof. Coglianese’s work cited explaining public comment periods and participation in policymaking: Slate 

Prof. Sanchirico comments on how new tax law could spur swap meet for used business equipment: WSJ 

Prof. Coglianese offers insights on limits of the Trump Administration’s deregulatory push: New York Times 

Prof. Finkelstein discusses Russian efforts to influence U.S. elections: WABE News 

Prof. Robinson discusses his new book which explores vigilantism and how failures in the justice system inspires lawlessness 

Adam Finkle on the effects unsafe workplaces, challenges facing OSHA, and damage being done by the Trump administration 

Prof. Lee discusses history of the labor movement, explores fate of fair-share fees for public sector unions: ACSblog 

New book co-authored Prof. Robinson explores vigilantism and how failures in the justice system inspires lawlessness: The Crime Report 

Rangita de Silva pens tribute to the late Asma Jahangir, champion of human rights in Pakistan 

Prof. Christopher Yoo’s work cited, cautioning inclusion of broadband spending in infrastructure bill: Watchdog 

Prof. Burbank to act as independent arbitrator on the Kaepernick collusion case: Washington Post 

Prof. Fisch comments on NY AG’s lawsuit to upend the sale of the Weinstein Co.: New York Law Journal 

Prof. Kreimer calls PA Supreme Court majority opinion on gerrymandering thorough, scholarly and balanced: Morning Call 

Prof. Burke-White breaks down how academia can be an important vanguard of the emerging Fourth Industrial Revolution 

Prof. Jacques deLisle discusses why and how to increase Taiwan’s role in international organizations: Heritage 

Prof. Morse joins panel at Wharton Neuroscience Initiative Summit to discuss neuroscience and business: Penn Current 

Prof. Burke-White explains why partisan bickering gives Putin powerful tools of political influence: The Hill 

Prof. Hoffman comments on Kentucky Medicaid requirements challenged by class action lawsuit: Legal Reader 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein discusses truth and consequences of the Nunes memo: WHYY 

An adversarial system works for criminal justice, says Prof. Roosevelt, but not so for America’s democracy: PolitiFact 

Akbar Hossain L’18 comments on why Trump should expand understanding of ‘merit’ if he wants to replace diversity visa: WHYY 

A “significant development,” says Paul Heaton on City Council’s move to end cash bail in Philly: Philadelphia Magazine 

Prof. Coglianese explains why Trump’s claim that he cut 22 regulations for every new one doesn’t add up: Politifact 

Prof. Coglianese offers insights on why the regulatory machine is still functioning, despite White House optics: Marketwatch 

Eleventh annual LLM global alumni and student reception held in NYC to honor of the LLM Class of 2018 

Quattrone Center scholarship on the role of root cause analysis to learn from, and prevent officer-involved shootings 

Prof. Rulli weighs in on underrepresentation for tenants in Philadelphia’s eviction court: PlanPhilly 

Senior Fellow Paul Heaton explains how tax reform could raise car insurance rates: US News 

Prof. Coglianese questions Trump’s claim that he’s killed more regulations than any other White House during the SOTU: Marketplace 

Prof. Fisch on why Wynn Resorts directors may face the possibility of civil liability over the allegations involving CEO Steve Wynn: CNBC 

Prof. Gordon examines the First Amendment and how Jehovah’s Witnesses “brought into existence a new constitutional world.” 

Prof. Hoffman on legal challenges to Medicaid work rules: Reuters 

Prof. Sanchirico on how the GOP tax bill could lead tech companies to ship jobs overseas: Financial Times 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt shares insights on the NDS summary’s omissions on climate change and special operations forces 

Prof. Kreimer on why Pennsylvania Supreme Court, federal court rules differ on congressional map 

Prof. Roosevelt offers insights on PA Supreme Court decision on district voting maps: CBS Philly 

Prof. Coglianese discusses the Trump administration’s statements on deregulatory actions: CBS 

Prof. Rudovsky & Aaron Freiwald L’96 discuss racial inequality in the legal system on the “Good Law | Bad Law” podcast 

Research from Quattrone Center cited in NYC Comptroller report highlighted in the New York Times 

Prof. Hoffman offers insights on case involving cryptocurrency Ripple: Bloomberg 

Prof. Sanchirico on the tax bill loophole that could give Apple $4 billion: Bloomberg 

Prof. Balganesh offers analysis on copyright infringement of “Fire and Fury”: Washington Post 

Testimony from Prof. Skeel cited on Delaware bankruptcy options 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis on why the #MeToo movement disrupts the creeping commodification of feminism 

Prof. deLisle on President Xi’s New Year’s address and the future of China 

Prof. Burbank weighs in on the ability to sue the president in state court: Five Thirty Eight 

Prof. Coglianese on the credibility of Trump’s deregulation claims: Bloomberg 

Prof. Coglianese on Trump administration’s vow to step up its supervision efforts: VOA Chinese 

Prof. Coglianese fact checks Trump remarks about regulation: Daily News 

Rangita de Silva shares details on a new report from Penn Law & UN SDG Fund 

Prof. Burbank on what judges can learn from Ninth Circuit allegations & #MeToo: Law360 

Prof. Baker shares research on the regulation of robo-advisor: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Mark Nevitt analyzes Trump’s silence on climate change and how it threatens national security: Newsweek 

Penn Law Pre-College Summer Academy provides a head start to high school students interested in a legal career: Al Dia 

COP’s Jennifer Leonard L’04 shares insights on updating legal training to enhance business development 

Prof. Yoo shares what the FCC net neutrality decision means for Comcast 

Alka Pradhan, adjunct professor who teaches International Human Rights Post 9/11, profiled in New York Times 

Prof. Wax op-ed in Philadelphia Inquirer: “Why the U.S. should end low-skill immigration” 

Prof. Baker comments on case where insurer pressure may have lead to $42 million verdict 

Prof. Coglianese on poultry farmers suing to reinstate rule Trump killed 

Prof. Coglianese on Trump’s claims that federal regulations has increased over ninefold since 1960 

Prof. Burbank comments on whether Trump can be sued for defamation: Mother Jones 

Prof. Yoo comments on legal challenges to the net neutrality rollback: Wired 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on the Disney deal to buy a number of 21st Century Fox businesses: Reuters 

Prof. Coglianese on how Philly is handling bid for Amazon HQ: Philadelphia Magazine 

Prof. Baker explores the pitfalls of robo advisors 

Prof Coglianese on the possible Clean Water rule overhaul 

Prof. Coglianese comments on Trump comments at White House event touting deregulation: NBC 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt comments on the reduction of National Park lands: Newsweek 

Students from Penn Law’s Transnational Legal Clinic call for action in the cases of detained immigrants 

Prof. Ewald’s research on Penn Law founder James Wilson featured on SCOTUSBlog 

Prof. Rudovsky on Philadelphia’s progress in reining in officers who ignore the city’s stop-and-frisk guidelines 

Prof. Knoll on provision in GOP tax bill ending deductions for natural disaster losses: The Daily Beast 

Arhama Rushdi L’18 shares her experiences working in the International Refugee Assistance Project 

Prof. Roosevelt offers analysis on a controversial legal theory from Trump’s private lawyer: Politico 

Prof. Wolff on what the gay wedding cake case means for Philly laws protecting LGBT people 

Spotlight on the Penn Law Federalist Society: The Daily Pennsylvania 

Prof. Knoll examines which industries benefit from the GOP tax plan: Marketplace 

Prof. Coglianese comments on delay of decision on race, ethnicity data for census: NPR 

Prof. Roosevelt explores whether or not a president can tell the Justice Department what to do 

Prof. Morse weighs in on how criminal courts are putting brains on trial: Wired 

Prof. Rulli discusses the challenges around civil asset forfeiture: Vox 

Eleanor Barrett L’05 offers advice on choosing the right law school for an appellate career: U.S. News 

Prof. Sanchirico op-ed on The Hill: “Senate bill would enshrine international tax gimmicks” 

Prof. Yoo discusses net neutrality & the future of the internet: WBUR 

Prof. Yoo on Justice Dept. argument against AT&T’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner: Washington Post 

John Hollway discusses rare plea deal leading to a man’s freedom: New York Times 

Prof. Hovenkamp offers analysis on how antitrust law may impact net neutrality 

Prof. Yoo offers insights on FCC’s proposed reversal of net neutrality 

Prof. Hoffman on the impact of GOP tax plan elimination of medical expense deduction 

Prof. deLisle offers analysis of Trump’s Asia policy 

Prof. deLisle examines Trump’s trip to China: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Akbar Hossain L’18 gives keynote remarks at Anti-Defamation League Youth Conference 

Prof. Knoll shares how the GOP tax plan would impact real estate: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Hovenkamp weighs in on DOJ block of AT&T takeover Of Time Warner: NPR 

Prof. Hovenkamp analyzes move for AT&T, Time Warner to sell Turner: CBS News 

Penn Law celebrates Stephanos Bibas’ confirmation to the Third Circuit 

Penn Law & SDGF to release new report, “Business & Peace: How the Private Sector Can Contribute to SDG16” 

Op-ed from Prof. Sanchirico analyzes GOP plan for taxing foreign income: The Hill 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on Broadcom bid for Qualcomm: Reuters 

Prof. deLisle offers insights on Trump’s trip to Asia: Radio Times 

George Donnelly L’15 describes his “triumphant” externship 

Prof. Wolff analyzes SCOTUS case of gay couple denied service by a bakery: NBC News 

Prof. Wax essay explores sex without desire: The American Conservative 

Prof. Burke-White analyzes the impact of charges made in Mueller investigation: FT 

Prof. Morse op-ed addresses pending court decision on whether drug use by an addict is involuntary 

Prof. Wolff files amicus brief on behalf of same-sex couple discriminated against in case under SCOTUS consideration 

Commentary from Britney Wilson L’15 on NYC’s Access-A-Ride service featured on This American Life 

Prof. Hoffman weighs in on attempts to order White House to continue healthcare subsidies 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes USDA rejection of rule meant to level the playing field in meatpacking industry: Bloomberg 

Op-ed from Prof. Sanchirico: Win or lose on Amazon, Philly needs to get smart about attracting new businesses 

Prof. Hoffman analyzes Milton Hershey School contract in light of negligence claims: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on social media campaigns manipulated by Russian trolls: The Guardian 

Sharswood fellow Mark Nevitt shares insights on planning for climate change in the military 

Prof. Austin explains shopkeeper’s privilege: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Burke-White among principal investigators at Perry World House awarded Carnegie Corporation grant 

Op-ed by Prof. Sanchirico on The Hill: “White House tax plan doesn’t move past Econ 101” 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway comments on prosecutorial misconduct case: New York Times 

Voting too hard for retail investors, says Prof. Fisch: New York Times 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt offers insights on the military’s mission in Puerto Rico 

The Regulatory Review unveils new series on optimizing government 

Prof. Gordon on the impact of a judicial nominee’s ties to a religious group: New York Times 

Prof. Hovenkamp offers analysis of a possible Sprint & T-Mobile merger 

Prof. Stephen Morse cited in op-ed on Anthony Weiner’s behavior: New York Times 

Prof. Burbank submits proposed amicus brief in defamation lawsuit against Trump: Hollywood Reporter 

Report from Jack Regenbogen L’15 finds legal assistance key factor in eviction outcomes: Denver Post 

Profs. Rulli & Greenberg share 5 things lawyers should know when defending against civil asset forfeiture 

Prof. Polk Wagner discusses the legacy of Amazon’s ‘1-Click’ patent: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Wolff offers insights on anti-discrimination laws & commercial-merchant speech: SCOTUS Blog 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt addresses climate change & governance in the Arctic 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on North Korean hacks of bitcoin exchanges: BuzzFeed 

Research from SJD candidate Michal Gilad LLM’11 shows children exposed to crime rarely get needed services 

Interview with Prof. Allen shares her background in philosophy and academia 

Penn Law Class of 2020: Leave Nothing for the Swim Back 

Prof. Paoletti offers analysis on the future of DACA & immigration legislation: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Quattrone Center’s Paul Heaton on Jacksonville’s system of detaining poor defendants charged with minor crimes 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on whether environmental regulations impact jobs 

Prof. deLisle weighs in on the North Korean Crisis: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Sanchirico analyzes minimalist GOP tax reform proposal 

Prof. Paoletti shares her perspective on Charlottesville & human rights 

Op-ed cites Prof. Coglianese on whether regulation kills jobs: Huffington Post 

Prof. Morse offers insights on the hope and hype around criminal law & neuroscience 

Prof. Paoletti analyzes the impact of Trump’s travel ban: NBC News 

Ryan Galea JD/MBA ’19 on applying a legal lens to impact investing in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic 

Prof. Galbraith discusses whether other states will join California’s International Climate Pact: The Atlantic 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway comments on wrongful convictions & accountability: New York Times 

Prof. Roberts discusses the “pro-choice” paradigm: On the Media 

Prof. Bibas weighs in on the age of the plea bargain in America: The Atlantic 

Sharswood Fellow Mark Nevitt discusses conservatism & human rights 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on how Russian VPN ban may make it more difficult for multinational businesses 

Prof. Burke-White analyzes how Venezuela could find a way out of chaos 

Prof. Coglianese’s scholarship cited in op-ed on the EPA 

Prof. Burbank calls Trump transgender military ban “an engine of malice”: New York Times 

Prof. Burke-White analyzes US - Russian relations and the planned expulsion of American diplomats: DW 

Prof. Allen on living in the surveillance economy: MPRNews 

Prof. Baker weighs in on ALI’s Restatement on Liability Insurance project: Forbes 

Prof. Paoletti on what happens to foreign human trafficking victims in the United States: NBC News 

John Hollway on conviction review units within DA’s offices: The Atlantic 

Elise Kraemer on the importance of the personal statement in an LLM application 

Prof. Hovenkamp discusses why Amazon is not a monopoly: Politifact 

Prof. Tobias Wolff comments on how a tweet by a president is not policy: Politico 

Prof. Coglianese on the Trump administration’s attempts to delay regulations out of existence: Scientific American 

Prof. Roosevelt analyzes whether Trump could pardon his team, his children or himself 

Prof. Hoffman on bipartisan nature of Affordable Care Act: New York Times 

Prof. Rulli on AG Sessions’ removal of restrictions on controversial police seizures: NBC News 

Prof Coglianese weighs in on Trump admin’s use of Obamacare money to run PR effort against it 

Op-ed from Prof. Finkelstein on Donald Trump Jr.’s emails and the rule of law: APA Blog 

Prof. Rulli weighs in on AG Sessions’ aims to increase asset forfeiture: TIME 

Prof. Gelbach writes amicus brief for plaintiffs against a higher bar for expert testimony in pharma case: NLJ 

Profs. Paoletti & Roosevelt discuss Trump’s travel ban: Wharton Business Radio 

Prof. Coglianese discusses the benefits & costs of environmental regulation on the Kleinman Energy podcast 

Prof. Hovenkamp on the potential suit against Google & Facebook over lost newspaper ad revenue 

Penn Law ranked #1 law school in the country for employment outcomes: U.S. News 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt on each generation’s duty to preserve national parks: Washington Times 

Prof. Baker on whether regulators are equipped to monitor robo-advisers as fiduciaries 

Prof. Pritchett becomes Penn’s 30th provost and the first African American to hold this position: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Rulli explains the legal steps to changing the national anthem: Inverse 

Prof. Paoletti comments on the enforcement of the Trump travel ban: NBC News 

Prof. Roberts offers insights on how expanded mandated reporting laws hurt families 

Prof. Baker weighs in the increased scrutiny of robo-advisors by regulators 

Prof. Hovenkamp comments on potential Amazon & Whole Foods merger battle: The Hill 

San Francisco Public Defender cites Quattrone Center study in plan to provide attorneys to poor criminal suspects more quickly 

Prof. Coglianese underscores a weakness of the Congressional Review Act: Baltimore Sun 

Prof. Finkelstein on why Trump’s private lawyer won’t cost taxpayers: FactCheck.org 

Prof. deLisle weighs in on whether China will become a leader in clean energy: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Mayeri on loving, marriage, and (in)equality 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on whether the Democrats’ lawsuit against Trump will work or not: CNNMoney 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes study wrongly cited by politician to support withdrawal from Paris agreement: Politifact 

Scholarship from Prof. Coglianese cited by Washington Monthly 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on whether or not we know if Trump obstructed justice: WBUR 

Prof. Burbank discusses James Comey in New York Times op-ed from Roger Cohen 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway on the case against failed forensic science 

Prof. Tom Baker on the honesty of robo advisers in a post-fiduciary rule world 

Keystone Votes report highlights experiences of Penn Law students working on voter registration 

Prof. Rudovsky on what to expect as Bill Cosby’s sex assault trial begins: NY Times 

Prof. Roberts among inaugural recipients for new Penn SAS integrative global inquiries fund 

Dean Ruger explains how executive privilege could affect upcoming Comey testimony: CNN 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on the intelligence community’s war over Trump-Russia leaks 

Case in Point podcast: Tom Wyler L’08 and Jerome Aston discuss the U.S. approach to global trade agreements 

Prof. Burbank cited in op-ed on Trump & the rule of law: The New York Times 

Penn Law is #1 in the country for full time bar passage jobs and JD Advantage jobs: Law.com 

PPR’s Adam Finkel offers analysis of OSHA stance on health risk of lead dust from firearms: NPR 

PI podcast: Eleanor Acer of Human Rights First discusses refugee protection in the United States 

Prof. Burke-White offers insights on the crisis in Venezuela: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese on U.K. police use of AI to help determine if a suspect should stay in custody: BBC 

Prof. Wendell Pritchett appointed to be the 30th Provost of the University of Pennsylvania 

Prof. Knoll analyzes tax cuts for high-income taxpayers in AHCA: NBC News 

Case in Point Podcast: Prof. Yoo & Kyle Daly discuss the roll-back of the FCC’s internet privacy rules 

Prof. Skeel discusses Puerto Rico & bankruptcy on Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Baker offers analysis on NCAA’s suit to enforce lawsuit insurance claims: USA Today 

Prof. Yoo discusses founding father James Wilson on the National Constitution Center podcast 

Prof. Knoll on British Columbia’s tax breaks for businesses: The New York Times 

Op-ed from Craig Konnoth in Washington Post on harm of homophobic jokes 

Prof. Knoll breaks down pros & cons of White House tax plan: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Finkelstein on claims made by Philadelphia DA candidate Tariq El-Shabazz 

University of Pennsylvania Law Review cited in NY Times in article examining treatment of NFL draft prospects 

19th Surgeon General Vivek Murthy speaks at Penn Law 

Highlights from the Quattrone Center symposium on preventing errors in criminal justice 

Prof. Gelbach discusses proposals to break up the 9th Circuit: CNN 

Prof. Balganesh named Distinguished Visiting Scholar in IP and Technology Law at Notre Dame Law School 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway on the importance of the National Commission on Forensic Science 

Judge Anthony J. Scirica to receive 2017 American Inns of Court Professionalism Award for the Third Circuit 

Prof. Ewald on newly discovered copy of Declaration of Independence likely commissioned by James Wilson: New York Times 

Prof. Fisch comments on Bill O’Reilly’s reported $25 million parachute payment 

Regulation Fellow Shana Starobin looks to Cuba for sustainability and agroecology in practice 

Highlights from CERL’s conference on Foreign Interference with Democratic Institutions 

Prof. Roberts cited in Oprah Winfrey interview on ‘The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks’ 

Prof. Coglianese on how potential conflicts of interest may impact EPA rule-making: Politico 

Three Penn Law students are creating a group to provide mentorship for first-generation law students 

LIVESTREAM: “Foreign Interference with Democratic Institutions” featuring 2017 Hagaa Lecture from General Michael Hayden 

Highlights from the Penn Law & UNESCO High-level Roundtable on Women and Legislative Reform 

PI Podcast: Kedric Payne L’01 weighs in on ethics and environmental justice 

Prof. Bibas offers analysis on Gorsuch’s impact on SCOTUS: CBS Philly 

Spotlight on Prof. Coglianese: “The man to talk to about regulation…” 

Prof. deLisle comments on Trump’s China summit: Bloomberg 

Prof. Baker shares four ways states can prevent the Affordable Care Act from “exploding”: Vox 

Op-ed from Prof. Wolff & Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick on whether the SCOTUS vote should be filibustered 

RegBlog cited in opinion for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia 

Prof. Kreimer provided counsel for immigrant students’ victory in Lancaster school district case 

Prof. Roberts on the history of institutional racism in the U.S.: The Nation 

PI Podcast: David Daley weighs in on gerrymandering, voter suppression, and the REDMAP program 

Prof. Paoletti comments on Canada’s role in the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 

Prof. Wagner on why Facebook is proof that you don’t need an original idea to be wildly successful: Quartz 

Prof. Rudvosky offers insights on suit against VA for death row conditions 

Prof Paoletti on how there is no excuse for U.S. refusal to attend InterAmerican Commission on Human Rights hearing 

Prof. Wax discusses whether poverty harms children’s brains: AEI 

Prof. Coglianese on oil companies downplaying regulatory impact as Trump targets energy rules: Reuters 

Professors Roosevelt & Paoletti weigh in on whether the courts will permanently block Trump’s travel ban 

Prof. Paoletti discusses Trump administration skipping Inter-American Commission on Human Rights hearing 

Prof. Yoo on making the case for promoting internet connectivity: IEEE 

Yosha Gunasekara L’15 on picking the right law school for criminal law practice: U.S. News & World Report 

Prof. Roosevelt offers analysis on Trump’s new immigration ban: NBC News 

PI Podcast: David Cole on his path to becoming lawyer & his work as ACLU’s national legal director 

Study from Quattrone Center cited in New York Times coverage of the fight over bail’s fairness 

Prof. Fisch offers insights as to why departing Viacom GC to be paid two years’ salary: Bloomberg Law 

Prof. Roberts cited in op-ed on how Loving v. Virginia could have declared race a false idea: New York Times 

Prof. Coglianese to lead Administrative Conference of the United States’ committee on rulemaking 

Prof. Hoffman weighs in on terms of service agreements: The Guardian 

The Toll Public Interest Center leads law students to pro bono work: Penn Current 

PPR’s Adam Finkel on the grim connection between voting patterns and workplace deaths 

Penn Law Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic helps Penn students realize tech startup dreams 

Prof. Roosevelt speaks with George Takei at panel marking 75th anniversary of Japanese internment 

Prof. Coglianese talks regulatory excellence at Penn Program on Regulation & Brookings Institution panel 

PI Podcast: Steven Croley offers insights on the future of energy regulation 

Prof. Roberts explores the problem of race-based medicine: NPR 

Prof. Coglianese on SEC rule repeal setting the stage for unprecedented legal fight 

Prof. Yoo on the fate of the FCC’s privacy rule: Forbes 

Students from Penn Law & Penn SP2 advocate for youth facing prison time 

Prof. Pritchett discusses historic preservation for a changing city: PlanPhilly 

Akbar Hossain L’18 comments on Trump’s immigration ban: CNNMoney 

Prof. Finkelstein weighs in on the art of hostage negotiation 

Op-ed from Frank Broomell L’19 on the need for more veterans in Washington D.C. 

Dean Theodore Ruger comments on what happens next with Trump’s immigration ban: Bloomberg Politics 

Prof. Coglianese on the effectiveness of legal challenges on executive orders: Bloomberg Politics 

Prof. Morse discusses neurolaw and addiction on AEI’s Banter podcast 

Prof. Kreimer comments on whether the U.S. is facing a constitutional crisis: CNN 

Hannah Victor L’18 discusses Penn pro-life students who consider themselves feminists: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Coglianese on how Trump may face difficulty finding regulations to repeal under his “two-for-one” executive order: Wall Street Journal 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt examines Trump’s executive order on refugees & immigrants: FPRI 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein featured in program on “Trump, the Constitution and the Rule of Law” 

Prof. Coglianese on the future of Trump’s regulation executive order 

Prof. Bibas offers insights on Trump’s potential SCOTUS picks: CBS Philadelphia 

Prof. Coglianese on Trump’s choice between farmers and “big meat” lobby: Bloomberg 

Prof. Yoo on the challenges of implementing net neutrality: Scientific American 

Profile of Judge Burroughs L’88, who blocked Trump refugee & immigrant ban: Boston Globe 

James Strazzella, former Penn Law Vice Dean, passes away 

Prof. Fisch comments on scrutiny of investments for Trump’s pick for HHS secretary: New York Times 

Kimberly Kirschenbaum L’17 on Congress taking aim at gag clauses in form contracts 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on the deregulation of the American economy: WBUR 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on protections for scientists under the Trump administration: FiveThirtyEight 

Prof. Baker explains why individuals should still sign up for ACA health insurance: Consumer Reports 

Prof. deLisle on whether Trump Administration embraces ‘One China’ policy: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on whether regulations kill jobs: The Atlantic 

Jodi Schwartz L’84 comments on feeling “duty-bound” to attend the Women’s March: New York Times 

Prof. Roosevelt on the Faith & Liberty Discovery Center opening on the Independence Mall: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Morse discusses the impact of the fMRI on the 25th anniversary of its invention 

Adjunct Prof. Jay Clayton L’93 tapped to be head of the SEC: ABC News 

Op-ed from Nathan Emmons L’17 examines the prison pandemic 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway on the possibility of a conviction integrity unit for the 4th Judicial Circuit Court of FL 

Sharswood Fellow Adnan Zulfiqar joins Tumblr’s “Answer Time” on Aleppo and Syria 

Take a look back at this year’s highlights at Penn Law 

Safra Catz W’83 L’86 joins executive committee of President-elect Trump’s transition team 

Op-ed from Prof. Yoo on the 1 World Connected initiative to bring the internet to billions: Quartz 

Prof. Rudovsky analyzes whether testimony from past accusers be allowed in the Bill Cosby trial: NBCNews 

Case in Point podcast: Bill Burke-White and Jerome Ashton on the future of the TPP 

Prof. deLisle on what Trump’s mixed signals on China could mean for his strategy: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Op-ed from Rangita de Silva de Alwis asks who will speak for the women of the world now: The Hill 

Op-ed from Akbar Hossain L’18 shares his experience as a Muslim immigrant: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Op-ed from Britney Wilson L’15 on race, disability, and police brutality: The Nation 

Prof. Roosevelt comments on faithless electors & voting reform: New York Post 

Op-ed from Prof. Yoo on avoiding the pitfalls of mobile fragmentation 

Prof. Kreimer comments on the legality of a national registry of Muslim immigrants 

Prof. Knoll on the potential conflicts of interest posed by Trump’s business relationships: The Christian Science Monitor 

The Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic on how to bring out the inner entrepreneur in law students: Financial Times 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt in TIME: “The Debate Over Japanese Internment Is Deeply Flawed” 

Prof. Roosevelt on Trump’s plans to register Muslims: Philadelphia Magazine 

Prof. Roosevelt explains how the Electoral College could elect Hillary Clinton: Philadelphia Magazine 

Case in Point podcast: Christopher Yoo and Stephanie Beasley discuss the challenges of self-driving vehicles 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on whether the electoral college elect Clinton: FactCheck.org 

Prof. deLisle offers analysis on the potential for a trade war between the U.S. and China 

Analysis from Prof. Coglianese on whether government is truly broken: RegBlog 

Fernando Chang-Muy encourages students to engage with nonprofits & policymakers: Generocity 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on the future of civil rights under a Trump administration: Financial Times 

Prof. Baker explains what happens if you sign up for an Affordable Care Act plan now: Consumer Reports 

Prof. Galbraith on what powers Trump may have with a Republican Congress: The Week 

Prof. Wolff on what’s at stake for LGBTQ & minority communities over the next four years: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on Donald Trump and the Supreme Court 

Prof. Baker on what Trump’s win could mean for Obamacare insurance coverage: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Dean Ruger comments on what Trump’s presidential win means for key issues: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. deLisle weighs in on whether Hong Kong’s ‘one country, two systems’ status is in jeopardy 

Jeffrey Vagle weighs in on the legal ramifications of ex-Playboy playmate’s charge in body shaming case: NBC News 

Case in Point Podcast: NPR’s Nina Totenberg sits down with Dean Ruger to discuss her insights on covering SCOTUS 

Prof. Roberts weighs in on the shifting landscape in biosocial science: Harvard Gazette 

Prof. Austin’s year-long Visual Legal Advocacy seminar teaches how to make a case from behind the camera 

PI Podcast: Akbar Hossain L’18 speaks with Director of The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans 

Prof. Paoletti comments on the detention of immigrant families at the Berks County Residential Center 

Prof. Yoo on how the presidential election outcome may impact an AT&T-Time Warner merger 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on the legality of blocking SCOTUS nominations: CBS Philly 

Case in Point podcast: Adam Finkel discusses cost perception and the politics of regulation 

Prof. Morse offers insights on how neuroscience is used in the law on the Ethically Sound podcast 

Prof. Knoll on Trump’s past lobbying for tax changes forgiving real estate losses: NBC News 

Prof. Knoll op-ed examines how Trump’s taxes can tell us if he is a business genius or failure: Washington Post 

Prof. Burbank examines if other nations will react to bill allowing Saudi terror suit: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Fisch discusses the Wall Street probe of LendingClub’s founder: Bloomberg 

Prof. Knoll offers analysis on the tax code & Donald Trump: New York Times 

Prof. Balganesh explores how Gandhi interacted with the copyright law: The Times of India 

Prof. Rudovsky analyzes the legality of stop-and-frisk: Politifact 

Prof. Baker on the future of insurance liability cases 

Prof. Robinson offers insights on the use of solitary confinement: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. Knoll comments on Trump’s tax plan: Bloomberg 

Prof. Burke-White explores how Venezuela can avoid collapse: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese testifies before U.S. Senate subcommittee on regulatory analysis for independent federal agencies 

Op-ed from Quattrone Center fellow Megan Stevenson on pretrial incarceration: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Mayeri discusses how the effects of E.R.A.’s defeat are unknown: New York Times 

Prof. Skeel appointed to Puerto Rico oversight panel formed by the White House: Bloomberg 

Prof. Bibas among top 25 law professors cited by judges: Wall Street Journal 

Prof. Bibas comments on case challenging fixed bail schedules: Los Angeles Times 

Quattrone Center studies on cash bail featured in Philadelphia Inquirer 

Op-ed on voting rights from Deuel Ross L’09: New York Times 

Prof. Skeel comments on Trump casinos’ tax debt settlement: New York Times 

Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes L’18 on the power of role models: New York Times 

Prof. deLisle comments on whether China’s latest economic data is a sign of deeper disconnects 

10 Questions with Dean Ruger in The Philadelphia Lawyer 

PI podcast: Joanna Visser Adjoian L’10 discusses juvenile justice reform 

Jeffrey Vagle offers analysis on whether Pokémon Go is racially biased: Christian Science Monitor 

On Case in Point, Prof. Roosevelt unpacks the issues critical to the debate over gun control 

Prof. Wagner weighs in on how Instagram’s Snapchat-like Stories feature is legal: WIRED 

Prof. Roosevelt analyzes how the presidential election will impact SCOTUS: Fox News 

Sharswood Fellow Adnan Zulfiqar weighs in on terror attacks claimed by ISIL: CCTV 

Prof. Fisch comments on whether a DOL fiduciary rule creates a new right to sue: Think Advisor 

Quattrone Center Fellow Megan Stevenson on why poor, low-level offenders often plead to worse crimes: The Atlantic 

Trailblazing female jurist Norma Shapiro L’51 has passed away 

Prof. Roosevelt examines his great-great-grandfather’s legacy: Time 

Prof. Skeel comments on how Trumps Atlantic City casinos went bankrupt: New York Times 

Sharswood fellow Adnan Zulfiqar discusses the aftermath of the failed coup in Turkey: CCTV 

Prof. Roberts on how the myth of biologically distinct races affects law & policy: Penn Gazette 

Prof. Skeel comments on congressional report about the 2008 financial crisis: New York Times 

Prof. deLisle weighs in on the South China Sea arbitration decision: FPRI 

Op-ed from Prof. Burke-White analyzes whether China will abide by the South China Sea decision: CNN 

Prof. Robinson on when cops legally shoot people in America: VICE 

Prof. Burke-White explains how Venezuela fell apart: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Yoo offers insights on retail cybersecurity: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt weighs in on SCOTUS affirmative action and immigration rulings: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Dean Ruger analyzes the 2016 term of the U.S. Supreme Court: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Rulli comments on PA attorney general’s seizure of $1.77 million: The Morning Call 

Read Dean Ruger’s 2012 amicus brief in the SCOTUS affirmative action case Fisher v. UTexas 

Prof. Roosevelt offers insights on the SCOTUS affirmative action & immigration rulings: CBS Philly 

Prof. Klick comments on the Hershey School board’s lavish spending: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Baker comments on drop in malpractice verdicts: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

Prof. Wolff weighs in on what the Orlando shooting will mean for gun control: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Yoo comments on upholding of “net neutrality” rules: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Berman explores how the rules of organized sports can be studied as legal systems on “Case in Point” 

Sharswood Fellow Craig Konnoth on HIPAA, medical privacy in aftermath of Orlando attack: CNN 

Prof. Wolff looks at the evolution of LGBT rights under Obama: NPR 

PI podcast: LSC’s James Sandman L’76 on the critical importance of civil legal aid 

Prof. Abrams provides analysis for how racial bias may have impacted the Stanford rape case 

Prof. Burbank weighs in on Donald Trump’s attacks on judge’s ethnicity: TIME 

Prof. Skeel explains what’s at stake in Puerto Rico’s debt crisis on “Case in Point” 

Quattrone Center’s John Hollway on juvenile parole in wrongful conviction cases: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Fisch explains how ‘dark money’ distorts the political process: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Roberts comments on genetic study showing how slavery and the Great Migration shaped the U.S. 

Prof. Skeel analyzes India’s new bankruptcy law: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Coglianese explores how robot regulators could eliminate human error 

Prof. Kreimer examines the response to the SCOTUS Obergefell ruling: ABA Journal 

Prof. Rudovksy comments on possibility of Bill Cosby facing an accuser at pretrial hearing: New York Times 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on proposed organic food regulation: Bloomberg 

Prof. Rulli calls for protection of innocent victims from civil forfeiture: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Roosevelt comments on SCOTUS’s ideological deadlock: New York Times 

Vote for Prof. Roosevelt’s book “Allegiance” to win the 2016 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction 

Prof. Burbank discusses Rule 37’s raised standards for electronically stored information: Penn Record 

Sharswood Fellow Sara Mayeux explains how to fix public defense system: The Nation 

Prof. Rudovsky reviews due process in murder case: Philadelphia Magazine 

Prof. Gordon uncovers the history of the separation of church and state 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt calls for action on SCOTUS nomination of Merrick Garland 

Max Weiss L’16 & Prof. Pritchett author op-ed on public school funding 

Penn Law featured as a “legal history powerhouse” by Brian Leiter 

Prof. Rudovsky discusses rejected appeal in Bill Cosby sexual-assault case: Los Angeles Times 

Prof. Wagner weighs in on Google’s foray into the digital library business: Knowledge@Wharton 

COP’s Jennifer Leonard details top business skills law students should build: U.S. News 

Penn Program on Regulation’s RegBlog marks its fifth anniversary 

Prof. Coglianese highlights overlooked question in SCOTUS immigration case: Christian Science Monitor 

Sharswood Fellow Craig Konnoth analyzes PA’s LGBTQ discrimination ban 

Watch Sec. Clinton’s remarks from Penn Law’s inaugural Women’s Summit 

Prof. Wagner weighs in on the battle between a moonshiner & university over rights to ‘Kentucky’: New York Times 

Transnational Law Clinic leads Human Rights Commission hearing on refugee children & families 

Prof. Wolff analyzes North Carolina’s anti-discrimination law: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Morse discusses the emerging field of neurolaw: All in the Mind radio 

Judge Edmund B. Spaeth Jr., longtime Penn Law Lecturer, has passed away 

Prof. Wolff cited by Eastern District judge in class certification denial in Amtrak litigation 

Prof. Roberts explores the racial care gap in medical treatment: PBS 

Prof. Morse on Alaska’s plan to abandon longer sentences for mentally ill: The Guardian 

Dean Ruger weighs in on the Senate’s responsibility to consider SCOTUS nominee 

Prof. Pritchett examines higher education regulation in RegBlog essay series 

Prof. Roberts named a “Woman Inspiring Change” by Harvard Law 

Op-ed from Prof. Tobias Wolff addresses anti–trans bathroom bills: The Nation 

Prof. Wolff comments on Judge Garland’s centrist position on business: New York Times 

Women’s Summit honors Linda Shi L’09, Safra Catz W’83 L’86, Hillary Clinton, and more: Technical.ly Philly 

Jeff Vagle weighs in on the iPhone privacy battle between Apple & the FBI: Salt Lake Tribune 

Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic’s Kara Finck & Jennifer Nagda on protections for immigrant children 

Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic works to provide normalcy for foster youth 

Quattrone Center analyzes nationwide expansion of conviction integrity units 

Study from Quattrone Center & UC Berkeley tallies costs of wrongful convictions: San Diego Union-Tribune 

Jeff Vagle discusses why healthcare is the next big target for cyber criminals: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on federal judge ruling that filming police isn’t a constitutional right 

Tess Wilkinson-Ryan explains the psychology of consumer contracts and decision-making on the “Case in Point” podcast 

Prof. Fisch analyzes pipeline company merger in Deal Book: New York Times 

Prof. Wolff comments on the big #SCOTUS win for same-sex adoption: Slate 

Prof. Pritchett analyzes the history of segregation in Washington, D.C.: Washington Post 

Jeff Vagle analyzes the threat to consumer privacy in Apple’s standoff with the FBI 

Prof. Robinson explains the case against solitary confinement: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. deLisle analyzes the new Chinese rules on foreign firms’ online content: New York Times 

Prof. Roosevelt op-ed in TIME: “Donald Trump is wrong about torture” 

Prof. Roosevelt on how an evenly split Supreme Court could impact consumer issues: Bankrate 

Jeff Vagle discusses the fight between Apple & the FBI over access to attacker’s iPhone: Bloomberg Business 

Legal scholars from Penn Law reflect on Justice Scalia’s legacy: Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Roosevelt on how Obama’s successor could oversee SCOTUS makeover: Roll Call 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the challenge of finding a successor for SCOTUS Justice Scalia 

What’s next for SCOTUS? Prof. Roosevelt on the impact of Scalia’s death: CBS 

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt weighs in on Justice Scalia’s legacy: Politico 

Prof. Wendell Pritchett comments in profile of NYC’s first lady, Chirlane McCray: New York Times 

Watch Prof. Roberts discuss the problem with race-based medicine in a talk for TEDMED 

Is it time to stop using race in medical research? Prof. Dorothy Roberts talks to NPR 

Prof. David Abrams on the current challenges in patent law: MIT 

PPR’s Adam Finkel on how corporate-funded research is corrupting America’s courts and regulatory agencies 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes how Volkswagen & Flint water scandals point to weakness in US environmental protections 

Prof. Roosevelt examines the future of abortion rights & regulations in an op-ed for JURIST 

Penn Law adjunct Bob Zauzmer named acting U.S. pardon attorney: Washington Post 

New “Case in Point” episode examines how IP and patent law are transforming modern commerce 

Prof. Roberts & SAS Prof. Tishkoff call attention to the use of race in human genetic research 

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt reviews Richard A. Posner’s latest book in the New York Times 

Prof. Kreimer on President Obama’s likelihood of becoming a SCOTUS justice: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. Skeel analyzes the case for allowing U.S. states to declare bankruptcy: Bloomberg Business 

Institute of Law and Economics panel weighs in on Volkswagen corporate scandal 

Transnational Legal Clinic calls for IACHR hearing about Central Americans held in detention 

Op-ed from Prof. Robinson explores how use of nonlethal weapons can help police avoid fatal mistakes 

Prof. Pritchett interviewed on anniversary of HUD: C-SPAN 

Op-ed from Prof. Berman explores Fisher v. University of Texas and judicial restraint 

Op-ed from Prof. Robinson examines the legal limits of “Yes Means Yes”: Chronicle of Higher Education 

New “Case in Point” episode explores the changing international economic order 

Prof. Dorothy Roberts & CTIC’s Jeff Vagle examine the history of racial surveillance: The Hill 

RegBlog series: Will the Paris agreement make a difference? 

Prof. Burbank weighs in on Chief Justice’s praise of limiting litigant information access: New York Times 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt proposes a New Year’s resolution for America: The Hill 

Prof Rudovksy discusses the case law Prosecutor McGinty used in the Tamir Rice probe 

Prof. Roosevelt fact checks Ted Cruz’s free speech claims: Des Moines Register 

Judge Arlin Adams L’47, a “giant in the law,” has passed away 

ELC students gain practical experience while assisting startup’s launch: Forbes 

Prof. Roberts comments on Arizona abortion ban based on race and sex: Christian Science Monitor 

Jeff Vagle analyzes remarks from Rubio and Cruz about domestic surveillance 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt explores lessons U.S. should learn from Japanese internment during WWII: Daily Beast 

Can federal prosecutors free Wu-Tang’s album from Martin Shkreli? Prof. Rulli comments in The Atlantic 

Op-ed from Prof. Robinson on how the Black Lives Matter movement can improve justice system: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Roosevelt analyzes ruling that counseling agency can’t skirt contraception insurance 

Penn Law event brings out legal tech entrepreneurs: Bloomberg BNA 

Jeff Vagle on whether lawyers should learn to code 

Prof. Abrams on why patent trolls are not all bad: Knowledge@Wharton 

Op-ed from Prof. Yoo discusses the biggest threat to U.S. internet companies: Fortune 

New “Case in Point” episode features Florida Panthers CEO Rory Babich L’89 

Prof. Fisch analyzes the U.S. goverment’s bond-fraud pursuit: Bloomberg Business 

Penn Law conference explores PTSD among veterans 

Prof. Yoo offers insights, analysis ahead of net neutrality court face-off 

Prof. Coglianese comments on the greatest causes of climate change in the U.S.: Quartz 

Jeff Vagle weighs in on what you need to know before buying and flying a drone: NBC Philadelphia 

New “Case in Point” episode examines the roots of the EU migration and refugee crises 

Op-ed from Prof. Kermit Roosevelt explores U.S. policy in reaction to terror attacks: Roanoke Times 

Quattrone Center’s Paul Heaton calls for federal probe of Orange County justice system over jailhouse informants 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein analyzes the ethics of autonomous military drones: The Daily Pennsylvanian 

Prof. Bibas comments on Delaware’s plans to eliminate cash bail 

Prof. Rudovsky on how PA’s Supreme Court race was the most expensive judicial election in U.S. history: The Atlantic 

Quattrone Center’s Paul Heaton examines intermittent sentencing: The Guardian 

Prof. Bibas weighs in on the scrutiny of Delaware’s cash bail system 

Prof. Paoletti examines the economic impact of teen migrants and the refugee crisis: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Yoo predicts future impacts of FCC regulation of broadcast media: Cato Institute 

Op-ed from Prof. Roosevelt in The Washington Times examines birthright citizenship as a constitutional principle 

Prof. deLisle analyzes the impact of China’s five-year plan: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Kara Fink examines if parental poverty & homelessness constitutes child neglect 

Penn Law to honor a life cut short: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Sarah Hughes, 1L and Olympic gold medalist, on “leaning in” 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses the legacy of Mitsuye Endo: The Hill 

Prof. Rudovsky weighs in on data revealing six in 10 Delaware inmates are black 

Prof. Baker looks at the role of insurance in an aunt’s lawsuit against 12-year-old: The Guardian 

Jeff Vagle examines how crypto from Google & Apple is not enough: Christian Science Monitor 

Prof. David Abrams on whether longer prison sentences prevent gun violence: The Marshall Project 

Penn Law named the top law school for career prospects by Princeton Review 

Read the Fall 2015 Cross-Disciplinary newsletter 

Prof. Burbank comments on the future of class-action cases: Wall Street Journal 

Nadia Banteka SJD’17 cited in Bloomberg View op-ed: “Russia Confirms the UN’s Irrelevance” 

Prof. deLisle comments on China’s reassertion of claims in South China Sea: VICE 

Prof. Jacques deLisle weighs in on Chinese vs. Western views of Xi Jinping’s U.S. visit 

Prof. Jacques deLisle & Jeffrey Vagle discuss the U.S.-China Cyber Espionage Agreement on Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Rulli weighs in on the big business of civil asset forfeiture: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Yoo comments on why Google may face a new antitrust inquiry over Android: USA Today 

Prof. Coglianese analyzes Volkswagen’s emissions crisis: Knowledge @ Wharton 

Prof. Morse discusses study that finds brain stimulation can alter our desire to punish wrongdoers 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on justice system crisis highlighted by Pope Francis’s Philadelphia prison visit: The Guardian 

Prof. Coglianese comments on a proposed ban on styrofoam containers: San Diego Union-Tribune 

Adjunct Prof. Penny Ellison connects homeless teens with shelter animals: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Sarah Paoletti analyzes Europe’s migrant crisis: Knowledge@Wharton 

Prof. Rudovksy analyzes Baltimore’s $6.4 million Freddie Gray settlement: Washington Post 

Prof. Coglianese comments on new timeline for comment on overtime rule: Washington Examiner 

Prof. deLisle comments on the first state visit to the U.S. by the president of China: South China Morning Post 

Prof. Coglianese weighs in on the battle to overhaul overtime: Washington Post 

Prof. Yoo on why cyberwar is so hard to define: Forbes 

Prof. Roosevelt discusses what’s next for the Kentucky clerk who won’t issue same-sex marriage licenses: Time 

Prof. Wachter cited by Forbes on the Dole Foods case and the good side of shareholder litigation 

Prof. Paul Robinson discusses when cops should use deadly force: The Atlantic 

Prof. Coglianese comments on marketplace lenders taking a self-regulatory step 

Prof. Wolff comments on the status of social security benefits for same-sex couples: NY Times 

Prof. Coglianese on why GOP presidential contenders can’t stop Obama’s executive actions: National Jourrnal 

The Economist profiles research by Prof. Sarah Barringer-Gordon on church, state & early America 

Prof. Balganesh comments on whether prints sold on Sellfie qualify as fair use 

Jeffrey Vagle on the legal viability of facial recognition by thermal imaging: The Daily Dot 

Adjunct Prof. Joseph Frumpkin L’85 named Dealmaker of the Week 

Prof. Skeel comments on government pension cuts tangled in legal rulings: New York Times 

Prof. Gordon examines religion in American public life on the latest episode of Case in Point 

Prof. Galbraith analyzes the Security Council’s Iran deal and a way around the “reverse veto”: Opinio Juris 

Jeffrey Vagle on how government limitation of potentially dangerous software is fraught with difficulties 

Prof. Morse analyzes the radical challenges of neurolaw on the Case in Point podcast 

Where’s HUD? Prof. Pritchett offers an in-depth look in an op-ed in The Hill 

Spotlight on Joe Lovett L’95, founder and executive director of Appalachian Mountain Advocates 

Jeff Vagle analyzes data security, hacks, and ISIS communications: FOX 

Prof. Knoll on Dennis Hastert, sexual abuse, and tax-free settlements: Chicago Tribune 

Profs. Bibas and Roosevelt discuss the decrease in SCOTUS decisions: Quartz 

Prof. Rulli cited in Philadelphia Inquirer editorial on civil forfeiture 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on Indiana’s ‘Religious Freedom’ law as LGBT activists call for protection from discrimination 

Profs. Lee & Gordon discuss the history of claiming rights in America: BackStory Podcast 

Op-ed from Paul Robinson takes on complicated criminal codes: LA Times 

Prof. Baker explains insurance coverage and risk for the Olympic Games: Boston Globe 

Gary Clinton, Dean of Students, writes letter to the editor on ‘Equal Dignity’: NYT 

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt questions if Texas can defy SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling: CNN 

Adam Finkel on the Methodology of Unequal Risk investigation 

Prof. Tobias Wolff analyzes the SCOTUS marriage equality ruling on MSNBC’s The Ed Show 

Prof. Roosevelt comments on SCOTUS upholding ACA subsidies: WBUR’s On Point 

Lisa Margulies L’12 and Jesse Krohn L’11 listed as young leaders in the legal community 

Dean-Designate Ruger discusses colleges and healthcare reform: Cosmopolitan 

Rangita de Silva de Alwis speaks at UN States Parties Conference on Disabilities 

Jeff Vagle weighs in on how wearable tech may create new legal problems 

John Hollway op-ed in The Crime Report: “When Mistakes Happen in Justice” 

Prof. Jill Fisch weighs in on Treasury trading inquiry: Bloomberg Business 

Prof. Robinson on using solitary confinement as punishment: Christian Science Monitor 

Penn Program on Regulation hosts panel on climate change 

Prof. Roosevelt weighs in on the SCOTUS Facebook threat case: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Knoll discusses the impacts of SCOTUS’s decision to end tax discrimination on Case in Point 

Dean Ruger on challenges to the Affordable Care Act on new Case in Point episode 

Prof. Rudovsky comments on police paid by energy company to deter protests 

Andrew Towne L’15 tells of surviving Nepal quake on Mt. Everest: Philadelphia Inquirer 

Prof. Yoo comments on internet fragmentation in developing countries: Wall Street Journal 

Jeff Vagle comments on ACLU case against police license plate data collection 

New Case in Point episode discusses how to successfully publish fiction 

Prof. Kreimer comments on how a new PA Supreme Court impacts public schools 

Penn Law no. 1 for placing students in long-term, full time jobs requiring bar passage 

Article by Prof. Coglianese called “definitive assessment” of EPA voluntary programs 

Fairness, criminal justice, and “Serial” on the “Case in Point” podcast 

Prof. Yoo comments on EU antitrust charges against Google: NPR 

Prof. Burke-White weighs in on Brazil’s Petrobas scandal: Knowledge @ Wharton 

PPR’s Adam Finkel comments on call for ballpark bacon ban: Philadelphia Inquirer 

ACS BookTalk features Prof. Sophia Lee’s new book on right-to-work laws 

New episode of “Case in Point” looks at deregulating America’s big banks 

Students at Penn Law advocate for Philadelphia public school families 

Op-ed by Prof. Roosevelt in The Hill: “It’s not about religious liberty” 

Prof. Rudovsky analyzes Cleveland cases involving excessive use of force by police 

Op-Ed by Prof. Coglianese in LA Times: “There’s an easy way to untangle regulatory knots” 

Prof. Morse explains why how you think about legal insanity matters: io9 

Dean-Designate Ruger on what sets Indiana’s “religious freedom” law apart: ABC News 

New episode of “Case in Point” looks at healthcare exchanges and their future 

Prof. Baker on bill protecting doctors against malpractice suits: New York Times 

The New Yorker features work by Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice 

Prof. Tobias Wolff weighs in on the Indiana “religious freedom” law: The Ed Show 

Prof. Coglianese comments on report that Obama has issued 468,500 pages of regulations 

Prof. Bibas analyzes the dismissal of charges in 40-year-old cold case 

L.E.A.R.N. conference explores holistic approaches to education 

Sharswood Fellow Sara Mayeux on unconstitutional prison overcrowding: Newsweek 

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Incoming dean Ted Ruger talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer about Penn Law’s future goals 

Op-Ed from Prof. Yoo on why net neutrality rules kill startup culture: Fortune 

Experts look at outside approaches to criminal justice reform on Case in Point 

Prof. Yoo joins panel debate on net neutrality: Mobile World Live 

Op-ed: Prof. deLisle analyzes advances in rule of law in China 

Prof. Baker sees politics at work in SCOTUS arguments on Affordable Care Act: CBS Philly 

Prof. Roosevelt: No need for SCOTUS Justices’ recusals from same-sex marriage case 

Video: Prof. Morse presents on agency, responsibility, and the brain 

Prof. Yoo comments on the FCC’s upcoming net neutrality rules: Forbes 

Prof. Mooney comments on Jeb/Columba Bush finance flap: Washington Post 

Prof. Yoo Fortune op-ed: How new regulations hurt both sides of net neutrality debate 

Prof. Rudovksy weighs in on PA’s death penalty moratorium 

Prof. Skeel discusses changing federal law to allow state bankruptcy 

Prof. Yoo weighs in on America’s net neutrality battle: The Guardian 

Prof. Skeel’s latest book reviewed in The Washington Post 

Jean Galbraith writes on deadlines and state behavior in international law 

Op-ed from Prof. Burke-White on Palestine’s application to join the ICC: Project Syndicate 

Prof. Wolff discusses the impact of the Defense of Marriage Act’s Section 2: SFGate 

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Prof. Fisch analyzes ruling that lets companies shift legal fees to investors bringing lawsuits 

Prof. Rudovsky on PA fugitive Frein’s first court appearance: Philadelphia Inquirer