Quotes in the News Media


The following is a sampling of some of Washington University School of Law faculty's wide-ranging expertise featured in the news media. Please note that some links to external news sources may no longer be available.  

May 2016

May 10: Professor Mae C. Quinn, a nationally recognized scholar in criminal justice and professional ethics, discussed some of the concerns about drug courts in a video that accompanies a story on the topic on lawstreemedia.com. Read more 

May 9: The scholarly writing of Professor Lee Epstein, a leading researcher on judicial behavior, was cited in a LaCrosse Tribune story about the five female judges on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Read more 

May 8: Professor Elizabeth Hubertz, an expert in environmental law, was quoted in a story in the Peoria Journal Star about the timing and chances of a decision in Illinois on whether a livestock farm would be built near a pristine creek. Hubertz also supervised the oral arguments of third-year law student Austin Moore before the appellate court. Read more 

May 7: Professor John Inazu, a national authority on freedoms of speech, assembly and religion, received strong reviews for his new book, Confident Pluralism, from Legal Theory and Mirror of Justice 

May 6: Professor Kimberly Jade Norwood, an expert on racial identity issues, explained the subtleties of the St. Louis Desegregation Plan to vox.com in its coverage of a case involving an African American student who was barred from returning to a city school after he moved outside the district. Read more 

May 6: Professor John Inazu, an expert on freedom of speech, assembly, and religion, gave a presentation on practicing tolerance and humility rather than protest and defensiveness. The presentation, which underscored the themes of his new book Confident Pluralism, was featured qideas.org. Watch 

May 5: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an authority on international income tax law, told the Miami Herald that foundations set up by a company in Panama appear to be designed to shield the identity and interests of the owner. Read more 

May 3: Professor Rebecca Dresser, an expert in biomedical ethics, told NPR that drug companies need to better inform volunteers of risks to avoid repeating the tragedy in a French clinical trial earlier this year. Read more 

May 2: The writings of Professor John Inazu, an authority on freedoms of speech, assembly, and religion, were cited in a story in Commentary about why politicians shouldn’t fight dirty. Read more 

May 2: Professor Peter Joy, an expert in criminal justice and trial practice, explained to lawnewz.com that Brendan Dassey, featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer, is unlikely to get a new trial because of ineffective counsel. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

April 2016

April 30: Professor Hillary Sale, an authority on corporate and securities law, expressed concern to the San Francisco Chronicle over Facebook’s plan to issue a third class of stock that would cement Mark Zuckerberg’s control of the company. Read more (subscription required)

April 29: Professor Peter Joy, an expert in criminal justice and trial practice, was quoted in a Missouri Lawyers Weekly story about the limited impact of releasing the names of the grand jurors in the Michael Brown case. Read more 

April 28: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert on health law and policy, told the St. Louis American that Missouri SJR 39, which would have allowed exemptions for businesses with religious objections to sexual preference, also could have trumped both individual rights and government impartiality. Read more 

April 26: St. Louis Public Radio covered the presentation of Justice John Paul Stevens in Graham Chapel that included a panel discussion with Dean Nancy Staudt and Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert on Constitutional Law and Stevens’ former clerk. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the National Law Journal (subscription required).

April 25: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert on health law and policy, told the Kansas City Star that a bill to allow certain businesses to discriminate against gay people, if they had a religious objection, could have unintended consequences. Read more 

April 23: A memo co-authored by Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert on health law and policy, drew praise from St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Tony Messenger for arguing against a bill in the Missouri Legislature that would allow certain businesses to discriminate against gay people, if they had a religious opposition to same-sex marriage. Read more 

April 22: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert on free speech and the law of politics, told wjla.com that senators quietly meeting with Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland were giving themselves political cover without directly defying Sen. Mitch McConnell’s wish to snub the nominee. Read more 

April 21: Professors from Washington University were cited in a Riverfront Times story that suggested Missouri SJR 39, called the Religious Freedom Bill, would have allowed murder. The bill was defeated. Read more 

April 18: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert in health care law, told The Atlantic that the “Religious Freedom” law in Mississippi proves especially troublesome when doctors and counselors refuse services to LGBTQ patients on the basis of religious beliefs. Read more 

April 18: Professor Lee Epstein, a national authority on Supreme Court behavior, supported in part Sen. Charles Grassley’s assertion in The New York Times that the Supreme Court was to blame for the increased role of ideology in confirmation proceedings. Read more 

April 17: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, told Agence France Presse that he expected the court to keep immigration laws in federal control in its ruling on a case that would shield more than 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. Read more 

April 16: Professor Gregory Magarian, who has written extensively on the balance between first- and second-amendment rights, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that courts have been reluctant to rewrite gun regulations. Read more 

April 15: Professor Neil Richards, an international authority on privacy issues, told The Washington Post that Microsoft’s suit against the government to protect the privacy of its customers could lead to legislation to clarify the issue. Read more 

April 15: Professor Neil Richards, an expert on privacy issues, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal on the importance of companies such as Microsoft protecting the civil liberties of their clients. Read more (subscription required)

Similar coverage appeared on Fox Business.

April 14: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert in health care law, told the St. Louis American that a law passed recently in Mississippi allowing business owners to refuse service to people because of the owners’ religious beliefs was unconstitutional. Read more 

April 13: Professor Hillary Sale, an expert in corporate governance, told marketplace.org that banks lack transparency in reporting how much they spend on compliance. Read more 

April 13: Professor Hillary Sale, an expert on corporate governance, questioned the “independent” standard of board members in a Fortune story about a potential shakeup on the board of Chipotle. Read more 

April 13: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, told PolitiFact Arizona that former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer misspoke when she said Arizona’s immigration law mirrors the federal statute. Read more 

April 13: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert in health care law, told Sirius XM that Mississippi’s “Religious Freedom” law affects single parents and unmarried women disproportionately. Listen 

April 13: Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship an Immigration Services, told USA Today that states that would benefit from President Obama’s expansion of deferred action on immigrants, face tough legal hurdles in challenging state laws. Read more 

April 8: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an expert of tax law and public policy, told Knowledge@Wharton that the Treasury Department’s new rules on tax inversions treat the symptoms, not the problem. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared on Foreign Policy (subscription required) and Bloomberg News.

April 7: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, commented to Bloomberg News on a ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that forces Arizona to issue drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants with deportation deferrals. Listen 

April 7: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an expert on international tax law and policy, told Singapore Today that the courts will give the Treasury Department leeway in applying the new tax rules about inversions that blocked the Allergan-Pfizer merger. Read more 

April 6: Professor Gregory Magarian, an authority on the law of politics, told CNBC that any action the Republican National Committee takes to unbind delegates could be seen as a power grab. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared on Minnesota Public Radio.

April 6: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an authority on tax law and policy, told the Los Angeles Times that the definition of an “American” company has become blurred with the rise in tax inversions. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Roanoke Times.

April 1: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former general counsel for U.S. citizenship and immigration, wrote a commentary in Fortune, arguing that immigration should not be a disruptive political issue. Read more 

March 2016

March 31: Professor Kimberly Norwood, nationally respected for her research on black identity issues, was quoted in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch commentary, urging passage of a bill to limit the ability of cities to use traffic court as a revenue source. Read more 

March 31: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert in constitutional law, wrote a commentary for acslaw.org, debunking the NRA’s contention that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland is hostile to gun rights. Read more 

March 31: Professor Kimberly Norwood, an expert on race, class, and public education, noted the fallacy of defining segregation goals by where people live, versus where children attend school, in a desegregation story on vox.com. Read more 

March 30: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an expert on tax law and policy, spoke on Minnesota Public Radio about corporate tax inversions and why the topic has remained on the political back burner. Listen 

March 30: Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on judicial behavior, told The New York Times that the Supreme Court tries to avoid 4-4 rulings, despite the split decision that allows unions to collect dues from nonmembers. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Boston Globe, Houston Chronicle, Kansas City Star, and Tampa Bay Times.

March 29: Professor Neil Richards, an international authority on privacy law, told arstechnica that Apple doesn’t have a legal right to know how the FBI unlocked the phone of one of the San Bernadino shooters. Read more 

March 29: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert in the law of politics, told PBS.org that the chances of a brokered Republican convention were 50-50. Read more 

March 28: Professor Kathleen Clark, a leading expert on legal ethics, countered charges in a story on policifact.com that Hillary Clinton offered public thanks to contributors to the Clinton Foundation. Read more 

March 26: Professor Kimberly Norwood, an authority on black identity issues, noted the racial and economic divide in municipal policing policies in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch commentary. Read more 

March 25: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert on the law of politics and First Amendment issues, explains the sense of unease at Emory University campus to the Christian Science Monitor after pro-Trump chalk messages appeared on campus sidewalks. Read more 

March 24: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, an expert on health care law and policy, discussed with Bloomberg.com whether religious nonprofit organizations should be required to provide employees with access to contraceptive products and the implications of a case that was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. Listen 

March 24: Professor Adrienne Davis, an expert on the law and popular culture, moderated a panel discussion on hip-hop that was featured in the St. Louis American’s coverage of the Haute Hip-Hop exhibit. Read more 

March 23: Professor John Inazu, an expert on freedom of religion, told the Washington Post that Senator Ted Cruz’s proposal to increase police patrols of Muslim neighborhoods would have difficulty withstanding a constitutional challenge. Read more 

March 21: Research by Professor Lee Epstein, a pioneer in empirical legal studies, was referenced in a si.com story that Merrick Garland could be the swing vote on NCAA antitrust cases. Read more 

March 18: Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on empirical judicial decision-making research, explained her findings to the Tampa Bay Times, indicating that Merrick Garland’s appointment could make the U.S. Supreme Court the most liberal in 50 years. Read more 

March 17: Professor Gregory Magarian, who has written extensively on the law of politics, told vox.com that it’s too late for a third-party conservative candidate to thwart Donald Trump. Read more 

March 17: Professor Lee Epstein, an expert on the history of the U.S. Supreme Court and judicial behavior, told slate.com that Merrick Garland is likely to vote in line with the ideology of Barack Obama, shifting the court to the left. Read more 

March 16: Professor Gregory Magarian, an authority of the law of politics, told the International Business Times that John Kasich’s victory in Ohio makes a brokered convention more likely and Paul Ryan’s job more difficult. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in Bloomberg Politics, Bellingham (Wash.) Herald, Chicago Tribune, and Duluth News Tribune.

March 16: Research by Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on empirical legal studies and judicial decision-making, was used in a series of graphics in the Wall Street Journal, showing how the face of the U.S. Supreme Court could change with the appointment of Merrick Garland. Read more 

March 16: Professor Lee Epstein, nationally respected for her research on the U.S. Supreme Court and judicial decision-making, told The New York Times that the appointment of Merrick Garland could make the court the most liberal in the last half-century. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in Investor’s Business Daily.

March 15: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert on free-speech issues, joined a panel on St. Louis Public Radio that discussed Missouri’s proposed religious shield law and pending Supreme Court decisions. Listern here 

March 12: The research of Professor Lee Epstein, an expert on the Supreme Court and judicial behavior, was quoted in the New York Times about how business-friendly the Roberts Court has become. Read more 

March 9: Professor Gregory Magarian, known for his expertise in free speech, told Minnesota Public Radio that the spate of protests at rallies and speeches is also a form of protected speech. Read more 

March 9: Professor Neil Richards, an international expert on privacy and surveillance, told Ars Technica that law enforcement officials should expect creative uses for new technologies in crimes. Read more 

March 7: The findings of Professor Lee Epstein, a leading authority on empirical legal research, were quoted in The New Yorker’s article on corporate influence over the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more 

March 7: Professor Kathleen Clark, an authority on legal ethics, was quoted in the National Law Journal about the Justice Department’s push for more transparency. Read more (subscription required).

March 6: Professor Gregory Magarian, an expert on the law of politics, told lawnewz.com that the Republican establishment could take the nomination from Donald Trump at the convention. Read more 

March 4: Professor Hilary Sale, an expert in securities regulation and corporate governance, was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle story on Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad’s legal troubles at his previous job. Read more (subscription required)

March 4: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch quotes Professor Kimberly Norwood, an expert on racial bias in the courts, in an editorial urging consolidation of municipal courts in St. Louis County. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in The St. Louis American.

March 3: Professor Kimberly Norwood, an authority on civil procedure, was quoted as the voice of dissent in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch story about the Missouri Supreme Court’s inability to consolidate St. Louis County’s municipal courts. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared on St. Louis Public Radio’s website.

March 3: Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on the Supreme Court, was quoted on CNBC’s website, saying the eight remaining justices are eager to avoid 4-4 splits. Read more 

March 3: Professor Lee Epstein, a leading researcher on Supreme Court history, was quoted in The New York Times about the number of cases that could be overturned if a more moderate judge replaces Justice Antonin Scalia. Read more 

March 1: Professor Neil Richards, an international expert on First Amendment privacy issues, wrote an opinion piece for MIT Technology Review on Apple’s assertion that forcing it to write code for the FBI violates its free speech protection. Read more 

March 1: Professor Peter Joy, an authority on trial practice and criminal justice, told the ABA Journal that lawyers need guidance when facing a defendant with limited-scope representation. Read more 

February 2016

February 29: Professor Neil Richards, an expert on First Amendment privacy issues, was quoted on the ABC News website in a story about Apple’s fight with the FBI as the latest in a series between tech companies and the government. Read more 

This story from the Associated Press also appeared on stltoday, the News Factor Business Report, The Albuquerque Journal, scnow.com, Top Tech News, Columbus Dispatch, Contra Costa Times, Houston Chronicle, KHOU-TV online, Tampa Bay Tribune, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Oklahoman Online, salon.com, San Francisco Chronicle, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Times, and WFED-AM Online.

February 29: Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on judicial behavior, was quoted in the Deseret News, saying the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia could shift the decision on an abortion case in Texas with national implications. Read more 

February 29: Professor Kimberly Norwood, an expert in product liability law, predicted in Missouri Lawyers Weekly that punitive damages could be overturned on appeal in a case linking talcum powder to ovarian cancer. Read more 

February 28: Professor Neil Richards, renowned in the field of information law, was quoted in a USA Today story comparing Apple’s legal struggles versus the FBI with Microsoft’s antitrust issues of the late 1990s. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Asbury Park Press, Delaware News Journal, Democrat and Chronicle, Des Moines Register, Detroit Free Press, Indianapolis Star, Louisville Courier-Journal, and Tennessean.

February 25: Professor Gregory Magarian, nationally recognized as an expert in law and religion, was quoted in a St. Louis Review article about an abortion case in Texas. Read more 

February 25: The work of Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on judicial behavior, was cited in a Sports Illustrated story on the judges who will decide the fate of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the Deflategate case. Read more 

February 25: Professor Elizabeth Hubertz, an authority on environmental law, was quoted on St. Louis Public Radio’s website about environmentalists suing the EPA over water pollution standards. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in The Missouri Times.

February 24: Professor Neil Richards, an international authority on intellectual privacy, told The New York Times that privacy issues in the FBI’s legal battle with Apple over accessing the phone of a suspected terrorist could become more pervasive in the future. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Silicon Valley Business Journal, the Japan Times, Deccan Herald and the Tampa Bay Tribune 

February 23: Professor Neil Richards, an authority on First Amendment protection of privacy, explained the complexities of Apple’s stance to protect its customers’ privacy in Bloomberg Business. Read more 

February 21: Professor Peter Joy, well-respected for his writings on criminal justice and trial practice, told dailykos.com that lack of transparency in grand jury proceedings contributes to the failure to prosecute in police killings. Read more 

February 21: Professor Lee Epstein, who has written extensively on the U.S. Supreme Court, was quoted on Fox News “Journal Editorial Report” about at-risk precedents following the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. Read the transcript here 

Similar coverage appeared in The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

February 20: Professor Neil Richards, an international authority in free-speech protection, explained Apple’s shift in philosophy to protecting their customers’ privacy in a story in USA Today. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Asbury Park Press, Des Moines Register, Detroit Free Press, Indianapolis Star, Lower Hudson Journal News, Delaware News Journal, Tennessean, and WUSA-TV’s website.

February 19: Professor Brian Tamanaha, a renowned scholar on law and society, observed in Big Law Business that a PhD is becoming the norm for law school professors. Read more 

February 19: Professor Lee Epstein, an expert on the U.S. Supreme Court, was quoted in The National Law Journal for a story about potential replacements for Associate Justice Antonin Scalia who are from non-Ivy League schools. Read more 

February 19: Professor Lee Epstein, renowned for her empirical legal research, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about delays in picking replacements to the Supreme Court. Read more 

February 19: Professor Neil Richards, internationally recognized as an expert on privacy and information law, defended in Ars Technica Apple’s reluctance to decrypt the phone of the shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attacks. Read more 

Februrary 19: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein was quoted in the Boston Globe regarding the vacancy left in the Supreme Court by Justice Scalia’s death. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Alaska Dispatch News.

February 18: The obituary of former Dean Edward “Tad” Foote appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Read more 

February 18: Professor Neil Richards, renowned author of a book on intellectual privacy, called customers’ trust “essential” in a USA Today story on Apple’s struggle with the FBI over accessing the phone of a suspected terrorist. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Asbury Park Press, Des Moines Register, Detroit Free Press, Indianapolis Star, and KHOU-TV Online.

February 18: Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on judicial behavior, predicts in The New York Times that an Obama appointee to the Supreme Court could overturn at-risk precedents. Read more 

February 18: Professor Lee Epstein, renowned author of books on judicial behavior, told The New York Times that the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia could lead to the most liberal Supreme Court in decades. Read more 

February 17: Professor Neil Richards, an international expert and author on intellectual privacy, discussed the public’s ever-increasing reliance on companies such as Apple to safeguard their privacy from the federal government in a story in USA Today. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the St. Louis Business Journal Asbury Park Press, Des Moines Register, and KHOU-TV Online.

February 16: Professor Greg Magarian, an authority on the law of politics, appeared on Fox 2 News to discuss the short-term implications for the Supreme Court with the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. Watch the interview 

February 16: Professor Stephen Legomsky, an expert on immigration law, told Law360 that the death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia improves the outlook for President Obama’s immigration policies. Read more 

February 15: Professor Kathleen Clark, an expert of legal ethics, defended in Corporate Crime Reporter the actions of lawyers who blew the whistle on illegal wiretapping by the Justice Department. Read more 

February 15: Professor Greg Magarian, an expert on constitutional law, spoke to Marketplace about Justice Scalia’s position on corporate influence in the political process. Listen here 

February 14: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein was quoted in The New York Times regarding Justice Scalia’s rulings during his lifetime. Read more 

February 14: Research from Professor Lee Epstein, an authority on empirical legal studies and judicial decision-making, was used in a New York Times story and graphic comparing the voting record of Justice Antonin Scalia to his colleagues on the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more 

February 12: David Deal, co-director of the Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic, was quoted in Missouri Lawyers Media on the growth of intellectual property law in the last decade. Read more 

February 11: Professor Neil Richards, an expert on privacy issues, commented on more aggressive law enforcement tactics in surveillance in a story in the Wall Street Journal. Read more (subscription required)

February 9: Professor Lee Epstein, an expert on the Supreme Court of the United States and judicial behavior, was quoted on Slate.com for a story about Ted Cruz’s criticisms of Chief Justice John Roberts. Read more 

February 9: Professor Kimberly Jade Norwood, who has written extensively on race, class, and public education, was a guest on NPR’s “Practically Speaking,” discussing the fault lines that have caused the erosion of Black America’s belief in equal treatment under the law. Hear more 

February 8: Professor Ronald Levin, an authority on administrative law, was quoted in the Northwoods River News, criticizing a bill in the Wisconsin Assembly that would require legislative oversight of many executive regulatory rules. Read more 

February 8: Professor Elizabeth Sepper, a health law scholar who explores morality and ethics, told Modern Healthcare that the Supreme Court of the United States is unlikely to hear a case about pharmacist’s ability to refuse to fill prescriptions because of religious beliefs. Read more 

February 8: Professor Peter Joy, an expert criminal justice and trial practice, was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, saying a murder conviction from 1997 should be overturned based on a videotape containing inconsistent testimony. Read more 

February 5: Professor Neil Richards, author of Intellectual Privacy: Rethinking Civil Liberties in the Digital Age, was quoted in The New York Times about the difficulties a blogger will face in her crusade to have YouTube remove videos of her family. Read more 

February 3: Professor Ronald Levin, an authority on administrative law, expressed concerns to Bloomberg News’ “Pension & Benefits Daily” about the risks of stalemate if Congress is required to approve all changes to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Read more 

February 1: Professor and trial practice expert Peter Joy published a Letter to the Editor in The New York Times on inadequate funding of public defense offices at the state and local levels. Read more 

January 2016

January 31: Professor Adam Rosenzweig, an expert in tax law and tax policy, was quoted in a column in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about corporate inversions, in which a U.S. company moves its legal incorporation offshore. Rosenzweig favors basing a company’s tax treatment on where it earns most of its income, rather than where it’s incorporated. Read more 

January 29: Professor and public interest law expert Karen Tokarz was quoted in a story on St. Louis Public Radio’s website in favor of the consent decree from the Department of Justice regarding changes in Ferguson’s police department and court system. Read more 

January 29: Professor Neil Richards, an expert on privacy issues, was quoted in Ars Technica, praising the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit for considering a case on the implications of cell-site stimulators, known as stingrays, which can intercept data from a target phone. Read more 

January 25: Professor Hillary Sale, an expert in corporate governance, was quoted in a column in the San Francisco Chronicle that urged CEO Jack Dorsey to resign from Square and focus on Twitter. Read more 

January 21: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, wrote an op-ed in The Huffington Post on SCOTUS deciding whether a single state can sue the federal government to block the government’s ability to establish immigration enforcement priorities nationwide. Read more 

Prof. Legomsky also was invited to be a regular guest blogger for The Huffington Post. 

January 19: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, was quoted in The Washington Post regarding the SCOTUS ruling on President Barack Obama’s instituting the Deferred Action for Parents of American and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in: Politico.com, The Boston Herald, The Beaufort Observer, NPR, The Toledo Blade, El Universal, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

January 19: Professor and biomedical ethics expert Rebecca Dresser appeared on KMOX-AM to talk about her New York Times letter to the editor regarding the Presidential administration’s cancer research being our “moon shot.” Read transcript 

January 15: Professor Ronald Levin, an expert on administrative law, was quoted in the Columbian about a U.S. House of Representatives bill on a bipartisan commission to identify regulations that should be repealed. Read more 

January 14: Professor and criminal law expert Peter Joy was quoted in St. Louis Magazine’s legal column on rethinking incarceration of nonviolent offenders and lawyers’ use of social media to investigate prospective jurors. Read more 

January 14: Professor and biomedical ethics expert Rebecca Dresser had a letter to the editor published in The New York Times on the Presidential administration’s fight against cancer. Read more 

January 13: Professor and judicial behavior expert Lee Epstein’s research on the loyalty effect of judges was referenced in an article in The Huffington Post that examined recent strides in the courts regarding same-sex marriage. Read more 

January 13: WashULaw Clinic student Jacob Blanton published an op-ed in The St. Louis American criticizing policies in which the economically disadvantaged are charged by courts. Read more 

January 11: Professor and judicial behavior expert Lee Epstein’s research on gender differences in judges’ decisions in sex discrimination cases was cited in an editorial in the National Law Journal, which advocates more women in the judiciary. Read more 

January 7: Religion and law scholar and Professor John Inazu published an op-ed in USA Today regarding SCOTUS hearing a case on First Amendment rights. Read more 

January 7: Professor and health law scholar Elizabeth Sepper was quoted in a Modern Healthcare blog on how “My abortion” stories by legal professionals were meant to sway SCOTUS and change public perceptions. Read more 

January 6: Professor and Constitutional Law expert Lee Epstein was quoted in The Huffington Post regarding President Obama’s measures to prevent gun violence. Read more 

January 6: Religion and law scholar and Professor John Inazu published an op-ed in The Washington Post on the subject of Evangelicals and the Black Lives Matter movement. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in Constitution Daily.

December 2015

December 31: Professor Peter Joy, well-known for his work in legal ethics and criminal justice, explained to The Guardian the power of the prosecutor to sway a grand jury, especially in cases where a police officer faces criminal charges. Read more 

December 31: Professor and director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy was quoted in Rawstory on district attorneys prosecuting police officers who have killed, while also having to work with police on a day-to-day basis. Read more 

December 30: Professor John Inazu, an authority on freedom of religion, told the Washington Post that religious leaders missed a chance to stand up for religious freedom by remaining silent on Muslim persecution. Read more 

December 29: Professor and colorism expert Kimberly Norwood discussed biases in life, lawmaking, and decision-making on WNPR, Connecticut’s NPR station. To listen 

December 20: Professor and SCOTUS scholar Lee Epstein said in a Washington Post story that empirical research indicates that the “loyalty effect” is much stronger for Democratic-appointed SCOTUS justices than for Republican justices. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the ABA Journal and The Orange County Register.

December 18: Professor and government ethics expert Kathleen Clark was quoted in a Washington Post story about most states prohibiting elected officials from using their position to advocate for or against a political candidate. Read more 

December 18: Religion and law scholar John Inazu published an op-ed in The Los Angeles Times on the Japanese American internment during WWII. Read more 

December 18: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, commented in The Huffington Post that, if elected president, Donald Trump would not have any legal authority in immigration bans. Read more.  

December 17: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, commented in Atlanta Journal-Constitution that a rift opens between Georgia’s Republican leaders over Syrian refugees and said Deal’s actions raise “very serious constitutional questions.” He also highlighted how the federal government — not the states — has authority over resettling refugees. Read more.

December 17: Professor and expert in free speech Gregory Magarian was quoted in CBS news on the unlikelihood of Republicans facing a brokered convention in July 2016. Read more 

December 16: Professor and constitutional law expert Gregory Magarian was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on First Amendment issues and a proposal to revoke the scholarships of Missouri athletes who participate in strikes or other protests. Read more 

December 13: Professor and religion and the law scholar John Inazu was quoted in The Washington Post/Crux regarding Muslims being targeted in negative political rhetoric and the opportunity for religious freedom advocates to speak out against this. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in Arab News. 

December 13: Professor and constitutional law expert Pauline Kim commented on KWMU (St. Louis Public Radio) about whether multi-district litigation would be a huge cost savings in the Ashley Madison case.  Read more 

December 10: Professor Stephen Legomsky, an expert on immigration law and policy, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the state of Georgia could be sued for denying aid to Syrian refugees. Read more 

December 8: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former general counsel for U.S. citizenship and Immigration, told the Huffington Post that Donald Trump would have no legal authority to ban all Muslims. Read more 

December 8: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal Law Blog about constitutional challenges to immigration restrictions facing tough hurdles. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared on Breitbart.

December 7: Professor Stephen Legomsky, renowned for his expertise in immigration law, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the rift between Georgia’s governor and attorney general over accepting Syrian refugees could put them at odds with federal law. Read more 

December 7: Professor and director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy  was quoted in the St.  Louis Post-Dispatch legal standards involving a homeowner’s decision to shoot at boys rifling through a car, tragically killing one. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in Missouri Lawyers Weekly.

December 7: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, commented in Newsworks.org regarding whether Delaware has a choice in accepting Syrian refugees.  Read more 

December 5: Professor and family law scholar Susan Appleton was quoted in the Chicago Tribune regarding birth fathers fighting through the courts for larger roles in the adoption process. Read more 

December 4: Professor John Inazu, who has written extensively on freedom of religion, wrote a commentary for CNN.com on the divide between those who believe in a God who intervenes in the world and those who do not, in the aftermath of the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. Read more 

December 3: Professor and government ethics expert Kathleen Clark commented on a case about lawyers as whistleblowers in Bloomberg Big Law Business. Read more 

December 1: Professor and director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy was quoted in the St.  Louis Post-Dispatch concerning Missouri’s 2007 self-defense law, known as the castle doctrine, and its possible use as a defense of a man who killed a 13-year-old boy while he was stealing from his car. Read more 

November 2015

November 30: Professor and corporate law scholar Andrew Tuch was quoted in The New York Times concerning a Delaware court upholding an award against RBC Capital and the role of investment bankers as “gatekeepers.” Read more
Similar coverage on Reuters newswire.

November 26: Professor and family law scholar Susan Appleton was quoted in the Austin-American-Statesman on the subject of laws barring gays and lesbians from adopting children. Read more 

November 24: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, was quoted in The Washington Post regarding the state of Indiana refusing to accept Syrian refugees. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in the IndyStar, USA  Today, Philly.com, and The Columbian. 

November 23: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former general counsel for U.S. citizenship and immigration, told dailykos.com, in a story about the plight of Syrian refugees, that terrorists would avoid entering the U.S. through the refugee process. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in an earlier issue of Dailykos.com.

November 20: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, was interviewed by WUIS Springfield (Illinois Public Radio) on state governors denying Syrian refugees admittance into their states. More
Similar coverage appeared in The Independent (UK), The Huffington Post, USA Today, andThe Tennessean. 

November 19: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former general counsel for U.S. citizenship and immigration, was quoted in a New York Times story about the governor of Connecticut welcoming Syrian refugees. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Indianapolis Star.

November 19: Professor and immigration expert Stephen Legomsky was quoted in a U.S. News & World Report story following the Paris bombings about the hurdles facing Syrian refugees trying to relocate to the United States. Read more 

November 19: Alumni Greg Aycock was interviewed by I Am the Law host Mike Spivey about representing plaintiffs at his solo medical malpractice firm. The show was also featured in a U.S. News blog. I Am the Law is a weekly podcast about law jobs and is produced by nonprofit legal education policy organization Law School Transparency. More 

November 18: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, commented in The Huffington Post regarding terrorists entering the United States as refugees. Read more 

November 18: Professor Karen Tokarz, director of the Negotiation & Dispute Resolution Program and the Civil Rights, Community Justice & Mediation Clinic, was mentioned in the St. Louis American. Tokarz brought three of her students to the Missouri Court of Appeals to address a Missouri Supreme Court-appointed work group reviewing municipal courts and suggesting reforms. Read more 

November 17: Professor and immigration expert Stephen Legomsky was quoted in a Wall Street Journal story about a governor’s attempt to block Syrian refugees from settling in their states. Read more (subscription required)

November 16: Professor and family law scholar Susan Appleton was quoted in MY AJC for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding same sex couples becoming adoptive or foster parents. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in the Austin American-Statesman. 

November 16: Professor Stephen Legomsky, former chief counsel of U.S. citizenship and Immigration Services, commented in USA Today regarding governors’ power to close their states to Syrian refugees. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Burlington Free Press, Democrat and Chronicle Online, Des Moines Register, Detroit Free Press, Indianapolis Star, KHOU-TV online, Oklahoman, Tennessean, and WFAA-TV online.

November 12: Professor and health law scholar Elizabeth Sepper was quoted in the Kansas City InfoZine regarding the Supreme Court birth control challenge. Read more 

November 11: Professor and expert in free speech Gregory Magarian commented in the Columbian Missourian regarding the vagueness of the MU police’s suggestion to report “hateful and/or hurtful speech.” Read more 

November 10: Professor Elizabeth Hubertz, attorney for the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic, was quoted on St. Louis Public Radio regarding clean water regulations. Read more 

November 10: Professor and privacy expert Neil Richardswas quoted in the Library Journal on the importance of privacy and free speech in an online world. Read more 

November 10: Professor, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, and expert in labor and employment law Peggie Smith commented in Fortune on minimum wage issues. Read more 

November 10: Professor and governmental ethics expert Kathleen Clark was mentioned in PEN America’s report on national security whistleblowers. (Link not available)

November 6: : Professor and expert in privacy and free speech Neil Richards commented in the Los Angeles Times on a partnership between TiVo and Viacom designed to help advertisers target TV viewers with specific commercials. Read more 

November 5: WashULaw’s Black Law Students Association and Women of Color Law Society were mentioned in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article as co-sponsors for a panel at Washington University discussing racial disparity in debt judgments. Read more 

November 4: Professor and legal education scholar Brian Tamanaha was quoted in Diverse Issues in Higher Education regarding the dearth of minority representation in the legal profession. Read more 

October 2015

October 24: Professor and health law scholar Elizabeth Seppercommented in Modern Healthcare regarding the ACLU’s hunt for the best challenge to Catholic hospitals’ ethical rules. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in The Guardian. 

October 22: The St. Louis American published an article by WashULaw student and editorial intern Kevin Flannery on the reconsideration of juvenile life-without-parole sentences. Read more 

October 22: Professor and expert in securities law and corporate governance Hillary Sale was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle regarding a move by Nasdaq to open private stock up to more investors. Read more 

October 20: Professor and expert in securities law and corporate governance Hillary Sale appeared on KPLR News 11, providing strategies for effective self-advocacy in various situations, including interviews, salary negotiations, and pitches. More  

Similar coverage appeared on Fox2now.com. 

October 15: Professor Karen Tokarz,director of the Negotiation & Dispute Resolution Program and the Civil Rights & Community Justice & Mediation Clinic, was mentioned in The St. Louis American as participating in a ProPublica panel at WashULaw on “The Color of Debt: How Collection Suits Squeeze Black Neighborhoods.” Read more 

October 14: Professor and government ethics expert Kathleen Clark commented in Seven Days (Vermont’s Independent Voice) regarding Vermont’s gubernatorial candidates raising money from special interest groups. Read more 

October 5: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law & Justice Clinic Mae Quinn was interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio regarding systemic problems in Missouri’s juvenile justice system. Read more 

October 5: Professor and SCOTUS scholar Lee Epstein was quoted in Aljazeera America regarding the liberal shift in the Supreme Court of the United States. Read more.


October 1: Professor and expert in governmental ethics Kathleen Clark commented in The Tampa Bay Times Pundit Fact regarding a viral image that claims Bill and Hillary Clinton stole $200k in furniture, china, and artwork from the White House when they left. Read more 

September 2015

September 30: Professor and expert in governmental ethics and whistleblower law Kathleen Clark commented in SC Magazine regarding Edward Snowden’s new Twitter account. Read more 

September 29: Professor and corporate law scholar Andrew Tuch commented in Nasdaq.com regarding lawsuits that have accused banks of giving tainted deal advice to investors. Read more
Similar Coverage appeared on Reuters. 

September 29: Professor and SCOTUS scholar Lee Epstein was quoted in USA Today regarding Chief Justice John Roberts’ Supreme Court over the last decade. Read more 

September 28: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein was quoted in The New York Times discussing Chief Justice John Roberts’ conservative record. Read more 

September 28: Professor and privacy law expert Neil Richards was quoted in The New York Times regarding police use of surveillance technology to covertly track criminal suspects and on the Fourth Amendment. Read more 

September 17: Professor, Vice Provost, and employment law expert Marion Crain commented in the Journal-Sentinel Politifact Wisconsin regarding whether federal laws against extortion apply to unions. Read more 

September 16: An essay titled, “Want a vibrant public square? Support religious tax exemptions,” by Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu appeared in The Washington Post. The essay draws from Inazu’s forthcoming book, Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference. Read more 

September 16: Professor and expert in free speech Gregory Magarian was quoted in The Riverfront Times regarding some Missouri judges opting out of allowing same-sex marriage at the courthouse. Read more 

September 11: Professor and privacy law expert Neil Richards work with Jonathan King, “Big Data Ethics,” was favorably cited in the European Data Protection Supervisor’s report on digital ethics. (Link not available)

September 10: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein appeared on CNN to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s role in the 2016 election.  

September 9: Professor and privacy law expert Neil Richards co-authored an article in The Guardian regarding Facebook’s testing of a new digital assistant called “M.” Read more 

September 8: Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic Maxine Lipeles was recognized in the eNews Park Forest as the recipient of the Sierra Club’s William O. Douglas Award. The award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding use of the legal/judicial process to achieve environmental goals. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 

August 2015

August 30: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein’s research was quoted in Daily Kos regarding the future of the Supreme Court. Read more 

August 28: In a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article, Professor Maxine Lipeles, director of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic, criticized Ameren’s placement of new air monitors to detect concentrations of sulfur dioxide pollution. Read more 

August 21: Professor and privacy law expert Neil Richards discussed online privacy and protection in the fallout of breached data on the Ashley Madison adultery website with Hari Sreenivasan on the PBS NewsHour. Read more 

August 9: Professor and Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy commented in the Los Angeles Times regarding the American Bar Association considering implementing new rules to require national accredited law schools to release more information on attrition rates. Read more 

August 8: Professor, Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic and expert in legal ethics Peter Joy explained in the Belleville News-Democrat why it was important that St. Clair County State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly call for a special prosecutor to investigate Coroner Rick Stone. Read more 

August 5: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn published an op-ed in The St. Louis American to the U.S. Dept. of Justice report’s findings in its investigation of the St. Louis County Juvenile Court. Read more 

July 2015

July 28: Professor David Law and Mary-Anne Pazanowski, a seinor legal editor for Bloomberg BNA’s Health Law Reporter, discussed a federal appeals court ruling striking down a North Dakota statute banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. They spoke with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio’s Bloomberg Law. Listen here 

July 27: Professor and director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn’s scholarship “In Loco Juvenile Justice: Minors in Munis, Cash from Kids, and Adolescent Pro Se Advocacy – Ferguson and Beyond” was mentioned in the Minnesota Lawyer. Read more 

July 23: Professor and privacy law expert Neil Richards commented on Ars Technica regarding the privacy rights associated with pocket dialing and the precedent that the recent ruling of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals will have. Read more 

July 19: Professor and expert in securities and corporate governance Hillary Sale commented in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on the increase in compensation for Minnesota CEOs. Read more 

July 17: Professor and expert in securities and corporate governance Hillary Sale commented in the San Francisco Chronicle regarding whether Silicon Valley should discontinue “peer grouping” to determine CEO pay, saying the peer groups “are very subjective, and they have been manipulated.” Read more 

July 10: Professor and Director of the Negotiation & Dispute Resolution Program and the Civil Rights, Community Justice & Mediation Clinic Karen Tokarz was featured as a member of the Ferguson Commission Working Group in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch photo collage. Read more  

July 8: Professor and expert in family law Susan Appleton participated in a panel discussion on SCOTUS, The DOJ Ferguson report, gun violence, and more on KWMU St. Louis Public Radio’s St. Louis on the Air. Read more and Listen 

July 7: The work of the law school’s Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic was mentioned in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article on the Franklin County approval of coal ash landfill zoning amendments. Read more 

July 1: Professor and Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy commented in the ABA Journal on whether a former federal prosecutor breached his ethical duty under the D.C. ethics rules. Read more 

June 2015

June 30: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein was quoted in The New York Times regarding a series of liberal decisions delivered by the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more

Similar coverage citing the law school’s Supreme Court Database project through the Center for Empirical Research in the Law appeared in this New York Times article.

June 30: Professor, expert in free speech, and former Supreme Court clerk Gregory Magarian commented on KWMU St. Louis Public Radio on arguments raised by critics of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rulings. Read more 

June 30: Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu discussed in The Washington Post founder Bill Levin’s First Church of Cannibis in Indiana and whether the church would have been protected before Indiana’s Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA). Read more 

June 29: Professor and expert in free speech Gregory Magarian commented on YAHOO! Politics regarding how state fights against same-sex marriage may backfire. Read more  

June 29: Professor and expert in biomedical ethics Rebecca Dresser commented in the Cantech Letter regarding medical ethics issues surrounding brain death. Read more 

June 29: Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu commented in Christianity Today regarding whether protests against the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage would do any good. Read more 

June 29: Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu’s scholarship “A Confident Pluralism” appeared in the Southern California Law Review and was mentioned in PrawfsBlawg. Read more 

June 26: Professor and expert in free speech Gregory Magarian and Professor and Director of the Negotiation & Dispute Resolution Program and Director of the Civil Rights, Community Justice & Mediation Clinic Karen Tokarz were included in a St. Louis Public Radio article analyzing the fundamental right to same-sex marriage found in the 14th Amendment. Read more 

June 26:Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu commented in The Washington Post regarding the federal government’s potential withholding of tax exempt status, contracts or accreditation from religious institutions that oppose gay marriage. Read more 

June 25: Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu’s article “The Incomprehensible Witness of Forgiveness” appeared in The Hedgehog Review. The article explored the forgiveness imparted by family members of those massacred in Charleston. Read more  

June 21: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn’s testimony before the Ferguson Commission concerning the targeting and prosecuting of youth was referenced in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Read more 

June 20: Professor and privacy expert Neil Richards was quoted in the Lebanon Democrat regarding the alleged hacking of a Houston Astros website by the St. Louis Cardinals. Read more 

Similar coverage appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

June 18: Professor and expert in free speech Greg Magarian participated in a legal roundtable on St. Louis Public Radio’s “St. Louis on the Air,” which included discussion on a grand juror’s lawsuit against St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullough. Read more/Listen 

June 17: Professor and Supreme Court expert Lee Epstein was quoted in The New York Times regarding ideological shifts by individual Supreme Court justices. Read more  

June 16: Professor and expert in securities and corporate governance Hillary Sale commented in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch regarding company disclosures about political spending. Read more  

June 15: Professor and Constitutional Law expert David Law discussed a federal appeals court ruling reinstating abortion limits in Texas on Bloomberg Radio’sBloomberg Law.” Listen here  

June 14: Professor and privacy expert Neil Richards was mentioned in an article on Concurring Opinions regarding how much people care about privacy. Read more 

June 13: Professor and Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic Peter Joy was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch regarding a challenge to the St. Louis Zoo’s ban on carrying weapons. Read more 

June 12: Professor and expert in free speech Greg Magarian commented on St. Louis Public Radio regarding the St. Louis Zoo’s ban on carrying weapons. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 

June 12: Professor and privacy expert Neil Richards commented in U.S. News and World Report on citizens’ willingness to give up privacy for security. Read more 

June 11: Professor and Director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute Leila Sadat commented on U.S. Official News (Pakistan) regarding the Syrian civil war and referring the Syrian situation to the International Criminal Court. (Link unavailable)

June 5: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn was interviewed on Atlanta Public Radio regarding the Georgia drug treatment court investigation resulting in indictment of Georgia Superior Court Judge Amanda Williams. Quinn drew from her 15 years of research, writing, and practice in “problem-solving” courts to discuss some of the limits, over-promising by proponents, and potential pitfalls of such courts. Read/Hear more  

June 4: Professor and former Chief Counsel with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Stephen Legomsky was quoted on Politico.com regarding a new federal appeals court order that both sides of the immigration fight file new legal briefs. Read more  

June 4: Professor Adam Rosenzweig’s article, “Source as a Solution to Residence,” was featured on TaxProf Blog. Read more  

June 3: Professor and expert on legal ethics Kathleen Clark commented in the International Business Times regarding Middle Eastern donations to the Clinton Foundation. Read more 

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