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Edward Foley

Professor Edward Foley pens op-ed in The Washington Post discussing expanding voter access

Professor Edward Foley, an expert in the area of election law, recently penned an op-ed in The Washington Post titled, “Democrats have a chance to expand voter access. But they’re focusing on the wrong bill.” “This moment calls for a […]

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Peter Shane

Professor Peter Shane pens op-ed in The Regulatory Review discussing Presidential Authority

An expert in the area of constitutional law, Professor Peter Shane recently penned an op-ed in The Regulatory Review titled, “Lessons in Presidential Authority.” “The body of presidential initiatives emerging so quickly from the Biden White House is instructive, however, […]

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Professor Efthimios Parasidis cited in The Regulatory Review

An expert in the area of health law, Professor Efthimios Parasidis’ co-authored article titled “Assessing The Legality Of Mandates For Vaccines Authorized Via An Emergency Use Authorization” was recently cited in The Regulatory Review. “Parasidis and Kesselheim argue that the provision’s […]

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Professor Ric Simmons quoted in Reuters article discussing grand jury disclosures

An expert in the area of criminal law and procedure, Professor Ric Simmons was recently quoted in an article by Reuters titled, “Letitia James sets bold precedent by obtaining grand jury disclosures.” “I haven’t linked the progressive prosecutor movement to […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Edward Foley authors op-ed in The Washington Post discussing the process for electing members of Congress

An expert in the area of election law, Professor Edward Foley recently authored an op-ed in The Washington Post titled, “Why Congress should require its members to be elected by a majority of votes.” “Americans probably think the law already […]

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Professor Kim Jordan quoted in The New York Times article discussing human trafficking

Professor Kim Jordan, who specializes in the law areas of child abuse and neglect, was recently quoted in an article by The New York Times titled, “A Gymnastics Coach Was Charged With Human Trafficking. What Does That Mean?”

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Professor Creola Johnson featured on MPR discussing payday loan debt traps

An expert in the area of payday loans, bankruptcy and commercial law, Professor Creola Johnson recently spoke with Minnesota Public Radio to discuss the issue of payday loan entrapment.

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Professor L. Camille Hebert featured in story discussing hardest working cities in the United States

L. Camille Herbert, the Carter C. Kissell Professor of Law at Moritz, was recently featured in a piece by WalletHub.com titled, “2021’s Hardest-Working Cities in America.” “I think that at least part of the reason that Americans work more than their […]

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Professor Efthimios Parasidis co-authors op-ed discussing emergency COVID-19 vaccine distribution

An expert in the area of health law, Professor Efthimios Parasidis recently co-authored an op-ed for HealthAffairs.org titled, “Assessing The Legality Of Mandates For Vaccines Authorized Via An Emergency Use Authorization.” “More specific to Covid-19 vaccines is the issue that […]

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Professor Efthimios Parasidis co-authors op-ed in Barrons.com discussing COVID-19 response efforts

An expert in the area of health law, Professor Efthimios Parasidis recently co-authored an op-ed in Barrons.com titled, “How Federal Dollars Can Incentivize a Stronger Response to Covid-19.”

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Associate Professor Micah Berman cited in Ohio Capital Journal article discussing health department authority

Associate Professor Micah Berman was recently cited in an article by the Ohio Capital Journal titled, “Ohio bill targeting health dept. authority may be unconstitutional, Statehouse researchers say.” “The Ohio General Assembly has the power to completely rewrite this section […]

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Dakota Rudesill

Associate Professor Dakota Rudesill quoted in article discussing Donald Trump’s access to classified intelligence briefings

Associate Professor was recently quoted in an article by Salon.com titled, “Trump still has access to classified intelligence briefings. Biden’s White House could cut him off.” “The powers of the president depart completely from former presidents when they leave office,” […]

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