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"U.S. judge rejects Fed cap on debit card swipe fees," coverage in Reuters, July 31, 2013, about a ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The decision cites the scholarship of Professor Steven Salop.
"IMF worries Argentine case will hamper debt relief," coverage in the News Sentinel, July 26, 2013, featuring Professor Anna Gelpern.
"Blimps Over Washington," coverage in the Huffington Post, July 25, 2013, featuring Professor Marc Rotenburg.
"Republicans, Democrats agree Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should go - but what's next?," in the Washington Examiner, July 25, 2013 featuring Professor Adam Levitin.
"What motivates a lawyer to defend a Tsarnaev, a Castro or a Zimmerman?" an opinion piece by Professor Abbe Smith in the Washington Post, July 25, 2013.
"‘Special’ assistant U.S. attorneys work for free," coverage in the Washington Post, July 18, 2013, featuring Professor Carrie Cordero, Director of National Security Studies.
"BPA-Free Plastics Going On Trial In Texas," a segment on NPR's Morning Edition, July 15, 2013, featuring Professor Rebecca Tushnet.
"Inside The Zimmerman Verdict," a segment on NPR's Tell Me More, July 15, 2013, featuring Professor Paul Butler.
"Arsenal of Legal Firepower Masses Around Tourre Trial," coverage in the New York Times, July 15, 2013, featuring Adjunct Professor John P. "Sean" Coffey, L'87.
"After Sandy, New York aims to fortify itself against next big storm, climate change," coverage in the Washington Post, July 14, 2013, featuring Jessica Grannis, a staff attorney for the Georgetown Climate Center, and Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.