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July 2014 -
"The constitutional debate over parental rights: A missed opportunity," an opinion piece by Professor Jeffrey Shulman, in the Constitution Daily, July 21, 2014.
"America should set standards for drone use," coverage in the Chicago Tribune, July 21, 2014, featuring Professor Rosa Brooks.
"Hill Lawyer Runs New Georgetown Law Center on Privacy," coverage in The National Law Journal, July 21, 2014, featuring the Center on Privacy and Technology and Professors Julie Cohen, David Vladeck, Laura Donohue and Angela Campbell.
"Russia could lose sovereign immunity if implicated in Flight 17 downing," coverage in The Washington Times, July 20, 2014, featuring Professor James Feinerman.
"Does Le Return Of LeBron Signal A Comeback For Cleveland?," coverage on NPR, July 18, 2014, featuring Professor Paul Butler.
"Oswego Lake lawsuit appeal adds some 'friends'," coverage in Lake Oswego Review, July 17, 2014, featuring Professor Hope Babcock, co-director, Institute for Public Representation.
"Georgetown Dean's Side Job," coverage on Bisnow.com, July 17, 2014, features Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor.
"Will a priest be forced to testify about what a girl told him in private conversation?," coverage in Aleteia, July 16, 2014, quoting Professor Paul Rothstein.
"Tichelman Not Guilty Plea; Bergdahl Lawyers Up; Leanna Harris's Attorney Compares "Her to Richard Jewell," coverage by CNN, July 16, 2014, quoting Adjunct Professor Gary Solis.
"8 Reasons Why Jose Antonio Vargas Won't Be Deported," coverage in Mother Jones, July 16, 2014, quoting Professor Allegra McLeod.