Faculty in the News

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The New York Times

Have Trump’s Lies Wrecked Free Speech?

Professor Sanford Levinson lends his expertise in a New York Times Opinion piece which examines a debate that has broken out over whether the constitutional protection of the First Amendment has become a threat to democracy.
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Government Executive Magazine

Correcting Corrections: Lessons for Prisons and Jails in a Post-COVID World

In Professor Michele Deitch's latest essay for Government Executive Magazine, she argues that the COVID crisis has been a wake-up call like no other for our nation's prisons and jails. Not only are incarcerated people getting infected and dying at unprecedented rates, but so are the people who work in these facilities.
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The Fortnight that Was: All of Lawfare in One Post

Prof. Robert Chesney and Prof. Steve Vladeck's most recent episode of the National Security Law Podcast, in which they discussed President-elect Biden’s future policy on Guantanamo Bay and possible nominees for Secretary of Defense, was featured in Lawfare's weekly update.