Economist August 25, 2022
Richard Albert in the News
Richard Albert’s faculty profile
Professor Richard Albert is quoted in an article about a new Russian constitution that is masquerading as amendments aimed to prolong and strengthen Putin’s power.
The Sun August 1, 2022
Made To Be Broken
In an extensive interview, Professor Richard Albert discusses the disconnect between the text of the United States Constitution and the reality of the lives of citizens, as well as the amendment process.
Advocate July 13, 2022
Conservative Texas Lawyer Targets PrEP Access After Abortion Rights
Professor Richard Albert warns that after the reversal of Roe v. Wade, states are being encouraged to turn back the clock on individual rights in an article that addresses the potential effect on issues such as affirmative action, marriage equality, and contraception mandates.
KVUE July 3, 2022
The political agenda of the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative justices
Professor Richard Albert is interviewed about the overturning of Roe v. Wade and other cases the court may revisit soon, following Justice Thomas's recent remark to reconsider the cases for same-sex marriage and contraception.
The Washington Post June 25, 2022
Guns and abortion: Contradictory decisions, or consistent?
Professor Richard Albert discusses the relationship between pro-life and pro-gun movements in response to recent rulings from the conservative majority on the Supreme Court.
Newsweek June 20, 2022
Texas Seceding From U.S. ‘Would Mean War,’ Law Expert Says
Professors Jeffrey Abramson and Richard Albert are quoted in an article on Texas Republicans calling for a referendum vote to secede from the United States, describing it as a near impossible feat.
More of: Jeffrey B Abramson
The Globe and Mail May 6, 2022
The legal reasoning behind the Supreme Court draft overturning Roe v. Wade
Professor Richard Albert is quoted in an article comparing aspects of the abortion debate in the United States and in Canada.
TaxProf Blog / SSRN January 11, 2022
The 50 Most Downloaded U.S. Law Professors Of 2021
Professors Robert Chesney and Richard Albert are ranked among the top 50 law professors who authored the most downloaded research papers from SSRN's eLibrary in 2021.
More of: Robert M Chesney
The Hill December 17, 2021
An emergency brake to stop a runaway Supreme Court
Professor Richard Albert authored an opinion piece regarding the Supreme Court's interpretative powers of the U.S. Constitution.
The Standard November 1, 2021
Raila, BBI team oppose prayer by five professors
Professor Richard Albert is mentioned in an article regarding an initiative which he is a part of, and a case that was filed with his BBI team as friends of the court (amici curiae).