The Washington Post November 20, 2020
Sanford V Levinson in the News
Sanford V Levinson’s faculty profile
Prof. Sanford Levinson was quoted in a Washington Post article regarding the Framers' original intent in regards to immigration.
Reason November 20, 2020
Amicus Brief in the Congressional Apportionment Case Currently Before the Supreme Court
Professor Ilya Somin of George Mason University penned an op-ed for Reason summarizing and explaining the amicus brief he recently co-filed with Prof. Sanford Levinson. The brief explains why they believe the Trump administration's efforts to exclude undocumented immigrants from the apportionment count for allocating seats in the House of Representatives goes against the text and original meaning of the Constitution.
The Harvard Gazette November 16, 2020
Giving the Constitution a grade of C
Prof. Sanford Levinson, along with his wife Cynthia Levinson, were interviewed by The Harvard Gazette about their recently published graphic novel, “Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Graphic Novel."
Financial Times October 14, 2020
Will America tear itself apart? The Supreme Court, 2020 elections and a looming constitutional crisis
Professor Sanford Levinson was quoted in a Financial Times article about the failure to change the United States constitution, which may lead to a constitutional crisis in the wake of the upcoming election.
Book Riot September 21, 2020
Comics A-Z: The Arts from Politics to Toriten
A Book Riot article detailing a graphic novel or comic for every letter of the alphabet that details the various aspects of the arts referenced Professor Sanford Levinson's graphic novel Fault Lines in the Constitution for the "P = Politics" section.
Politico Magazine September 18, 2020
‘The Most Important Woman Lawyer in the History of the Republic’
Politico Magazine interviewed more than 20 legal thinkers, including Prof. Cary Franklin and Prof. Stanford Levinson, to discuss how RBG’s life and work reshaped America.
The Dallas Morning News July 31, 2020
Texas Supreme Court lets coronavirus orders stand, despite outcry by conservatives
Professor Stanford Levinson uses his constitutional law expertise, as he is quoted in a Dallas News article, to see an emerging split between Texas Republicans.
The Dallas Morning News June 17, 2020
Will conservative campaign against contact tracing undermine Texas’ efforts to stop COVID-19?
Professor Sanford Levinson is quoted in The Dallas Morning News as he offered his expertise on what the possible results of a Houston lawsuit to stop Covid-19 contact tracing, which is essential in curbing the virus’s spread.
The Washington Post May 20, 2020
If Trump and Pence both get very sick, it’s not clear who would be president
Professor Sanford Levinson wrote an article about who would be the leader of the United States if both Trump and Pence came down with serious cases of coronavirus.
American Constitution Society April 4, 2020
Forced Closing of Houses of Worship During the Coronavirus: Both Legal and Right
Professor Sanford Levinson co-authored an article that was published for the American Constitution Society which argued that it is legal and of high necessity to enforce church closures in order to ensure a vast decrease in the spread of the coronavirus.