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Law College in the News

2012

Toyota's Still Not Off the Hook
Automotive News, December 31, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Toyota's Legal Woes Aren't Over
Detroit News, December 28, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

No Sting: Feds Won’t Go Undercover to Prove Housing Discrimination
ProPublica, December 20, 2012
Quoted: Professor Brian Gilmore

Judge in North Carolina Voids 3 Death Sentences
New York Times, December 13, 2012
Cited: MSU College of Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

North Carolina Judge Reduces Three Death Sentences Over Racial Bias
The Guardian, December 13, 2012
Cited: MSU College of Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Couple Being Evicted After Bed Bugs Allegations
Lansing State Journal, December 13, 2012
Quoted: Professor Brian Gilmore

Keeping the Faith
Macomb County Legal News, December 12, 2012
Featured: Professor Mark Totten

Right-to-Work Law Gives Michigan Unions New Task
Associated Press: The Big Story, December 12, 2012
Quoted: Professor Robert McCormick

Michigan State Law School Holds Dubai Conference
WFTV.com, December 9, 2012
Featured: ReInvent Law (co-directed by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

Glazing Standard Preempts Ejection Suit, State Top Court Says on SCOTUS Remand (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, December 3, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Q&A with Professor Matthew Fletcher
ALI Reporter, Fall 2012
Interviewed: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Women Notch Progress: Females Now Constitute One-Third of Nation's Ranks of Doctors and Lawyers
Wall Street Journal, December 4, 2012
Cited: Professors Hannah Brenner and Renee Newman Knake

Bridging the Gap between Law, Tech, Innovation & Entrepreneurship: ReInvent Law Dubai
ArabNet, November 29, 2012
Featured: ReInvent Law (co-directed by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

Why Law Students Should Be Thinking About Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Legal Services
Bloomberg Law, November 28, 2012
Author: Professor Renee Newman Knake

MSU Law Students Help Tenants Avoid Being Evicted
WLAJ, November 27, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Housing Law Clinic

The Expectation Game
Legal Futures, November 21, 2012
Featured: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Little Tucker Act’s Waiver of Immunity Doesn’t Apply to Credit Card Receipt Claims
Bloomberg BNA’s United States Law Week, November 13, 2012
Quoted: Professor Philip Pucillo

Corporations and Human Rights Topic of Debate
Ingham County Legal News, November 19, 2012
Featured: MSU Law’s Talsky Center for Human Rights of Women and Children

Guest Commentary: The Pursuit of Justice Blocked by Party Politics
Detroit Free Press, November 17, 2012
Author: Professor Mark Totten

Start Preparing Now for Your Next Job Search
Ingham County Bar Association Briefs, November 2012
Author: Naomi Gaynor Neilsen, Associate Director of Career Services

Professional Presence Part I, Part II
Michigan Business Network, October 24, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Renee Newman Knake

“Now he belongs to the ages”: Why Lincoln was made by his martyrdom
National Post (Toronto), October 23, 2012
Author: Professor Brian Kalt

How To: Gear Up for Big Data
Law Society Gazette (UK), October 18, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Scholarship Highlight: Who Should Resolve Issues Relating to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure?
SCOTUSblog, October 17, 2012
Featured: Professor Glen Staszewski

MSU Law Professor Pens Issue Brief on Same-Sex Marriage
Ingham County Legal News, October 15, 2012
Featured: Professor Mae Kuykendall

Michigan State Law Students Teach Middle Schoolers about First Amendment for Constitution Day
AnnArbor.com, October 11, 2012
Featured: MSU Law First Amendment Law Clinic & Professor Nancy Costello

Proposed Michigan Bill Criminalizes Cyberbullying
Student Press Law Center, October 11, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nancy Costello

2 Court Battles on Affirmative Action Could Affect Admissions at Michigan Schools
Detroit Free Press, October 10, 2012
Quoted: Professor Philip Pucillo

Federal Jury Sides with Michigan Inmate Over Banned Calls to Middle East
MLive.com, October 8, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Civil Rights Law Clinic (with quote by Professor Daniel Manville)

Racial Justice Act Witness Barbara O’Brien Says Statistics Show Blacks Excused More than Whites in Capital Cases
Fayetteville Observer, October 3, 2012
Cited: MSU College of Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Onondaga to Argue Its Land Rights Appeal at 2nd Circuit Court
Indian Country Today, October 2, 2012
Cited: Professor Matthew Fletcher and Kate Fort, Acting Associate Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center

Michigan Prisons Ban Inmate’s Calls Home to Middle East, Lawsuit Says
MLive.com, October 2, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Manville

Power to the People: Researching Michigan Ballot Proposals
Michigan Bar Journal, October 2012
Author: Jane Meland, Assistant Director for Public Services and Adjunct Professor

Start Preparing Now for Your Next Job Search
Ingham County Bar Association Briefs, October 2012
Author: Paul Edwards, Associate Director of Career Services

The Eagle Returns: Legal Eagle Writes Legal History of GT Band
Traverse City Record-Eagle, September 30, 2012
Featured: Professor Matthew Fletcher

No-Change Claim from Pro-Prop 2 Ad Doesn't Stand Up; Truth Squad Calls Foul
MLive.com, September 25, 2012
Cited: Professor Robert McCormick

Health Care Bill Center of Constitution Day Panel
LimaOhio.com, September 25, 2012
Featured: Professor Philip Pucillo

Study: Look Beyond Law School Rankings
The State News, September 19, 2012
Quoted: Assistant Dean Charles Roboski

Trial Run: Litigator Gives Students Taste of Courtroom Challenges
Oakland County Legal News, September 13, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Richard Zecchino

Richard Susskind Live – First Take
Wired GC, September 12, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Kelley Institute of Ethics

MSU College of Law Adds Programs In Dubai
WKAR, August 29, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Programs in Dubai, Interview with Associate Dean Michael Lawrence

Federal Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Shuttered Vanderbilt Casino
Interlochen Public Radio, August 15, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Michigan State to Offer Postgraduate Law in Dubai
The New York Times Education Briefs, August 11, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Programs in Dubai (with quote by Associate Dean Michael Lawrence)

Matrimonial Attorney Took a Different Route
Legal News, August 7, 2012
Featured: Professor Andrew Rifkin

Jurisdiction Exists Over Taiwanese Company, Oregon Court Says, Distinguishing Nicastro (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, August 6, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

New Jersey’s Highest Court Bars Distress Claims in Death of Pets
The New York Times, August 1, 2012
Quoted: Professor David Favre

State’s Take May Doom Casino Deal
The Boston Globe, July 29, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Big Picture: Attorney Shares Unusual Case Lore with MSU Law Students
Oakland County Legal News, July 27, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Monte Falcoff

Oligarch v. Oligarch: London’s Courts Attract Litigious Tycoons
Newsweek/The Daily Beast, July 23, 2012
Quoted: Professor Bruce Bean

New Science Emboldens Long Shot Bid for Dolphin, Whale Rights
Wired.com, July 19, 2012
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Michigan State University to Offer Region’s First Master’s Programmes in Law
AMEinfo.com, July 18, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Programs in Dubai (with quote by Associate Dean Michael Lawrence)

Guest Commentary: Credit Report Errors Too Common; Stepped Up Monitoring Should Help
Detroit Free Press, July 18, 2012
Co-Author: Professor Mark Totten

Michigan Masters a Return to Form
The National, July 13, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Graduate Programs in Dubai

Russians Confront Each Other in $1 Billion U.K. Trial
Bloomberg.com, July 9, 2012
Quoted: Professor Bruce Bean

The Reviews Are In: MSU Law Has a Winner
State Bar of Michigan Blog, July 8, 2012
Featured: LawTechCamp London (co-organized by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

Unconference! Beat Poetry and Quantitative Analysis – We Are All Futurists Now!
Legal IT Professionals, July 5, 2012
Featured: LawTechCamp London (co-organized by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

Lawyers Told to Invest in Great Ideas, Not Spreadsheets
Solicitors Journal, July 3, 2012
Featured: LawTechCamp London (co-organized by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

The Next Big Thing
LegalFutures.co.uk, July 3, 2012
Featured: LawTechCamp London (co-organized by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

“More for Less,” Liberalisation and Technology: Susskind Lays Out Vision of the Future
LegalFutures.co.uk, July 2, 2012
Featured: LawTechCamp London (co-organized by Professors Daniel Martin Katz and Renee Newman Knake)

Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Mandate
WLNS, June 28, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

Supreme Court Ruling on Health Care Law
1320 WILS–Capital City Recap, June 29, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

The Impact of Obamacare
WILX, June 28, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

Supreme Court to Release Decision on Affordable Care Act
Michigan’s Morning Show, June 27, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Immigration Law
1320 WILS–Capital City Recap, June 25, 2012
Interviewed: Professor David Thronson

Skilled Labor: Professor Helped Shatter Age-Old Myth of Student Athletes
Oakland County Legal News, June 25, 2012
Featured: Professor Robert McCormick

Law School Revolution
Law21.ca, June 25, 2012
Cited: Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Renee Newman Knake

Ruling May Slow Tribe Bid for Casino
Boston.com, June 20, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Quick and Dirty Commentary on Patchak
Indian Country Today, June 21, 2012
Author: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Supremes’ Ruling Opens Floodgates to Challenges of Indian Land Trust Acquisition
Indian Country Today, June 19, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

A Test of Racial Justice
The New York Times, June 17, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O'Brien)

Constitutional Cliffhangers - Faculty Book Podcast
The Federalist Society, June 15, 2012
Featured: Professor Brian Kalt

Competitive Edge Honigman Attorney Spearheads MSU Trial Practice Institute
Detroit Legal News, June 15, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor John Pirich

Experienced Hand Former Assistant Prosecutor Shares Litigation Expertise
Detroit Legal News, June 13, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor George Ward

ADR Expert Helps Guide Program at Law School
Detroit Legal News, June 12, 2012
Featured: Professor Brian Pappas

Lex Machina Arms Corporate Leaders and Patent Attorneys with Predictive Analytics
DataInformed.com, June 6, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Analyzing the Paths to Marriage Equality
ACSBlog, June 4, 2012
Author: Professor Mae Kuykendall

Big Data Meets BigLaw: Will Algorithms Be Able to Predict Trial Outcomes?
Law Technology News, June 1, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Civil Rights Clinic Sues to Get Access to Prisoner Clients
The Michigan Lawyer (blog), May 31, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Manville

Lawyers Sue Michigan Department of Corrections to Restore Prison Visiting Hours
Michigan Radio, May 31, 2012
Quoted: Professor Daniel Manville

Housing Law Prof. Goes to Bat for Tenants, Homeowners
Oakland County Legal News, May 30, 2012
Featured: Professor Elan Stavros Nichols

A Study in Security: MSU Professor Authors Book on Counter-Terrorism
Ingham County Legal News, May 24, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Stephanie Blum

Op-Ed: A Way Out of the Same-Sex Marriage Mess
New York Times, May 23, 2012
Author: Professor Mae Kuykendall

Casino Tribe Outcasts Claim They Were Unfairly Expelled Over Greed
CBS Los Angeles, May 16, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Guest Commentary: Why the House Version of the Violence Against Women Act is Bad for Women
Detroit Free Press, May 15, 2012
Co-Authors: Professors Hannah Brenner and Veronica Thronson

Government Attorney Teaches Ag Law at MSU
Jackson County Legal News, April 26, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Bradley Deacon

Race and Capital Punishment: The Fair-Minded Need Not Apply
The Economist, April 25, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Consider this Verdict ... Or Maybe Not, After All
TimesUnion.com, April 24, 2012
Cited: Professor Catherine Grosso

N.C. Man No Longer Faces Death After Judge Invokes 'Racial Justice Act'
CNN, April 21, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Racial Justice Act Spares 1st Inmate from Death Sentence
The News & Observer, April 21, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Justice Under North Carolina’s Racial Bias Law (editorial)
New York Times, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Judge: Race 'Significantly' Influenced Inmate's Murder Trial (videos included)
WRAL.com, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

North Carolina Judge Vacates Death Penalty Under Racial Justice Law
Los Angeles Times, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

GOP Will Continue to Fight Racial Justice Act, Leaders Vow
The News & Observer, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

In First Test For Racial Justice Act, Judge Commutes Man's Death Sentence
NPR, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Racial Bias Saves Death Row Man
BBC, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Bias Law Used to Move a Man Off Death Row
New York Times, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

NC Judge Tosses Death Sentence Because Race Played Role in 1st Test of Racial Justice Law
Washington Post, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

State’s Racial Bias Law Leads Judge to Overturn Death Sentence
Wall Street Journal, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Judge Rules Race Tainted North Carolina Death Penalty Case; Inmate Marcus Robinson Spared from Death Row
MSNBC.com, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

A Case for Statistics and a Victory for Justice
Huffington Post, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Judge Sides with Inmate in Racial Justice Act Ruling
Miami Herald, April 20, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Legal Events to Watch This Week
Wall Street Journal blog, April 16, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Undocumented Immigrants Losing Fight to Keep Children Who are U.S. Citizens
AnnArbor.com, April 15, 2012
Quoted: Professor David Thronson

Pipeline to Power: What It Takes
State Bar of Michigan blog, April 15, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Pipeline to Power Symposium (organized by Professors Hannah Brenner and Renee Newman Knake)

A Changed Man: Law Professor Spearheads MSU Civil Rights Clinic
Flint–Genesee County Legal News, April 11, 2012
Featured: Professor Daniel Manville

Pipeline to Power Symposium Explores Gender Equality in the Legal Profession
Detroit Legal News, April 11, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Pipeline to Power Symposium (organized by Professors Hannah Brenner and Renee Newman Knake)

Professor Shares Expertise at Indigenous Law Center
Washtenaw County Legal News, April 9, 2012
Featured: Kathryn E. Fort, Acting Associate Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center

Campus Legal Aid
The Michigan Tech Lode, April 3, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Housing Law Clinic

Hip Law Profs Helping Shape NextGen Lawyers
LegalProductivity.com, April 3, 2012
Featured: Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Adam Candeub

Michigan Teacher's Aide Said She Was Disciplined for Not Giving Boss Facebook Access
ABC News April 3, 2012
Quoted: Professor Robert McCormick

Transactional Attorney Shares His Business, Tax Expertise with Students
Ingham County Legal News, March 29, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Lee Sartori

Obamacare: Supreme Court Concerns
WILX.com, March 28, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

NC Death Penalty Study Author Meets House Members
WRAL.com, March 27, 2012
Featured: Professor Barbara O’Brien

Author of NC Death Penalty Study Says Race is Significant Factor as Prosecutors Decide Juries
The Republic, March 27, 2012
Featured: Professor Barbara O’Brien

Death Penalty Study Author Meets House Members
Rocky Mount Telegram, March 27, 2012
Featured: Professor Barbara O’Brien

Moot Court, Journals, IP Program Recognized in Online Rankings
Ingham County Legal News, March 26, 2012
Featured: MSU Law

Alumni Award Honors Avadenka
Oakland County Legal News, March 23, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Jewish Legal Society Event

Ending Impunity for War Crimes—Topic of Talsky Center Lecture
Ingham County Legal News, March 22, 2012
Featured: MSU Law’s Talsky Center for Human Rights of Women and Children

Michigan State Law Professor Pens High Court Suspense Novel
Grand Rapids Legal News, March 21, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Anthony Franze

Director of Clinic Lends Hand to “Vulnerable Population”
Oakland County Legal News, March 13, 2012
Featured: Professor Veronica Thronson

MSU Professor Considers “Constitutional Cliffhangers”
Ingham County Legal News, March 12, 2012
Featured: Professor Brian Kalt

Jackson IP Attorney Helps Inventors and Entrepreneurs Achieve their Dreams
Jackson County Legal News, March 5, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Jon Shackelford

Food for Thought: Professor Shares his Expertise on Food Laws
Detroit Legal News, March 12, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Neal Fortin

High Court: Railroad Law Preempts Claims Over Asbestos Exposure in Repair Work (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, March 5, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

22 New Michigan Casinos Planned, But Success Isn't a Sure Bet
Detroit Free Press, March 4, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

MSU Offers Free Tax Advice for Low-Income Taxpayers
State News, March 1, 2012
Quoted: Professor Michele Halloran

Death Row Inmate Tests North Carolina's Racial Justice Act
Los Angeles Times, February 29, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

The Shape of Legal Language
Wired.com, February 23, 2012
Highlighted: Legal Language Explorer (co-created by Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Adam Candeub)

Lansing Casino Challenged—Indian Gaming Expert Shares Opinion
Ingham County Legal News, February 20, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

MSU Study: Military Death Sentences More Likely for Racial Minorities
MLive.com, February 20, 2012
Featured: Professor Catherine Grosso

What, Exactly, Does NC’s ‘Racial Justice Act’ Mean? We’ll Know Soon
Wall Street Journal blog, February 16, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Death-Penalty Racial Law Is Tested
Wall Street Journal, February 16, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Feds Argue Using a Fake Name Can Deprive You of Rights
Wall Street Journal (blog), February 14, 2012
Quoted: Professor Adam Candeub

The Price of Freedom: Free Information Comes at a Price When Dealing with Some Universities
The State News, February 13, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nancy Costello

Dandridge Receives Grant to Research Economic Development
Ingham County Legal News, February 13, 2012
Featured: Professor Nicole Dandridge

Women Lawyers Who Rock: An Interview with Dean Joan Howarth
Ms. JD blog, February 13, 2012
Featured: Dean Joan Howarth

Governor Takes Stance Against Lansing Casino
WLNS, February 13, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Service to State: Law Professor Formerly Served as Chair of Public Service Commission
Oakland County Legal News, February 13, 2012
Featured: Adjunct Professor Laura Chappelle

$25 Billion Foreclosure-Abuse Settlement Reached Today Which Includes Michigan
WILS, February 9, 2012
Interviewed: Assistant Dean Elliot Spoon

Personal Jurisdiction Is Lacking in Suit Against Foreign Distributor in Mississippi (PDF)
BNA United States Law Week, February 7, 2012
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Prep for the Westminster Kennel Club show by digging into the dog business
Reynolds Center, February 6, 2012
Quoted: Professor David Favre

College of Law Hosts Diversity Week
The State News, February 6, 2012
Featured: MSU College of Law Diversity Week

Editorial: Race and Death Penalty Juries
The New York Times, February 5, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

Quantitative Legal Predictions
LXBN Network, February 3, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Researcher Testifies Statistics Point to Bias in Racial Justice Act Hearing
Fayetteville Observer, February 2, 2012
Featured: Professor Barbara O’Brien

Open Line: Lansing Casino?
HOMTV, February 2, 2012
Interviewed: Kathryn E. Fort, Interim Co-Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center (ILPC)

Racial Bias Case Begins in Cumberland Co.
Charlotte Observer, January 30, 2012
Cited: MSU Law Racial Justice Act Study (conducted by Professors Catherine Grosso and Barbara O’Brien)

A Public Letter From the Cobell Lawyers Prompts Ethics and Harassment Concerns
Indian Country Today, January 30, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Alumni from MSU College of Law to Gather in Florida
Oakland County Legal News, January 27, 2012
Featured: MSU Law Alumni Event

Editorial: Congress Should Log Off Piracy Bills
The Detroit News, January 24, 2012
Quoted: Professor Adam Candeub

Lansing Casino Plan Faces a Fight from 2 Detroit Casinos, Outstate Tribes
Detroit Free Press, January 24, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Challenges Ahead for a Proposed Lansing Casino
Interlochen Public Radio, January 23, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Lansing Casino Faces Lawsuits, Opposition
Lansing State Journal, January 23, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Mayor Announces Plans for Lansing Casino, Education Fund
State News, January 23, 2012
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Asked and Answered: Matthew Fletcher
Ingham County Legal News, January 19, 2012
Interviewed: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Whetting the Literary Appetite: Books to Jump-Start Your Reading Year
Indian Country Today, January 15, 2012
Cited: Professor Matthew Fletcher

MSU Law Establishes Talsky Center for Human Rights
Ingham County Legal News, January 12, 2012
Featured: Professor Susan Bitensky

Barbour's Pardons Stir Outrage in Mississippi
USA Today, January 12, 2012
Quoted: Professor Brian Kalt

Preview: United States v. Home Concrete & Supply (PDF)
ABA Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, January 9, 2012
Author: Professor Michele Halloran

Website Explores the Evolution of Law and Language at Supreme Court
Law Technology News, January 5, 2012
Cited: Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Adam Candeub

2011

Professor a Strong Advocate for Women in Midst of Divorce
Ingham County Legal News, December 19, 2011
Featured: Professor Cynthia Lee Starnes

New Site Can Answer Who First Put the Chutzpah in the Supreme Court?
National Law Journal, December 19, 2011
Cited: Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Adam Candeub

Should Animals Be Considered People?
Miller-McCune.com, December 20, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Supremes Take Up Gun Lake, Feds’ Quiet Title Act and Standing Petitions
Indian Country Today, December 15, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Professor is Distinguished Chair of Constitutional Law Program
Grand Rapids Legal News, December 14, 2011
Featured: Professor Kevin Saunders

Supreme Court Takes Wayland Casino Case
Wood TV, December 12, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Gun Lake Casino Lawsuit Before Supreme Court is 'Incredibly High-Stakes Case,' Says Legal Expert
Grand Rapids Press, December 12, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

The Obama Administration and the American Indian
Atlantic Monthly Online, December 11, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Shameless Politics Blocks Naming of Financial Protection Leader
Detroit Free Press, December 8, 2011
Author: Professor Mark Totten

On Second Try, Tennessee Court Still Sees
Preemption in Bus Case; Appeal Brewing
(PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, December 5, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

The Law Professor Social Network
Tax Prof Blog, December 5, 2011
Cited: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Administrators to Review Race as Part of Admissions Process
State News, December 5, 2011
Quoted: Professor Michael Lawrence

”Radicals” Revisited
City Pulse, November 23, 2011
Featured: Professor Michael Lawrence

Prosecuting Human Trafficking Offenses in Michigan
Ingham County Legal News, November 21, 2011
Featured: “Prosecuting Offenses of Human Trafficking in Michigan” Panel Discussion (Sponsors: Career Services Office, Federal Attorney Practice Association & Public Interest Law Society)

“Laughing Whitefish” Resurfaces
City Pulse, November 16, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Forum Critiques Pending LBGT-Targeted Legislation
State News, November 15, 2011
Featured: “Is Hate a Michigan Value?” Panel Discussion (Co-Sponsors: MSU Law Diversity Services Office & Triangle Bar Association)

University, FA Have Less Than Four Weeks to Bargain Before Potential Strike
Central Michigan Life, November 7, 2011
Quoted: Professor Robert McCormick

E.L. Council Elections Affect Student Life
State News, November 6, 2011
Featured: Nathan Triplett, 3L

College of Law Hosts Swearing-In Event
State News, November 2, 2011
Featured: MSU Law Swearing-In Ceremony

Tecnologia Rouba vaga de Trabalhadores Qualificados (Technology Steals Wave of Skilled Workers)
Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil's largest newspaper), October 30, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Law Schools Take Facebook into Account
The State News, October 30, 2011
Quoted: Assistant Dean Charles Roboski

Tax Expert Heads a Pair of MSU Clinical Programs
Grand Rapids Legal News, October 28, 2011
Featured: Professor Michele Halloran

Professor Advocates for Access to the Law and Gender Equality
Flint-Genesee County County Legal News, October 26, 2011
Featured: Professor Renee Newman Knake

How Many Words Are in the Tax Code?
Slate Magazine, October 26, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Law Prof Blog Traffic Rankings: Turtle Talk #19
TaxProf Blog, October 25, 2011
Cited: MSU Law Indigenous Law & Policy Center’s Turtle Talk Blog

New Book Examines the Lives of Five American Radicals
WKAR, October 19, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Michael Lawrence

What to Watch for When Signing a Lease
The State News, October 18, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Elan Stavros Nichols

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Tribal Land Claim Case
Thomson Reuters News & Insight, October 18, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

City Council to Vote on LBGT Bill Resolution
The State News, October 17, 2011
Quoted: Professor Elan Stavros Nichols

The Logic of an MIT Law
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports, October 17, 2011
Cited: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Signing on the Line
The State News, October 17, 2011
Quoted: Professor Elan Stavros Nichols

Sense of Style: Law Professor Nixes Pretentious Verbiage
Ingham County Legal News, October 6, 2011
Featured: Professor Jeremy Francis

Terrorist says Colo. Prison Restrictions Violate His Rights; Judge Says He Can Sue Government
The Washington Post, October 5, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Manville

Terrorist Takes U.S. to Court Over His Confinement Conditions at Supermax in Colorado
The Denver Post, October 5, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Manville

The Top 10 Supreme Court Previews
The Atlantic Monthly online, September 30, 2011
Cited: MSU Law Indigenous Law & Policy Center’s Turtle Talk Blog

Android at Law: Will Robots Steal Your Job?
Slate Magazine, September 29, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Martin Katz

The State Bar of Michigan Dedicated Its 36th Michigan Legal Milestone
Muskegon County Legal News, September 26, 2011
Referenced: Professor George T. Roumell, Jr.

Odawa Tribal Citizen Nominated for Seaway Board
Petoskey News, September 23, 2011
Featured: Professor Wenona Singel

Law Professor Honored for “Extraordinary” Work
Flint–Genesee County Legal News, September 23, 2011
Featured: Professor Mae Kuykendall

Oneida Land Claims, Quiet Title Act among Supreme Court’s Fall Petitions
Indian Country Today, September 22, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Unlocking the Law: Deregulating the Legal Profession
Truth on the Market Symposium, September 19-20, 2011
Featured: Professors Renee Newman Knake & Daniel Martin Katz

Alien v. Alien: No Diversity Jurisdiction Despite Language of Statute, Court Says (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, September 19, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Illinois AG on “New Directions in Ethics”
Ingham County Legal News, September 19, 2011
Featured: MSU Law Kelley Institute of Ethics

A Weak Sovereign (part of the “Room for Debate: Tribal Rights vs. Racial Justice” series)
New York Times, September 15, 2011
Author: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Could Mortgage Lawsuits against Banks Weaken the Economy?
American Public Media, Marketplace Morning Report, September 2, 2011
Interviewed: Assistant Dean Elliot Spoon

Study Reveals Racially Biased Death Sentencing in U.S. Military
Nation of Change, September 2, 2011
Cited: Professor Catherine Grosso

MSU John F. Schaefer Chair in Matrimonial Law Holds Inaugural Lecture
Ingham County Legal News, September 1, 2011
Featured: Professor Cynthia Lee Starnes

Gun Lake, Feds Take Quiet Title Act, Standing to Supremes
Indian Country Today, August 31, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Professor Goes to Bat for Non-Traditional Families
Oakland County Legal News, August 31, 2011
Featured: Professor Melanie Jacobs

Study Finds Racial Disparities in Military Death Penalty Are Worse than Civilian Side
ABA Journal Online, August 29, 2011
Cited: Professor Catherine Grosso

MSU’s Frank J. Kelley Institute of Ethics Sponsors Lecture
Ingham County Legal News, August 29, 2011
Featured: MSU Law Kelley Institute of Ethics

Study: Racial Disparities Taint Military's Use of Death Penalty
McClatchy Newspapers, August 28, 2011
Cited: Professor Catherine Grosso

Tribal Law Expert Professor Matthew Fletcher Will Speak at Penn State Law
Penn State Law News, August 25, 2011
Featured: Professor Matthew Fletcher

3 Questions for Justice Alito About Native American Concerns
The Atlantic Monthly Online, August 21, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Two Women to Lead Ethics Institute at the Michigan State Law School
Women In Academia Report, August 20, 2011
Featured: Professors Hannah Brenner and Renee Newman Knake

Gov. Rick Perry says Texas public schools teach evolution and creationism
Austin American-Statesman, August 19, 2011
Cited: Professor Kristi Bowman

State of Sequoyah Conference to Address Native American Issues
Indian Country Today, August 16, 2011
Referenced: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Global Lawyer Finds Second Calling in Classroom
Detroit Legal News, August 16, 2011
Featured: Professor Nicholas Wittner

MSU Small Business and Non-Profit Clinic Receives Inclusive Excellence Grant
Ingham County Legal News, August 15, 2011
Featured: MSU Law Small Business & Nonprofit Law Clinic

Law Professor Spearheads a “Chance at Childhood”
Ingham County Legal News, August 15, 2011
Featured: Professor Joseph Kozakiewicz

State Bar Announces 36th Legal Milestone: Milliken v. Bradley
Grand Rapids Legal News, August 11, 2011
Referenced: Professor George T. Roumell, Jr.

With This Skype, I Thee Wed
City Pulse, August 10, 2011
Featured: Professor Mae Kuykendall

DOJ Takes Step Toward Addressing Violent Crime Against American Indian Women
ACSBlog, August 4, 2011
Author: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Investors at the Gates
California Lawyer, August 2011
Quoted: Professor Renee Newman Knake

Pacific Northwest tribe adopts law recognizing gay marriage on reservation
The Washington Post, August 3, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

College of Law Enrollment on the Rise
The State News, July 25, 2011
Quoted: Assistant Dean Charles Roboski

Supreme Court Takes Aim at Class Actions, Jurisdiction, Preemption in Pro-Business Term (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, July 25, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

States crack down on pet abuse to protect women
CNN, July 18, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Michigan State Law Professors Say Div. I College Athletes Qualify as ‘Employees’
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, July 15, 2011
Featured: Professors Robert McCormick and Amy McCormick

Who owns the fish? How tribal rights could save the Great Lakes.
WBEZ, Chicago Public Media, July 14, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Trial to begin in case of python that killed toddler
Orlando Sentinel, July 10, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

What Does The Dominique Strauss-Kahn Case Mean?
On Point with Tom Ashbrook, National Public Radio, July 7, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Hannah Brenner

Legal Clinics at MSU Law School assist community
Ingham County Legal News, July 4, 2011
Quoted: Professors Michele Halloran and Elan Stavros Nichols

Supreme Court Shoots Down Violent Video Game Ban
WWJ Detroit, July 3, 2011
Quoted: Professor Kevin Saunders

Flogging or Prison (Transcript)
CNN, June 30, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Daniel Manville

Violent Video Games
WGVU Morning Show, June 29, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Kevin Saunders

"Stream-of-Commerce" Personal Jurisdiction Only Partially Clarified by Supreme Court (PDF)
BNA United States Law Week, June 28, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

New Florida product-liability law may help automakers in court
Automotive News, June 28, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Peut-on prédire l'issue d'un procès? (Can One Predict the Exit from a Lawsuit?)
Droit-Inc.com, June 23, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Katz

MSU professor is a strong advocate of women's rights
Ingham County Legal News, June 16, 2011
Profiled: Professor Hannah Brenner

Welcome to Robot, Android & Automaton LLP
The Globe and Mail, June 14, 2011
Quoted: Professor Daniel Katz

Law professor gives voice to public school students
Oakland County Legal News, June 13, 2011
Profiled: Professor Kristi Bowman

From comic books to courtrooms: Professor is an expert on government crises
Oakland County Legal News, June 2, 2011
Profiled: Professor Troy Brown

Prof Has Passion for Writing, Fair Housing
Ingham County Legal News, May 20, 2011
Featured: Professor Brian Gilmore

A Look Through Tinted Glass: What Does the Future Hold for Preemption in Motor Vehicle Litigation? (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, May 16, 2011
Co-Author: Professor Nicholas Wittner

'Amateurism' Rules Benefit Whites at Blacks' Expense
The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 15, 2011
Authors: Professors Robert McCormick and Amy McCormick

Jennifer Carter-Johnson, Scientist Lawyer
Macomb County Legal News, May 11, 2011
Profiled: Professor Jennifer Carter-Johnson

Many Native Americans Bristle At "Geronimo" Codename
Interlochen Public Radio, May 4, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Policy Changes Can Help Districts Avoid a Funding Cliff
Education Week, April 19, 2011
Author: Professor Kristi Bowman

Experts Say College Athletes are Not Reaping the Benefits of Their Labor
Losing to Win Blog, April 13, 2011
Quoted: Professors Amy and Robert McCormick

Ethics Symposium Peers Into Future Law Practice
Pacific McGeorge School of Law News, April 12, 2011
Featured: Professor Renee Newman Knake

Impossible to Comply with 2010 UK Bribery Act
nasdaq.com, April 8, 2011 (original presentation)
Featured: Professor Bruce Bean

Hitting Children: Should It Be Outlawed?
The New York Times, April 7, 2011
Author: Professor Susan Bitensky

The Rise of Animal Law
Science Magazine, April 1, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Supreme Court Takes Up Preemption Again, This Time in Generic Drug Labeling Dispute (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, March 28, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Does the President have the power to authorize war?
The Mitch Albom Show, WJR, March 22, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Brian Kalt

The bizarre shooting of two lost dogs in Old Hickory Village leaves a neighborhood divided
Nashville Scene, March 17, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

After more than a decade, has pet guardianship changed anything?
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, March 16, 2011
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Big research dollars at stake in Stanford v. Roche
Michigan Radio, March 10, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Jennifer Carter-Johnson

South Carolina High Court Told to Reexamine Ruling on Preemption of Auto Glass Claims (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, March 7, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

State Law Seat Belt Claims Not Preempted, High Court Says, Focusing on Agency Goals (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, February 28, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Williamson’s Focus on Agency Record Clarifies Preemption Analysis, Experts Say (PDF)
BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, February 28, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Toyota recalls 2.2M more vehicles
The Detroit News, February 25, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

History's Radical Leaders
The Michael Eric Dyson Show, February 23, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Michael Lawrence

Court: Pueblo Immune From Suits Over Land
Albuquerque Journal, February 18, 2011
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher

Defining the Obscene
Lansing City Pulse, February 16, 2011
Featured: Professor Kevin Saunders

First trial over runaway Toyota allegations set for 2013
The Detroit News, February 10, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nicholas Wittner

Michiganders Take Leadership Roles With ISS-USA
mlive.com, February 7, 2011
Featured: Professor David Thronson

Radicals in Their Own Time
WGVU, February 3, 2011
Interviewed: Professor Michael Lawrence

LCN Journalism Students Partake in First Amendment Clinic
Macomb Patch, February 2, 2011
Quoted: Professor Nancy Costello

Seduced: For Lawyers, the Appeal of Social Media Is Obvious. It’s Also Dangerous
ABA Journal, February 1, 2011
Quoted: Professor Renee Newman Knake

2010

Professor Champions the Rights of Children
Profiled: Professor Susan Bitensky
Oakland County Legal News, December 29, 2010

Professor Devoted to the Law and Economics, Committed to Music and Art
Profiled: Professor Nicholas Mercuro
Ingham County Legal News, December 23, 2010

Work E-Mail Stirs Controversy
Interviewed: Professor Adam Candeub
WILX, December 15, 2010

Tribe Seeks Help With Crime (PDF)
Quoted: Professor Tweedy
Daily Journal, December 8, 2010

Borders, Barnes & Noble merger would face hurdles
Quoted: Professor Candeub
The Detroit News, December 7, 2010

Native Intelligence: Law Professor an Expert on American Indian Issues
Featured: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Flint-Genesee County Legal News, November 26, 2010

Indigenous Interests
Featured: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Detroit Legal News, November 24, 2010

Expert: Settlement Could Bring Clarity
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
The Morning Sun, November 17, 2010

Johnny has two mommies -- and four dads
Quoted: Professor Melanie Jacobs
The Boston Globe, October 24, 2010

MSU helping immigrants navigate the legal system
Lansing State Journal, October 4, 2010

Cox blasted for refusing to fire staffer who runs critical blog
Quoted: Professor Kevin Saunders
Lansing State Journal, October 1, 2010

Shirvell Uproar Grows; Granholm Says She Would Fire Him
Quoted: Professor Robert McCormick
Gongwer News Service, September 30, 2010

Tribal Law and Order Act
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
West's Legal Current, September 29, 2010

Michigan Lawyers Celebrate Constitution Day
Ingham County Legal News, September 23, 2010
Quoted: Professors Frank Ravitch and David Thronson

Narrow rulings keep cigarette tax litigation open-ended
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Buffalo News, September 13, 2010

Their Day in Court
Quoted: Professor David Favre
ABA Journal, September 1, 2010

Reluctant Landlords in Detroit Rent to Pay Mortgages
Quoted: Professor Brian Gilmore
Detroit Free Press, August 30, 2010

Federal government should begin withdrawal from mortgage business
Author: Assistant Dean Elliot Spoon
The Detroit News, August 20, 2010

It's the Violence!
Author: Professor Kevin Saunders
The New York Times, July 19, 2010

The Ute Paradox
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
High Country News, July 19, 2010

A Michigan Sparty in Moscow
Featured: Professor Bruce Bean
Detroit Legal News, July 14, 2010

Lawyering Suits Pile Up at High Court
The National Law Journal, July 6, 2010
Quoted: Professor Renee Newman Knake

Tribe's casino odds improve
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Cape Cod Times, June 30, 2010

Harvard officials defend Kagan on Indian issues
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Indian Country Today, June 29, 2010

A New Path to Divorce in New York
Author: Professor Cynthia Lee Starnes
The New York Times, June 21, 2010

Supreme Court Rules Victim Had Role in Drunk Driving Death
Interview: Professor Candeub
Michigan Radio, June 9, 2010

Schaghticoke files cert on acknowledgment reversal
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Indian Country Today, May 26, 2010

Are Young Women Turning Their Backs on Law School?
American Bar Association Perspectives Magazine, Spring 2010
Quoted: Professor Hannah Brenner

Elena Kagan: Supreme Court Nominee (MP3)
Interview: Professor Brian Kalt
The Warren Pierce Show, WJR, May 16, 2010

Students have an ally in MSU law clinic
Interviewed: Professor Nancy Costello
Macomb County Legal News, May 5, 2010

Court backs Rincon tribe in gambling revenue dispute
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Sign On San Diego, April 20, 2010

Granholm called a long shot for court
Quoted: Professor Brian Kalt
Detroit Free Press, April 13, 2010

Firm keeps fee from voided garnishment, says U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Michigan
Quoted: Professor Anne Lawton
Michigan Lawyers Weekly, April 12, 2010

Indians try to keep cases away from high court
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
The National Law Journal, March 29, 2010

State needs to provide balance to court fights
Co-author: Dean Joan Howarth
Lansing State Journal, March 21, 2010

One Country, One School Yardstick?
Author: Professor Susan Bitensky
The New York Times, March 20, 2010

The Carcieri Fix (MP3)
Interview: Professor Matthew Fletcher
Native America Calling, March 22, 2010

Fido has rights, too--MSU law school session examines the developing world of animal law
Quoted: Professor David Favre
Oakland County Legal News, March 18, 2010

Experts: Trademark law deals in confusion
Quoted: Professor Sean Pager
The Times Herald, March 13, 2010

Controversy builds in matters of juvenile justice
Quoted: Professor Stephanie Crino
The Niles Daily Star, March 11, 2010

Will you e-marry me? Law professors propose sweeping changes in state marital statutes
Quoted: Professor Mae Kuykendall
Detroit Legal News, February 17, 2010

How Many Parents?
Author: Professor Melanie Jacobs
The New York Times, February 1, 2010

UCSD looking at a law school
Quoted: Dean Joan Howarth
The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 28, 2010

2009

Professor Mae Kuykendall talks about the Legal E-Marriage Project.
The Michigan Talk Network, December 8, 2009

Frank Beckmann speaks with Professor Mae Kuykendall about the Legal E-Marriage Project
WJR, December 7, 2009

High Court Justices to Take Up Lawyer Ethics, Errors
The National Law Journal, September 28, 2009
Quoted: Professor Renee Newman Knake

Daily News answers questions about Vikings' Kevin Williams and Pat Williams' anti-doping case
September 20, 2009
New York Daily News
By Christian Red and Teri Thompson
Quoted: Professor Robert McCormick

Pet Trusts Revealed
September 3, 2009
Greater Lansing Business Monthly
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Crisis Situation for Native American Women in a Broken Legal System
Quoted: Professor Matthew Fletcher
ABA Perspectives Magazine
Fall 2009 Issue

A Driving Force for Gender Equality
Diversity and the Bar, July/August 2009
Quoted: Professor Hannah Brenner

Looking Out For All Animals
August 26, 2009
The Atlantic
Quoted: Professor David Favre

Is Obama Wading Into Russian Politics?
Russia Profile Experts Panel
July 10th edition
Contributor: Professor Bruce Bean

Courting Sotomayor
July 2, 2009
Indian Country Today
Quoted: Professor Matthew L.M. Fletcher

The Politics of Picking Sides is so Predictable
July 1, 2009
Forbes (also appearing on Business Wire and Market Watch)
Guest Editorial

Let the Kid Be
The New York Times Magazine, June 14, 2009

How to Fire Your President: Voting 'No Confidence' With Confidence
The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 12, 2009

Explaining GM Bankruptcy
WILX-TV, May 27, 2009

Supreme Court shifts power from juries to judges
Lansing State Journal, May 28, 2009

Court Opening Prompts Question About Whether Gender Matters
The Wall Street Journal, May 14, 2009
Quoted: Professor Hannah Brenner

Madison, Hamilton would be pleased
Detroit Free Press, May 10, 2009

GM Gets Another Bid for Saturn
WLNS-TV, Lansing, April 16, 2009

Bankruptcy Effects on GM Workers
WILX-TV, Lansing, April 13, 2009

Government to GM: Prepare For Bankruptcy
WLNS-TV, Lansing, April 13, 2009

Professor Lawton discusses bankruptcy as it relates to Chrysler, GM, and Ford
1320 WILS-AM, Lansing, April 10, 2009

Supreme Court Backs Hawaii in Land Dispute
The New York Times, March 31, 2009

GM's Bridge Loans to Nowhere
March 22, 2009
Lansing State Journal Op Ed

Branching paths GM, Ford could be headed in separate directions
Tribune Chronicle, March 15, 2009

Professor Lawton discusses bankruptcy
KOA-AM, Denver, March 6, 2009

Decision's in. 'Now' begins work to fix Carcieri
Indian Country Today, February 25, 2009

In Need of Help
Cadillac News, February 21, 2009

Bury My Chance At The Supreme Court
CBS News Political Hotsheet Blog, February 20, 2009

Animal rights becomes hot field of legal study
Associate Press, February 14, 2009

Law professor: Intelligent Design expelled for lack of standing
Detroit Legal News, February 12, 2009
Featured: Professor Frank Ravitch

Battle Under the Big Top
Legal Times, February 2, 2009

Once Pardoned, Always Pardoned
The Washington Post Op Ed January 26, 2009

Can President Bush be impeached after he is gone?
Forbes Editorial January 19, 2009

Burris May Have Law On His Side
MSU Law Professor Brian Kalt discusses the legalities of Roland Burris' appointment to the U.S. Senate
WBBM, Chicago, January 5, 2009


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