Faculty in the News

CWRU law school faculty members are regularly featured in news stories about the law. That’s because they’re widely considered leading experts in their fields. They are frequently interviewed for broadcast and print stories, in outlets ranging from The New York Times and Washington Post to CNN and FOX.

1474
stories
in the media since May 1, 2018

Members of the media are encouraged to contact the university’s media relations department for help finding the right professor for your story. If you have a media inquiry or request for an interview please contact Colin McEwen in media relations at 216-368-4442.

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Date Name Title Tags News Outlet
01/19/2021 Sharona Hoffman Ohio’s vaccine rollout slowly opening COVID-19 shots to new residents while success in other states is mixed Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
01/18/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway US Capitol riot raises questions over racial double standard in policing police reform Financial Times
01/17/2021 Max Mehlman China's Tech Advancements Pose Threat to US Security International Law Newsmax
01/16/2021 Jonathan Adler US Senators Weigh Trump Impeachment impeachment NHK News, Japan
01/16/2021 Law School Bianca Smith Becomes 1st Black Woman Coach In Professional Baseball Law School NPR’s ‘Here and Now’
01/16/2021 Jonathan Entin CWRU constitutional law and political science professor discusses 2nd impeachment of President Trump impeachment WOIO, CBS Cleveland
01/15/2021 Erik Jensen Remembering Lasorda and the '66 Ogden Dodgers baseball Ogden Standard-Examiner
01/15/2021 Sharona Hoffman ‘No vaccine, no service:’ How vaccinations may affect travel plans in the future Health Law MSN
01/15/2021 Sharona Hoffman ‘No vaccine, no service:’ How vaccinations may affect travel plans in the future Health Law CNBC
01/14/2021 Jonathan Adler Law's Jonathan Adler comments on impeachment proceedings impeachment i24NEWS
01/14/2021 Jonathan Adler Trump faces unprecedented second impeachment trial impeachment CBS News
01/13/2021 Jonathan Adler Black Lawyers Speak: Stories of the Past, Hopes for the Future Law School Bloomberg
01/13/2021 Jonathan Adler Clean Energy Advocates Hope Biden Will Change The Game In Ohio Environmental Law Sound of Ideas, ideastream
01/13/2021 Andrew Geronimo No, the First Amendment doesn't prevent being banned on Twitter First Amendment Yahoo
01/12/2021 Sharona Hoffman Hey, doc? How will I prove I got the COVID-19 vaccine? Where will I need proof? Health Law The Daily Jeffersonian - Cambridge
01/12/2021 Sharona Hoffman Hey, doc? How will I prove I got the COVID-19 vaccine? Where will I need proof? Health Law Cincinnati Enquirer
01/12/2021 Jonathan Adler What Trump's dismal deregulatory record means for Biden Environmental Law E&E News
01/12/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway The week's best parenting advice insurrection Yahoo
01/11/2021 Jessica Berg Author, NYT reporter discuss Supreme Court, media Law School Cleveland Jewish News
01/11/2021 Sharona Hoffman Businesses, employers, airlines, and more all within their rights to mandate vaccines Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
01/11/2021 Jonathan Adler Biden’s HHS to Inherit Legal Fights Over Obamacare, Medicaid Affordable Care Act Bloomberg Law
01/11/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway How to explain to kids the difference between a mob and a protest insurrection Parents Magazine
01/10/2021 Charlie Korsmo Why Charlie Korsmo Quit Hollywood After 'Can't Hardly Wait' Law School The Things
01/09/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Reaction to Trump supporters storming U.S. Capitol building insurrection Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
01/09/2021 Law School Red Sox hire Bianca Smith for minor league team, first Black woman to coach in pro baseball Law School NBC News
01/09/2021 Jonathan Entin What you need to know about the 25th amendment and how it works insurrection WKYC, NBC Cleveland
01/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Garland Would Bring Rare Environmental Chops as Attorney General Politics Bloomberg
01/08/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson Statement of Law Professors Calling on the Immediate Removal of Trump from Office insurrection American Constitution Society
01/08/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why Concierge Doctors are the Only Way to Go Health Law Avenue Magazine
01/07/2021 Law School First Black woman to coach in pro baseball hopes to "inspire other women" with Red Sox job Law School CBS News
01/07/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Leaders: Capitol chaos illustrates painful truth in Black community insurrection WEWS, ABC Cleveland
01/07/2021 Andrew Geronimo Celebrity Commentators, State AGs Take on Tech Giants’ Expanding Power: Facebook, Google Fight Court Battles on Two Fronts Tech Law Pacer Monitor
01/06/2021 Jonathan Entin Garland Clerks Say He'll Be Steady Hand To Guide DOJ Politics Law360
01/06/2021 Jonathan Adler Northeast Ohio experts measure Capitol breach impact insurrection WEWS, ABC Cleveland
01/05/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Gov. Mike DeWine signs bill expanding controversial 'stand your ground' policy in Ohio Stand Your Ground Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
01/01/2021 Andrew Pollis The Justice Department accuses Walmart of fueling the opioid crisis opioid litigation The Economist
12/30/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump administration speeds up 'midnight rule-making,' creating hurdles for Biden Administrative Law MSN
12/30/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump administration speeds up 'midnight rule-making,' creating hurdles for Biden Administrative Law NBC News
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges US News and World Report
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump's impact on courts likely to last long beyond his term Federal Judges ABC News
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges San Francisco Chronicle
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges Seattle Post-Intelligencer
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump made lasting impact on federal courts Federal Judges Anchorage Daily News
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges Los Angeles Times
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges Yahoo
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges St. Louis Post-Dispatch
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges Las Vegas Sun
12/26/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s court appointments will leave decades-long imprint Federal Judges Associated Press
12/24/2020 Jonathan Entin Chris Collins once said it would be inappropriate for Trump to pardon him. Experts agree. President Trump Buffalo News
12/23/2020 Sharona Hoffman Coronavirus vaccine: How will it affect the future of flying Health Law Jerusalem Post