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.

1459
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
06/01/2021 Michael Scharf Why the US Should Recognize the Rohingya Genocide International Law The Diplomat
05/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Businesses reserve the right to enforce mask mandates past June 2, legal experts say Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
05/27/2021 Andrew Geronimo New Course Brings Down Barriers to Local Public Records for All Clevelanders public records WKSU
05/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Vaccine hesitancy in law enforcement puts public at risk Health Law KMGH, ABC Denver
05/27/2021 Jessie Hill Lebanon became the first Ohio city to pass an abortion ban. Here's what you need to know Abortion Cincinnati Enquirer
05/26/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Fact check: Federal law does not prevent states, businesses, employers from requiring COVID-19 vaccines Health Law MSN
05/26/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Fact check: Federal law does not prevent states, businesses, employers from requiring COVID-19 vaccines Health Law USA Today
05/25/2021 Sharona Hoffman Masks Off? How CDC Rules Are Playing Out in a Half-Vaccinated Country Health Law Courthouse News
05/25/2021 Jonathan Adler Why is the House taking so long to undo Trump methane rule? Environmental Law E&E News
05/25/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway 4 ways reparations for slavery can help close the racial wealth gap reparations Business Insider
05/24/2021 Anat Alon-Beck Alternatives to traditional IPOs: You get what you ask for Business Law Forbes
05/24/2021 Lewis Katz FirstEnergy’s push to defend House Bill 6 payments as ‘contributions’ appears to veer from corporate strategy criminal procedure Cleveland Plain Dealer
05/24/2021 Jessie Hill Q&A: ‘It seems clear’ Supreme Court will overrule or revise Roe v. Wade Abortion Law Healio
05/24/2021 Jessie Hill 'A very serious moment': Abortion case headed to U.S. Supreme Court could reverberate in Ohio Abortion Columbus Dispatch
05/23/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Van Tassel on Vulnerable Populations & Vaccine Injury Compensation Health Law Legal Theory
05/23/2021 Sharona Hoffman Workplaces, Schools, Concerts: Where You Might Have to Show Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Health Law Healthline
05/23/2021 Jessie Hill Lebanon to consider abortion ban Tuesday night Abortion Law Cincinnati Enquirer
05/23/2021 Erik Jensen Very Few Stirring American Revolution Tales Are Taught history Wall Street Journal
05/23/2021 Avi Cover Ohio professors with ties to Israel hoping for cease-fire International Law Cleveland Jewish News
05/23/2021 Sharona Hoffman Whose choice is it, anyway? Debates heat up between parents and teens about vaccines Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
05/23/2021 Sharona Hoffman Are Employers That Ditch Mask Mandates Liable for COVID-19 Infections at Work? Health Law Bill of Health
05/23/2021 Maya Simek Transgender Trafficking Survivors Face a Hard Road Back Human Trafficking Psychology Today
05/23/2021 Sharona Hoffman 'It's an honor system': Local businesses decide to follow new CDC guidance on masks Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
05/22/2021 Jessie Hill Do "We Buy Houses" Signs Benefit Sellers Or Harm Neighborhoods? Roe V Wade Sound of Ideas, ideastream
05/22/2021 Jessie Hill ‘Huge numbers’ of abortion cases heading to Supreme Court to test limits of Roe v. Wade Health Law MSN
05/22/2021 Jessie Hill ‘Huge numbers’ of abortion cases heading to Supreme Court to test limits of Roe v. Wade Abortion Law USA Today
05/22/2021 Jessie Hill A Trumpified SCOTUS And A Wide-Open Abortion Case Puts Roe At Its Greatest Risk Yet Abortion Law Talking Points Memo
05/22/2021 Sharona Hoffman Mask mandates may be ending but not mask politics Health Law WKRC, Cincinnati
05/21/2021 Sharona Hoffman Mask mandates may be ending but not mask politics Health Law FOX 17, Nashville
05/21/2021 Sharona Hoffman Mask mandates may be ending but not mask politics Health Law KATU, Portland
05/21/2021 Sharona Hoffman Mask mandates may be ending but not mask politics Health Law NBC 3, Las Vegas
05/21/2021 Sharona Hoffman Mask mandates may be ending but not mask politics Health Law NBC 3, Syracuse
05/20/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court unlikely to strike down Obamacare despite Democratic hysteria Obamacare MSN
05/20/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court unlikely to strike down Obamacare despite Democratic hysteria Obamacare Washington Examiner
05/18/2021 Liam Dunn Popularity of Venmo, Other Apps Prompt Questions for Lawyer Use Ethics Bloomberg
05/17/2021 Jonathan Entin Ohio Auditor slams Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District for funding levy-related poll Municipal Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
05/17/2021 Sharona Hoffman Only a third of LMPD report receiving COVID-19 vaccine Health Law Spectrum News
05/16/2021 Avi Cover Israel-Gaza conflict hits home for many Northeast Ohioans International Law WKYC, Cleveland
05/15/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson Federal Court Holds Whistleblower Must Arbitrate Claims whistleblower American Bar Association
05/15/2021 Law School Police misconduct records secret, difficult to access police reform ABC News
05/15/2021 Erik Jensen Yes, the 16th Amendment was properly ratified, so file your tax return Tax Law WXIA, NBC Atlanta
05/13/2021 Erik Jensen 2021 Capital Gains Tax Rates: Everything You Need to Know Tax Law The Motley Fool
05/13/2021 Craig Nard Waiving COVID-19 Vaccine Patents Is 'Something China Would Do, Not Something America Does' patent law Newsmax
05/11/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway, Lewis Katz With Justice Department review possible, could consent decree be next for Columbus police? Police Use Of Force USA Today
05/10/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway, Lewis Katz With Justice Department review possible, could consent decree be next for Columbus police? Police Use Of Force Columbus Dispatch
05/10/2021 Andrew Geronimo ideastream Lawsuits Against CMHA, Cleveland Continue First Amendment Ideastream, NPR
05/10/2021 Charlie Korsmo 17 Famous Actors Who Left Hollywood To Have "Regular" Jobs Law School BuzzFeed
05/09/2021 Laura McNally-Levine, Ayesha Bell Hardaway Pro Bono Stars: Grace Saalman of Case Western Reserve University Law School The National Jurist
05/08/2021 Andrew Geronimo Does Press Freedom Extend to Covering Police? First Amendment Public News Service
05/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Roberts Presses Biden DOJ on Standard for Flipping Positions in Court John Roberts The National Law Journal