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.

1528
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
07/29/2022 Law School Hottest Practice Areas: International Law Law School The National Jurist
07/29/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Patrick Fischer, Ohio Supreme Court justice seeking reelection, compares Roe v. Wade to Dred Scott, Plessy v. Ferguson Politics Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/28/2022 Jonathan Adler How the Supreme Court ‘shadow docket’ shaped climate doctrine Environmental Law E&E News
07/28/2022 Andrew Geronimo Ethan Liming family attorney considering a lawsuit against TikTok and toy-gun manufacturer after teen’s death First Amendment WEWS, ABC Cleveland
07/28/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops Social Justice Yahoo
07/27/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops Social Justice CBS News
07/27/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops Social Justice Toronto Star
07/27/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops Social Justice Washington Post
07/27/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Floyd family, others see inequality in penalties for ex-cops Social Justice Associated Press
07/26/2022 Jessie Hill Legal experts say Supreme Court abortion decision has raised myriad ethical, legal dilemmas Abortion Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/26/2022 Jonathan Entin Out of bounds? Why Ohio’s redistricting fight matters. Gerrymandering Christian Science Monitor
07/23/2022 Sharona Hoffman Ohio woman to move IVF embryos from Texas to due Roe v. Wade reversal Health Law Columbus Dispatch
07/23/2022 Juscelino Colares Trade Policies To Watch In The Second Half Of 2022 Trade Law360
07/22/2022 Kevin McMunigal Jan. 6 panel’s Trump evidence raises pressure on DOJ Donald Trump MSN
07/22/2022 Kevin McMunigal Jan. 6 panel’s Trump evidence raises pressure on DOJ Criminal Law The Hill
07/21/2022 Michael Scharf International criminal law is the focus of the second in series of joint IBA and Ukrainian National Bar Association seminars International Law International Bar Association
07/21/2022 Juscelino Colares Case Western Reserve University’s Juscelino Colares says U.S. warned Europe about its pending natural gas crisis International Law Newswise
07/21/2022 Jessie Hill Questions about abortion in Ohio after the overturning of Roe v. Wade? A legal and medical panel weighs in Abortion Law WKYC, NBC Cleveland
07/20/2022 Michael Scharf, Ayesha Bell Hardaway, Jonathan Entin Civil rights icon, CWRU alumnus Fred Gray receives Medal of Freedom Fred Gray, civil rights Spectrum News
07/19/2022 Jessie Hill Rapes of sisters, 10 and 13, in Cleveland mirror Columbus case that sparked national debate over Ohio’s abortion law Abortion Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/19/2022 Juscelino Colares Biden Comes Up Empty for US on Saudi Trip, Experts Say Politics Newsmax
07/19/2022 Jessie Hill Could 10-year-old rape victim have gotten abortion in Ohio? Experts say exceptions in law are vague Abortion Law Politifact
07/19/2022 Jessie Hill Offering benefits in a post-Dobbs world is complex decision Abortion Law Crain's Cleveland Business
07/18/2022 Miranda Leppla 5 ways climate change will cost Ohio taxpayers plenty Environmental Law Columbus Dispatch
07/18/2022 Jonathan Entin Moore v. Harper: The Gerrymandering Case That Could Radically Alter U.S. Democracy Gerrymandering How Stuff Works
07/18/2022 Jessie Hill Customer payment data could be part of abortion investigations Abortion Law Crain's Cleveland Business
07/18/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway We’re Still Learning More about Jayland Walker’s Shooting Social Justice Yahoo
07/17/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway We’re Still Learning More about Jayland Walker’s Shooting Social Justice The Root
07/17/2022 Jessie Hill DeWine Re-Ups Anti-Abortion Lobbyist, COVID Skeptic On Ohio Medical Board Abortion Law Cleveland Scene
07/17/2022 Michael Benza Will the Parkland gunman get the death penalty? death penalty BBC
07/16/2022 Jessie Hill Abortion Access: Ohio's 6-Week Ban Could Be Just the Start Abortion Law Public News Service
07/16/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Akron FOP says officers knew about previous pursuit of Jayland Walker's car Social Justice WEWS, ABC Cleveland
07/16/2022 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court muzzles EPA on climate Environmental Law E&E News
07/16/2022 Andrew Geronimo Cleveland Bar Association courts legal professionals with unique educational programs First Amendment Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/16/2022 Sharona Hoffman Ohio attorney general said 10-year-old rape victim could have had abortion in Ohio, but state law isn't clear Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
07/15/2022 Jessie Hill Fact Check: Could Pregnant 10-Year-Old Girl Get an Abortion in Ohio? Abortion Law Newsweek
07/15/2022 Juscelino Colares Could Sri Lankan Chaos Happen in US With Debt 'at the Limit'? Politics Newsmax
07/15/2022 Anat Alon-Beck ‘Love me tender’: how Musk wooed Twitter, only to leave it at the altar Business Law The Guardian
07/14/2022 Ayesha Bell Hardaway ‘He’s got the crime statistics in front of him.’ By Dave Yost questioning on Fox News the rape of 10-year-old girl, other victims may not come forward, advocates say Politics Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/14/2022 Michael Benza The Traffic Stop criminal procedure Court Junkie Podcast
07/14/2022 Jessie Hill After Roe, many questions: Where the legal fight moves next Abortion Law Christian Science Monitor
07/13/2022 Anat Alon-Beck Musk Ties Twitter Deal Exit To Long-Shot Breach Claim Business Law Law360
07/13/2022 Cassandra Burke Robertson Federal judge removes FirstEnergy attorneys in shareholder lawsuit, asks for applications to replace them Procedure Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/13/2022 Anat Alon-Beck Will Elon Musk Go to Jail For Canceling Twitter Deal? Business Law Law & Crime
07/13/2022 Jonathan Entin What 5 major Supreme Court decisions mean for you: Legally Speaking with Stephanie Haney Supreme Court WKYC, NBC Cleveland
07/13/2022 Anat Alon-Beck Here's what could happen next in Elon Musk's fight to get out of buying Twitter Business Law Business Insider
07/12/2022 Jonathan Adler The EPA needs to retool its fight against climate pollution. Here's how. Environmental Law MSN
07/11/2022 Jonathan Adler The EPA needs to retool its fight against climate pollution. Here’s how. Environmental Law Popular Science
07/10/2022 Anat Alon-Beck Let The Games Begin! Business Law Forbes
07/10/2022 Jonathan Entin With broad discretionary powers, prosecutors take a stand against laws they view as unjust -- including Ohio’s ‘heartbeat law’ Abortion Law Cleveland Plain Dealer