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.

1496
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
04/19/2021 Michael Benza UH’s fight over former lab director’s scathing affidavit highlights issue of sealing corporate secrets public records Cleveland Plain Dealer
04/18/2021 Sharona Hoffman Feds Address Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in the Wake of J&J Pause Health Law Courthouse News
04/17/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway In Chauvin trial, the defense scrambles to find ‘reasonable doubt’ George Floyd, Social Justice ESPN, The Undefeated
04/16/2021 Jessie Hill ‘Frankly, I Think Everyone Is Baffled’: Searching For Clues In SCOTUS’ Abortion Silence Roe V Wade Talking Points Memo
04/15/2021 Charles Korsmo Celebrities That Ditched Hollywood for Another Career Law School Cheapism
04/15/2021 Jonathan Entin Pandemic Provokes City vs. State Conflicts Municipal Law Bakersfield Californian
04/15/2021 Jonathan Entin Pandemic Provokes City vs. State Conflicts Municipal Law Chicago Tribune
04/15/2021 Jonathan Entin Pandemic Provokes City vs. State Conflicts Municipal Law Miami Herald
04/15/2021 Jonathan Entin Pandemic Provokes City vs. State Conflicts Municipal Law Pew Charitable Trusts
04/14/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway CWRU School of Law's Ayesha Bell Hardaway discusses police killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota George Floyd, Social Justice CNN, The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer
04/13/2021 Erik Jensen Permissive Libel Law Lets Democracy Down libel Crain's Cleveland Business
04/13/2021 Erik Jensen Permissive Libel Law Lets Democracy Down libel Wall Street Journal
04/13/2021 Anat Alon-Beck SPAC Attack: Placing The Risky Chicken Before The Regulatory Egg Business Law Forbes
04/13/2021 Michael Benza Bravery of Clarksville teen rape survivor credited with proposed change in Tennessee law Criminal Law The Tennessean
04/12/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Sports cards have gone virtual, and in a big way IP law Youngstown Daily Legal News
04/12/2021 Juscelino Colares China vs UK: What do China's new sanctions mean for the UK? 'Playing hardball' International Law London Daily Express
04/11/2021 Michael Benza Parma man accused of murdering 5-year-old son pleads not guilty at arraignment (graphic) Criminal Law WOIO, CBS Cleveland
04/10/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway George Floyd’s Body Is on Trial for Its Own Murder George Floyd Rolling Stone
04/09/2021 Sharona Hoffman Can We Take a Family Vacation If Our Kids Haven’t Received the COVID-19 Vaccine Yet? Health Law MSN
04/09/2021 Sharona Hoffman Can We Take a Family Vacation If Our Kids Haven’t Received the COVID-19 Vaccine Yet? Health Law Condé Nast Traveler
04/08/2021 Sharona Hoffman Ashland County restaurant owner's decision to go mask-less upheld by judge Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
04/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court weighs whether to enter gun debate amid calls for stricter limits Supreme Court MSN
04/08/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Law's Ayesha Bell Hardaway discusses the trial of Derek Chauvin on CNN's New Day George Floyd CNN
04/07/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court weighs whether to enter gun debate amid calls for stricter limits Supreme Court CBS News
04/06/2021 Andrew Geronimo Can Cops Say That? Police In Trouble Over Divisive Social Media Posts First Amendment Illinois Public Radio
04/06/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Law's Ayesha Bell Hardaway discusses Day 4 of trial of Derek Chauvin on CNN Criminal Law CNN, The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer
04/05/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Ohio's 'stand your ground' law takes effect Tuesday Stand Your Ground Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
04/05/2021 Jessie Hill Advocates say Ohio should get the ball rolling on redistricting despite Census delay Gerrymandering Cleveland Plain Dealer
04/04/2021 Sharona Hoffman Coronavirus vaccine passports beg the question: Who should know whether you’ve gotten the shot? Health Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
04/03/2021 Sharona Hoffman Coronavirus vaccine passports beg the question: Who should know whether you’ve gotten the shot? Health Law MSN
04/03/2021 Sharona Hoffman Digital records could keep fake vaccination cards off the market Health Law Yahoo
04/03/2021 Sharona Hoffman Digital records could keep fake vaccination cards off the market Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
04/02/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Body cam video captures George Floyd's deadly encounter with police. Criminal Law CNN
04/01/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Sports Cards Have Gone Virtual, and in a Big Way Digital Ownership Chicago Tribune
04/01/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Sports Cards Have Gone Virtual, and in a Big Way Digital Ownership ABC News
04/01/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Sports Cards Have Gone Virtual, and in a Big Way Digital Ownership US News and World Report
04/01/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Sports Cards Have Gone Virtual, and in a Big Way Digital Ownership Associated Press
03/31/2021 Sharona Hoffman Will I have to get a vaccine passport? Health Law Fox 8, Cleveland's Fox affiliate
03/30/2021 Jonathan Entin 9 Essential Reads on the Supreme Court and Gerrymandering Gerrymandering Good Men Project
03/30/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court reinstates murder conviction, says 6th Circuit ignored 'ample evidence' Supreme Court ABA Journal
03/29/2021 Jonathan Entin Breaking down Ohio's lawsuit against the American Rescue Plan Act's ‘tax mandate' Politics Crain's Cleveland Business
03/29/2021 Sharona Hoffman Several cruise lines require vaccines, but not everybody is on board Health Law Travel Weekly
03/29/2021 Jonathan Entin Dave Yost's American Rescue Plan challenge should fail Politics Crain's Cleveland Business
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been Health Law Yahoo
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been paid. Health Law South Carolina Times
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been paid. Health Law Detroit Free Press
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been paid. Health Law MSN
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been paid. Health Law Indianapolis Star
03/29/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Consumers filed 106 injury claims from COVID-19 vaccines, ventilators and hydroxychloroquine. Here's why none have been paid. Health Law USA Today
03/28/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Amid Calls For Transparency, City Agreed To Closed FOP Negotiations police reform WFPL, Kentucky Public Radio