Our top faculty stories of 2020

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Every year, our law school faculty is regularly featured in news stories about the law. 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.

This year, we've chosen a selection of our top articles on the relevant topics of the day—from the pandemic, racial justice, the opioid epidemic, the Supreme Court and more. We hope you enjoy this collection of articles from the 30th ranked faculty in Scholarly Impact.

 

Jessica Berg

The Ethics of Wearing (or Not Wearing) a Face Mask During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Time Magazine

 

Katharine Van Tassel

What Elvis Can Teach Us About Vaccine Marketing

NPR

 

Andrew Pollis

American lawmen are going after Opioids Inc.

The Economist

 

Ayesha Bell Hardaway

Impact of coronavirus on minority-owned business guiding some black voters

CBS Evening News

 

Sharona Hoffman

Colleagues Become Confidants in the Age of Coronavirus

Wall Street Journal

 

Bryan Adamson

I covered the Rodney King and Freddie Gray riots. This moment feels different. That's why I'm afraid

CNN

 

Jonathan Adler

This Is the Real John Roberts

New York Times

 

Jonathan Entin

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death Marks 'The Last Of An Era' For The Supreme Court, Former Clerk Says

NPR, Here And Now

  

Anat Alon-Beck

Unjust enrichment and Citi’s $900 million error

Washington Post

 

Richard Gordon

Paycheck Protection Program fraud cases are on the rise

CBS News

 

Michael Benza

What Did Emile Weaver Know?

Elle

 

Andrew Geronimo

Why we over-share on dating apps

Business Insider