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Title Date
Amid Silent Sam Debates, UNC Prepares to Celebrate First Amendment Day (Daily Tar Heel) September 25, 2018
A Teacher Was Suspended for Posting a Video of Herself Pole Dancing. But What Are Her Rights? Papandrea Explains. (Education Week) August 24, 2018
Ardia Explains How Trump Inaccurately Describes Libel Law (PolitiFact) September 5, 2018
Boston’s First Black Woman Prosecutor Has Yet to Take Office, But She’s Already Facing An Ethics Complaint - C. Hessick's Research Cited (Washington Post) January 2, 2019
C. Hessick Explains Why Michael Cohen Won’t Get Anywhere Near 65 Years in Prison (Slate) August 22, 2018
C. Hessick Quoted in Plea Bargaining: A Necessary Evil? (Above the Law) November 20, 2018
C. Hessick Quoted: From a 'Due Process' Perspective, the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Will Be a Farce (Hit & Run Blog) September 23, 2018
Cash-Strapped School Districts Left Behind by Wealthier Neighbors, Wilson Quoted (U.S. News & World Report) July 24, 2018
Chin Op-Ed: The Fight Against Partisan Gerrymandering Continues (Herald-Sun) August 31, 2018
Conservative Writer J. Peder Zane and Liberal Lawyer Gene Nichol Debate (News and Observer) September 27, 2018
Could Donald Trump Be Impeached? M. Gerhardt Weighs In (Toronto Star) August 22, 2018
Democrats in Murky Legal Water with Whitaker Lawsuits, A. Hessick Quoted (The Hill) November 13, 2018
Dems to Flex Muscle with New House Majority, M. Gerhardt Quoted (Fox News) November 7, 2018
Does Harvard Treat Asian-American Applicants Unfairly? The Case Goes to Trial; Shaw Comments (NPR) October 15, 2018
Elengold: Lawyers and Student Debt (Student Borrower Protection Center) January 10, 2019
Facebook Insiders Sold More Stock Than Usual in the Second Quarter, Hazen Quoted (CNBC) July 26, 2018
Facebook, Google Won’t Make Harassed Workers Arbitrate; Hirsch Quoted (Law360) November 9, 2018
Fedders: Bleeding Control Instead of Gun Control: House Select Committee on School Safety Shirks Mandate (EducateNC) January 10, 2019
From a “Due Process” Perspective, the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Will Be a Farce; C. Hessick Quoted (Hot Air) September 24, 2018
Gene Nichol to Deliver Major Address in Michigan, Speak in Raleigh (NC Policy Watch) November 26, 2018
Grinnell Files Federal Appeal Over Vote to Expand Students' Union; Hirsch Quoted (National Public Radio) December 10, 2018
Gurvich: Ensuring Success as a 1L (Law to Fact Podcast) August 14, 2018
High Stakes and ‘High Crimes’: M. Gerhardt's Book on Impeachment (Wall Street Journal) November 1, 2018
Hirsch - Labor & Employment Roundup: Joint-Employers, Union Finances, and Duty of Fair Representation (Workplace and Labor Blog) October 31, 2018
Hirsch Comments on Grinnell College Student Worker Union Case (Vice) December 13, 2018
Hirsch Quoted: Conservative Justice Could Revamp Workplace Law (Bloomberg Law) October 18, 2018
Hirsch Speaks About the Joint Employer Rule (Bloomberg Law) August 16, 2018
Hirsch: Amazon and the Fight for $15 Campaign (Workplace Prof Blog) October 2, 2018
Hirsch: Amazon Bails on AI Hiring Program (Workplace Prof Blog) October 16, 2018
Hirsch: D.C. Circuit (Mostly) Approves of Browning-Ferris Joint-Employer Test (Workplace Prof Blog) December 21, 2018
Hirsch: Federal Employees Sue for Being Forced to Work Without Pay During Shutdown (Workplace Prof Blog) January 2, 2019
Hirsch: NLRB ‘Joint Employer’ Proposal May Require High Court’s Approval (Bloomberg Law) January 2, 2019
Hirsch: Supreme Court Hears Arguments on ADEA's Application to Government Employers (Workplace Prof Blog) October 9, 2018
Hirsch: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Public-Sector Age Discrimination Plaintiffs (Workplace Prof Blog) November 6, 2018
Hirsch: The NLRB Joint Employer Test: Much Ado About Nothing? (Workplace Prof Blog) October 2, 2018
Hirsch: The NLRB's Regulation of Email (Workplace Prof Blog) September 27, 2018
Hirsch: Uber Drivers Lost Big Class Certification Case (Workplace Prof Blog) September 26, 2018
Hirsch: Union Dissenters Lose First Janus Clawback Decision (Workplace Prof Blog) November 30, 2018
Hornstein weighs in on flood insurance (Christian Science Monitor) August 16, 2018
Hornstein's Students Honored for Hurricane Relief Efforts (Daily Tar Heel) November 25, 2018
How Trump Could Use a National Emergency to Get His Border Wall, Explained by M. Gerhardt (Vox) January 8, 2019
Is There a Pro-Slavery Portrait in NC Supreme Court? Muller Quoted (Fayetteville Observer) October 26, 2018
Jacoby Blog: Corporate Bankruptcy as a Public-Private Partnership (CreditSlips Blog) August 20, 2018
Jacoby Comments on Sears Bankruptcy, Boss Eddie Lampert (USA Today) October 15, 2018
Jacoby: In the Zone: The Weinstein Co. Chapter 11 Hearings #9-13 (Credit Slips) September 12, 2018
Jacoby: No Sears Rewards Points Guaranteed for Shoppers After Bankruptcy Filing (USA Today) October 15, 2018
Jacoby: What Skews the Public-Private Partnership in Corporate Bankruptcy Cases? (Credit Slips) September 13, 2018
Kim's Research on Immigration Adjudication in the “Trump Era” Published in Emory Law Journal (The Regulatory Review) November 26, 2018
Let's Talk About Sex and the First Amendment (Daily Tar Heel) November 18, 2018
M. Gerhardt Comments on "Vague Nature" of the Word "Collusion" (ABC News) August 21, 2018
M. Gerhardt Discusses Bill Clinton's Impeachment 20 Years Ago (Time) December 18, 2018
M. Gerhardt's Book "Impeachment" Cited in Huffington Post December 15, 2018
Marshall Discusses Supreme Court Decision on Public Funding for Church Preservation (Bloomberg) November 21, 2018
Monast Op-Ed: More Frequent NC Hurricanes Are on the Way. Here’s How We Can Get Ready. (News & Observer) November 28, 2018
Muller Discusses Future of 'Silent Sam' (Indy Week) September 5, 2018
Muller, MLaw Grads Study Professional Ethics by Reflecting on the Holocaust (Legal News) September 6, 2018
Muller: His pro-slavery rhetoric was extreme. And his portrait dominates our top NC courtroom. (News and Observer) October 25, 2018
Muller: No, the Law Doesn’t Require Silent Sam to Be Returned to His Pedestal. (News and Observer) August 27, 2018
Myers '98 Comments on Sentencing of Former Buncombe County Staffers (Asheville Citizen-Times) January 4, 2019
NC Poverty Research Fund Report on Court Fines and Fees (NC Policy Watch) November 13, 2018
Nichol and Hunt '02 New Report on Court Fees that “Criminalize Poverty” (The Progressive Pulse) November 8, 2018
Nichol Explores N.C. Poverty in New Book (Chapelboro) January 7, 2019
Nichol Lectures at UMich on Government Interference in Higher Ed (University Record) November 28, 2018
Nichol Op-Ed: Kavanaugh Won, Decency Lost (News and Observer) October 11, 2018
Nichol Talks 'Face of Poverty in NC' with David Crabtree (WRAL) January 11, 2019
Nichol's ‘Faces of Poverty’ Shows Another North Carolina (Wilmington Star News) December 22, 2018
Nichol's Academic Freedom Lecture at U Mich to Discuss State Interference in Critique of Government (University Record) November 19, 2018
Osofsky: Fleshing Out Centralized Review of Tax Regulations (JOTWELL) October 11, 2018
Public Sector Union Fees are Dead. What's Next? Hirsch Quoted (Bloomberg) September 13, 2018
Puerto Rico Restructuring Appointments Could Go to Supreme Court; Jacoby Quoted (Bloomberg Law) December 6, 2018
Q-and-A with Michael Gerhardt, Author of "The Forgotten Presidents" (C-SPAN) November 11, 2018
Russia-Ukraine $3 Billion Battle Back in London Court, Weidemaier Quoted (Bloomberg) September 12, 2018
Sabbeth Discusses Gentrification in Durham (Herald-Sun) September 5, 2018
Shaw Comments on Harvard Admissions Trial (WGBH) October 12, 2018
Shaw Weighs in on the Long, Bitter Fight Over Thomas Farr (The Atlantic) November 29, 2018
Silver Linings Playbook: The Weinstein Co. Chapter 11 Hearings #7 (Credit Slips) July 25, 2018
Some Experts Believe Trump Can Be Impeached for Conduct Performed Before Becoming President, M. Gerhardt Quoted (Washington Examiner) December 6, 2018
Teen Accuses World-Famous Hospital of 'Medical Kidnapping,' Saver Quoted (CNN) August 16, 2018
The Faces of Poverty – A Special Interview with UNC Law Professor Gene Nichol (The Progressive Pulse) December 24, 2018
The National Police Association Is Throwing a Fit Over Prosecutorial Discretion (Slate) January 4, 2019
Threat of Liquidation Grows for Sears; Jacoby Quoted (USA Today) January 4, 2019
Toys ‘R’ Us Workers Face Harsh Reality in Quest for Severance - Jacoby Quoted (Bloomberg) July 23, 2018
Trump Presidency Inspires Wave of Books on Impeachment, Including M. Gerhardt's (Herald-Whig) October 23, 2018
UNC Faculty Want Seat at the Table in Silent Sam Deliberations, Muller Quoted (News and Observer) January 7, 2019
United Auto Workers Faces Reckoning with Big Three Dumping Sedans; Hirsch Quoted (Bloomberg Law) December 4, 2018
Weidemaier Speaks About Crystallex Court Win Against Venezuela (CNBC) August 10, 2018
Weidemaier: Ukraine Russia Bonds Get English Trial (Bloomberg) September 16, 2018
White House Defends Decision to Revoke Acosta's Press Pass, Ardia Quoted (MediaPost) November 14, 2018
Wilson: Researching How Laws & Policies Perpetuate Racial Segregation & Inequality in Schools (Endeavors) November 7, 2018
Zane and Nichol Debate: Where Have Republicans Taken North Carolina? (News and Observer) September 13, 2018
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