USF Law In the News

USF School of Law professors, students, and programs often garner coverage in the local, national, and international media. The following are highlights of recent coverage.

Black workers’ class-action suit vs. San Francisco was a long time coming Mission Local 12/13/20 Prof. Tristin Green
For insight into DA-elect Jason Williams reforms, look to 'progressive prosecutors' 12/12/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Nonprofits Combat COVID Stress One Breath, One Community at a Time NonProfit Quarterly 12/11/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
DACA Ruling KCBS Radio 12/5/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Can Trump's 'Invisible Wall' Of Immigration Policies Be Dismantled? Take Two 11/19/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Trump election lawyers on trial in court of public opinion France 24 11/13/20 Prof. Joshua Davis
Celebrating Biden Not Trump Reflects the Scourge of Scottish Politics The National - Scotland 11/10/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Kamala Harris will be the first African American Woman to be Vice President of the United States The Costa Rica News 11/9/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Kamala Harris: On the cusp of US election history Yahoo News 10/30/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
‘You Put a Lot of Black Brothers Away’: Kamala Harris Responds to Jermaine Dupri’s Concerns About Her Record as a Prosecutor Atlanta Black Star 10/27/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
A devout Catholic and Orthodox interpreter of the Constitution PledgeTimes 10/18/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Black immigrants find camaraderie, divide amid protests Fox 13 10/17/20 Prof. Bill Hing
What Iowa could learn from Kamala Harris about reducing prison populations The Gazette 10/13/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Trump’s taxes; What criminal justice reform bills Gov Newsom did and didn’t sign; Plus stories from the Glass Fire: how the evacuations are impacting seniors, ag workers and day laborers 94.1 KPFA 10/1/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Collective Trauma Summit Highlights the Healing Power of Contemplative Practices BuddhistDoor 9/29/20 Prof. Rhonda Magee
City Visions: The Case Against the Electoral College 91.7 FM San Francisco KALW 9/28/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Gender Treason and the Supreme Court Splice Today 9/28/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Who is Amy Coney Barrett? Everything you need to know as Trump nominates conservative to Supreme Court panel 9/27/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Highly Qualified' or a 'Tainted Nomination': Amy Coney Barrett's Nomination Divides Legal Community | The National Law Journal 9/26/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Amy Coney Barrett Is No Ruth Bader Ginsburg The New York Times 9/26/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Could Trump's proposed visa rule cause foreign students to forgo US colleges? Education Dive 9/25/20 Prof. Bill Hing
VP nominee Kamala Harris to play key role in SCOTUS confirmation hearings 9/21/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Biden likely to tap Kamala Harris to prosecute Trump court pick 9/20/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon 
SF DA seeks to overturn wrongful convictions through ‘Innocence Commission’  Mission Local 9/18/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
District Attorney to Review Wrongful Criminal Convictions SF Gate 9/17/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon 
 Mounting climate cases expand Big Oil's legal battlefield E&E News 9/16/20 Prof. Alice Kaswan 

Contra Costa County Library Launches Countywide Read

East County Today 9/4/20 Prof. Bill Hing

Harris under scruity for tough-on-crime prosecuter past

Brinkwire 8/26/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

US Immigration Reverses Plan to Furlough More than 13,000 Workers at the End of this Month

KCBS Radio 8/25/20 Prof. Bill Hing

Kamala Harris Has a Lot Going for Her but Her Old Positions Come Under the Scanner

The Wire 8/23/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

Was Kamala Harris a Progressive Prosecutor? A Look at Her Time as a DA & California Attorney General

Democracy Now! 8/13/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

How Kamala Harris found the political identity that had eluded her

WTVB 8/12/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

Harris and Biden once were at odds on criminal justice issues. Finding common ground helped lead him to pick her as his running mate.

The Washington Post 8/12/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

Biden's VP pick: Who is the front-runner Kamala Harris?

BBC 8/11/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

San Francisco's death row is now empty, but California still has the most inmates with death sentences of any state

Business Insider 7/30/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

From 9/11 to Portland, it was inevitable ‘Homeland Security’ would be turned on the American people | Will Bunch

Philadelphia Inquirer 7/30/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

New international students taking all online classes can't enter US, ICE says

Education Dive 7/25/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

California laws likely to override Trump rule on transgender homeless shelter stays

San Francisco Chronicle 7/24/20 Prof. Luke Boso

The Supreme Court Upheld DACA But The Trump Administration Hasn’t Let Immigrants Apply For It

Forbes 7/17/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

Supreme Court Saves DACA but Essential Workers Still Struggle Amid Pandemic

El Tecolote 7/17/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

Despite Supreme Court's Ruling On DACA, Trump Administration Rejects New Applicants

NPR 7/16/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

Trump administration rescinds policy barring foreign students from online classes

Education Dive 7/15/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

Can the lawsuit filed by Harvard and MIT block new U.S. visa rule?

CGTN 7/14/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

We Spoke to One of the International Students Targeted by Trump’s New Rule. Here’s What She Said.

Courier 7/10/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

It’s Time to Create a Right to an Immigration Attorney

Slate 7/8/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

What Happens Next for DACA?

Inside Higher Ed 7/6/20 Prof. Bill Ong Hing

Carbon pricing is not enough to fight climate change

The Hill 7/6/20 Prof. Alice Kaswan

Can ‘Mainstream’ DAs Become Restorative Justice Supporters?

The Crime Report 7/1/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

San Jose man exonerated after 17 years behind bars sues for wrongful conviction

The Mercury News 6/29/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

Kamala Harris’s Police Reform Push Becomes Running Mate Tryout

BNN Bloomberg 6/29/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon

Democrats face make-or-break moment on police reform

The Hill 6/23/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Legal Experts Question Use Of Federal Law To Prosecute Torching Of Empty NYPD Patrol Car During Protests The Appeal 6/23/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
President Trump Puts an End to Temporary Work Visas KCBS 6/23/20 Prof. Bill Hing
A Close Look at High Court's DACA Ruling Law360 6/23/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Supreme Court Ruling Relieves DACA Students and Energizes Activism The Chronicle of Higher Ed 6/18/20 Prof. Bill Hing
U.S. Supreme Court rules job discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity is illegal San Francisco Chronicle 6/15/20 Prof. Luke Boso
Black Lives Matter and the Environment Center for Progressive Reform 6/10/20 Prof. Alice Kaswan
Five Books On Systemic Racism Every White Leader Can Learn From Center for Compassionate Leadership 6/9/20 Prof. Rhonda Magee
Book Excerpt: The Inner Work of Racial Justice Goop 6/8/20 Prof. Rhonda Magee
As Bay Area curfews lift, San Jose police, city defend use of force at protests Mercury News 6/5/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
How to talk to kids about work The Inclusion School Podcast 5/17/20 Prof. Michelle Travis
Federal Judge Orders Release of ICE Detainees in Ohio Affected by Virus Courthouse News Service 5/14/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Facing protests, Newsom says easing stay-at-home rules could be ‘days’ away Los Angeles Times 5/2/20 Prof. Julie Nice
Dads for daughters work and life podcast 5/2/20 Prof. Michelle Travis
"With no coronavirus cases, a California county defies Gov. Newsom and reopens" Los Angeles Times 5/1/20 Prof. Julie Nice
Everyone’s panicked’: Trump’s immigration order could have long-term effects for Texas Express News 4/23/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Trump’s coronavirus immigration ban: Unclear if courts will uphold it San Francisco Chronicle 4/22/20 Prof. Bill Hing
Work on the Dark Side: An Inside Look at Guantanamo LA Review of Books 4/16/20 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
Trump Has Achieved His Goal of Abolishing Asylum Slate 4/10/20 Prof. Bill Hing
New Report Says CA Voters Support Releasing Many Vulnerable People From Prison Due To COVID-19 Dangers Witness LA 4/10/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Coronavirus could alter climate litigation. Here's how ClimateWire 4/9/20 Prof. Alice Kaswan
One sure cure for the quarantine blues: A family pillow fight The Washington Post 3/30/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
Santa Clara County DA draws fire for hiring SF prosecutor in Jamal Trulove wrongful conviction case Mercury News 3/18/20 Prof. Lara Bazelon
#MeToo Doesn't Always Have to Mean Prison The New York Times 3/2/20 Prof. Bazelon
Why Has Jackie Lacey's Conviction Review Unit Exonerated So Few People? The Appeal 2/27/20 Prof. Bazelon
New green card rules scare thousands into droping benefits, like food stamps KTVU 2/26/20 Prof. Hing
A Progressive Prosecutor Pledged to Reform the System. The System's Fighting Back. Slate 2/25/20 Prof. Bazelon
Trump's Changes to Immigration Could Take Years to Undo — Even With a New President KQED 2/18/20 Prof. Hing
Asian American sheriff in California vows to protect immigrants from Trump policies USA Today 2/16/20 Prof. Hing
How the Bay Area Housing Crisis Spiraled Out of Control NBC Bay Area 2/9/20 Prof. Iglesias
The future of cash bail in California Los Angeles Times 1/24/20 Prof. Bazelon
Are Democrats Getting the Trial They Want? The Bulwark 1/24/20 Prof. Bazelon
Guantánamo human rights abuses must not be forgotten The Mercury News 1/21/20 Prof. Honigsberg
Impeachment Managers Shoul Forget the Senate and Focus on the Real Jury: Voters The Washington Post 1/17/20 Prof. Bazelon
Letters and Politics KPFA 1/16/20 Prof. Honigsberg
Majority Report The Majority Report 1/13/20 Prof. Honigsberg
Why Did San Francisco's New District Attorney Fire Seven Prosecutors? KQED 1/12/20 Prof. Bazelon
Chesa Boudin Sworn In as San Francisco's New District Attorney The Appeal 1/9/20 Prof. Bazelon
The Suspect Next Door SF Chronicle 1/9/20 Prof. Leo
Can S.F.'s Chesa Boudin Flip the Script for the Nation's Progressive DAs? KQED 1/8/20 Prof. Bazelon
Learning to See Our Racial Biases with Rhonda Magee Tricycle 12/26/19 Prof. Magee
Government Watchdog: ICE Isn't Tracking All the Parents it Detains KQED 12/16/19 Prof. Hing
"ICE Stands by Fake University Used to Lure in Foreign Students, Says It's Evidence People 'Exploit' Visa System" Newsweek 12/9/19 Prof. Hing
"Climate cases may see ripple effect from Superfund battle" Climatewire 11/27/19 Prof. Kaswan
"Ice Operation That Arrested Hundreds Of Foreign Students At Fake University May Not Be Legal, Immigration Attorney Says" Newsweek 11/27/19 Prof. Hing
"How Betsy Devos Is Changing Rules On Sexual Misconduct On Campus" WCBI 11/24/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Innocent on death row?" NNY360 11/24/19 Prof. Leo
"DACA: The Future of Dreamers – And of One Lawyer Who Represents Them – Is in the Hands of the Supreme Court" Siliconeer 11/23/19 Prof. Hing
"CBSN Originals: Are Title IX guidelines working" CBSN 11/21/19 Prof. Bazelon
"New Roadblocks to Legal Immigration" KCBS Radio 11/18/19 Prof. Hing
"Now We See You: The Reid Technique and ‘When They See Us’" New York Law Journal 11/14/19 Visiting Prof. Strang
"After decades visiting his parents in prison, this lawyer wants to be San Francisco’s next DA" The Washington Post 11/04/19 Prof. Bazelon
"The Trump administration wants to end California’s cap-and-trade program" Marketplace 10/23/19 Prof. Kaswan
"Police consulting firm behind widely criticized ‘Reid technique’ claims Netflix drama When They See US misrepresents method" The Gaurdian 10/16/19 Prof. Leo
"Confessions made him the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history. But is he telling the truth?" Washington Post 10/12/2019 Prof. Leo
"What 2 Deep-Dive Books on Kavanaugh Taught Me About Truth in the Trump Era" Politico 9/29/19 Prof. Bazelon
"In Trump’s Brawl With California, the Law Is With California—but Will That Matter?" Mother Jones 9/20/19 Prof. Kaswan
"Despite DNA evidence of innocence, W. Va. man who pled guilty remains locked up" Injustice Watch 9/19/19 Prof. Leo
"We Need Not Live 9/11 Again" SF Chronicle 9/11/19 Prof. Honigsberg
"Can Trump Turn Away Most Asylum-Seekers to the U.S.? Courts Likely to Weigh in on New Policy" KQED’s California Report  7/16/19 Prof. Hing
"2019’s Best Big Cities to Live in" WalletHub 7/16/19 Prof. Iglesias
"Immigration Raids Vowed by Trump Fail to Materialize" The Crime Report 7/15/19 Prof. Hing
"Morning Report" The Hill 7/15/19 Prof. Hing
"Mass UCE roundup not seen" Chicago Daily Herald 7/15/19 Prof. Hing
"As immigrant families wait in dread, no sign of large-scale enforcement raids" Washington Post 7/14/19 Prof. Hing
"Mom Admits She Puts Her Job Before Her Kids, And Doesn't Care What You Think" 7/12/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump's hard-line immigration policies build on the history of former US presidents" PRI 7/12/19  Prof. Hing 
"The Waves: The “Hanna and Noreen’s Last Show” Edition" Slate 7/11/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Nationwide ICE Raids Begin Sunday" KCBS Radio 7/11/19 Prof. Hing
"On the Move" Diverse Issues in Higher Education 7/10/19 Dean Freiwald
"University of San Francisco professor shares how she finds work-life balance" ABC7 Midday Live 7/9/19 Prof. Bazelon
"New Democracy in an old one: Greece’s election" Economist Radio 7/5/19 Prof. Hing
"Where Do the Nation’s Values and Morality Stand on This 4th of July?" Background Briefing with Ian Masters 7/4/19 Prof. Hing
"The Debate Regarding Working Moms Rages On, But With A Twist" Forbes 7/4/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Letters: Striking a Balance Between Work and Family" New York Times  7/4/19 Prof. Bazelon
"'I prioritize my work because I'm ambitious': Mom sparks debate about prioritizing work over kids" ABC13 Eyewitness News  7/3/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Reports of disturbing detention conditions on border spark protests in SF" San Francisco Chronicle  7/2/19 Prof. Hing
"Kings of Deportation" In the Thick  7/2/19 Prof. Hing
"Mother pens New York Times article saying women can choose work over family time" ABC6 Action News  7/2/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris Says She Was a Progressive Prosecutor. Her Record Tells Another Story" Democracy Now 7/2/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Mom says she has 'picked my job over my kids' in opinion essay, sparks debate" Good Morning America 7/2/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Say it ain't so, Joe" Chicago Sun-Times 7/1/19 Prof. Bazelon
“Some Did Not Have Socks. Their Hair Was Dirty.” Slate 7/1/19 Prof. Hing
"I’ve Picked My Job Over My Kids" New York Times 6/29/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Democratic Debates, Border Detention Conditions, Supreme Court Rulings" KQED Newsroom 6/28/19 Prof. Hing
"Ears and a Tail" Durango Herald 6/28/19 Prof. Bazelon
"The Rick Unger Show" KKSF-AM  6/28/19 Prof. Hing
"Transitions" Chronicle of Higher Education 6/26/19 Dean Freiwald
"Border Patrol argues child treatment at Clint migrant facility not as described, gives access to Texas station" Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer 6/26/19 Prof. Hing
"U.S. returns 100 migrant children to overcrowded border facility as HHS says it is out of space" Washington Post 6/25/19 Prof. Hing
"Trump EPA claims new power plant rule would improve health of minority and low-income communities. Don't believe it." Media Matters 6/24/19 Prof. Kaswan
"Why Los Angeles Could Be the Setting for the ‘Most Important D.A. Race’ in the U.S." New York Times 6/21/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Mindfulness Is Everywhere. Is It Working For Everyone?" WBUR 6/21/19 Prof. Magee
"From WWII incarceration camps to the Muslim ban, lawyers speak out against exclusion" KALW 6/20/19 Prof. Hing
"University of San Francisco Interim Law Dean Gets a Job Upgrade" The Recorder 6/14/19 Dean Freiwald
“Kamala Harris Gambles on a Risky Embrace of Her Record as a Prosecutor” Bloomberg 6/11/19 Prof. Bazelon
“Warren’s Wealth Tax Isn’t Enough” Slate 6/10/19 Prof. Bazelon
“Kamala Harris Didn’t Act for 5 Years on Policy to Help Ensure Fair Trials” Wall Street Journal 6/10/19 Prof. Bazelon
“Linda Fairstein’s Central Park Five role is a case study for restorative justice” Los Angeles Times 6/7/19 Prof. Bazelon
“Vietnamese men denied visas for life-saving transplant for brother in San Jose” San Francisco Chronicle 6/7/19 Prof. Hing
"Inside the Courtroom Where Teens Are Suing the Government Over the Climate Crisis" Vice 6/5/19 Prof. Kaswan
"Antitrust data reveals vital role of private actions, illustrates need to pass FAIR Act" The Hill 5/28/2019 Prof. Davis
"Harvard’s Harvey Weinstein Mess" Slate 5/17/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump's Push to Detain More Migrant Families Is Risky and Inhumane, Advocates Warn" KQED 5/15/2019 Prof. Hing
"Kamala Harris Spent a Career Opposite Public Defenders. Now She Wants Them to Get Paid More." Mother Jones 5/15/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Private Antitrust Settlements Total Grew to $5 Billion in 2018" Bloomberg Law 5/14/2019 Prof. Davis
"Kamala Harris working hard to get on the left side of history" Daily News, Whittier Daily News 5/14/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Supreme Court says iPhone users can pursue antitrust case against Apple and its App Store" The Week 5/14/2019 Prof. Davis
"High court says Apple lawsuit can move ahead" Associated Press, USA Today 5/14/2019 Prof. Davis
"A Supreme Court Dissent Has People Worried About Roe V. Wade" Bustle 5/13/2019 Prof. Manian
"Harvard Shouldn’t Punish Harvey Weinstein’s Attorney" Slate 5/13/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Power Up: Kamala Harris, seeking to change her narrative, proposes relief for public defenders" The Washington Post 5/8/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Why are so few women sentenced to death?" Alive 11 5/1/2019 Emeritus Prof. Shatz
"Alameda County District Attorney releases records from lurid police sexual misconduct cases" East Bay Times 4/17/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Yabba dabba don't: California town rejects Flintstones house" Chicago Tribune 4/8/2019 Prof. Iglesias
"Black Voters Weigh In On 2020 Candidates At National Action Network Convention" KSRO Radio 4/5/2019 Prof. Iglesias
"Yabba dabba don't: California town rejects Flintstones house" Komo News 4/4/2019 Prof. Iglesias
"San Francisco suburb says 'Yabba Dabba Don't' to Flintstones house, owner fighting back" Fox News 4/4/2019 Prof.  Iglesias
"Yabba dabba don't: San Francisco suburb rejects Flintstones house" ABC 10 4/3/2019 Prof. Iglesias
"Julie Nice on the Mueller Report" ABC 7 News 3/25/2019 Prof. Nice
"Talking Restorative Justice With Lara Bazelon" Law 360 3/24/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"SF judge challenges Trump policy requiring asylum seekers to return to Mexico" San Francisco Chronicle 3/22/2019 Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
"San Francisco’s new Public Defender, Manojar Raju: Plus: Mandatory minimum sentencing and the path to decarceration" KPFA 3/12/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Voices: Richard Leo" Death Penalty Focus 3/8/2019 Prof. Leo
"Paul Manafort Sentenced to 47 months in Prison" KQED 3/8/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Dismissing the Green New Deal as overreaching 'socialism' ignores reality of climate crisis" The Hill 2/28/2019 Prof. Kaswan
"California Attorney General Xavier Beccera faces criticism from criminal justice reformers" Cal Watchdog 2/25/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Willie McCoy Was ‘Riddled With Bullets’ After Police Shot Him at Taco Bell, Lawyer Says" New York Times 2/21/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Indiana seeks to uphold conviction after hypnosis bolstered identification" Injustice Watch 2/20/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Immigrant advocacy groups seek restraining order to block Trump asylum policy" The Hill 2/20/2019 Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
"Groups seek restraining order to block Trump asylum policy" WRAL 2/20/2019 Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
"SPLC sues Trump administration for policy forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico" SPL Center 2/14/2019 Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
"Nonprofit Collaborative Gets $550K For Immigrant Deportation Defense"
SF Gate 2/12/2019 Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
"Klobuchar’s Prosecutor Past Could Haunt Her Presidential Bid" The Daily Beast 2/10/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Entrapment of undocumented students is not okay" The Lumberjack 2/7/2019 Prof. Hing
"Kamala Harris announces 2020 presidential bid at rally in Oakland" El Tecolote 1/31/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"U.S. set up a fake university to nab immigration fraud suspects" NBC News 1/30/2019 Prof. Hing
"Harris Defends Criminal Justice Record During Iowa Town Hall" CBS SF 1/29/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris officially launches 2020 presidential campaign" KPAX 1/27/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"'That's Not Our America': Kamala Harris Officially Launches Presidential Bid in Oakland" KQED 1/27/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris Launches White House Bid, Hits Trump's 'Medieval' Wall" US News 1/27/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Sizing up the candidates vying for the US presidency" Evening Standard 1/25/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Supes appear set to relax sanctuary law for accused rapist, but doubts persist" SF Chronicle 1/24/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Did Kamala Harris’ Berkeley childhood shape the presidential hopeful?" Berkeleyside 1/24/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris: How 2020 hopeful could radically transform America's criminal justice system" The Independent 1/24/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris and the Rise of Progressive Prosecutors" Slate 1/23/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"The two areas Kamala Harris is most vulnerable to political attacks" The San Diego Union Tribune 1/23/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"An Assessment of the Latest Democrat Running for President, Senator Kamala Harris" KPFK-FM 1/21/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris officially enters 2020 US presidential race" The Guardian 1/21/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris' record as 'progressive prosecutor' facing new scrutiny as she eyes 2020 run" Fox News 1/19/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris takes hits on her criminal justice record" CNN, ABC7 News 1/18/19 Prof. Bazelon
"Kamala Harris Was Not a ‘Progressive Prosecutor’" The New York Times 1/17/2019 Prof. Bazelon
"After 17 years, Guantanamo still erodes U.S. commitment to the rule of law" The Washington Post 1/11/2019 Prof. Honigsberg
"Sanctuary policies criticized again after officer’s slaying. Here’s a look at the issues" San Francisco Chronicle 12/31/2018 Prof. Hing
"Stephen Reinhardt: The Liberal Judge With a Fighting Spirit" Politico Magazine 12/30/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Mental disabilities cast doubt on defendants’ guilty pleas" Injustice Watch 12/21/2018 Prof. Leo
"A Federal Takeover of NYCHA?; President Trump's Company Made Money From His Inauguration; Amazon's Other Hub; Restorative Justice" WNYC 12/18/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Criminal Justice Advocate Says Recognizing Wrongful Convictions Is Only Half The Struggle" KERA News 12/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"This professor started a legal clinic for black students accused of rape. She’s getting threats" The College Fix 12/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"How false confessions became an American criminal justice phenomenon" Mic 12/14/2018 Prof. Leo
"Texas judge who approved plea deal for alleged Baylor University rapist faces public backlash" USA Today 12/13/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Liberal Law Professor Backs Betsy DeVos’s Efforts to Restore Due Process on Campus" Legal Insurrection 12/11/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Law Professor Praises Devos's Proposed Title IX changes" Daily Caller 12/10/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"The Ghost Ship fire two years later: Will massive lawsuit finally lead to accountability?" Mercury News 12/2/2018 Prof. Davis
"Trump gambled big on sanctuary cities. Could he lose big?" San Francisco Chronicle 11/27/2018 Prof. Hing
"Landmark California law bars prosecutors from pursuing murder charges against people who didn't commit murder" The Intercept 11/23/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"This Is What Wrongful Conviction Does to a Family" Politico Magazine 11/12/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"‘Paper Chase’ author John Jay Osborn’s novel ideas just pop into his brain" Mercury News 11/8/2018 Prof. Osborn
"The Constitutional Legacy of Lynching Victim Ed Johnson—Where Are We Now?" American Bar Association 11/7/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump asks Supreme Court to bypass lower courts and rule on DACA" SF Chronicle 11/5/2018 Prof. Hing
"Rectify: Interview with Lara Bazelon" C-Span 11/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Will Donald Trump be breaking the law with new asylum policy? Immigration experts question legality of proposal" Newsweek 11/1/2018 Prof. Hing
"Miranda in translation: ABA pilot project tests tools to help police deliver effective Miranda warnings in Spanish" ABA Journal 11/1/2018 Prof. Leo
"The Power of Restorative Justice After Wrongful Conviction" Undisclosed Podcast 10/30/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"The VHS Hunt" PodBean 10/30/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Bay Area Law Professors Call Trump's Plan to End Birthright Citizenship 'Ludicrous'" KQED 10/30/2018 Prof. Hing, Prof. Nice, Prof. Manian, Prof. Brown Scott
"What would California look like without birthright citizenship?" Mercury News 10/30/2018 Prof. Hing
"Prosecutor Says Victim's Last Words Tie Suspect To Fatal Shooting" SF Gate 10/30/2018 Prof. Leo

"Do female lawyers in the US face prejudice in court?"

BBC News 10/30/2018 Prof. Bazelon

"Expert Opinions Divided After Judge’s Pivot in Monsanto Ruling"

Courthouse News Service 10/25/2018 Prof. Davis

Trump rolls back clean air standards as air quality worsens

Fresno Bee 10/24/2018 Prof. Kaswan

Star witness in Santa Clara paramedic’s murder doesn’t ID main suspect; expert brought in on false confessions

East Bay Times 10/24/2018 Prof. Leo
"Trump is wrong: ‘Caravan’ migrants can apply for asylum at US border" Talk Media News 10/22/2018 Prof. Hing
"With Kavanaugh on Court, Abortion Rights Groups Sharpen Their Focus on the States" New York Times 10/19/2018 Prof. Manian
"Police Have Been Ordered To Return California Man’s Personal Marijuana Stash" The Fresh Toast 10/18/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Man accused in gruesome double murder walks free, charges dismissed in ’09 killing" Fresno Bee 10/18/2018 Prof. Chatfield
"Christine Blasey Ford’s Memory of Her Assault Isn’t a Case of Mistaken Identity" Slate 10/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Court: California judges shielded from federal pot charges" KSBY 6 10/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Court says SF police have to return a man’s seized marijuana" SF Chronicle 10/15/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Kavanaugh testimony compelled a massive number of legal scholars to speak out" The Washington Post 10/5/2018 Interim Dean Freiwald
"Calls for Senate to Block Kavanaugh Nomination Grows" NBC News 10/4/2018 Prof. Davis
"Bay Area Law Professors Among 2,400 Stating Opposition To Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination" CBS 10/4/2018 Prof. Kaswan
The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh — The New York Times 10/3/2018 Interim Dean Freiwald, Prof. Davis, Prof. de la Vega, Prof. Geevargis, Prof. Green, Prof. Kaswan, Prof. Manian, Prof. Travis, Prof. Wright
"The Kavanaugh Hearings Have Demonstrated How Desperately America Needs Restorative Justice" Slate 10/2/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Week in politics: Exploring the scope of FBI’s Kavanaugh inquiry, the big takeaways from ‘New NAFTA’ and more" KPCC Airtalk 10/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"5 Questions: Rhonda Magee" The Highlands Current 10/1/2018 Prof. Magee
"Gov. Jerry Brown signs landmark laws that unwind decades of secrecy surrounding police misconduct, use of force" Los Angeles Times 9/30/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Supreme Fiasco: Did the Kavanaugh Drama Just Break the Senate?" Politico Magazine 9/28/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"'A lesson in real time': Law students talk legal impact of Brett Kavanaugh hearing" ABC7 News 9/27/2018 Prof. Manian& Prof.Nice
"Professor: Hiring woman prosecutor 'offensive'" CNN 9/26/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"A third accuser comes out against Kavanaugh, a day before Senate committee hearing" KPCC AirTalk 9/26/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Third woman’s shocking allegations against Brett Kavanaugh" KCRW 9/26/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Man Up, Grassley. Question Blasey Ford Yourself." The New York Times 9/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"As second Kavanaugh accuser comes forward, we discuss where the Senate confirmation stands" KPCCAirTalk 9/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Political strategy, criminal trial and Title IX analogies: we analyze the terms Blasey Ford set for Senate testimony" KPCC AirTalk 9/21/2018 Prof. Bazelon

"Student Video Fuels School Free-Speech Debate"

Courthouse News Service 9/18/2018 Prof. Boso
"Is Kavanaugh in trouble?" KGO Radio 9/17/2018 Prof. Davis
"GOP Eyes Bills, Guidance To Limit Nationwide Injunctions of EPA Policies" Inside EPA 9/14/2018 Prof. Kaswan
"Swimming Lessons for Baby Sharks: Practical Advice for New Lawyers" Ms. JD 9/13/2018 Prof. Travis
"Brett Kavanaugh reveals evolution on digital privacy after Carpenter decision" Wheaton Business Journal 9/11/2018 Interim Dean Freiwald
"Brett Kavanaugh's digital privacy revelation intrigues senators, advocates" The Washington Times 9/10/2018 Interim Dean Freiwald
"Swimming Lessons For Baby Sharks: Practical Advice For New Lawyers" Above the Law 9/7/2018 Prof. Travis
"A Children's Book About Working Moms: My Mom Has Two Jobs" Mindful Return 9/1/2018 Prof. Travis
"300+ Law Professors Issue Letter Urging Senators Collins and Murkowski to Vote Against Judge Brett Kavanaugh" YubaNet 8/29/2018 Prof. Manian
"Female Attorneys: Don't Expect Anger to Work (as Well) for You" JD Supra 8/28/2018 Prof. Bazelon
The 'Affordable Clean Energy' Rule and Environmental Justice The Center for Progressive Reform 8/29/2018 Prof. Kaswan
"Elkhart wrongful conviction case latest in county’s justice system" The Indiana Lawyer 8/22/2018 Prof. Leo
"The Thousands of Children Who Go to Immigration Court Alone" The Atlantic 8/21/2018 Prof. Brown Scott
"All career advice for women is a form of gaslighting" Quartz at Work 8/21/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Punish Californians for the crimes they've committed, not for murders they didn't do" Los Angeles Times 8/20/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Believe it or not, female lawyers are still facing gender hurdles" KPCC AirTalk (NPR) 8/14/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"The Discrimination Women Litigators Face In The Courtroom Isn’t Likely To Go Anywhere Soon" Above the Law 8/8/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"What It Takes To Be A Trial Lawyer If You’re Not A Man" (Excerpt from the Atlantic) TaxProf Blog 8/8/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Showing anger can backfire for women lawyers, studies say; law prof suggests 'gender judo' response" ABA Journal 8/6/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"What It Takes to Be a Trial Lawyer If You’re Not a Man" Smerconish 8/2/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Upcoming Supreme Court decision could impact federal Garcia Zarate case" SF Examiner 8/2/2018 Prof. Hing
"Have you experienced or seen gender-based harassment from judges or opposing counsel?" ABA Journal 8/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"My Mom has Two Jobs by Michelle Travis – a children’s book for working moms" Engineering Emily 7/31/2018 Prof. Travis
Undocumented immigrant in SF dubbed 'Rideshare Rapist' denied bail San Francisco Chronicle 7/18/2018 Prof. Hing
"How Private is Your Cell Phone? w/ Susan Freiwald" Good Law Bad Law Podcast 7/10/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"Women suing Microsoft did not prove companywide bias practices, judge says" The Seattle Times 7/6/2018 Prof. Green
"10 legal experts on the future of Roe v. Wade after Kennedy" Vox 7/2/2018 Prof. Manian
"Abortion Foes to Take New Aim at Roe v. Wade" Wall Street Journal 6/29/2018 Prof. Manian
"Should CA roll back its ‘felony murder rule’?" KPCC (NPR) 6/28/2018 Prof. Chatfield
"Feinstein: Wait till after midterms to replace Anthony Kennedy" San Francisco Chronicle 6/27/2018 Dean JohnTrasviña
"Departure of Kennedy, ‘Firewall for Abortion Rights,’ Could End Roe v. Wade" New York Times 6/27/2018 Prof. Manian
"Governor Brown Announces Appointments" Imperial Valley News 6/24/2018 Assistant Dean Johanna Hartwig
"Analysis: Supreme Court case on app monopoly could pose risk to Apple, peers" S&P Global 6/22/2018 Prof. Davis
Press Play with Madeleine Brand KCRW (NPR) 6/22/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"Attorneys Seek to Force DA, Former S.F. Police Chief to Testify in Mario Woods Case" KQED 6/22/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Analysis: Why Trump’s attempt to lengthen detentions for immigrant minors will likely fail" San Francisco Chronicle 6/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"Legal background calls for ‘least restrictive setting’ for children of undocumented immigrants" San Francisco Chronicle 6/19/2018 Prof. Hing
""I wouldn't change a thing": J Thomas McCarthy reflects on a career in trademarks" World Trademark Review 6/12/2018 Prof. McCarthy
"Using Mindfulness To Combat Social Bias" Above the Law 6/4/2018 Prof. Magee
"Judge criticized in Brock Turner sex assault case faces recall vote" NBC News 6/5/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"¿Por qué la Corte Suprema falló a favor del pastelero que se negó a hacer la torta de boda de una pareja homosexual?" Univisión 6/4/2018 Prof. de la Vega
"District Attorney Michael Ramos is a roadblock to justice" The Sun,San Bernardino 6/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Should the Movement to Oust Bad Prosecutors Go After Judges Next?" Slate 6/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump cancels summit, citing ‘open hostility' by North Korea" KRON 4 5/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"They came here as refugees. Now the U.S. may be deporting some Vietnamese nationals." NBC News 5/23/2018 Prof. Hing
"WTR Industry Awards 2018: winning trademark teams and individuals announced" World Trademark Review 5/23/2018 Prof. McCarthy
"Abortion Restrictions Grow Under the Trump Administration: The White House and some states are enacting new rules that could dramatically limit abortion access." National Journal Daily 5/21/2018 Prof. Manian
"Plenty of Legal Issues Come With Endless Possibilities of AI" San Diego Business Journal 5/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Sessions takes key authority away from immigration judges" San Francisco Chronicle 5/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"No one knows how Google Duplex will work with eavesdropping laws" The Verge 5/16/2018 Prof. Monroe
"Burgund: Wife abused him, persuaded him to falsely confess sexual abuse" The Telegraph 5/14/2018 Prof. Leo
"Twitter to Channel Walmart Legal Victory in Discrimination Suit" Bloomberg Quint 5/10/2018 Prof. Green
"The New ICE Age: An Agency Unleashed" The NewYork Review of Books 5/2/2018 Prof. Hing
"Lawyers have enhanced duty of confidentiality when engaging in public commentary" ABA Journal 5/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Group Addresses Incarceration Among Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders" Diverse Issues in Education 5/1/2018 Prof. Hing
"In light of Central American migrants reaching border, we get a primer on asylum law" 89.3 KPCC 4/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"SF judges say campaign rhetoric skewing June election" SF Examiner 4/28/2018 Dean JohnTrasviña
"The murder he didn't do: Why the innocent confess to guilt" The Star-Ledger 4/22/2018 Prof. Leo
"ICE Cold: How a Loyal Obama Bureaucrat Became the Face of Trump’s Deportation Force" Mother Jones 4/13/2018 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco joins suit to fight Trump administration over census citizenship question" San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate, Loredo Morning Times 4/3/2018 Prof. Hing
"The Unforgiven" The Progressive 4/1/2108 Prof.  Hing
"What Michael Blagg said when police weren’t around' NBC 9 News Denver 3/28/2018 Prof. Leo
"ICE gained access to Santa Clara County inmates, breaching sanctuary policies" San Francisco Chronicle 3/27/2018 Prof. Hing
"Low-income housing developer files civil rights complaint against Broadmoor Bluffs neighbors" The Gazette, Colorado Springs 3/25/2018 Prof. Iglesias
"Facebook debacle could force US to catch up with Europe in privacy rules" San Francisco Chronicle 3/23/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"Supreme Court To Decide Scope Of Trump's Power To Detain Criminal Immigrants" The Newburgh Gazette 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"U.S. Supreme Court to rule on no-bail jailing of immigrants who’ve served criminal terms" SF Gate 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"In San Francisco, Newsom policy reported undocumented youth to ICE" The Mercury News 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"Facebook says you 'own' all the data you post. Not even close, says privacy experts" The Los Angeles Times,Allentown Morning Call 3/19/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"California Judge Warns Against Rise of Partisanship in Judicial Elections" Courthouse News Service 3/16/2018 Prof. Davis
"The Tragedy And Uselessness Of Torture" Inquistr 3/15/2019 Prof. Honigsberg
Professor Hing on the sanctuary state lawsuit filed by Jeff Sessions against California WGN Radio 3/14/2018 Prof. Hing
"Feds’ Chances in California Sanctuary Fight Get Mixed Reviews" Courthouse News Service 3/9/2018 Prof. Hing
"We're About To Find Out What Happens When A Liberal State Asserts Its Right Not To Follow A Federal Law" BuzzFeed News 3/8/2018 Prof. Hing
"Oakland Mayor responds to Trump calling her a 'disgrace'" Kron 4 3/8/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Jeff Sessions’ misleading claim: California bans police cooperation with ICE" PolitiFact California 3/7/2018 Prof. Hing
"Official blames Oakland mayor for 800 missed arrests" The Associated Press 3/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"California mayor gives illegal immigrants heads-up about impending ICE operation" The Blaze 2/26/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Warning of ICE action, Oakland mayor takes Trump resistance to new level" The San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate 2/25/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Mayor Farrell Advances Plan for Municipal Fiber Internet" Bay CityBeacon 2/25/2018 Prof. Freiwald
Civics 101 A Podcast: The Thirteenth Amendment New Hampshire Public Radio 2/20/2018 Prof. Ontiveros
"California law school deans ask for new investigation in Kevin Cooper, 1983 Chino Hills homicide case" The Daily Bulletin, The San Bernardino County Sun 2/20/2018 DeanJohn Trasviña
"Big Oil’s Global Warming Case Could Hinge on Jurisdiction" Courthouse News Service 2/16/2018 Prof. Kaswan
"A clash of Silicon Valley Titans end with an unexpected settlement." CBS This Morning 2/10/2018 Prof. Franklyn
"​Court rules Los Angeles sheriff violated immigrants' rights" 89.3 KPCC 2/9/2018 Prof. Hing
Professor Franklyn on Uber and Waymo Settlement BBC News 2/5/2018 Prof. Franklyn
"A Short, Brutal History of ICE" Splinter News 2/2/2018 Prof. Hing
"Public defender urges SF to end gang injunctions against minorities" San Francisco Examiner 2/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"‘Hamid didn’t want to go.’ Lawyers say FBI coerced terror defendant to falsely confess" The Sacramento Bee 1/29/2018 Prof. Leo
"Court to decide whether Lodi man was wrongly convicted of terrorism" San Francisco Chronicle 1/29/2018 Prof. Leo
"Cyntoia Brown and the Years Lost by Juvenile Lifers" In Justice Today 1/29/2018 Prof. de la Vega
"Trump’s immigration plan puts Democrats in a vise" San Francisco Chronicle, WRAL 1/27/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"Defending Wrongful Convictions" NPR's Midday onWYNC 1/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Schools, groups plan for ways to help young immigrants" The Associated Press 1/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"‘It might get ugly:’ Bay Area cities brace for ICE sweeps" The Mercury News 1/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"ICE plans major sweep in Northern California, Bay Area: report" KTVU 1/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"Redemption for Offenders and Victims: A new variation on an age-old tradition helps criminal defendants redeem their lives, far more effectively than prison does." The American Prospect 1/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump administration to ask high court for review of judge’s DACA order" SF Gate 1/16/2018 Prof. Hing
"This Is How Mass Incarceration Happens: The campaign to recall the judge who went easy on Brock Turner is well-intentioned. It’s also incredibly dangerous." Slate 1/16/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"When Prosecutors Are 'Innocence Deniers'" NPR 1/13/2018 Prof. Bazelon
USF law school dean offers take on future of DACA ABC7 News 1/10/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"The Innocence Deniers: When convictions are clearly wrong, these prosecutors don’t just hinder justice—they actively work against it." Slate 1/10/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"US mulls immigration judges' authority to close cases" The Daily Journal 1/9/2018 Prof. Brown Scott
"Trump decision on El Salvador threatens US life of Bay Area family" San Francisco Chronicle 1/8/2018 Prof. Hing
"Editorial: Why California’s response to Trump’s tax law is worth trying" The Mercury News 1/5/2018 Prof. Lathrope
"ICE to Sanctuary California: 'Hold on Tight,' More ICE Agents Are Coming" Click Lancashire 1/5/2018 Prof. Hing
"Trump’s Top Immigration Enforcer Wants to Prosecute Local Politicians. Good Luck With That." Mother Jones 1/4/2018 Prof. Hing
"After #MeToo Comes to the Courts" The New York Times 1/3/2018 Prof. Bazelon