Quotes in the News Media
The following is a sampling of some of Washington University School of Law faculty's wide-ranging expertise featured in the news media. Please note that some links to external news sources may no longer be available.
June 25: Associate Professor and religion and law scholar John Inazu’s article “The Incomprehensible Witness of Forgiveness” appeared in The Hedgehog Review. The article explored the forgiveness imparted by family members of those massacred in Charleston. Read more
June 21: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn’s testimony before the Ferguson Commission concerning the targeting and prosecuting of youth was referenced in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Read more
June 18: Professor and expert in free speech Greg Magarian participated in a legal roundtable on St. Louis Public Radio’s “St. Louis on the Air,” which included discussion on a grand juror’s lawsuit against St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullough. Read more/Listen
June 12: Professor and expert in free speech Greg Magarian commented on St. Louis Public Radio regarding the St. Louis Zoo’s ban on carrying weapons. Read more
Similar coverage appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
June 11: Professor and Director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute Leila Sadat commented on U.S. Official News (Pakistan) regarding the Syrian civil war and referring the Syrian situation to the International Criminal Court. (Link unavailable)
June 5: Professor and Director of the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic Mae Quinn was interviewed on Atlanta Public Radio regarding the Georgia drug treatment court investigation resulting in indictment of Georgia Superior Court Judge Amanda Williams. Quinn drew from her 15 years of research, writing, and practice in “problem-solving” courts to discuss some of the limits, over-promising by proponents, and potential pitfalls of such courts. Read/Hear more
June 4: Professor and former Chief Counsel with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Stephen Legomsky was quoted on Politico.com regarding a new federal appeals court order that both sides of the immigration fight file new legal briefs. Read more