Leila Sadat I American Society of International Law: Insights I 12/20/22 (Article)
“Mexico v. Smith & Wesson: Judge Dismisses Complaint Citing PLCAA and Standing Issues”

Leila Sadat I Just Security I 12/20/22 (Article)
“Coming Debates to Advance New Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity Will Require Skillful Leadership”

Peter Joy I St. Louis Public Radio I 12/16/22 (Quote)
“Lamar Johnson hearing wraps up after week of startling testimony”

Rachel Sachs I Endpoint News I 12/9/22 (Quote)
“Broken promises? FDA needs more power to remove drugs from marketplace, JAMA analysis finds”

Rachel Sachs I JAMA I 12/8/22 (Paper)
“Preapproval Promises to Voluntarily Withdraw FDA-Approved Drugs”

Leila Sadat I “Is the International Legal Order Unravelling?” Oxford University Press I 12/7/22
“The International Criminal Law of the Future” (Book Chapter)

Rachel Sachs I Health Affairs I 12/6/22 (Quote)
“Editorial Team, Oxford University Press Partner For Health Affairs Scholar: Emerging And Global Health Policy”

Greg Magarian I KPCC 89.3 FM I 12/5/22 (Radio Interview)
“Supreme Court Taking On Clash Between Religion And Gay Rights”

Kathleen Clark I Vanity Fair I 12/5/22 (Quote)
“Surprise: Trump Had Millions in Undisclosed Debt While President, and He Probably Would a Second Time Around Too”

Kathleen Clark I Forbes I 12/1/22 (Quote)
“Ted Cruz’s Podcast Deal With iHeartMedia May Violate Ethics Laws, Watchdog Says In New Complaint”


Russell Osgood I 11/30/22 (Quote)
“No. 16-Ranked Washington University Law Says It Will Not Bail on the US News Rankings”

Dan Keating I Journal of Legal Education I 11/28/22
“Finding New Classroom Tricks in a Virtual Teaching World: One ‘Old Dog’s’ Tale”

Peter Joy I NPR Kansas City I 11/26/22 (Quote)
“In Missouri, racial composition of juries is a matter of life or death penalty”

Peter Joy I Riverfront Times I 11/23/22 (Quote)
“How Missouri Prosecutors Get Away with Striking Black Jurors”

Kathleen Clark I The New York Times 11/20/22 (Quote)
“Trump Family’s Newest Partners: Middle Eastern Governments”

Dan Epps I Slate 11/19/22 (Quote)
“Why Six Top-Ranked Law Schools Left U.S. News in the Dust This Week”

Rachel Sachs I Jama Network Health Forum I 11/18/22 (Paper)
“Reforming Reimbursement for the US Food and Drug Administration’s Accelerated Approval Program to Support State Medicaid Programs”

Russell Osgood I The New York Times 11/18/22 (Quote)
“As More Top Law Schools Boycott Rankings, Others Say They Can’t Afford to Leave”

Russell Osgood I Reuters I 11/17/22 (Quote)
“St. Louis law school is latest to ditch tuition for low-income students”

Russell Osgood I Talks on Law I 11/15/22 (Video Interview)
“Free Speech on the Law School Campus: An interview with Dean Russell K. Osgood”

Rachel Sachs I Axios I 11/9/22 (Quote)
“Get ready for a drug importation revival”

Rachel Sachs I Bloomberg Law I 11/9/22 (Quote)
“Drugmakers Seek Prolonged Shield From Medicare Price Negotiation”

Peter Joy I The St. Louis Post Dispatch I 11/10/22 (Quote)
“A mayor’s visit, a mysterious lawsuit. How a Ballwin man was removed from the ballot.”

Rachel Sachs I PolitiFact I 11/7/22 (Quote)
“Val Demings criticizes Rubio’s move to repeal law’s drug provisions”

Greg Magarian I The New York Times I 11/3/22 (Quote)
“Black Faith Leaders in Georgia Speak Out Against Herschel Walker”

Kathleen Clark I The New York Times I 11/3/22 (Quote)
“An Ethics Watchdog Criticized Stacey Abrams. His Boss Retracted it.”

Travis Crum I The Washington Post I 11/1/22 (Quote)
“House GOP will move quickly to lock down leadership team”


Pauline Kim I California Law Review I 10/22 (Paper)
“Race-Aware Algorithms: Fairness, Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action”

Joel Seligman & Andrew Tuch I Iowa Law Review I 10/31/22 (Paper)
“The Further Erosion of Investor Protection: Expanded Exemptions, SPAC Mergers, and Direct Listings”

Daniel Harawa I Excited Utterance I 10/31/22 (Podcast Interview)
“The False Promise of Pena-Rodriguez”

Peter Joy I The St. Louis Post Dispatch I 10/29/2022 (Quote)
“St. Louis school shooter failed a background check. Why didn’t police take his gun?”

Peter Joy ABA Journal I 10/27/2022 (Quote)
“Alex Jones case shows inadvertent disclosure of electronically stored information is a real risk”

Rachel Sachs I Marketplace I 10/24/22 (Quote)
“Medicare rejected a controversial Alzheimer’s drug. Participants still ended up paying for it.”

Kathleen Clark I Politico I 10/24/22 (Quote)
“Abrams’ campaign chair collected millions in legal fees from voting rights organization”

Rachel Sachs I Axios I 10/20/22 (Quote)
“Preterm birth drug saga reflects concerns with FDA’s fast-track process”

Lisa Hoppenjans I St. Louis Business Journal I 10/20/22 (Profile)
“St. Louis Character: Combining passions for law and media, Lisa Hoppenjans fights for the public’s right to know”

Travis Crum I KLC Journal I 10/19/22 (Quote)
“How a ‘stop the steal’ could roil Kansas elections”

Kyle Rozema I The Washington Post I 10/18/22 (Op-Ed)
“Does campus diversity justify affirmative action? Our study says yes” 

Daniel Harawa I The Los Angeles Times I 10/17/22 (Quote)
“CBS tried to reform the cop show. Police reform advocates are not impressed”

Rachel Sachs I The Associated Press I 10/17/22 (Quote)
“FDA pushes to remove pregnancy drug, company pushes back”

Peter Joy I Mother Jones 10/12/22 (Quote)
“Matt DePerno Sought to Foreclose on His Clients’ Property. Now He Wants to Be Michigan’s Top Lawyer.”

Peter Joy I Variety I 10/10/22 (Quote)
“Harvey Weinstein Prosecutor Was Removed From Case Over Attorney-Client Email”

Dan Epps I ProPublica I 10/5/22 (Interview)
“The Supreme Court Is Back in Session. Here’s What to Expect.”

Kathleen Clark I Vox Media Podcast Network I 10/3/22 (Podcast Interview)
“In Brief: Should Clarence Thomas Recuse?”


Rachel Sachs I Axios I 9/27/22 (Quote)
“Congress moves forward with ‘clean’ deal to fund FDA”

Rachel Sachs I Axios I 9/26/22 (Quote)
“Multimillion-dollar gene therapies offer hope and huge cost concerns”

Stephen Legomsky I Tampa Bay Times I 9/24/22 (Quote)
“Making sense of the migrant flights: What’s true — and not true”

Leila Sadat I Just Security I 9/22/22 (Article)
“On Crimes Against Humanity, Protect the UN Sixth Committee’s Integrity With Action”

Adrienne Davis I Manhattan Institute I 9/22/22 (Video Panel)
“Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America”

Kathleen Clark I The Associated Press I 9/20/22 (Quote)
“Ethics board keeps ‘action’ secret on complaint against Noem”

Kathleen Clark I The Washington Post I 9/16/22 (Quote)
“Opinion: The curious case of the strange man who was nearly attorney general”

Peter Joy I The St. Louis Post Dispatch I 9/10/22 (Quote)
“A private policing company in St. Louis is staffed with top police department officers”

Peter Joy I ProPublica I 9/9/22 (Quote)
A Private Policing Company in St. Louis Is Staffed With Top Police Department Officers

Tara Rocque I The Source I 9/9/22 (Quote)
WashU Expert: Jackson water issues result of environmental racism

Dan Epps I Minnesota Law Review I 9/7/22 (Paper)
“Nonpartisan Supreme Court Reform and the Biden Commission”

Neil Richards I Inside Higher Ed I 9/7/22 (Quote)
“Should Professors Still Record Lectures? Maybe. Maybe Not.”

Brian Tamanaha I Inside Higher Ed I 9/6/22 (Quote)
“Vermont’s Lone Law School Branches Out”

Daniel Harawa I The Crime Report I 9/1/22 (Quote)
“Race and the Roberts Court”


Peter Joy I Reuters I 8/31/22 (Quote)
“Explainer: How will attorney-client privilege affect the Trump records probe?”

Kathleen Clark I The New York Times I 8/27/22 (Quote)
“Skirting Ethics Order, Hochul Seeks Donations From Cuomo Appointees”

Rachel Sachs I The Associated Press I 8/27/22 (Quote)
“EXPLAINER: Lower prescription prices to take time in new law”

Neil Richards I Press Watch I 8/26/22 (Quote)
“Coverage of Ron DeSantis shows the media has learned nothing from Trump”

Peter Joy I Voice of America I 8/26/22 (Quote)
“How Grand Juries Work and What They’re Doing About Jan. 6”

Elizabeth Katz & Kyle Rozema I I 8/25/22 (Quote)
“‘Pink Ghettos’: New Study Find Female Law Deans, Faculty Often Relegated to Lower Status Positions”

Rachel Sachs I Bloomberg Law I 8/25/22 (Quote)
“Drug Negotiations Will Drive Biosimilars as Patent Tactics Shift”

Peter Joy I KMOV I 8/24/22 (Television Interview)
“Officer charged in 2020 death of Moline Acres sergeant hit, killed during police chase”

Neil Richards I WIRED I 8/24/22 (Quote)
“The Privacy Flaw Threatening US Democracy”

Rachel Sachs I Axios I 8/24/22 (Quote)
“New drug pricing law puts cancer drugs in the spotlight”

Peter Joy I The Washington Post I 8/24/22 (Video Segment)
“Inside the investigation of an officer who killed a teen threatening suicide”

Elizabeth Katz & Kyle Rozema I ABA Journal I 8/22/22 (Quote)
“Law school achievement gap by gender for faculty and deans examined in new paper”

Greg Magarian I The New York Times I 8/19/22 (Quote)
“Florida’s ‘Stop WOKE’ Act Gets Pushback in Court”

Rachel Sachs I The New York Times I 8/19/22
Fact-Checking Health Claims About the Inflation Reduction Act (Quote)

Dan Epps & Kyle Rozema I SCOTUS Blog I 8/16/22
“Term limits for justices gain new attention, but prospects for passage remain dim” (Quote)

Rachel Sachs I The Washington Post I 8/16/22
“Medicare chief vows to implement drug pricing reforms on time” (Quote)

Peter Joy I Law 360 I 8/12/22
“Behind Judge Hurd’s Senior Status Flip: Politics, Preferences” (Quote)

Rachel Sachs I Health Affairs I 8/10/22
“Understanding The Democrats’ Drug Pricing Package” (Op-Ed)

Dan Epps I Politico I 8/5/22
“The NRA’s Shadowy Supreme Court Lobbying Campaign” (Quote)

Peter Joy I ABA Journal I 8/1/22
“Avoiding Unlawful Client Solicitation: Attorneys Must Ensure Subordinates Know the Do’s and Don’t’s” (Quote)

JULY 2022

Katherine Scannell I U.S. News & World Report I 7/27/22
“How to Go to Law School for Free” (Quote)

Peter Joy I The Conversation I 7/27/22
“How do grand juries work? Their major role in criminal justice, and why prosecutors are using them to investigate efforts to overturn the 2020 election” (Essay)

Andrew Tuch I Sydney Law School I 7/26/22
“Ross Parsons Centre Law & Business seminar: SPACs, Direct Listings, and SEC Reform” (Public Zoom Lecture)

Rachel Sachs I Kaiser Health News I 7/25/22
“Ad Targeting Manchin and AARP Mischaracterizes Medicare Drug-Price Negotiations” (Quote)

Daniel Harawa I Viewpoints Radio I 7/24/22
“Progress In Policing Initiatives Since George Floyd’s Death” (Radio Segment)

Russell Osgood I Inside Higher Ed I 7/13/22
“Gap Between Online and In-Person Learning Narrows” (Quote)

Susan Appleton I Inside Higher Ed I 7/11/22
“A conversation with Wash. U law professor Susan Frelich Appleton on what the end of Roe v. Wade means for Missourians” (Interview)

Rachel Sachs Bloomberg I 7/7/22
“People with chronic illness in US now risk having medication restricted” (Quote)

Adrienne Davis St. Louis Post Dispatch I 7/3/22
“Standing up: Women leaders in St. Louis respond to post-Roe reality” (Quote)

Dan Epps I CNN I 7/2/22
“Supreme Court makes it clear there’s a red America and a blue America” (Quote)

JUNE 2022

Daniel Harawa I California Law Review I 6/30/22 (Paper)
“Lemonade: A Racial Justice Reframing of The Roberts Court’s Criminal Jurisprudence”

Lee Epstein I New York Times I 6/30/22
“Dobbs Is Not the Only Reason to Question the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court” (Quote)

Susan Appleton I Vox I 6/27/22
“The coming legal battles of post-Roe America” (Quote)

Dan Epps I New York Times I 6/27/22
“The Politicization of the Supreme Court Is Eroding Its Legitimacy” (Quote)

Lee Epstein I NPR I 6/27/22
“Supreme Court backs a high school coach’s right to pray on the 50-yard line” (Quote)

Daniel Harawa I Politico I 6/23/22
“‘Frightful in its scope’: New York lawmakers scramble to counteract SCOTUS gun ruling” (Quote)

Kim Norwood I PBS Newshour I 6/22/22
“Missouri becomes latest state to use COVID relief to support underfunded schools” (Article/Television Segment)

Leila Sadat I Harvard Law Review I 6/21/22
“Torture in Our Schools?”

Kyle Rozema I Reuters I 6/6/22
“GOP-appointed judges less likely to require masks during COVID – study”