VLS in the News
Week of Nov. 7
November 14, 2011
- ABC News and Bloomberg News quoted Professor Cathryn Nunlist on Nov. 13 and Nov. 11 about the easiest and hardest states in which to get divorced.
- The Burlington Free Press spoke with Associate Professor Michele Martinez Campbell on Nov. 13 about the need for greater oversight of Vermont's search warrants.
- The Hill talked to Professor Michael McCann on Nov. 13 about Congress delving into sports issues.
- VTDigger spoke with Professor Peter Teachout on Nov. 13 about a First Amendment claim over a proposed wind farm in Vermont.
- Assistant Professor Don Kreis weighed in on Nov. 13 in the Concord Monitor about the ouster of of New Hampshire's consumer advocate in utility regulation.
- OpEdNews carried an article Nov. 13 by William McMullin '12, a Distance Learning master's degree student, about a federal bill to ban wild animals from performing in circuses.
- VTDigger ran an op-ed by Professor Jason Czarnezki on Nov. 11 on whether food imports from China are safe.
- Vermont Public Radio spoke with Professor Cheryl Hanna on Nov. 11 about a U.S. Supreme Court case on whether corporations can be held liable for human rights abuses.
- In his Sports Illustrated columns on Nov. 9 and Nov. 11, Professor Michael McCann analyzed the legal implications of the Penn State sexual abuse scandal. He was also quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Tampa Tribune, FAN 590 Sports Radio Network (Toronto), WEEI Radio (Boston) and other media.
- Greenwire spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on Nov. 8 about environmental groups challenging Congress' decision to remove the gray wolf from Endangered Species Act protection.
- The Wall Street Journal on Nov. 8 mentioned the Dispute Resolution Program's 30th anniversary conference.
- The Comics Journal carried an audio podcast on Nov. 7 of Professor Oliver Goodenough discussing the legal dispute between Marvel Comics and the family of the late comic book artist Jack Kirby.