Faculty Media Coverage

KU Law professors are frequently interviewed as subject matter experts for news stories. Catch up on recent faculty media coverage in our searchable archive on this page.

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Faculty Media Coverage Archive
Faculty NameArticle TitlePublish DatePublication
Raj BhalaThe authoritarian threat to America5/26/2024International Bar Association
Alex PlattThe Short Seller Enrichment Commission5/23/2024PLI
Corey Rayburn YungDismissed: resources for survivors, proposals for change and more5/23/2024NBC Chicago
Raj BhalaBhala: Trump and Biden China trade policy 'pretty much the same'5/17/2024Hutch Post
Alex PlattActivist Short Sellers are the SEC's Biggest Whistleblowers5/7/2024Institutional Investor
Raj BhalaBan on Tik Tok could affect more Chinese owned companies4/29/2024WIBW
Richard LevySupreme Court discusses whether fining homeless people violates the 8th amendment4/22/2024WIBW
Raj BhalaMexico's renaissance3/18/2024IBA
Alex PlattSEC Urged to Rethink Whistleblower Awards to Short-Sellers4/17/2024Law360
Alex PlattHow the SEC Can Evade Jarkesy's Impact4/16/2024The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Alex PlattThe Shortseller Enrichment Commission?: Whistleblowers, Activist Short Sellers, and the New Privatization of Public Enforcement4/15/2024Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance 
Andrew TorranceAI writing and illustration emits less carbon than humans4/11/2024Electronics360
Richard LevyKansas anti-discrimination laws lag behind federal statute. Is local action the solution?4/10/2024The Kansas City Star
Alex PlattWho is Buying DJT Stock? It's a Mystery4/10/2024Barron's
Sarah DeerNative University of Montana student works to create missing persons database4/8/2024KXLF
Andrew TorranceAI-generated porn, including celebrity fake nudes, persist on Etsy as deepfake laws 'lag behind'3/2/2024Fox News
Sarah DeerThe future of the Indian Child Welfare Act3/8/2024Berkeley News
Raj BhalaWTO meeting may not do much, though much is needed2/27/2024Hutch Post
Raj BhalaTrump's Favorite Metric has Biden Winning the US-China Trade War2/5/2024Financial Post
Raj BhalaBhala: Long-phase in periods key to increase U.S. trade with India1/28/2024Hutch Post
Stephen WareThis 7th Circuit Appeal Could Be a Big Deal for the Future of Mass Arbitration1/24/2024The National Law Journal
Alex PlattUncovering Private Lawyers' Role in Whistleblower Programs1/17/2024The Regulatory Review
Alex PlattWall Street heavyweight to pay out millions over whistleblower violation1/16/2024The Miami Herald
Alex PlattActivision Discrimination Deal Arms It Against New Wave of Suits1/12/2024Bloomberg Law
Alex PlattIs the SEC Hiding in Plain Sight?11/28/2023The Regulatory Review
Alex PlattCarson Block, Nate Anderson Become SEC Tipsters for Cash Payouts11/15/2023Bloomberg
Uma OutkaFederal-State Conflicts Over Environmental Justice - Parts 1 &211/13/2023Center for Progressive Reform
Stephen McAllisterHow Kansas abortion protections could now impact voting, trans rights & death penalty11/9/2023The Wichita Eagle
Alex PlattTesla whistleblowers filed a complaint to the SEC in 2021, but the agency never interviewed them. Here’s what the complaint said10/12/2023CNBC
Raj BhalaDe-risk? Decouple? A Chinese official says it’s just the West disrupting supply chains9/30/2023

South China Morning Post

Raj BhalaA Conversation with Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim of Malaysia9/21/2023Council on Foreign Relations
Alex PlattPlatt on Baldwin Bane and the Securities Act of 19339/19/2023The Legal History Blog 
Alex PlattWas the Exchange Act Redundant? The Questionable Legality of an SEC Commissioner’s Unicorn Reform Proposal9/18/2023The CLS Blue Sky Blog 
Raj BhalaTackling the tools of torture9/14/2023International Bar Association
Stephen McAllisterIn honor of Constitution Day, Lawrence attorneys and judges read the entire U.S. Constitution aloud9/13/2023Lawrence Journal-World
Jamila Jefferson-JonesAre We There Yet?9/12/2023LEX Magazine
Richard LevyAbortion rights: 5 legal questions courts may decide if proposed amendment passes9/5/23Clevland.com
Stephen McAllisterA Raid On A Kansas Newspaper Likely Broke The Law, Experts Say. But Which One?8/19/23Huffington Post 
Alex PlattSEC's Whistleblower Chief Manages Growing Pains as Program Gains Popularity8/14/23The Wall Street Journal
Uma OutkaAs Feds Look to Cut Red Tape, More Local Governments are Curbing Wind and Solar8/6/23Yahoo! News
Raj BhalaU.S. and China trade war still hot after five years7/11/23Hutch Post
Alex PlattAlexander Platt on the Whistleblower Industrial Complex7/10/23Corporate Crime Reporter
Jamila Jefferson-JonesAffirmative Action and the Myth of Merit7/5/23Inside Higher Ed
Lumen MulliganKansas law professor points to danger of court decision undercutting state attorneys general6/28/23Kansas Reflector
Laura Clark FeyCookies May be Bad for Your Health6/28/23The HIPAA Journal
Raj BhalaMomentum builds for legally binding treaty to ensure torture-free trade6/20/23International Bar Association
John HeadKU law professor's scholarly article discusses aims of environmentalism goals6/14/2313 WIBW
Raj BhalaAluminum Foiled6/4/23The Wire China
Kyle Velte'Everyone's scared': Transgender Kansans brace for sweeping new law to take effect5/26/23NPR in Kansas City
Kyle VelteAnti-LGBTQ disinformation targets Connecticut bill5/25/23AFP Fact Check
Raj BhalaWorld Insights: How U.S. hegemonic practices undermine the world's trade order5/16/23Xinhuanet
Alex PlattWas the Exchange Act Redundant? The Questionable Legality of an SEC Commissioner's Unicorn Reform Proposal5/11/23The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Corey Rayburn YungWhy Trump Was Found Liable for Sexual Abuse - but Not Rape5/9/23Slate Magazine
Alex PlattWhy has America's financial regulator paid out more than $1bn to tipsters?5/8/23The Economist
Alex PlattSEC Awards Largest Ever Whistleblower Payout5/7/23The Motley Fool
Jamila Jefferson-Jones"Morning Rush" news program4/19/23Scripps News
Lumen MulliganStarbucks' Discovery Fights Stall Injunction Cases4/5/23Bloomberg Live
Stephen McAllisterExperts describe how 'swatting' hoax threats cause chaos and panic3/29/23Trib Live
Kyle VelteTrans students' campus resources hang in the balance amid anti-trans legislation in Kansas2/27/23The University Daily Kansan
Richard LevyPence to fight special counsel subpoena on 2020 election2/14/23Associated Press
Alex PlattWhat is the SEC Hiding?2/8/23The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Richard LevyHow Kansas lawmakers could try to restrict abortion this year1/12/23KAKE
Kyle VelteOp-Ed: 2022 Quietly Set the Stage for a Massive Rollback of LGBTQ Rights12/27/22Truthout
Richard LevyA Kansas clinic is offering abortion pills prescribed by out-of-state doctors after court ruling12/30/22NPR in Kansas City
Lumen MulliganACLU of Kansas hopes SCOTUS will revisit state’s congressional map12/9/22Fox4 Kansas City
Amii Castle2022 Fourth Quarter - Women of Impact12/04/22Lawrence Business Magazine
Amii CastleKansans pass constitutional amendment on election, removal of sheriffs11/9/22Kansas Reflector
Kyle VelteOp-Ed: LGBTQ equality is on the ballot — just not in the way you think11/7/22Truthout
Alex PlattSEC pays out millions in latest whistleblower award10/31/22Miami Herald
Najarian PetersFixing FERPA to protect marginalized students10/29/22The Regulatory Review - Penn Program on Regulation
Amii CastleNovember election to decide Kansas Supreme Court climate, constitutional amendments10/4/22Kansas Reflector
Stephen McAllisterHere's why former KCKPD detective Roger Golubski is facing federal civil rights charges9/19/2022KCUR
Alex PlattUnicorniphobia9/13/22Free Writings & Perspectives: News and Views on Securities Regulation and Capital Formation 
Melanie DailyKU Law School’s clean slate clinic offers second chance for some9/12/22KSN Kansas City
Alex PlattSEC whistleblower program pays millions to former agency lawyers, study finds9/1/22Law.com
Alex PlattBlowing the Whistle on How Insider Tips Are Handled: SEC Roundup8/31/22ThinkAdvisor 
Alex PlattSEC adopts amendments to whistleblower program – Cooley PubCo8/30/22Cooley PubCo
Melanie DailyKU Legal Aid plans clinic to help expunge legal records for little to no cost8/30/22WIBW
Jamila Jefferson-JonesJamila Jefferson-Jones appointed associate dean for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at University of Kansas Law School8/30/22Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Alex PlattSEC reverses curbs prior agency leadership placed on whistleblower awards8/30/22Thomson Reuters
Sarah DeerKU professor files brief as Supreme Court considers Indian Child Welfare Act8/29/22WIBW
Alex PlattSEC boosts incentives for whistleblowers8/29/22CFO Dive
Alex PlattSEC commissioner calls for less secrecy in whistleblower awards8/26/22Bloomberg
Raj BhalaHow Biden And Trump Forged India-China-Style ‘Industrial Policy'8/25/22BloombergQuint
Alex PlattMoney Stuff Newsletter: August 25, 20228/25/22Bloomberg
Alex PlattSEC Whistleblower Awards Program Might Have a Revolving-Door Problem 8/25/22Wall Street Journal
Melanie DailyExpungement clinic coming to Lawrence library in September; KU Law students can help seal criminal records8/23/22The Lawrence Times
Alex PlattSEC sued over $14 million Carson Block award8/23/22Business Insider
Andrew TorranceShrimp genetics case dips into uncharted trade secret realm8/19/22Bloomberg Law
Alex PlattSEC Roundup - Episode 30: Alex Platt Describes SEC Whistleblower Program’s Lack of Transparency8/18/22SEC Roundup
Alex PlattThe SEC has paid over $1 billion to whistleblowers since 2012. But a new study says the agency has outsourced the job to high-priced law firms that may discourage more tipsters from coming forward.8/13/22Business Insider
Alex PlattKansas professor urges greater federal transparency, oversight of corporate whistleblower programs8/12/22Kansas Reflector
Stephen McAllisterBlueprinting the Kansas abortion rights victory8/7/22The New Yorker
Stephen McAllisterCNN Tonight: Aug. 3, 2022 (audio; interview begins at 13:30)8/4/22CNN
Stephen McAllisterHow abortion rights organizers won in Kansas: Horse parades and canvassing8/4/22The Washington Post
Richard LevyKansas voters uphold right to abortion8/3/22CBS News
Stephen McAllisterWhat's Next - Daily News and Analysis Podcast: Kansas's sketchy abortion vote8/2/22Slate
Richard Levy‘This vote is final’: Lawmakers emphasize weight of Kansas amendment vote ahead of Tuesday election8/1/22The Lawrence Times
Stephen McAllisterKansas vote latest as abortion rights face biggest test since Roe fell8/1/22Newsweek
Stephen McAllisterOp-Ed: Kansas’ abortion amendment invites legal chaos8/1/22Los Angeles Times
Richard LevyKansas attorney general's opinion criticized as spin to promote anti-abortion amendment7/28/22KCUR
Richard LevyWhat will happen if Kansas voters pass — or don't pass — constitutional amendment on abortion?7/28/22The Topeka Capital-Journal
Richard LevyKansas to vote on abortion in primary: What to know7/27/22ABC News
Richard LevyThe first big test for reproductive rights post-Roe is next week in Kansas7/27/22Vox
Richard LevyKansas will be the first state to vote on abortion since the fall of Roe7/27/22The New Republic
Alex PlattSEC enriches fraudsters, lawyers as secrecy shrouds tips program7/26/22Bloomberg Law
Alex PlattSEC tip line was meant to stop another Madoff. Is it working?7/26/22Bloomberg
Alex PlattHas SEC tips program stopped next Madoff? No one knows (podcast)7/26/22Bloomberg Law
Richard Levy, Stephen McAllisterFAQ: Getting the facts right on the Kansas abortion vote7/25/22KCUR
Stephen McAllister‘The stakes could not be higher’: Kansas abortion vote set for Aug. 27/24/22The Washington Post
Stephen McAllisterConspiracy-promoting sheriffs claim vast election authority7/22/22Associated Press
Alex PlattShowing off or making a point? Spate of self-concurrences catch eye of legal community7/21/22The National Law Journal
Richard LevyThe abortion vote in Kansas looks like it's going to be close7/20/22FiveThirtyEight
Stephen McAllisterCourt Justice Clarence Thomas says he is a 'wonderful' person with 'originalist' views, but 'he will be judged for what he does as a justice'7/20/22Business Insider
Richard Levy, Stephen McAllisterKansas voters will weigh in directly on abortion rights next month7/19/22CBS News
Richard LevyAnti-abortion groups make dubious claims as Kansas amendment vote nears7/19/22Kansas Reflector
Stephen McAllisterThe first post-Roe vote on abortion rights will be held in Kansas on Aug. 27/18/22NPR
Stephen McAllisterKansas is a national abortion battleground again, with the prospect of an outright ban7/18/22Lawrence Journal-World
Richard LevyKansans to decide fate of abortion rights in primary election7/17/22Courthouse News Service
Richard LevyCampaign 2022: Constitutional Amendment Special (Part 3)7/15/22KWCH Wichita
Richard LevyIf Kansans vote for abortion amendment, these restrictions could go into effect7/13/22The Kansas City Star
Kyle VelteHow sex discrimination law helps us resolve LGBTQ religious exemption claims7/12/22Canopy Forum
Kyle Velte, Richard LevyKU Law professors to discuss legal consequences of recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling7/7/22The Lawrence Times
Sarah DeerSupreme Court ruling in Oklahoma case cuts to core of tribal sovereignty and state rights7/6/22USA Today
Raj BhalaThe IPEF mirage: Is America losing the trade war with China?7/5/22BloombergQuint
Richard LevyKU Prof: 'no limits on abortion regulation' if amendment passes6/30/22Hutchinson Post
Uma OutkaKCC checking temperature of consumers on Evergy’s new energy efficiency portfolio6/28/22Kansas Reflector
Najarian PetersLaw professor: ‘There’s not one law that you can think of that controls a man’s body’6/25/22The Boston Globe
Richard LevyAugust ballot to decide abortion’s fate in Kansas. Here is an explainer.6/24/22KCTV Kansas City
Lumen MulliganState supreme courts: Bottom of the ballot but top concern if Roe falls6/13/22Politico
Mark JohnsonMissouri elections clerk vows to remove people in court guardianships from voter rolls6/1/22The Kansas City Star
Richard Levy5th Circuit SEC decision could affect NLRB judges5/25/22Law360
Alex PlattPlatt on the SEC whistleblower bounty program5/23/22Legal Theory Blog
Alex PlattHow the 5th Circuit used an SEC case to declare open season on the administrative state5/21/22Talking Points Memo
Raj BhalaWartime world trade: Fragmentation thrice over5/6/22BloombergQuint
Kyle VelteKU students and professors reflect on importance of August abortion amendment5/4/22University Daily Kansan
Lumen MulliganUnexpected law school stands among members of T14 for best bar exam pass rates4/28/22Above the Law
Lumen MulliganHarvard, NYU Law are tops for first-time bar exam pass rates; Law schools at University of Kansas, Brigham Young and the University of Minnesota also had high pass rates4/27/22Reuters
Richard LevyA state judge's ruling against gerrymandered voting districts highlights a new legal tactic4/25/22National Law Journal
Richard LevyCongressional map case: Where abortion and redistricting intersect4/18/22Sunflower State Journal
Alex PlattLegal Guardrails for a Unicorn Crackdown with Alexander Platt4/14/22The Voice of Corporate Governance Podcast
Amii CastleLocal librarians discuss recent national book banning trend4/9/22Eudora Times
Raj BhalaExperts say the shipping industry's 'moral sanctions' against Russian trade are unlike anything 'in the history of mankind'4/7/22Business Insider
Jordan Carter, Stephen McAllisterKU Law students and faculty reflect on historic Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson4/1/22The University Daily Kansan
Raj BhalaPressure mounts for multinationals in Russia to leave3/17/22Associated Press
Raj BhalaThe sanctions mirror: Russian countermeasures pose a 'conflict of law'3/17/22Reuters
Raj BhalaKU professors calls Biden moves against Russia justified3/11/22WIBW
Stephen WareLawmakers may change how Kansas Supreme Court justices are picked as redistricting case looms3/7/22The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kyle Velte‘Trans girls are girls’: LGBTQ supporters beg Kansas lawmakers to drop sports fight3/7/22Kansas Reflector
Raj BhalaRevival of Substantial World Trade - Horasis USA Meeting 20223/5/22Horasis USA Global Summit
Raj BhalaBiden is vowing to seize Russian oligarchs' yachts. Here's where they are right now3/4/22CNN
Stephen WareOverhaul of Kansas Supreme Court justice selection pits will of the people vs. nonpartisan board3/4/22Kansas Reflector
Raj BhalaIndia FTAs: Don’t let Atmanirbhar Bharat cripple dispute settlement negotiations3/3/22BloombergQuint
Raj BhalaBhala: SWIFT payment system removal is 'core sanction' against Russia3/2/22Hays Post
Raj BhalaRussian billionaire jets, superyachts roam free amid attack2/25/22Bloomberg Wealth
Lumen Mulligan, Juliann Morland DaVeeAchieving better health outcomes with a little help2/23/22LMH Health
Richard LevyAddressing doubts about a federal central panel2/22/22Yale Journal on Regulation, Notice and Comment Blog
Alex PlattLegal guardrails for a unicorn crackdown2/17/22The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Mark JohnsonAfter fight in legislature, Ad Astra map now must withstand judicial scrutiny2/14/22The University Daily Kansan
Alex PlattWall Street's watchdog wants big private companies to disclose more info2/14/22Inc.
Mark JohnsonLegal battle expected over Kansas congressional redistricting2/11/22KSHB Kansas City
Mark JohnsonKansas Democrats, alleging Republican gerrymander, prepare to attack new map in court2/11/22The Kansas City Star
Andrew TorranceYou're (maybe) gonna need a patent for that woolly mammoth2/9/22Wired
Mark JohnsonAs legislators successfully overturn veto of Kansas Congressional maps, fight heads to the courts2/9/22The Topeka Capital-Journal
Stephen McAllisterCandidates who may replace Justice Breyer2/2/22Fox 4 Kansas City
Raj BhalaIndia's FTAs: What hasn't worked? What's the change in strategy?1/29/22BloombergQuint
Lumen Mulligan‘Hayley Paige’ Instagram ownership still fluid despite ruling1/28/22Bloomberg Law
Alex PlattMore securities class actions may rely on short-seller data1/10/22Law360
Richard LevyMask mandate challenges under Kansas Senate Bill 40 showing no results1/7/22Fox 4 Kansas City
Raj BhalaTop trade forecasts for 20221/2/22BloombergQuint
Najarian Peters‘Rational distrust’ of health system spurs COVID-19 racial disparities, KU associate professor says12/24/21Kansas Reflector
Alex PlattRegulating in the shadow of Theranos12/11/21Yale Journal on Regulation
Andrew TorranceA new way of understanding the high but elusive worth of intellectual property12/4/21The Economist
Raj BhalaIran bans goods from South Korea’s Samsung and LG11/29/21Asia Times
Raj BhalaThere’s a crucial WTO summit in days. Can members agree on anything?11/22/21BloombergQuint
Richard LevyKansas legislators are having a special session on COVID vaccine mandates. Here's what you need to know.11/21/21The Topeka Capital-Journal
Michael H. HoeflichThose opposed to mandatory vaccines go too far when they make outrageous Holocaust comparisons11/12/21The Topeka Capital-Journal
Virginia Harper HoModernizing ESG and Climate Risk Disclosure11/11/21The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Richard LevyKansas Republicans claim enough support to call special session on vaccine mandates11/9/21The Kansas City Star
Richard LevyKris Kobach plans lawsuit against federal vaccine mandates, urges Kansas legislators to respond11/9/21The Topeka Capital-Journal
Raj BhalaEU's steel supply chain to face extra scrutiny under new US trade rules11/8/21S&P Global Market Intelligence
Richard LevySchmidt joins with six states to challenge vaccine mandate11/5/21Sunflower State Journal
Richard LevyIs a federal vaccine mandate legal? KU's constitutional law expert says the answer is not so simple11/5/21KSHB Kansas City
Alex PlattPanel on Unicorns11/4/21Business Scholarship Podcast
Raj BhalaMiniature trade deals won't serve India's interests11/1/21BloombergQuint
Mike KautschGroups send letter demanding accountability for in-custody death of Wichita teen10/19/21KMUW Wichita
Stephen McAllisterThe FBI ruled this 17-year cold case in Kansas a homicide, but still no answers for Alonzo Brooks' family10/13/21KCUR
Alex PlattPlaintiffs' Firms: Big Law's Competition for Smart Students10/6/21Business Insider
Raj BhalaThe Forever Chinese-American Trade War We’re All Stuck In10/6/21BloombergQuint
Alex PlattHow 13Fs detract from competition and help companies win activist campaigns9/20/21Institutional Investor
Lumen Mulligan, Sharon BrettViews from Kansas: Predicting Supreme Court’s attitude on COVID-19 mandates tricky business9/20/21Kansas Reflector
Alex PlattUnicorniphobia9/20/21The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Virginia Harper HoTencent dominates digital donations in China. That’s the problem.9/15/21Protocol
Alice CraigKansas cold case task force lays groundwork for sharing DNA database hits9/15/21Kansas Reflector
Alex PlattBeyond “Market Transparency”: Investor Disclosure and Corporate Governance9/14/21Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance
Alex PlattThe legal world needs to shed its 'unicorniphobia'9/11/21TechCrunch
Raj BhalaAmerica fires a warning shot on currency manipulation8/30/21BloombergQuint
Najarian PetersHomeschooling8/26/21New York Amsterdam News
Jean PhillipsCriminal justice panel explores racial dynamics of traffic stops, gang lists in Kansas8/23/21Kansas Reflector
Richard LevyProtecting adjudicators from political threats8/12/21The Regulatory Review
Raj BhalaVideo: Afghanistan Journey (Law Across The Sea)8/2/21Think Tech Hawaii
Richard LevyKansas governor requires masks for state employees7/28/21Kansas City Star
Raj BhalaWhat Afghanistan are we looking at over the next decade?7/28/21BloombergQuint
Kyle VelteFree exercise and LGBTQ discrimination: The race analogy in historical perspective7/26/21Berkley Forum: Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs
Virginia Harper HoRegulating sustainability in corporate governance standards7/24/21The Regulatory Review
Raj BhalaVideo: Korean New Deal 2.0 – The Republic of Korea, a country that builds future7/21/21Arirang TV
Mark JohnsonControversial Kansas voting laws take effect — despite legal challenges. Here's what to know7/2/2021The Topeka Capital-Journal
Raj BhalaChina in WTO at 20: Lessons for India and the world6/30/2021BloombergQuint
Kyle VelteConservatives want to ban transgender athletes from girls sports. Their evidence is shaky.6/30/2021USA Today
Shawn WattsRacial equity panel examines schools' use of American Indian mascots6/20/2021Kansas Reflector
Alex PlattNew SEC chairman is changing the regulator's approach6/5/2021Axios
Kyle VelteOp-Ed: Why President Biden should nominate the 'Black lesbian from Skokie' to the federal bench5/24/2021USA Today
Raj BhalaThe Disaster in India – shortage of medicines, vaccines and oxygen in the “pharmacy of the world”5/15/2021BNR News
Kyle VelteKU Law students honored with national award for pro bono work with trans, nonbinary individuals5/14/2021WIBW News
Raj BhalaWhy a peaceful Indo-Pacific needs a U.S.-Taiwan Trade Deal5/8/2021BloombergQuint
Uma OutkaSocial equity and sustainable energy intersect at UConn Law Conference4/22/2021Mirage News
Raj BhalaIndia must endorse regional trade agreements as international trade negotiations becoming dynamic: Experts4/12/2021Asianet News
Sarah DeerLeaders in the Field of Domestic Violence: Sarah Deer4/12/2021Red Lake Nation News
Kyle VeltePodcast: Do no harm... LGBTQ+ American conflict of rights4/9/2021Law According To A King
Raj BhalaKeynote address: Raj Bhala presents at international conference on Emerging Trends in International Trade Law 20214/9/2021School of Legal Studies CMR University
Raj BhalaProfessor Bhala speaks at conference on international trade law4/9/2021Times of India
Raj BhalaStudy argues the trade sanctions imposed in response to China’s alleged human rights abuses4/7/2021Mental Daily
Corey Rayburn YungEvaluating the 2022 U.S. News Law School Rankings on its own terms4/5/2021With Precedent
Mark JohnsonHaskell university leader accused of disregarding free speech rights. Faculty just gave him a no-confidence vote.4/3/2021The Topeka Capital-Journal
Raj BhalaModi’s urgent agenda for India’s diplomats in America4/1/2021BloombergQuint
Mark JohnsonFree speech group says Haskell Indian Nations University is muzzling students and faculty3/31/2021KMUW - Wichita Public Radio
Corey Rayburn YungThey served their sentences. Now they want to know when they can go home.3/31/2021Reason
Lumen MulliganKnow Your Rights: How states can legalize weed when it's federally illegal3/31/2021KAKE
Michael HoeflichThis professor found new ways to connect with his students. He's asking why the Legislature is considering refunds.3/26/2021The Topeka Capital-Journal
Virginia Harper HoUS SEC nixes bids by oil companies to omit climate resolutions3/22/2021IHS Markit
Raj BhalaVaccine protectionists versus vaccine free traders3/19/2021BloombergQuint
Raj BhalaBiden White House defends Trump China tariffs in legal showdown3/15/2021Bloomberg Law
Najarian PetersParallel Pandemics: The American Problem of Anti-enforcement-ism, Rational Distrust, and COVID-193/14/21HealthLawProf Blog
Kyle VelteVelte to present at Arkansas Law LGBTQ Colloquium3/12/2021University of Arkansas School of Law
Kyle VeltePolitical dispute over transgender rights focuses on youth sports3/11/2021NPR
Stephen WareLaw.com Litigation Trendspotter: One year into the pandemic, business interruption plaintiffs notch a win, but consumers' COVID claims fail3/11/2021Law.com
Raj BhalaThree areas for Modi and Biden to get working on right away3/9/2021BloombergQuint
Alex PlattAuthor’s Response, by Alexander I. Platt3/8/2021Yale Journal on Regulation
Stephen WareJudges aren't sold on COVID-19 refund cases, bumping most to arbitration3/8/2021Law.com
Virginia Harper HoGoldman Sachs Group Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System3/3/2021Oyez
Alex PlattIs administrative summary judgment unlawful?: Policy and implications by Alexander I. Platt3/1/2021Yale Journal on Regulation
Alex PlattIs administrative summary judgment unlawful?: The legal argument by Alexander I. Platt2/28/2021Yale Journal on Regulation
Kyle VelteKansas transgender sports bill: Epitome of fair play? Or, brazenly unconstitutional?2/23/2021Kansas Reflector
Richard LevyBiden has the power to restore good governance2/20/2021The Hill
Mark JohnsonKansas officials rack up $4M bill in defense of Kris Kobach’s baseless voter fraud law2/20/2021Kansas City Star
Najarian PetersJones Day, Goodwin Breach highlights need for vendor vetting2/18/2021Bloomberg Law
Raj BhalaCan Africa’s first WTO chief help her own continent or avert US-China cold war?2/14/2021South China Morning Post
Raj BhalaBudget 2021: An import substitution relapse?2/10/2021BloombergQuint
Alex PlattSchwab forms new regulatory group as SEC turns over1/22/2021Law360
Michael HoeflichWhy Joe Biden reminds me of another leader known as ‘Mr. Kansas Republican’1/17/2021Kansas Reflector
Andrew W. TorranceFree (Steamboat) Willie: How Walt Disney’s original mouse could be entering the public domain1/14/2021Flatland
Raj BhalaWhy Raisina Hill and India Inc. need to study the Brexit Deal.1/12/2021BloombergQuint
Richard LevyKansas House Dems move to oust member over issues with women1/12/2021Associated Press
Alice CraigKansas inmates will get the COVID-19 vaccine before most of the public. Here’s why.1/11/2021Kansas City Star
Raj BhalaChina to gain as trade pact ripples across post-COVID world1/5/2021Nikkei Asia
Alex PlattThe non-revolving door between the SEC and the plaintiffs’ bar1/4/2021ProMarket
Jan SheldonKU professor retires after decades of helping young people stay in school, advocating for people with disabilities1/4/2021Lawrence Journal-World
Raj BhalaThe (un)making of a ‘model minority’1/4/2021New York Public Radio
Michael HoeflichWhat COVID-19 has taught Kansans about the power of legal rules and normative rules12/24/2020Kansas Reflector
Richard LevyDoes Kansas owe businesses for mandating they close? A new lawsuit says yes.12/13/2020The Topeka Capital-Journal
Alex PlattAccidents happen in economic firefighting. That’s why we need accountability.12/9/2020Barron's
Alice CraigFloyd Bledsoe shares what life is like 5 years after exoneration; he’s still pushing for accountability for his wrongful murder conviction12/6/2020Lawrence Journal-World
Richard LevyNo COVID-19 shot, no service? A look at the legality of businesses requiring vaccine mandates12/6/202041 Action News
Richard LevyPodcast: The Supreme Court and Politics12/5/2020Lawrence Talks
Raj BhalaSix steps to resolve the U.S.-China trade war12/2/2020BloombergQuint
Melanie DailyIn Kansas, kids who face criminal charges aren't getting the defense they need, report says12/2/2020KCUR
Alex PlattSEC 13F threshold proposal may be down but not yet dead11/18/2020Finextra
Raj BhalaRCEP to bring significant benefits to members, say experts11/17/2020Xinhua
Kyle VelteReclaiming the race analogy in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia11/13/2020Balkinization Blog
Virginia Harper HoWhat's happening to democracy in Hong Kong?11/13/2020Dole Institute of Politics
Lumen MulliganQuestioning the need for qualified immunity11/9/2020KCUR
Richard LevyKansas Democrat who admitted to revenge porn wins state House seat11/8/2020New York Times
Raj BhalaThe U.S. In 2020: E Pluribus Multis11/6/2020BloombergQuint
Alex PlattBeyond 'Going Dark:' The SEC’s 13F Proposal and Hedge Fund Activism11/4/2020The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School)
Alex PlattWhy the SEC may have scrapped its controversial 13F proposal10/30/2020Institutional Investor
Mark JohnsonYoung Kansans could prove to be a powerful voting bloc on Election Day10/26/2020Shawnee Mission Post
Raj BhalaHow India should deal with Biden and Harris10/9/2020BloombergQuint
Kyle VelteTransgender athlete fight to heat up as legislatures return10/7/2020Bloomberg Law
Sharon BrettThe Obama Justice Department had a plan to hold police accountable for abuses. The Trump DOJ has undermined it.9/29/2020ProPublica
Alex PlattImpact Of SEC’s 13F Change Murky9/28/2020ETF.com
Laura Hines'That could be me': Women in KU School of Law reflect on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy9/28/2020The University Daily Kansan
Najarian PetersBerkman Klein Center announces 2020-21 community9/24/2020Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Security at Harvard University
Najarian PetersThe Right to Be and Become: Black Home Educators as Child Privacy Protectors9/24/2020Michigan Journal of Race & Law
Alex PlattEvidence of a "Non-Revolving" Door9/24/2020Empirical Legal Studies
Raj BhalaVideo: South Korea’s future amid the heightening U.S.-China trade dispute9/23/2020Arirang TV
Raj BhalaManaged trade now heavily used tool9/22/2020Hutch Post
Raj BhalaChinese actions around pandemic undermine trust between Brussels and Beijing9/19/2020Bulgarian National Radio
Raj BhalaBiden’s trade goals in a Trump-altered world: Peace and sustainability9/12/2020BloombergQuint
Alex PlattLegal Questions Circle SEC’s 13F Plan9/10/2020ETF.com
Alex PlattPlatt on the Lawfulness of Administrative Summary Judgment9/9/2020Legal Theory Blog
Raj BhalaBiden’s trade tools in a Trump-altered world: Consensus and integrity9/7/2020BloombergQuint
Quinton LucasMoving from punishment to rehabilitation trickles down to save our community9/4/2020The Pitch
Christopher Drahozal and Laura HinesWebinar: Class actions and arbitration8/25/2020Brazilian Center of Mediation and Arbitration
Raj BhalaIndia at 73 needs a new trade legacy: Aggressive regionalism8/14/2020BloombergQuint
Kyle VeltePodcast: LGBTQ rights won’t lead to frivolous lawsuits8/12/2020When Experts Attack! Podcast
Meredith SchnugKU Law connecting students with nonprofits and government agencies8/7/2020National Jurist
Raj BhalaU.S.-China tensions escalate with closure of consulates7/29/2020Arirang TV
Kyle VelteNew sex-and-age bias ruling signals reach of LGBT worker case7/27/2020Bloomberg Law
Lumen MulliganPodcast: NEPA, cashless society and qualified immunity7/22/2020BYURadio / Top Mind with Julie Rose
Quinton LucasKansas activist, attorneys say police reform needs transparency7/21/2020Kansas Reflector
Sarah DeerKU professor says Washington NFL team name change ‘long-overdue, welcome’7/18/2020WIBW News
Richard LevyEl Pomar Foundation paid Transit Mix $15 million after private meeting over quarry came to light7/17/2020Colorado Springs Indy
Alex PlattThe SEC’s proposal to raise the § 13(f) reporting threshold rests on a misinterpretation of the provision’s legislative history7/16/2020Yale Journal on Regulation
Raj BhalaChina remains in World Trade Organization, despite Trump’s vow for removal7/15/2020PolitiFact
Raj BhalaWill an African candidate be China’s choice for WTO chief?7/14/2020South China Morning Post
Virginia Harper HoInvestors, lawmakers say HR data should be public7/10/2020TechTarget
Stephen WareDebate on masks, freedom7/3/2020Topeka Capital-Journal
Meredith SchnugManhattan woman appointed to Kansas Continuing Legal Education Board7/2/2020WIBW
Corey Rayburn YungAre lawyers who pointed guns at protesters protected by the castle doctrine?6/30/2020ABA Journal
Corey Rayburn YungWere Mark and Patricia McCloskey within their rights to point guns at protesters?6/30/2020The Mercury News
Corey Rayburn YungWill gun-wielding St. Louis attorneys be able to hide behind the state’s ‘Castle Doctrine’?6/29/2020Law & Crime
Raj Bhala50 Kansans You Should Know: Class of 20206/17/2020Ingram's Magazine
Kyle Velte‘Nobody else for them to pick on’ KS Senate candidates scuffle over transgender rights6/17/2020The Kansas City Star