Texas A&M School of Law In the Media


Prof. Felix Mormann, Houston Chronicle, "Can state’s grid manager be held accountable for its errors?" September 12, 2019

Prof​. Amber Baylor, The Battalion, "State law criminalizing unsolicited lewd photos takes effect," September 8, 2019

Prof. Peter Yu, Hong Kong Lawyer, "The 11th IP Conference 'Best Practices in Turbulent Times'," September 5, 2019

Prof. Malinda Seymore, Family Law Prof Blog and Behavioral Legal Ethics blog, "Seymore: "Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering," September 3, 2019

Prof. Glynn Lunney, Media Law Prof Blog, "Lunney on A Natural Right To Copy," September 3, 2019

Prof. Srividhya RagavanThe Week, "Bitter battle," August 24, 2019

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Dallas Business Journal, Yahoo! Finance, "American wants mechanics to pay for flight cancellations. Will it work?" August 20, 2019

Prof. William Byrnes, Casino.org, "Hollywood Casino Toledo Slots Allegedly Used for Attempted Laundering of $138,000," August 17, 2019

Prof. Thomas MitchellReuters Online, "U.S. government hears woeful testimony from 'heirs’ property' owners," August 14, 2019; additional media outlets:  Thomson Reuters Foundation News, Reuters UK Online, Mogaz News, Devdiscourse, Intent, Netscape, Haaretz

Prof. Guillermo J. Garcia Sanchez, KBTX-TV news, "Mexican energy policy reform is affecting the Texas oil and gas industry," August 14, 2019

Guillermo Garcia ADN40 interviewProf. Guillermo J. Garcia Sanchez, ADN40 (a national news channel in Mexico), three-part interview about the future of Mexico's energy reform and its impact in global markets, August 12-14, 2019 (in Spanish): part 1, part 2, part 3

Prof. Mark Burge, Tax Prof Blog, "Masters Programs And The Public Educational Mission Of Law Schools," July 31, 2019

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Reata squeezes business costs out of workers making below minimum wage, lawsuit says," July ​29, 2019

Prof. Cynthia Alkon, Dallas Morning News, "With crimes as 'heinous' as those in Chemirmir serial murder case, Texas DAs look to death penalty," July 26, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell and the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (UPHPA), The Washington Post, "Black families once lived off their southern farmland. Their descendants are struggling to hold onto it," July 23, 2019

Bob ProbascoProcedurally Taxing blog, "Reflections on the Impact of Nina Olson, by Bob Probasco," July 24, 2019

Prof. Fatma Marouf, Op-Ed in The Hill, "Safe 'third country rule' isn't actually safe for asylum seekers," July 19, 2019
Published by other media outlets: PressFrom, MSN

Prof. Mark Burge and the Texas A&M Law San Antonio Masters of Jurisprudence Program, The Rivard Report, "Push for Rio Grande Valley Law School Continues Amid Lack of Attorneys," July 19, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell and the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (UPHPA), New York Times "Morning Briefing", "What we're reading: This collaboration from ProPublica and The New Yorker -- 'Their Family Bought Land One Generation After Slavery. The Reels Brothers Spent Eight Years in Jail for Refusing to Leave It.'," July 17, 2019
Published by other media outlets: The Louisiana Weekly, yourNEWS

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Bloomberg Law, “Bid to Flip Apple Ruling Seeks to Check Patent Court’s Power,” July 15, 2019

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Dallas Morning News, "Judge orders union to fine and discipline American Airlines mechanics who cause delays and cancellations," July 11, 2019

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu, "Taking a myopic view of foreign-made generic drugs," July 9, 2019

Prof. Frank SnyderTexas Public Radio, "Did Texas Lawmakers' Efforts To Legalize Hemp Complicate Pot Prosecutions?" July 5, 2019

Prof. Milan MarkovicTax Prof Blog, "The Overhyped Rise Of Robot Lawyers," July 3, 2019

Prof. Michael Z. GreenDallas Morning News, "American Airlines says mechanics are causing delays. Now, a judge could force the union to pay for it," June 30, 2019
Published by other media outlets:  Miami Herald, Bradenton Herald, The Tribune, Idaho Statesman, Sun Herald, Lexington Herald-Leader, The Sacramento Bee, Belleville News-Democrat, The News & Observer, The Bellingham Herald, The State, The Kansas City Star, Missoulian, The Virginian-Pilot, The Fresno Bee, The Charlotte Observer, ArkansasOnline.com 

Prof. William ByrnesAmerican Banker, National Mortgage News, Credit Union Journal, "Do lending algorithms discriminate? Congress seeks answers," June 26, 2019

Prof. Neil SobolFort Worth Star-Telegram, "Do you have old debts? Worry less about some of them after Sept. 1. Here’s why," June 24, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell's Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (UPHPA), NY1 News, "After NY1 Investigation, Bill Passes Legislature to Limit 'Partition Actions' Forcing People from Their Homes," June 21, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law, KRLD NewsRadio 1080, "Business Leaders, Librarians From Kazakhstan Visiting Fort Worth," June 21, 2019

Instructional Assistant Prof. Aaron Retteen, American Association of Law Libraries Computing Services Special Interest Section (AALL CS-SIS) blog, "How I Found Over 175,000 Downloads on Bepress for My Faculty," June 20, 2019

Prof. Saurabh VishnubhakatKBTX, "How a Delaware Supreme Court ruling affects Blue Bell's future," June 19, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell, The Pew Charitable Trusts, "New Laws Help Rural Black Families Fight for Their Land," June 18, 2019

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Above the Law, "3 Questions For Patent Professor And Engineer, Saurabh Vishnubhakat," June 11, 2019

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu, "U.S. is shooting itself in the foot on GSP," June 9, 2019

Prof. Nancy Welsh, Director of the Aggie Dispute Resolution Program, ADR Toolbox, TaxProf Blog, "Pepperdine Hosts International Conference For Dispute Resolution Teachers, Scholars, And Leaders," June 9, 2019

Prof. Frank Snyder, Cosmopolitan, Yahoo! Finance, "Everyone's Out Here Obsessing Over CBD Gummies—But Do They Actually Work?" ​June 5, 2019

Texas A&M Criminal Defense Clinic, CBS 7 (KOSA), "West Texas woman submits petition to President Trump for sentence reduction," June 4, 2019

Texas A&M Criminal Defense Clinic, Midland Reporter-Telegram, "Odessan asks Trump for sentence reduction," June 2, 2019

Prof. Susan Fortney, ABA Journal, "Lawyers have a duty to disclose adverse legal authority even if it hurts their case," May 29, 2019

Prof. Thomas MitchellThe Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "New Farm Bill could help Southern black farmers tap loans, keep land," May 24, 2019

Prof. Meg Penrose, Agence France Presse (AFP), ATT.net, Boston Star, Yahoo! News, "Across US, women have unequal access to abortion," May 23, 2019

Prof. Felix Mormann (Lex Editor for Energy Law), Jotwell, "William's World: An Essay about the History of Just Price," May 16, 2019

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "Texas’ Planned Parenthood Case Could Head To The Supreme Court," May 15, 2019

Najmu Mosheen J.D. '19, PR Newswire, "Equal Justice Works Announces 2019 Class of Fellows," May 14, 2019

Prof. Thomas MitchellFERN (Food & Environment Reporting Network), "CAP report highlights inequities for black farmers," May 2, 2019

Prof. Frank Snyder, Texas Standard, "Texas House Bill To Legalize Hemp Farming Gets A Preliminary Nod," April 24, 2019

Associate Dean James McGrath, ABA Journal, "Cooley Law gets new dean with academic support background," MLive.com, "James McGrath named president of WMU-Cooley Law School," April 24, 2019

Prof. Angela Morrison, Texas Standard, "Supreme Court To Take On LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination," April 23, 2019

Associate Dean Luz Herrera, ABA Journal Legal Rebels, "Nonprofit law pioneer applauds ‘low bono’ growth," April 17, 2019

Prof. Frank Snyder, Extroverting, Cannabis Wire, "The Murky Part of the STATES Act: Tribal Rights," April 15, 2019

Prof. William ByrnesBloomberg News, "Amazon, IRS Return to Court for $2 Billion Tax Case Appeal," April 11, 2019

Associate Dean Luz Herrera, The Harvard Gazette, "Putting compassion into action," April 11, 2019

3L Brandon Cofield (2018 Google Legal Summer Institute participant), Morningstar, PR Newswire, "Google Awarded the 2019 PracticePro Diversity Leadership Award," April 10, 2019

Prof. Thomas MitchellCenter for American Progress, "Progressive Governance Can Turn the Tide for Black Farmers," April 3, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law Immigrant Rights Clinic, Blavity, "African Immigrants Experienced Horrific Abuse While Detained In ICE Detention Center Claims New Report," April 2, 2019

Prof. Lisa Rich, Op-ed on CNN, "What we're ignoring about Manafort's sentence," March 30, 2019, with Michael Zeldin, CNN legal analyst

Prof. Terri Helge, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Op-Ed in The Conversation, "Fending off new Sackler money is easier for museums and schools than returning old gifts," March 28, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell's Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (UPHPA), NY1 News, "After NY1 Investigation, Legislator Proposes Law Limiting 'Partition Actions' Forcing People From Their Homes," March 28, 2019

Prof. Thomas Mitchell, NY1 News, "Going, Going, Gone: New Tactic by Real Estate Investors Forcing Some New Yorkers from Their Homes," March 19, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth Business Press, "People's Law School set for March 23 at Texas A&M Law School," March 19, 2019

Prof. Guillermo Garcia Sanchez, Morningstar, Business Wire, Market Screener, "Texas Energy Council Announces Its 31st Annual Symposium in Dallas," March 12, 2019

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Dallas Business Journal, “Will Apple’s Exit from Frisco, Plano Prompt More Departures?,” March 11, 2019

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Patently-O, "Appellate Standing, Biosimilars, and the Federal Circuit," March 11, 2019

Prof. William Henning, CAP-Impact podcast and Capital Contributions (Capital Center for Law & Policy), "Episode 39: Prof. William Henning & The Most Impactful Organization You've Never Heard Of," March 7, 2019

Op-ed by Prof. Srividhya RagavanBloomberg Quint, "GSP Duty Benefits: Trade Tango With America Begins For India," March 6, 2019

Adjunct Prof. Mark Pittman, The Katy News, "Sen. Cruz Introduces Texas District Court Nominees Before Senate Judiciary Committee," March 6, 2019

Prof. Peter Reilly, LexBlog, The CLS Blue Sky Blog, "The U.S. Corporate DPA Program: An International Embarrassment?" March 4, 2019

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "Supreme Court Puts Limits On States Ability To Seize And Sell Private Property," February 21, 2019

Prof. Neil Sobol, Route Fifty, "Court Decision Doesn’t Guarantee Radical Changes to Fines and Property Seizures," February 20, 2019

Jessica Anderson '18, Texas Bar Blog, Lex Blog, "A paralegal turned lawyer talks about her journey," February 19, 2019

1L Lora Naismith, Fort Worth Business Press, "Basketball background: Texas A&M student has a legal goal," February 16, 2019

Prof. Joe Spurlock, KXAS NBC news , "Fort Worth Council Member Sued Over Debt, ‘Good Friends’ With Judge," February 14, 2019

Mishae Boren '15, Tyler Morning Telegraph, "Tyler Junior College's criminal justice program marks 50 years of training law enforcement professionals," February 8, 2019

Prof. Susan Fortney, EurekAlert!, "Texas A&M to lead NSF study of sexual harassment in STEM fields," February 7, 2019

Texas A&M School of Law, Texas Lawyer, "Texas Law Schools Experienced a Modest First-Year Enrollment Gain in 2018," February 4, 2019

Prof. Saurabh VishnubhakatTexas A&M Today, "Division Of Research Awards 13 Grants To Texas A&M Faculty," January 30, 2019

Op-ed by Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Bloomberg Quint, "Monsanto Case Judge Must Test These Five Legal And Three Policy Questions," January 27, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law Family Law and Benefits Clinic Veterans Project, National Jurist, "Law schools and students rack up serious volunteer hours," January 24, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law Community Development Clinic, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Living the dream takes special kind of dedication," January 22, 2019, learn more

Texas A&M University School of Law, Law School Blog Network LexBlog What Great Law Schools Do, "Texas A&M Requires New Dispute Resolution Course for 1Ls," January 22, 2019

Prof. Amber Baylor and the Criminal Defense Clinic, Fort Worth Weekly, "Hopeless to Hopeful," January 16, 2019

Prof. Saurabh VishnubhakatCAP·impact podcast (Capital Center for Law & Policy), "Episode 31: Patent Law with Texas A&M Law Professor Saurabh Vishnubhakat," January 10, 2019

Texas A&M University School of Law Family Law and Benefits Clinic Veterans ProjectFinancial Content, AALS, Legal News, "Law Class of 2018 Contributed More Than $85 Million Worth of Pro Bono Legal Services," January 8, 2019

Prof. Irene Calboli, WIPO, "The Academy in your words: Irene Calboli," January 8, 2019

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, KBTX, DTNGreat American Insurance Group, KTIC, KNEB, KRVN, KTMX, DairyBusiness, Morning Ag Clips, "Newly passed Farm Bill helps heirs' property owners achieve land rights/Fix for Heirs Property/Farm Bill advances reform of heirs' property law," December 19, 2018 - January 16, 2019

Prof. James McGrath, associate dean of academic support, bar passage and compliance, Yahoo! Finance, Texas Lawyer, "The Bar Exam of the Future Offers Plenty to Be Excited About," December 28, 2018

Prof. Felix MormannKnowledge@Wharton, "Will the Poland Climate Talks Lead to Action — or More Talk?" December 14, 2018

Dean Robert Ahdieh, WFAA ABC News affiliate, "Dean of Texas A&M School of Law was one of President Bush’s 'Points of Light' as a college student," December 4, 2018

Prof. Michael Green, Observer, "Jay-Z Halting His $204M Lawsuit Over a Lack of Black Arbitrators Could Be Historic," November 29, 2018

Prof. Elizabeth Trujillo, Dallas Morning News, "How will newly empowered Texas Democrats approach Trump's NAFTA revamp?" November 20, 2018

Associate Dean Terri Helge, Tampa Bay Times, "The real problem with Pasco pastor’s partisan sign is a tax problem," November 16, 2018

Prof. Vanessa Casado Pérez, Environmental Law Prof Blog, "Liquid Business," November 13, 2018

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Law360, “What We Heard At The FTC Hearings: Days 6 And 7,” November 2, 2018, learn more

Prof. Amber Baylor, Arab Media, Vox,  "How looks can influence courtroom bias," November 1, 2018

Prof. William Byrnes, Bloomberg BNA, "INSIGHT: A Second Bite at the APA: Altera’s Rehearing and the Potential Invalidity of Cost-Sharing Regulations—Part One," October 31, 2018

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Law360, “AIA Case At High Court May Be About More Than Patents,” October 30, 2018

Prof. Fatma Marouf, director of the Immigrant Rights Clinics, PolitiFact Texas, Houston Chronicle, SFGate, "Mostly False: Donald Trump claim that Beto O'Rourke voted to shield MS-13 members from deportation," October 2​5, 2018

Community Development Clinic, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Bristol [Va.] Herald Courier, Decatur [Ala.] Daily, Atlantic Broadband"The battles MLK fought in Fort Worth almost 60 years ago still remain, attorney says," October 23, 2018

2L Claire Brown, Texas Bar Blog, "Pro Bono Spotlight Day 2: Claire Brown," October 23, 2018

Prof. Neil L. Sobol, WalletHub, "Ask the Experts: Credit Cards for Bad Credit," October 23, 2018

Prof. Huyen Pham, The Regulatory Review, "Sanctuary Outside of Big Cities," October 22, 2018

Prof. Felix Mormann; Knowledge@Wharton (SiriusXM Business Radio channel 132); discusses ExxonMobil donating $1M to AFC Dividends, an advocacy organization supporting a carbon tax, and what this means for climate change; October 10, 2018

Texas A&M School of Law, The Battalion, "Texas A&M School of Law celebrates five years," October 8, 2018

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "In Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate Hearing, Legal Rules Of Evidence Don’t Apply," September 27, 2018

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Najmu Mohseen '18 and Sara Vargas '18, KRLD News Radio 1080, ​Faculty and ​student ​reactions to Kavanaugh ​hearing, September 27, 2018

Kristin Bussell Newby JD '19, The WS Society, "Balancing Healthful and Political Priorities," September 18, 2018

Prof. Amber Baylor, Director of the Texas A&M Criminal Defense Clinic, The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "Why the Dallas officer who killed her neighbor might have trouble with a ‘deadly force’ defense," September 13, 2018

Prof. William Magnuson, Law360, "How A 'Lost Generation' Of Associates Bounced Back," September 11, 2018

Prof. Fatma Marouf, Director of the Texas A&M Immigrant Rights Clinic, Texas Standard, "Migrant Kids Could Be Detained Longer With Changes To Flores Agreement," September 7, 2018

Dean Bobby Ahdieh, Texas Lawyer, "Texas A&M's New Law Dean Discusses Rankings and Importance of Diversity," August 30, 2018

Prof. Elizabeth Trujillo, Dallas Morning News, "President Trump signs off on new trade deal with Mexico to revamp NAFTA: 'It's a big day for our country'," August 28, 2018 

Prof. Gabriel EcksteinQuartz, "There’s a time bomb for US-Mexico relations ticking underground," August 20, 2018

Associate Professor Saurabh Vishnubhakat, This Week in Tech (TWIT.TV) This Week in Law, "Samsung's Lonely Ice Rink: Patent Law with Saurabh Vishnubhakat," August 17, 2018 

Adjunct Professor and Innocence Project clinic director Mike Ware, Commentary/op-ed in Austin American-Statesman and Waco Tribune-Herald, "Commentary: How Texas courts can do more to avoid wrongful convictions," August 14, 2018 

Associate Dean Terri Lynn Helge, Commentary/op-ed on CNBC and The Huffington Post, "It’s harder than you might expect for charities to give back tainted money," August 6, 2018

Prof. Peter YuDallas Morning News, "Trump's tariffs threaten Texas. But even critics say he has some points on trade," August 3, 2018

Prof​. Thomas W. Mitchell, The Nation, "Psst! The Farm Bill Includes a Rare Provision That Could Help Black Farmers," July 24, 2018

Prof. Peter Yu, Defense One, "What Alexander Hamilton Can Teach Us About Cyber Policy," July 21, 2018

Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC), Taxpayer Advocate Service, "Low Income Taxpayer Clinics Celebrate 20 Years of Taxpayer Service," July 17, 2018

Texas A&M School of Law Risk Management graduate program and Adjunct Prof. Alan Brill, The Financial Times, "MBA courses start offering digital security skills," July 11, 2018

Prof. Irene Calboli, WIPO Academy News, "First IP Researchers Europe Conference at WIPO," June 29, 2018

Prof. Fatma Marouf, Forbes, "What Happens To The Children Now?" June 21, 2018

Prof​. Terri Lynn Helge, The Conversation, ​"Disappointed donors can’t count on getting their charitable money back," June 1, 2018

Associate Dean Charlotte Ku, ​op-ed ​posted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs, "The UN Security Council as a Climate Governance Institution," May 22, 2018

Prof. Felix Mormann, Knowledge@Wharton (SiriusXM Business Radio channel 132), Costa Rica's Fossil-Fuel-Free Future, May 15, 2018

Prof. Fatma Marouf and the Texas A&M Immigrant Rights Clinic:

  • Fort Worth Weekly, "Meltdown: Fort Worth law school students and others put ICE in the hot seat, sparking a federal probe of alleged abuses at detention centers," May 9, 2018
  • ImmigrationProf Blog, "“I was treated like an animal”: Abuses Against African Detainees at the West Texas Detention Facility," March 26, 2018
  • Law360, "Texas Detention Center Accused Of Abusing African Detainees," March 26, 2018
  • The Intercept, "Week of Hell: Dozens of African Detainees Allege Serial Abuse and Hate Crimes at Notorious Private Immigration Jail," March 24, 2018
  • San Antonio Express-News, "ICE detainees describe beatings, other abuses," March 23, 2018
  • Corpus Christi Caller-Times, "ICE detainee on West Texas Detention Facility: 'I was treated like an animal'," March 23, 2018

Prof. Amber Baylor, Corpus Christi Caller Times, "Are face tattoos a mark that can cause a jury to prejudge a defendant in court cases?" March 8, 2018

Associate Dean Tim Mulvaney, PropertyProf Blog, "Mulvaney on Non-Enforcement and the Takings Clause," February 27, 2018

Texas A&M School of Law Masters of Jurisprudence Program in San Antonio, OGAPS blog, February 21, 2018

Prof. Carol Pauli, CrimProf Blog, "Pauli on Gordon on Atrocity Speech," February 19, 2018

Prof. Nuno Garoupa, Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, "Judging in Europe: Do Legal Traditions Matter?" February 8, 2018

Prof. Peter Yu's article highlighted in PatentlyO blog, "China's Patent System Entering Middle Age," February 7, 2018

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, guest blog post on PatentlyO, "Mapping the Patent Office Intervenor Power," February 5, 2018

Texas A&M Law's Program in Real Estate and Community Development Law, PropertyProf Blog, "Real Property Schmooze @Texas A&M: Bridging the Urban Versus Rural Divide," January 30, 2018

Prof. Neil Sobol, co-​authored Op-ed in San Antonio Express-News, "Another View: Hold Accountable Debt Collection Attorneys Who Mislead," January 1​8, 2018

Prof. Neil Sobol, co-​authored Op-ed in The Monitor, "Commentary: Rep. Gonzalez' bill would unfairly shield lawyers in debt collection cases," January 17, 2018

Prof. Neil Sobol, co-authored Op-ed in The Brownsville Herald, "Our Turn: Debt bill hurts consumers," January 16, 2018

Prof. Angela Morrison, Texas Standard, "With immigration raids at 7-Eleven stores, ICE signals a new era of enforcement," January 12, 2018

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, ​guest blog post on PatentlyO, "Shenanigans, Time Bars, and Federal Circuit Oversight," January 10, 2018

Prof. Frank Snyder, The Atlantic, "Is This the End of Legal Medical Marijuana, Too?" January 5, 2018

Prof. Frank Snyder, Houston Chronicle, "Cannabis stocks sink as Sessions reverses course on pot prosecution," January 4, 2018

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, KUHF/NPR radio show Houston Matters (at 1:05) about U.S. Supreme Court Case in which Texas sued New Mexico over water rights and allocations in the Rio Grande, January 8, 2018

Prof. Gabriel EcksteinTexas Standard radio show (at 16:33) about the U.S. Supreme Court Case in which Texas sued New Mexico over water rights and allocations in the Rio Grande, January 2, 2018 

Texas A&M University School of Law, The Wall Street Journal, "Law Schools Say: Please Come, No LSAT Required;" Fortune and InBusiness.ae, "LSAT No Longer Required For Top Law Schools Including Harvard, Georgetown," December 6, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, Washington Examiner, "Firm offers anonymous sales of fine art, luxury cars using bitcoin," December 5, 2017

Adjunct Professor and Innocence Project clinic director Mike Ware, Fort Worth Magazine, "How Fort Worth Fights for the Innocent," November 30, 2017

Prof. Lynne Rambo, The Associated Press, The New York Times, ABC News, CBS News, "Woman with crude anti-Trump truck decal arrested," November 1​6, 2017

Texas A&M University School of Law, Texas Lawyer, "Texas A&M Law School Joins the GRE Crowd," November 15, 2017

Prof. Susan Fortney, Bloomberg BNA, "Colorado Goes Live With Online Lawyer Self-Assessment," November 15, 2017

Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "How Texas A&M became a top-100 law school in four years," November 10, 2017

Adjunct Professor and Innocence Project clinic director Mike Ware, Dallas Morning News, "Too tall: Does video evidence prove a Texas inmate was wrongfully convicted?" November 9, 2017

Prof. Michael Z. Green, discussed the Ezekiel Elliott case in an interview on East Texas Radio's "The Press Pass", KPLT 1490 AM, 96.3 FM, November 7, 2017

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, TX H2O (a publication of the Texas Water Resources Institute), "Understanding Water Security," November 3, 2017

Associate Dean Timothy Mulvaney, Property Prof Blog, "Guest Blog: SCOTUS Mulling Cert. Petition on Key Takings Law Issue in 616 Croft Ave." October 27, 2017

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Is Jerry Jones’ anthem stance legal? Here’s what labor lawyers say," October 11, 2017

2017-2018 Faculty Speaker Series, Property Prof Blog, "Property Profs Singer, Atuahene, & Epstein Head to Texas A&M for Workshops," October 12, 2017

Prof. Terri Helge, Tax Prof Blog, "Helge: Why The IRS Denies Tax Exemption To 501(c)(3) Applicants," September 27, 2017

Prof. Neil Sobol, testimony and article cited in U.S. Commission on Civil Rights report, Targeted Fines and Fees Against Communities of Color: Civil Rights & Constitutional Implications, September, 2017

Prof. Neil Sobol, Think Progress, "Court fees and fines target the poor, leaving them in a ‘never-ending cycle of debt’," September 22, 2017

Prof. William Magnuson, Op-ed in Bloomberg.com, "The Next Crisis Will Start in Silicon Valley," September 18, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, International Financial Law Prof Blog, "Law Students Exploring Careers as Prosecutors and Intelligence Work," September 13, 2017

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, The Brown Daily Herald, "Scientists, scholars sign declaration for universal clean water access," September 12, 2017

Prof. Meg Penrose, Op-ed in the Texas Bar Journal, Vol. 80, No. 8, 510-511, "Title IX: The difficulties in protecting an accused's rights," September 8, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, Tax Prof Blog, "Tax Prof Panel On A U.S. Perspective On Tax Compliance And Tax Privacy At Cambridge," September 7, 2017

Prof. Neil Sobol, The Houston Chronicle, "As Hurricane Harvey approaches, complaints of price gouging begin," August 26, 2017

Prof. Milan Markovic, Tax Prof Blog, "Most Lawyers Are Satisfied With Their Careers," August 22, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, USA TODAY International Edition, "Reducing health care costs doesn't have to be hard," August 21, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, cited on RT National News, "The Facts about FACTA," (at 21.04 & 22.10), August 21, 2017 

Interim Dean Thomas W. Mitchell, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Economy Matters, "A Major Cause of Rural Southern Poverty," August 16, 2017

Prof. Lynne Rambo, “Knowledge@Wharton,” broadcast from The Wharton School on Sirius XM channel 111, to  discuss affirmative action with Camille Charles, Professor of Sociology, Africana Studies & Education and Director of the Center for Africana Studies at University of Pennsylvania, and OiYan Poon, Assistant Professor of Higher Education Leadership at Colorado State University, August 3, 2017

Prof. William Byrnes, Credit Union Times, "Wells Fargo Data Fiasco Raises Red Flags, Demands Serious Change, " July 25, 2017

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Economy Matters Podcast, "Heirs' Property," Ju​ly ​7, 2017

Jack Manhire, Tax Prof Blog, "Manhire Presents The Action Principle In Market Mechanics Today At University Of Warsaw," July 6, 2017

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "UT-Austin Faces Another Affirmative Action Lawsuit," June 28, 2017

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, The Nation, "African Americans Have Lost Untold Acres of Land Over the Last Century," June 26, 2017

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, Fort Worth Business Press, "Legislative Success: Texas A&M Law School professor helps push through fair property rights reforms," June 16, 2017

Global Programs Field Trip course in Jersey "Facilitating Trade," Jersey Evening Post [view full edition (article on page 7)], [view article only], "US law students learn about European finance," June 7, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Texas Standard, "In a Sudden Move, Seven Countries Cut Ties with Qatar," June 5, 2017

Texas A&M University School of Law Associate Dean Conference, TaxProf Blog, "Caron Presents Faculty Scholarship Assessment: A (Very) New Dean's Perspective Today At Texas A&M," June 2, 2017

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, Texas A&M Today, “Texas A&M Law Professor’s Partition Law Reform Bill Becomes Law In Texas,” May 31, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, WNYC The Takeaway, "Egypt Restricts Aid as Attacks on Christians Continue, May 31, 2017

Prof. Neal Newman, The San Antonio Express News, "Rackspace sued for failing to disclose Vodafone contract loss," May 30, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Washington Post, "Muslims in U.S. cynical over tone, message in Trump’s speech," May 21, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on CNN.com, "Trump's doublespeak in Saudi Arabia," May 21, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Mic, "Trump condemns terrorism in the name of religion, but these experts aren't impressed," May 21, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in HuffPost, "Trump’s Authoritarian Administration," May 19, 2017

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "Why Texas is Already Suing Over the Constitutionality of New 'Sanctuary Cities' Law," May 9, 2017

Prof. Neil Sobol, WalletHub, "Ask the Experts: 0% APR Business Credit Cards," May 4, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed at The Brookings Institution, "De-securitizing counterterrorism in the Sinai Peninsula," April 30, 2017

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, SE Texas Record, "Whirlpool awarded $7.6 million in case against TST Water over water filter design," April 24, 2017

Prof. Wayne Barnes, Waco Tribune-Herald, "Midway ISD reports T-shirt scam targeting local businesses," April 19, 2017

Texas A&M University School of Law, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Texas Agriculture Law Blog, "Eminent Domain White Paper Published by TAMU School of Law," April 19, 2017

Prof. Thomas W. Mitchell, NPR’s Here & Now, “In Georgia, Inherited Property Creates Risks for Vulnerable Communities,” April 12, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Al Jazeera English, "Sahar Aziz Comments on Bombings of Churches in Egypt," ​April 9, 2017

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, News and Tribune, "Bill would help clear up ownership of Southern Indiana's water," April 5, 2017

Prof. Peter Yu, ​Asia IP, "The Rise of RCEP," March 31, 2017

Prof. William Magnuson, The Conversation, "Is Brexit the beginning of the end for international cooperation?" March 29, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The Progressive, "Opposing the Rise of State-Sponsored Islamophobia," March 25, 2017

Prof. Michael Green, BloombergBNA, "Sterling Jewelers Case Highlights Perils of Arbitration," March 9, 2017

Prof. Gary Lucas, Inverse, "Trump Could Become an Unlikely Climate Change Hero," March 5, 2017

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu Business Line, "‘Use the WTO system effectively’," March 5, 2017

Prof. Fatma Marouf:

  • ABC News, "Immigrant diagnosed with brain tumor released after 15 months in ICE custody," March 3, 2017
  • The Washington Post, "After weeks of waiting in ICE detention, asylum seeker with brain tumor released on bond," March 3, 2017
  • USA Today, "Detainee with brain tumor released to seek treatment," March 2, 2017
  • Los Angeles Times, "Asylum seeker with a brain tumor is freed from immigration detention," March 2, 2017
  • The Daily Beast, "Undocumented Woman With a Brain Tumor Locked Up by ICE," Feb. 22, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, op-ed in CNN, "Solidarity with his far-right, anti-Muslim base," March 1, 2017

Prof. Fatma Marouf:

  • UPI, "U.S. customs detains French historian for 10 hours," February 27, 2017
  • The Guardian, "Leading French academic threatened with deportation at Houston airport," February 27, 2017
  • The Washington Post, "U.S. detains and nearly deports French Holocaust historian," February 26, 2017
  • BBC News, "French historian Henry Rousso nearly deported from US," February 26, 2017
  • The New York Times, "French Historian Says He Was Threatened With Deportation at Houston Airport," February 26, 2017

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, BBC, "Should we Use Ships to Transport Fresh Water?" Feb. 22, 2017

Prof. Sahar AzizPBS NewsHour, "What is it like to be a Muslim at a Baptist University?" Feb. 21, 2017 

Prof. Neil Sobol, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Texas lawmaker wants to send 'zombie debt' to the grave," Feb. 20, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Washington Post, "This group believes Islam threatens America: 'It's a spiritual battle of good and evil'," Feb. 18, 2017

Prof. Michael Green, Op-ed in Jotwell, "Protecting Unhappy Workers from Discriminatory Treatment," Feb. 15, 2017

Prof. Gary Lucas, Op-ed in Legal Theory Blog, "Lucas on Voter Psychology & the Carbon Tax," Feb. 14, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Intercept, “48 Questions the FBI Uses to Determine of Someone is a Likely Terrorist,” Feb. 13, 2017

Prof. Michael Green, Bloomberg News Online and La Repubblica, "Retirement Advisers’ Duty to Clients May Be Shortlived," Feb. 9, 2017

Prof. Fatma Marouf, The Harvard Crimson, "Law Clinicians, Faculty Sign Amicus Brief Against Executive Order," Feb. 7, 2017

​​Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in MarketWatch, "Trump's trade policy is more predictable and less isolationist than critics think," Feb. 3, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Al Jazeera English, "Challenges to Trump's #MuslimBan Executive Order," Jan. 30, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on Fox News, "Trump's immigrant ban part of a long, sad tradition," Jan. 28, 2017

Prof. Michael Green, El Paso Times, "Judge: Don't punish YISD teacher for Colorado high," Jan. 27, 2017

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, "Sanctuary Cities May Have Upper Hand in Fight Over Trump’s Immigration Order," Jan. 27, 2017

Prof. Angela Morrison, Fox News, "Texas Gov. Abbott threatens to oust officials who promote sanctuary cities," Jan. 26, 2017

Prof. Sahar Aziz, BBC World News, President Trump's inaugural speech, Jan. 21, 2017

Prof. Thomas Mitchell, Georgia Public Broadcasting News (NPR), "Inherited Property Puts Vulnerable Georgia Communities At Risk," Jan. 20, 2017

Prof. Megan Carpenter, Christian Science Monitor, "What’s in a name? Supreme Court to decide 'offensive' band name case," Jan. 18, 2017

Prof. Megan Carpenter, The Associated Press, "Justices to hear free speech clash over offensive trademarks," Jan. 15, 2017

Prof. Milan Markovic, MarketWatch, "Trump plan to send hotel profits to Treasury needs work, experts say," Jan. 13, 2017

Prof. Peter Yu, The Straits Times, "Asean, Singapore and the challenge of a protectionist America," Jan. 4, 2017

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu Business Line, "Backdoor patents could hurt patients," Dec. 27, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, China Daily, "Taobao back on US fake blacklist," Dec. 23, 2016

Assoc. Dean William Byrnes, MarketWatch, "Should you take a lump sum, an annuity, or a mix of both when you retire?" Dec. 2, 2016

Prof. Michael Green, SE Texas Record, "Professor says injunction on Obama's overtime rule is not arbitrary," Dec. 2, 2016

Prof. Fatma Marouf, The Associated Press: The Washington Times, ABC, NBC, CBS, "Court: Asylum Not Automatic for Former Gang Members," Nov. 30, 2016

Karon Rowden, Texas Bar College The College Bulletin, "Ethical Issues in Handling Special Immigrant Juvenile Cases for the Family Lawyer, Nov. 30, 2016 (pages 8-13)

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Bloomberg BNA Legal Blogs Health Care Blog,"Biopharmas Explore Strategic Uses of Patent Challenge Process," Nov. 22, 2016

Prof. Gary Lucas, Tax Prof Blog, "Lucas Presents Psychological Barriers To An Efficient Carbon Tax At George Mason," Nov. 10, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Air Mozilla MozFest Speaker Series, "Surveillance and Privacy Online," Oct. 29, 2016 (Aziz's talk begins at the 25 minute mark)

Prof. Franklyn Snyder, Crain's Austin, "Licensing fees soar under proposed Texas medical marijuana legislation," Oct. 20, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Sada Journal, "The Expanding Jurisdiction of Egypt’s Military Courts," Oct. 12, 2016

Prof. Fatma Marouf, The New York Times, "How U.S. Immigration Judges Battle Their Own Prejudice," Oct. 4, 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Spicy IP: De-Coding Indian Intellectual Property Law, guest post: "Industry and Impartiality!", Oct. 4, 2016

Prof. Megan Carpenter, Co-Director of the Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP), The Washington Post, "Warning: This article on trademarks may include language deemed ‘scandalous, immoral or disparaging’," Sept. 30, 2016

Prof. Thomas Mitchell, Property Prof Blog (Law Professors Blog Network), "Professor Spotlight: Thomas Mitchell and the Uniform Partition of Heirship Property Act," Sept. 26, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Video of testimony on "Identifying the Enemy: Radical Islamic Terror," before a subcommittee of the House Homeland Security Committee, Sept. 22, 2016

Prof. William Henning, Law360, "A Compelling Case For Uniform Wage Garnishment Laws," Sept. 19, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Portland Press Herald, "Reflections: Fifteen years after 9/11, we must turn the other cheek," Sept. 10, 2016

Prof. William Magnuson, Business Law Prof Blog, "Guest Post from William J. Magnuson of Texas A&M University School of Law," Sept. 8, 2016

Associate Dean & Prof. William Byrnes, ABA Journal, "Lawyer gets prison time for using trust accounts to transfer $12 million in client cash," Sept. 7, 2016

Prof. Neil Sobol, Houston Public Media, "Closing Private Federal Prisons Can Impact Texas Because It Has The Most In The U.S.," Sept. 6, 2016

Associate Dean & Prof. William Byrnes, Law.com, "Amid Growing Scrutiny of Trust Accounts, Lawyer to Be Sentenced in $12M Scheme," Sept. 6, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Conversation, "Immigration: Five essential reads," Aug. 31, 2016

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, Circle of Blue, "U.S., Mexican Scientists Collaborate on Border Aquifer Research," Aug. 31, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The New Arab, "Burkini backlash: The latest transnational gender debate," Aug. 31, 2016

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, Circle of Blue, "Groundwater Shared by Countries Is Knowledge Void," Aug. 29, 2016

Prof. Ne​il Sobol, News Radio 1200 WOAI, "Does the Current 'Bail' System Turn County Jails into 'Debtors Prisons?'," Aug. 26, 2016

Prof. Cynthia Alkon, The Charlotte Observer, "Why 2015 was a record year for the wrongfully convicted," Aug. 18, 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, PolitiFact, "Do trade deals threaten India as low-cost HIV drug maker?" Aug. 3, 2016

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, Op-ed in OOSKA News, "OOSKAnews Voices: Bridging Science and Policy -- It’s Not Just a Talking Point," July 26, 2016

Texas A&M School of Law and Vice Dean Aric Short, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Signs of the time: Campus Carry coming to Texas colleges," July 25, 2016

Prof. Meg Penrose, Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc., "Deadlock on Supreme Court seat sets new record," July 20, 2016

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Courthouse News Service, "Court Under Deadline for Texas Voter ID Ruling," July 19, 2016

Prof. Susan Fortney, Texas Lawyer and Law.com, "Texas A&M Launches Solo and Small-Firm Incubator," July 18, 2016

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, San Antonio Express-News, "Texas’ dispute with New Mexico over Rio Grande recommended to proceed," July 12, 2016

Prof. William Henning, ProPublica, "In Bill, Lawmakers Propose New Limits for Seizing Workers’ Pay Over Old Debts," July 12, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The Huffington Post and Brookings Institution website, "Countering violent extremism programs are not the solution to Orlando mass shooting," ​​​​June 29, 2016

Adjunct Professor Mike Ware, Texas A&M School of Law Innocence Clinic, The Sound in the Spirit podcast, "Justice in Action," June 29, 2016

Prof. Lynne RamboBusiness Insider, "Here's how the Supreme Court striking down a Texas abortion law could affect other states," June 27, 2016

Prof. Carol Pauli, Law & Humanities Blog, "Pauli on the Use of Narrative Mediation in Immigration Law," June 20, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, Vulcan Post, "Jack Ma Reiterates Importance of Integrity, Says a Great Example Is Singapore," June 16, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, China Daily, "Ma’s Counterfeit Comments Don’t Reflect Alibaba’s Efforts," June 16, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, KDFW local Fox affiliate, "Local Muslims react to Pres. Obama's Tuesday speech," June 14, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in CNN.com, "Don't let terror divide LGBTQ, Muslim communities," ​​June 14, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Interviewed on KPFA radio (Berkeley, Calif.), "After Orlando," ​​June 13, 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Indian Express, "National intellectual property policy suffers from a lack of conceptual clarity," June ​11, 2016, co-authored with K. Subramanian, former Joint Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in CNN.com, "Breaking the ultimate glass ceiling," ​​June 8, 2016

Adjunct Prof. Brandon W. Barnett and Brandy Roberts Hankins '14, Texas Bar Journal, "Knock and Talk: When law enforcement can enter your home," June 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu Business Line, "A policy without intellectual clarity," June 2, 2016

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The Texas Lawbook, “TransData Poses Billion-Dollar Issue for Itron, Landis+Gyr,” May 24, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, interview on Los Angeles Public Radio, "The Human Rights Situation in Egypt," ​​​May 22, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The New Arab, "Egypt's unsustainable military regime," ​​​May 20, 2016

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, The New York Times, "What Would It Take for Donald Trump to Deport 11 Million and Build a Wall?" May 19, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Al Jazeera English, "Egyptian Journalists Sentenced to Death," ​May 7, 2016

Prof. Megan Carpenter, Op-ed in The New York Times, "Redskins, and Other Troubling Trademarks: Trademark Law Promotes Fair Competition, Not Morality," May 4, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in New Republic and Raw Story, "Will Prince’s Music Become More Accessible After His Death? How mortality affects copyright fights," April 26, 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, co-authored Op-ed in The Hindu, "Trading charges," April 20, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Christian Science Monitor Online, "American woman jailed for 'insulting' United Arab Emirates," April 12, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Toronto Star, "Egypt faces a reckoning over its strongman ways," April 10, 2016

Jack Manhire, PreLaw magazine, "The Most Diverse Law Schools," ​April 9, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, CSPAN, coverage of Georgetown Law Center conference "The Color of Surveillance," presented "Policing Terrorists in the Community," (at minute 59), April 8, 2016

Prof. Megan Carpenter, San Antonio Express-News, "Uh, Uh, Oh: Beyoncé sues San Antonio company Feyoncé Inc. over trademark violations," April 7, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in Huffington Post, "Countering Violent Extremism Coming to a Church Near You," March 23, 2016

Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Op-ed in The Hindu, "Standing up to patent bullying," March 21, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, CNN.com, "Unstereotyped: Muslim feminists fight for change," March 21, 2016

Associate Dean, Prof. William Byrnes, USA Today Online, "If you inherit an IRA, make a plan before doing a thing," March 15, 2016

Prof. Meg Penrose, Op-ed in the Austin American-Statesman, "Penrose: The death of originalism," March 8, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, China Daily Asia, "Govt Confirms Last Chance for Copyright Bill," Feb. 25, 2016

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Written Description, “Linking PTAB Proceedings to Litigation,” Feb. 25, 2016

Prof. Meg Penrose, Catholic News Service, "Supreme Court without Justice Scalia: Will it lack a tip of the scales?," Feb. ​22, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Battalion, "Prof to research Muslim experience at Texas A&M," Feb. ​​22, 2016

Associate Dean, Prof. William Byrnes, Market Watch, "Should you consider short-term care insurance?" Feb. 19, 2016

Jack Manhire, TaxProf Blog, "Manhire Presents Why Lawyers (And Law Professors) Eat Last: A Workshop On Selfless Service Today At Texas A&M," Feb. 18, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, interview on Al Jazeera English, "Egyptian Authorities Shut Down NGO That Serves Torture Victims," Feb. ​18, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on Brookings blog - 'Markaz' Middle East Politics & Policy, "In calling for Muslims to oppose terrorism, Obama ignores its root causes," Feb. 16, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, interview on CBS Radio, replacing Justice Scalia, Feb. 16, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in EconoTimes and The Conversation, "TPP trade pact still needs improvements to protect governments from foreign suits," Feb. 15, 2016

Prof. Meg Penrose, interview on WFAA News (local ABC affiliate), "The fight to replace Justice Scalia begins," Feb. 15, 2016

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Law360, “Most PTAB Petitions Involve Underlying Litigation: Report,” Feb. 12, 2016

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, PatentlyO, “Strategic Decision Making in Dual PTAB and District Court Proceedings,” Feb. 11, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on CNN.com, "Sanders, Trump stun America," Feb. 10, 2016

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Wall Street Journal, "Obama Makes First Visit to U.S. Mosque," Feb. 3, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in Quartz, "Netflix's VPN Ban Proves We Need to Develop a Global, Legal Digital Marketplace," Feb. ​2, 2016

Prof. Angela Morrison, Palestine Herald-Press, "Advocates fight the clock to convert green card holders into voters," Feb. 1, 2016

Prof. Susan Fortney, Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. e-newsletter, "Member Spotlight: Susan Fortney," Jan. 28, 2016

Prof. Lynne Rambo, KUT.org (KUT News 90.5), "Why Two Landlords Are Suing Texas Over Immigration Laws," Jan. 26, 2016

Prof. Malinda Seymore, The Washington Post, "Ted Cruz and that ‘natural born citizen’ requirement: What were the Founding Fathers afraid of?" Jan. 15, 201​6

Prof. Gary Lucas, Op-ed in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Ted Cruz and other Republicans should embrace carbon tax," Jan. 8, 2016, and Houston Chronicle, "Lucas: A carbon tax is a policy the GOP should embrace," Jan. 12, 2016

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in The Conversation, "Hong Kong Copyright Battle Tests U.S. Candidates’ Commitments to Free Speech," ​Jan. 8, 2016

Dean Andrew Morriss, Texas Lawyer, "Looking Ahead: Law School Deans Outline Goals for 2016," Dec​. 29, 2015

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Op-ed in Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journals, "Do disclosures prohibited by law torment federal whistleblowers after MacLean?" Dec. 21, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Hacked, "Hong Kong's Netizens Protest Internet Bill," Dec. ​21, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, China Daily, "Netizens’ adviser open to passing copyright bill now with review later, " Dec. 19, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Los Angeles Times, "Hong Kong Netizens Oppose Bill," Dec. 17, 2015

Prof. Franklin Snyder, Texas Lawyer, "Federal Trade Commission to Review Proposed $37.7B Pipeline Merger," Dec. 16, 2015

Prof. Milan Markovic, Wall Street Journal Law Blog, "Another Law School Cuts Tuition, This Time in Texas," Dec. 14, 2015

Prof. Neal Newman, U.S. News & World Report, "Texas Plumber Whose Truck Wages Jihad in Syria Sues Car Dealer," Dec. 14, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, ​Los Angeles Times, "After terror attacks, Muslim women say headscarves have made them targets for harassment," Dec. ​1​4, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, ​commentary in ​​The Conversation, "Scholars: Trump’s call to ‘ban Muslims’ is un-American," Dec. ​11, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on CNN.com, "Don't collectively punish Muslims," Dec. 4, 2015

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, The Atlantic, "An Interstate Battle for Groundwater," Dec. 4, 2015

Prof. Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Op-ed in The National Law Review, "Ariosa v. Sequenom: In Search of Yes After a Decade of No," Dec. 4, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Interview on MSNBC Live with José Díaz-Balart, "Shooting sparks fears of Muslim American backlash," Dec. 4, 2015

Prof. Lynne Rambo, Texas Standard, NPR podcast, "Is Ted Cruz a Natural-Born Citizen? Here’s What That Term Means," Dec. 1, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed on CNN, "How to defeat ISIS -- Sahar Aziz: Cut off ISIS' funding," Nov. 30, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, National Law Journal Blog of Legal Times, "Ranking the Top Ten Female Justices (When There Are Only Four)," Nov. 25, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The ​Dallas Morning News, "Sahar Aziz: Identifying the wrong culprit for terrorism," Nov. 24, 2015

Prof. Angela Morrison, SCOTUSblog, American Constitution Society ACSblog and Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, "It May Not be A Block-Buster Class Action Case, but the Outcome In Tyson Foods, Inc. v. Bouaphakeo Will Matter to Low-Wage Workers,​" Nov. ​13, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in The Conversation, "Egypt’s Sisi signals shift toward Muslim Brotherhood," Nov. 13, 2015

Prof. Cynthia Alkon, The New York Times, "Questions, Answers About Waco Biker Case Indictments," Nov. 11, 2015

Prof. Milan Markovic, Op-ed in Texas Lawyer and posted in Paul Caron's TaxProf Blog, "Evidence Shows Most Lawyers Continue to Have Profitable, Fulfilling Careers," Nov. 9, 2015

Prof. William Byrnes, MoneyLaundering.com, "Federal Court Gives FinCEN Second Chance to Blacklist FBME Bank," Nov. 9, 2015

Prof. Angela Morrison, SCOTUSblog, oral arguments in the 'crimmigration' case Torres v. Lynch, Nov. 6, 2015

Prof. & Associate Dean Huyen Pham, Texas Standard, "‘Sanctuary City’ Policies Could Lead Some Texas Counties to Lose Funding," Nov. 5, 2015

Jack Manhire, Forbes, "IRS Should Be Asking For Cooperation Not Volunteering," Oct. ​23, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in Fortune, "How China's exclusion from the TPP could hurt its economic growth," Oct. 19, 2015

Prof. H. Brian Holland, International Business Times, "FBI Daily Fantasy Sports Probe: Customers Aren't Scared, But It Could Change DraftKings, FanDuel's Business Models," Oct. 15, 2015

Prof. & Assoc. Dean Huyen Pham, Law360, “7 Immigration-Related Cases that May See High Court Action,” Oct. 14, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Al J​azeera English, "Egypt court orders release of Hosni Mubarak's sons," Oct. 12, 2015

Dean Andrew Morriss, Letter to the Editor in The Economist, "What VW knew," Oct. 10, 2015

Prof. H. Brian Holland, Op-ed in The Conversation, "With a shaky legal foundation, are daily fantasy sports a billion-dollar house of cards?" ​Oct. ​6, 2015

Prof. Megan Carpenter, Op-ed in The Conversation, "Is ‘The Slants’ racist? Court ruling on band name could upend trademark law,” Oct. 2, 2015

Dean Andrew Morriss, Financial Times, "Regulators turned blind eye on VW emissions tests," Sept. 29, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Voice of America, "Will the US-China Cybersecurity Pact Work?" Sept. ​29, 2015

Meg Penrose, State Bar of Texas Blog, "Law student videos show off knowledge, love for the law," Sept. 29, 2015

Prof. Milan Markovic, Wall Street Journal Law Blog, "Texas Sees Boom in Lawyer Population," Sept. 28, 2015

Prof. Milan Markovic, Dallas Morning News, "There’s now 1 lawyer for every 157 people in Dallas County," Sept. 28, 2015

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Nearshore Americas, "Outsourcing Clients May Be Joint Employers Under NLRB Ruling," Sept. 24, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The Toronto Star, "Fahmy’s pardon a bright spot in Egypt’s murky system" Sept. 23, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in U.S. News & World Report, "U.S. Should Not Worry About Chinese Leaders Meeting With Tech Titans," Sept. 21, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Voice of America, "Cyber Hacking Looms Over Xi’s US Visit," Sept. 18, 2015

Prof. Susan Fortney, Law360, "Why Attorney Discipline May Shift To Preventing Bad Behavior," Sept. 16, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in Huffington Post, "14 Years After 9/11 - Are We Safer?" Sept. 16, 2015

Prof. Irene Calboli, Prof. Peter Yu; Op-ed in Time, "What the U.S. Can Learn From Champagne, Feta and Gouda," ​Sept. 14, 2015

Prof. Gabriel Eckstein, Law360, "Texas Water Access Fight Opens Door For Major Policy Shift," Sept. 11, 2015

William Brynes, Irene Calboli, Susan Fortney, Nuno Garoupa, Bill Henning, Charlotte Ku, Glynn Lunney, Angela Morrison, Srividhya Ragavan, Saurabh Vishnubhakat, and Peter Yu; Texas Lawyer, "Newsmakers: Week of September 14," Sept. 11, 2015

Prof. H. Brian Holland, Op-ed in The Boston Herald, "Holland: NFL victim of Goodell’s arrogance," Sept. 9, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, KURV 710 NewsTalk Radio, Interview regarding Kim Davis and religious liberty issues, Sept. ​​4, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, The ​Battalion, "Rowan County clerk released from jail, A&M law professor, students weigh in on Judge Bunning’s decision," Sept. ​3, 2015

Prof. Milan Markovic, letter to the editor in The New York Times, "A Law Degree Is No Job Guarantee," Sept. 2, 2015

Prof. H. Brian Holland, Op-ed in Newsweek, "Deflategate: Does the NFL Commissioner Enjoy Absolute Power?" Aug. 20, 2015

Prof. William Byrnes, Insurance News Net, "Has The Time Come For Short-Term Care Insurance?" Aug. ​​19, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio Network (ABC ​Radio), "Critics warn Egypt's new counter-terrorism laws roll back freedoms and crush dissent," Aug.17, 2015

Prof. William Byrnes, USA Today, "Retirement: Pros and cons of fixed-index annuities," Aug. 14, 2015

Prof. Irene Calboli, Prof. Srividhya Ragavan, Prof. Peter Yu; The Hindu, "Explaining the intellectual" literary review of Diversity in Intellectual Property - Identities, Interests, and Intersections, edited by Irene Calboli and Srividhya Ragavan, Aug. 8, 2015

Prof. Michael Z. Green, Texas Standard public radio show and KUT-FM (Austin), "Why Some Women Are Staying Away From Uber And Lyft," Aug. 3, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, GBTimes, "Taylor Swift looking to conquer China’s counterfeit problem," July 31, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in Time, "Taylor Swift Is Trying To Shake Off the Counterfeit Problem in China," July 28, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, China Daily, "Taylor Swift partners with JD.com and Alibaba," July 23, 2015

Prof. & Assoc. Dean Huyen Pham, A Minute with Mitch - CBS DFW Radio, “Texas A&M Law Professor Huyen Pham talks about 'Sanctuary Cities' in Texas and the United States,” July 14, 2015

Prof. & Assoc. Dean Huyen Pham, National Journal, “Why It's Difficult to Crack Down on 'Sanctuary Cities',” July 13, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, Texas Tribune, “Holdouts on Gay Marriage Could Face Lawsuits,” July 10, 2015

Prof. Gina Warren, CityLab, MSN News; “Weed Growers Are a Drag on Denver's Energy Supply;” July 6, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, Texas Tribune, “Lawyers Prep to Defend Opponents of Same-Sex Marriage,” July 5, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, Reuters, "Texas county will issue same-sex marriage licenses, reversing earlier stance,” July 1, 2015

​Prof. Meg Penrose, Manilla Bulletin, “Anthony Kennedy: One justice makes big difference in US gay marriage ruling,” July 1, 2015

Prof. Gina Warren, Yale Climate Connections, “Grass Isn't Green (Yet),” June 30, 2015

Prof. William Byrnes, NearShoreAmericas.com, "Costa Rica’s ‘Wet Noodle’ Regulations Perpetuate Call Center Scams," June 29, 2015

Prof. Meg Penrose, USA Today, “Same-sex marriage ruling faces religious rights battle in Texas,” June 29, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in Houston Chronicle, "Is that Chinese hacker a spy? or an industrial saboteur?," June 29, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Al Jazeera, “Comments on Morsi Death Sentence,” June 17, 2015

Dean Andrew Morriss, Op-ed in Kluwer International Tax Blog, “’Seeing Like a Taxman’ A BEPS Commentary by Guest Blogger Dr. Andrew Morriss,” June 22, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in Fort Worth Star-Telegram, “Other Voices: Confronting myths, racial violence,” June 22, 2015

Prof. Peter Yu, Op-ed in The Conversation, "What Apple’s new music streaming service will mean for underpaid songwriters," June 17, 2015

Dean Andrew Morriss, The Oklahoma Legal Group Blog, “The Law Deans: Andrew P. Morriss, Texas A&M University School of Law,” June 16, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Australian Broadcasting Corp. News, “Hosni Mubarak to stand trial again, interior minister acquitted as Baher, Fahmy await verdict,” June 5, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, New Internationalist, “A political verdict,” May 27, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, The New York Times, “Egyptian Court Sentences Ousted President Morsi to Death,” May 19, 2015

Prof. Frank Snyder, Op-ed in Dallas Morning News, “Frank Snyder: Wrong wording in pot bill might result in the bad prescription,” May 18, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, BFM (Malaysia) podcast, “Egypt's Judiciary - Repressing a Revolution,” May 15, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Op-ed in World Politics Review, “Morsi Sentence Latest Sign of Politicized Justice in Egypt,” May 12, 2015

Prof. Megan Carpenter, This Week in Law on This Week in Tech, “First Rule of Live Stream Club,” May 8, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, paper referenced in Christian Science Monitor article “Why Egypt's conservative judiciary doesn't always do Sisi's bidding,” May 8, 2015

Dean Andrew Morriss, Penn Program on Regulation Reg Blog, “Is OSHA Burying Its Head in the Sand with Proposed Silica Rule?” May 5, 2015

Prof. Sahar Aziz, Dallas Morning News, “Dallas-area Muslim leaders denounce violence at Garland cartoon exhibit,” May 4, 2015