Public Writing

I enjoy writing for both academic and public audiences. Below are a selection of some of the op-eds, essays, and blog posts that I’ve produced for public and crossover audiences. Click the screenshots to see them. Please feel free to contact me about writing opportunities.

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Cited in Neal Katyl with Sam Koppleman, Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2019), 40–41.

Noted in Washington Post live updates on impeachment, Oct. 2019.

(also, tweeted by Nancy Pelosi)

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Cited in Kathryn Neubauer, “Unlock Your Phone and Let Me Read All Your Personal Content, Please: The First and Fifth Amendments and Border Searches of Electronic Devices,” Southern California Law Review 92 (July 2019), 1310n247.

Cited in Jayne S. Ressler, “Anonymous Plaintiffs and Sexual Misconduct,” Seton Hall Law Review 50 (no. 4, 2020), 389n180.

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Cited in Stephanie Ricker Schulte, “Fixing Fake News: Self-Regulation and Technological Solutionism,” in Melissa Zimdars, Kembrew McLeod eds., Fake News: Understanding Media and Misinformation in the Digital Age (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2020), 140n1

Cited in Andrew J. Schuyler, “Regulating Facts: A Procedural Framework for Identifying, Excluding, and Deterring the Intentional or Knowing Proliferation of Fake News Online,” Journal of Law, Technology, and Policy (Spring 2019), 215n39.

Cited in Terri R. Day and Danielle Weatherby, “Shackled Speech: How President Trump’s Treatment of the Press and the Citizen-Critic Undermines the Central Meaning of the First Amendment,” Lewis & Clark Law Review 34 (issue 1, 2019), 317n34.

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