Faculty in the News - Archive
Tuesday, November 2, 2004Professor Larry GibsonWBAL-TV
- The long lines at polling places on Election Day prompted many to wonder if voter turnout would play a major role in the election. Professor Gibson, who stood in a long line himself to vote, says he had “never seen anything like this turnout.”
Tuesday, November 2, 2004Professors Sherrilyn Ifill & Larry GibsonWBAL-TV
- Professors Ifill & Gibson were both interviewed about the local and national election races.
Monday, November 1, 2004Professor Sherrilyn IfillNational Public Radio, “Tavis Smiley Show”
- African-Americans number 24 out of 240 judges on state supreme courts nationwide. There was the prospect on Election Day that the racial gap could close with the election of African-Americans judicial candidates for high courts in North Carolina and Mississippi. Diversity on the bench will lead to well-rounded court rulings, says Professor Ifill, who is interviewed extensively.
Monday, November 1, 2004Professor Michael GreenbergerMother Jones
-The publication profiles John Lindh, an American captured in Afghanistan fighting for the Taliban, in an article, “John Walker Lindh Revisited: A Second Look at the Case of the American Taliban.” Professor Greenberger is quoted.
Monday, November 1, 2004Professor Thomas PerezDrug Store News
- The U.S. government policy against drug importation was debated by Tom Perez, JD, assistant professor, School of Law; Cynthia Boyle, PharmD, director of the Experiential Learning Program, School of Pharmacy; William Hubbard, senior associate commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration; and Peter Rost, MD, vice president of Pfizer, Inc. David Knapp, PhD, dean, School of Pharmacy, moderated the debate, which was conducted in the ceremonial moot courtroom of the School of Law.
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