Adam White on the Mueller Report

Adam White, Assistant Professor and Executive Director, The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State

For nearly two years, President Trump’s critics placed immense weight on Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation of allegations that Candidate Trump colluded with Russia before the 2016 election, and that President Trump obstructed justice after his 2017 inauguration.

www.commentarymagazine.com, March 26

“The lack of findings of actual president guilt after such an exhaustive investigation cannot simply be brushed aside”

www.politico.com, March 26

“Throughout the Mueller investigation, the President’s critics preemptively criticized any effort by the President or his appointees to undermine Justice Department norms and rules in order to advance the President’s political fortunes.”

medium.com, March 26

Jamil Jaffer Discusses the Struggles of Social Media Platforms to Control Content and Prevent Violence from being Livestreamed

Jamil N. Jaffer, Founder & Executive Director, National Security Institute; Director, National Security Law & Policy Program

Jamil Jaffer, IronNet Cybersecurity vice president, and Bloomberg’s Gerrit De Vynck discuss the struggles of social media platforms to control content and prevent violence from being livestreamed. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

www.bloomberg.com, March 18

Jane Bambauer, Director of Scalia Law’s Program on Economics & Privacy, Testifies Today Before the US Senate Judiciary Committee

Jane Yakowitz Bambauer, Director of Scalia Law’s Program on Economics & Privacy

Jane Bambauer, Director of Scalia Law’s Program on Economics & Privacy, testifies today before the US Senate Judiciary Committee. The Committee hearing is examining the California Consumer Privacy Act and The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.

pep.gmu.edu, March 12

Professor Francis H. Buckley comments on the SNC-Lavalin Scandal

Francis H. Buckley, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law

Canadians may have a reputation for saying sorry, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is refusing to do so for his role in the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

The prime minister’s speech was longer than 10 minutes, but there was one glaring omission.

“Conspicuously, there was no apology,” said Frank Buckley, a founding professor of law at George Mason University

sports.yahoo.com, March 8