Loyola Law School faculty members pride themselves on being accessible to the media and part of the public discourse on news of legal significance. Visit Loyola's Summary Judgments faculty blog to read faculty opinions on current legal issues. Highlights of recent media appearances and quotations include:

September 2020

9/1- Yahoo News

"VERY ALARMING": BARR’S ABRUPT REMOVAL OF NATIONAL SECURITY OFFICIAL BEFORE ELECTION SPARKS WORRIES

"Given his past misrepresentations of the Mueller report," added fellow former DOJ prosecutor Justin Levitt, "the American people should look very carefully and very skeptically at absolutely anything Barr announces this year."


9/1- Spectrum News 1

THE ELECTION IS APPROACHING. LAWSUITS ARE PILING UP.

Many legal actions can generally be labeled as either backing the Democrats or the Republicans; the former aim to protect or expand abilities to vote; the latter seek to crack down on perceived voting fraud.

Election scholar Justin Levitt is tracking a number of them here