Print and Internet Media

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Examples of the Center appearing in print and internet media include:

  • Commentary in a front-page article in The New York Times regarding a prominent former terrorism prosecutor who has become a critics of prosecuting individuals accused of crimes of terrorism in Article III courts
  • Commentary in USA Today regarding the state of executive clemency in the Obama Administration by Faculty Director Rachel E. Barkow
  • Commentary in The New York Times by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the terrorism prosecutions of Najibullah Zazi, accused of conspiring to detonate explosives in the New York City subway system, and of Faisal Shahzard, the Times Square bomber (specifically, Shahzad's decision to cooperate with authorities and analysis of whether that cooperation would benefit Shahzad)
  • An Associated Press feature story (available on USAToday.com) on former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow's observation and analysis of the Guantanamo military commission proceedings as a volunteer consultant for the international human rights organization Human Rights First
  • Analysis in a New York Times story by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the sentencing exposure faced by Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, and on AOLNews regarding jury deliberations in the case and the effect, if any, the result in the case might have on the legacy of United States Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald
  • Extensive commentary in The Washington Post by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding a federal judge's decision to reject a plea for bail by a top deputy to Bernard Madoff who pleaded guilty and is cooperating with the government's investigation
  • Interviews and comments in The Wall Street Journal, in Time.com, on WPIX Channel 11 news (no longer available online), on WABC Channel 7 news (not available online), in ProPublica, and in an AP wire story (available on MSNBC.com) by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the case against Bernard Madoff, and in Time.com regarding the lead prosecutor on the case
  • Comments in The Washington Post by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding jury selection in the Khalid Sheikh Mohammed trial
  • Comments in a New York Times story by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the significance of the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York in the national legal community
  • Comments in a front page article in The Washington Post by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding extraditions of top-ranking paramilitary commanders to the United States from Colombia
  • Analysis of the Galleon insider trading case by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow in The Wall Street Journal Law Blog, assessing the strength of the evidence in the case, and in a Reuters article
  • Comments in Bloomberg Business Week regarding the Times Square bomber case by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow
  • Analysis by Faculty Director Rachel E. Barkow of the Supreme Court's decision in Boyle v. United States on the Federalist Society's SCOTUScast
  • Comments in an Associated Press wire report (available on Guardian.co.uk) and a Foxnews.com story by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the transfer of detainees from Guantamo Bay, Cuba, to face trial in federal district courts in the United States
  • Extensive commentary in the Waco Tribune-Herald regarding prosecutorial declination in McLennan County, Texas, by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow
  • A National Journal Magazine feature story and slideshow on the case of Abuelhawa v. United States, in which the Center filed an amicus brief in support of the petitioner in the Supreme Court of the United States, including comments by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the case and the scope of the federal narcotics laws
  • An assessment in the Wall Street Journal law blog by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow of the Government’s identification of two Islamic charities as unindicted co-conspirators in a high-profile terrorism prosecution in Texas
  • Comments in the Los Angeles Times by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow in a profile of United States District Judge Jed Rakoff
  • Comments in The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Bloomberg.com in profiles of Neil M. Barofsky '95, the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program
  • Commentary regarding the Arizona anti-immigration law by Senior Fellow Anne Milgram in Bloomberg News and Business Week, and coverage of the Center's amicus brief filed in the case in the Courthouse News Service
  • Comments in The Cleveland Plain Dealer by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding a major public corruption investigation in the Cleveland area.
  • An interview in Corporate Crime Reporter of former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the Center and its inaugural conference, "Regulation By Prosecutors"
  • Discussion of the Center's "Regulation By Prosecutors" confererence in an article regarding the federal corporate monitoring system in Corporate Counsel/Law.com
  • Coverage of a public address on white collar crime delivered by Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, at an event sponsored by the Center, in the Wall Street Journal online, Business Insider, Corporate Crime Reporter, and The New York Observer
  • A call for more transparency in Department of Justice decisionmaking by Faculty Director Rachel E. Barkow in Corporate Counsel/Law.com, in an article regarding asset seizure actions being brought by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement service against companies accused of violating federal immigration laws in their employment practices
  • A comment in an AP wire story (available on the Los Angeles Times website) by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow on the likelihood of criminal indictments being brought relating to various meltdowns in the national economy
  • A comment in Reuters by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the guilty plea of a New York hedge fund manager on charges of defrauding investors out of $150 million
  • Comments in AOL Sphere by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow about the possibility of retrying John Gotti Jr. after a 4th mistrial
  • Comments in Newsday by Faculty Director Rachel E. Barkow regarding the legal standard for a justification defense in the context of a trial of a woman who claimed she drove drunk to avoid an assault, regarding the Nassau County District Attorney's reopening of an investigation into the 1989 murder of a 13-year old girl, regarding a holiday shopping incident at a Walmart during which one store employee was trampled to death by a large number of shoppers entering the store (no longer available online)
  • Analysis in Newsday by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow of Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's decision not to prosecute further Martin Tankleff, and comments regarding a juror's attempt in another case to make contact with a trial witness via Facebook (no longer available online)
  • Analysis in Newsday by Attorney-in-Residence David B. Edwards of a proposed law allowing drug dealers to be charged with manslaughter when those who use their products die (no longer available online)
  • Comments in Dow Jones by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding a possible plea agreement involving Boston Scientific's Guidant Group
  • Comments in Slate.com by scholar-in-residence Erin Murphy regarding the enforcement of an "anti-cruising" law against gay people, despite the fact that the law being enforced was declared unconstitutional over 25 years ago
  • Comments in the Omaha World-Herald News by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the Supreme Court case Pottawattamie v. McGhee, a case in which the Center filed an amicus brief
  • Comments in The Washington Independent by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the legal standard for an entrapment defense and sentencing treatment of cooperating witnesses in the Fort Dix terrorism trial
  • Comments in Voice of America by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding the confinement conditions of a defendant in a terrorism case in New York
  • Comments in The NYU School of Law Magazine by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow regarding whether Guantanamo detainees should be prosecuted in federal courts
  • An appearance by former Executive Director Anthony S. Barkow on the Regional News Network to analyze the acquittal of a former police officer for the alleged homicide of an illegal immigrant (not available online)
  • Stories in the ABA Journal magazine regarding Attorney-in-Residence David B. Edwards' decision to join the Center as part of a public interest fellowship program run by the law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, and about his experience at the Center