In the Media
- Professor Murray made a guest appearance on The Takeaway to discuss “The Supreme Court's Objectivity is Under Scrutiny” in October 2022
- Professor Murray joined an episode of the podcast A Starting Point with Mark Kassen and Chris Evans to discuss state abortion laws in August 2022
- Along with Lourdes Rivera and Monica Raye Simpson, Professor Murray was featured in a May 2022 episode of Ms. Magazine’s On the Issues with Michele Bratcher Goodwin podcast to discuss “Beyond Roe: The Fight for Our Future.”
- 2021 Appearances
- Professor Murray is quoted in a September 2021 New York Times article on “How the Supreme Court Quietly Undercut Roe v. Wade.”
- Professor Murray appeared on MSNBC in November 2021 to discuss challenges to Texas law SB8.
- Professor Murray wrote a guest essay in December 2021 forThe New York Times titled “The Only Mother on the Court.”
- Professor Murray co-authored a July 2021 opinion piece with Steven Mazie for The Washington Post, on “How the Supreme Court could decimate reproductive rights without overruling Roe.”
- In late July 2021, Professor Murray was a guest on American Voices with Alicia Menendez, to discuss Mississippi’s recent request to the Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade (1973).
- Professor Murray is quoted in a June 2021 article from The 19th on Britney Spears’s loss of reproductive freedom.
- Professor Murray is quoted in a March 2021 Time article, “These Mothers Wanted to Care for Their Kids and Keep Their Jobs. Now They're Suing After Being Fired.”
- 2020 Appearances
- Professor Murray speaks on Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court
- Professor Murray is quoted in the New York Times article “Amid the Outpouring for Ginsburg, a Hint of Backlash,” from September 2020
- Listen to the July 4, 2020, episode of Slate’s Amicus podcast, in which Professor Murray joins host Dahlia Lithwick to discuss June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo (2020).
- Read Professor Murray’s opinion piece in The Washington Post on “the problem with relying on precedent to protect abortion rights” following the Supreme Court’s decision in June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo (2020).
- Watch Professor Murray’s June 2020 appearance on MSNBC discussing the Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County (2020) on workplace protections for LGBTQ workers.
- BWLN Faculty Director Professor Murray was a guest on the Iron Justice podcast in May 2020, where she discussed the issues of gender and race in the law and clerking for Sonia Sotomayor, then a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
- 2019 Appearances
- Professor Murray discusses the legal evolution of marriage in the United States on CBS News in November 2019.
- Watch Professor Murray’s June 2019 testimony during the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on Threats to Reproductive Rights in America.
- 2018 Appearances
- Professor Murray was a guest on an October 2018 episode of Above the Law’s Thinking Like a Lawyer podcast, “Law School Campuses in the Wake of Kavanaugh.”
- Watch Professor Murray’s October 2018 appearance on MSNBC discussing Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing.
- Listen to Professor Murray’s September 2018 guest appearance on Slate’s Amicus podcast, where she and host Dahlia Lithwick discussed Roe v. Wade (1973), precedent, and the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, among other topics.
- Watch Professor Murray’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September 7, 2018, as part of the US Supreme Court confirmation hearing for then-Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the US District Court for the District of Columbia Circuit.
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