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The Washington Post

September 22, 2020

U.N. resolutions may seem like cheap talk. But they might actually work.

Matthew Hauenstein is a postdoctoral research associate at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame. Madhav Joshi is an associate research professor and associate director of the Peace Accords Matrix at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

The Wall Street Journal

September 22, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and American Business

Previously, Amy Coney Barrett was a law professor at Notre Dame.

Associated Press

September 22, 2020

Top contenders for Ginsburg’s seat on Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett worked briefly as a lawyer in private practice in Washington, D.C., before returning to the University of Notre Dame Law School, her alma mater, to become a professor in 2002.

CNN

September 21, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett, a proven conservative on Trump's Supreme Court short list

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate judge and Notre Dame law professor, is a proven conservative with a compelling personal story who has long been atop President Donald Trump's Supreme Court short list.

America

September 21, 2020

Why do Catholics make up a majority of the Supreme Court?

Richard Garnett, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame, told NPR in 2010 that the real division in the country is not between Catholics and Protestants, but is “more the kind of religious versus secular divide.”

The Wall Street Journal

September 21, 2020

Five Women Trump Is Considering for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court Seat

A graduate of Notre Dame Law School, Judge Barrett clerked from 1998 to 1999 for Justice Antonin Scalia, then practiced law at a Washington, D.C., law firm before returning in 2002 to Notre Dame as a professor of constitutional law and federal courts.

Associated Press

September 21, 2020

Ginsburg’s death puts Roe v. Wade on the ballot in November

Among the favorites of many in the anti-abortion movement is Amy Coney Barrett, a devout Roman Catholic who taught law at the University of Notre Dame before taking a seat three years ago on a federal appeals court. 

NPR

September 21, 2020

Washington Politics Could Be About To Enter A 'Post-Apocalyptic' Phase

Amy Coney Barrett, the 48-year-old University of Notre Dame law professor and staunch Catholic was a finalist for the seat Brett Kavanaugh ultimately filled.

Associated Press

September 21, 2020

Graham: GOP has votes to confirm Trump court pick by Nov. 3

Before joining the 7th Circuit, Amy Coney Barrett had made her mark in law primarily as an academic at the University of Notre Dame, where she received a law degree and later began teaching at age 30

NPR

September 21, 2020

Trump's TikTok Deal: What Just Happened And Why Does It Matter?

But this doesn't really resolve any issues related to security, says Kirsten Martin, professor of technology ethics at the University of Notre Dame.

Our Sunday Visitor

September 21, 2020

Opening the Word: Divine fairness

Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is the director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame.

Associated Press

September 21, 2020

High court front-runner hailed by right, feared by left

Amy Coney Barrett has made her mark in law primarily as an academic at the University of Notre Dame, where she began teaching at age 30. 

MarketWatch

September 21, 2020

5 things to know about Trump’s possible Supreme Court picks — including how Barbara Lagoa could help Trump win Florida

The top two contenders appear to be Barrett, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame tapped by Trump to fill an Indiana seat on the 7th Circuit, and Lagoa, a Miami native and Columbia Law School grad who worked as a pro bono lawyer for Elian Gonzalez’s family in the 2000 international custody battle over the then 5-year-old Cuban boy found floating off the Florida coast.

Business Insider

September 20, 2020

Students are in a lose-lose situation during the pandemic, and Trump is to blame

Rachel Palermo is a J.D. candidate at Notre Dame Law School.

The New York Times

September 20, 2020

To Conservatives, Barrett Has ‘Perfect Combination’ of Attributes for Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett graduated summa cum laude from Notre Dame Law School and joined the faculty in 2002, earning praise from colleagues as an astute scholar and jurist even if they did not always agree on her jurisprudential premises.

The Wall Street Journal

September 20, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett Is Again a Top Contender for Supreme Court Nomination

A Notre Dame Law School graduate, Judge Barrett was a law clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia and then spent three years in private practice before returning to Notre Dame to launch her academic career, where she still teaches.

BBC News

September 20, 2020

US Supreme Court: The top contenders to fill vacancy

Amy Coney Barrett served as a legal scholar at Notre Dame for around 15 years.

The Wall Street Journal

September 20, 2020

Trump’s Potential Supreme Court Candidates for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Seat

A graduate of Notre Dame Law School, Judge Barrett clerked from 1998 to 1999 for Justice Antonin Scalia, then practiced law at a Washington, D.C., law firm before returning in 2002 to Notre Dame as a professor of constitutional law and federal courts.

NPR

September 19, 2020

Trump's Supreme Court Pick Shrouded In Secrecy

For his next Supreme Court vacancy, the president spoke with a number of lawyers, including Amy Coney Barrett, a former Notre Dame law professor who now sits on the federal appeals court for the Seventh Circuit. 

Bloomberg

September 19, 2020

Barrett Has Supreme Court Edge as List Widens to Lagoa, Thapar

Amy Coney Barrett is on the faculty of the University of Notre Dame’s law school, from which she graduated. 

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