William Mitchell faculty in the News

William Mitchell faculty frequently share their practical wisdom with the public. Here’s a look at some of the faculty who were quoted  in the news, Sept. 2013.

Dean Eric Janus was quoted in a Politics in Minnesota story about settlement negotiations in a suit involving Minnesota’s sex offender program and a Star Tribune story about the release of two people who were in the program.

Read the Politics in Minnesota article and the Star Tribune article.

Dean Janus was also quoted in a Star Tribune article about declining law school enrollments.

Read the Star Tribune article.

Professor John Sonsteng was quoted in a Star Tribune article on the Expert Witness Training Academy Mitchell has hosted the past three years.

Read the Star Tribune article.

Professor Donna Byrne answered MinnPost’s “Five More Questions” about the Pohlad family’s dispute with the IRS.

Read the article at MinnPost.com.

Professor Ken Port was quoted in a Newsday article on the importance of businesses protecting their trademarks.

Read the Newsday article.

Professor Peter Erlinder was part of a panel of experts who offered opinions about identity theft and privacy to CardHub, a credit card information website.

Read the story at CardHub.com.

Iris Freeman, associate director of Mitchell’s Center for Elder Justice and Policy, was quoted in the Forest Lake Times on the need for more public awareness of elder abuse.

Read the Times story.

Professor Dan Kleinberger was interviewed for a WCCO-TV story about the Vikings stadium lease and the team’s owners’ finances.

Read or watch the WCCO-TV story.

Professor Ann Juergens wrote a story for MinnPost about Rosalie Wahl’s tremendous impact on legal education.

Read the MinnPost article.