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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Oren Gross, the Irving Younger Professor of Law, is visiting the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (MPIL) this month. Prof. Gross is a…

Professor Oren Gross was interviewed by KARE11 about the implications of the Israel-Gaza conflict. Gross told KARE11 that “the

Professor Oren Gross, the Irving Younger Professor of Law, has recently been appointed a Senior Research Affiliate with the…

Professor Oren Gross, an expert in national security law and international trade law, was quoted in a Star Tribune article looking at the invocation of the Defense Production Act by President Trump in…

Professor Oren Gross spoke with Roshini Rajkumar, host of WCCO Radio's News and Views, analyzing the extension of the declared state of emergency in France. Gross analyzed the broad police powers conferred by…

Professor Oren Gross discussed the French emergency powers put in place in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris with National Public Radio’s Robert Siegel. Gross explained the history of the…

Professor Oren Gross published an op-ed in the Star Tribune in which he stated that shouting down a visiting Israeli professor at the Law School was an affront to basic rights and had an overtly…

Professor Oren Gross appeared on MPR's Morning Edition to discuss a recent decision by the 9th Circuit in a lawsuit brought by three Mali nationals against Cargill, Nestle, and Archer Daniels. In the lawsuit, the…
Professor Oren Gross was a guest on WCCO News Radio's The Chad Hartman Show to discuss drones and the use of drones.
Professor Oren Gross was a guest on WCCO's "News & Views" with Roshini Rajkumar ('97). Gross discussed the agreement between the United States and Russia on the identification and seizure of Syrian chemical…
Professors Oren Gross and Fionnuala Ní Aoláin's book, Guantanamo and Beyond: Exceptional Courts and Military Commissions in Comparative Perspective, has just been published. The book provides a deep policy…
Professor Oren Gross was interviewed by FOX 9 on a possible U.S. attack on Syria. Gross said, "Between Hezbollah and al Qaeda getting control of those chemical weapons, it's damned if you do, damned if you don't."