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Professor Jill Hasday discussed an Alabama Supreme Court decision holding that frozen embryos count as children for purposes of Alabama’s Wrongful Death of Minor Act. 

Professor Jill Hasday appeared on WCCO Radio’s Adam and Jordana Show to discuss the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court decision to hear former President Trump's immunity claim.

Professor Jill Hasday appeared on National Public Radio’s Planet Money to discuss her book, Intimate Lies and the Law, and the rise and fall of heartbalm torts.

Professor Jill Hasday appeared on WCCO Radio’s Adam and Jordana Show to discuss whether former President Trump is immune from criminal prosecution.

Professor Jill Hasday was quoted on Minnesota Public Radio about the Preventing Pay Discrimination Act that will go into effect on January 1. She told Minnesota Public Radio, "I see this as evidence that this…

Professor Jill Hasday appeared on KSTP-TV.

Professor Jill Hasday was quoted by Virginia Lawyers Weekly about the effects on the recent Supreme Court ruling on 303 Creative LLC et al. v Elenis et al. Professor Hasday commented, “The…

Prof. Jill Hasday was quoted by Minnesota Lawyer on the potential impact of the Supreme Court's decision in 303 Creative LLC et al. v Elenis et al. Prof. Hasday explained, “The boundaries of the…

Professor Jill Hasday was interviewed on MPR about the recent Supreme Court Ruling which stated that a business can discriminate based on sexual orientation under the right to free speech. 

Professor Jill Hasday and Professor Charlotte Garden were quoted in the Star Tribune on how the recent Supreme Court affirmative action decision could impact corporate DEI decisions. Professor…

Professor Jill Hasday appeared on Minnesota Public Radio’s Morning Edition with Phil Picardi to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decisions. “Some people call this the ‘you only live…

Professor Jill Hasday was interviewed by WCCO News about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling released Friday, in a 6-3 majority ruling, that affirmed the rights of a …