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Professor Jill Hasday appeared on WCCO Radio’s Adam and Jordana Show to discuss the constitutional implications of former president Donald Trump's conviction in the New York hush money trial.

Professor Jill Hasday discussed the book she is writing, We the Men: How Forgetting Women’s Struggles for Equality Perpetuates Inequality, in a Minneapolis Star Tribune…

Professor Jill Hasday discussed a new Minnesota law requiring employers to include salaries or salary ranges in job postings. Hasday previously testified in support of this legislation.

Professor Jill Hasday was quoted in a Star Tribune story about income disparities in the workplace. The story detailed how the gender pay gap exists at all income levels, but widens as…

Professor Jill Hasday discussed efforts to limit access to medication abortion using the Comstock Act of 1873 in an editorial in the Star Tribune.

Professor Jill Hasday discussed new legislation that bans Minnesota employers from asking job applicants about their pay history in an article published by Minnesota…

Professor Jill Hasday was quoted in the New York Times about an antiquated but seldom-enforced state law in New York that categorizes adultery as a crime. Professor Hasday said that when…

Professor Jill Hasday testified before the Minnesota Legislature on requiring employers to include pay ranges in job postings. The bill would require an employer with 30 or more employees to include the…

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.