Featured Media

 

 

The New York Times: The Worrisome Future of Policing Technology

Slate: The Heritage Foundation's Terrible Timing

Gotham Gazette: Pulling the Public into Police Accountability (with Maria Ponomarenko)

The Washington Post: Perspective: We spend $100 billion on policing.  We have no idea what works. 

Philadelphia Inquirer: Commentary: Democratic policing can lead to more accountability

The Atlantic: How Did Justice Scalia Shape American Policing?

 

Interviews, Talks and Podcasts

 

 

The Takeaway, WNYC, June 25, 2018

 

 
 

 
 

 

Conversation on I Hear America Talking with Birtan Collier on WRDV-FM, March 30, 2017

 

 

The Federalist Society, March 15, 2017

Professor Barry Friedman, the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law at New York University School of Law, Professor Orin Kerr the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law at The George Washington University Law School, and John Malcolm, Director and Senior Legal Fellow at the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies for the Heritage Foundation, joined us to discuss Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission

 

 

The Cato Institute, March 14, 2017

A great deal of government surveillance of Americans is done without a warrant. And asserting your right against such surveillance is often virtually impossible. Barry Friedman, author of Unwarranted, comments.

 

 

Public Radio Tulsa, March 14, 2017

Guest Prof. Barry Friedman, the Fuchsberg Professor Law at New York University and the director of the Policing Project joins us to discuss his new book, Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission.  

 

 

NYU Law, March 6, 2017

What if questions of policing are not best addressed by policing agencies or the courts, but by the public? In Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission, Barry Friedman considers how mass surveillance, stop-and-frisk, location tracking, the militarization of the police, and other policing tactics are not just making national news with increasing frequency, but are directly affecting communities and individuals on a day-to-day basis. Friedman draws upon constitutional law expertise to present his case, citing lawsuits from around the country and sharing real-life stories of people who have been influenced by dramatic policing techniques.

During a recent conversation, Friedman, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law and Affiliated Professor of Politics as well as founder and director of the NYU Law Policing Project, discussed his inspiration for the book, inherent challenges in the debate about policing, and how recent events that captured global attention informed his writing process. Read the full article here.

 

 

 

The National Constitution Center, February 21, 2017

Barry Friedman, director of the Policing Project at NYU School of Law and author of the new book "Unwarranted," explores the national conversation around the changing role of police — from neighborhood beat cops to NSA analysts.

Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderated the discussion on February 21, 2017.

 

 
 

Thought Matters, February 9, 2017

Barry Friedman is a leading authority on constitutional law, policing, criminal procedure, and the federal courts, and the founding director of the Policing Project. Ahead of the publication of his new book, Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission, we asked him a series of questions about his motivations for writing the book, policing after Ferguson and Snowden, the role of technology, and policing under Trump.   Read the full article here. 

 

 

Academic Articles

 

 

For a full list of Barry Friedman's Academic publications, visit NYU.edu

 

 

 

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