Law Student Co-Writes George Washington Law Review Article on Interrogating Police Officers

Atticus DeProspo, a rising third-year law student, co-wrote an article in the George Washington Law Review that analyzes protections given to police officers facing disciplinary investigations. The article is co-written by Stephen Rushin, an assistant professor of law at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Professor Rushin specializes in police reform, criminal sentencing, and civil rights.

For more, read “Interrogating Police Officers.”