Paul M. Collins, Jr. is a leading expert on judicial politics and the law. His research and commentary have appeared in a host of popular media outlets, including CNN, the New York Times, National Law Journal, National Public Radio, San Francisco Chronicle, Time, USA Today, Voice of America, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. He has also contributed to SCOTUSblog, Slate, The Conversation, and the Washington Post.
Collins is available to comment on a variety of topics, including the following:
- Supreme Court decisions and decision making
- The Supreme Court nomination and confirmation process
- Amicus curiae briefs
- Interest group litigation
- Civil rights and liberties
- Lower federal and state court decisions
He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (413) 545-4079.
He can also be reached via Jared Sharpe at the UMass Office of News and Media Relations.
Below, you can find links to some of Collins’ media appearances:
New York Times: Brett Kavanaugh’s Expert Evasions, Learned From Past Masters
New York Times: How Will We Know What a Supreme Court Nominee Really Thinks?
New York Times: Study Finds Questioning of Nominees to Be Useful
Radio-Times (WHYY): What Have we learned about Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan?
Voice of America: Lengthy Legal Battle Looms Over Obama Immigration Order
McCuistion Program: Guns and the Second Amendment