Elizabeth Porter

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Charles I. Stone Professor of Law
Associate Professor of Law

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Curriculum Vitae | SSRN author page

  • Jan 29, 2018

    Source: Notice & Comment (Yale Journal on Regulation)

    Historically, rulemaking has been defined by dense text and linear analysis. Yet, during the Obama administration, a colorful new visual rulemaking universe emerged—one that splashed rulemaking-related images, GIFs, and videos across social media channels. Agencies, interested stakeholders, and President Obama himself used sophisticated visual tools to develop and engender support for—or opposition to—high-stakes federal rulemakings. (1/29/18)
  • May 25, 2017


    "It's very difficult to resolve a factual dispute without having had any discovery. No depositions have been taken, no evidence has really been admitted,” Porter said. (5/25/17)
  • Mar 14, 2017

    Source: ABC News

    While numerous individuals and states have sued Purdue, this case is different because Everett is getting at the results of addiction, said Elizabeth Porter, associate law professor at the University of Washington. She thinks Everett may have a shot at winning, though it will have to overcome some legal burdens, including showing that diverted OxyContin from rogue doctors and pharmacies was a substantial factor in the city's epidemic. (3/14/17)
  • Jul 13, 2016

    Source: NBC News

    Professor Porter speaks about Ruth Bader Ginsburg's qualities and relevance to the court (1m 10s) as Donald Trump takes umbrage to negative comments by the Justice. (7/13/16)

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