In the last few weeks, Professor Matt Fraidin, Director of the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law General Practice Clinic, was published four separate times and interviewed once.
First, he opined on the dissimilarities in transparency between Darren Wilson's grand jury proceedings and the case of a vegan mom improperly feeding her child in the Huffington Post.
Next, in a full-page op-ed in a Sunday edition of the Indianapolis Star, Prof. Fraidin laid out possible reforms for a community rocked by a horrific child abuse story.
And in late December, Prof. Fraidin was called on for a Washington Post column which asked whether the brothers of missing nine-year-old Relisha Rudd deserve to be returned to their mother. This momentum snowballed into a two-part series on the issue, both of which have been widely shared on social media. You can read the pieces here and here.