William P. Quigley Featured in the New Yorker

William P. Quigley was recently featured a New Yorker article covering the overturned sabotage convictions of Sr. Megan Rice and two fellow peace activists who broke into the Y-12 National Security Complex (TN) in 2012. Quigley, who defended the convicted activists on a pro bono basis, spoke about the federal judiciary's surprising decision to overturn the convictions and the future of peaceful protest cases in the court system. 

Quigley currently serves as Professor of Law and Director of the Law Clinic and the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center at Loyola University New Orleans. Bill teaches in the Law Clinic and teaches courses in Law and Poverty, Social Justice Lawyering, and Catholic Social Teaching and Law.