Thursday, May 29, 2014

In the News:

  • Law Professor Jules Epstein was interviewed on WDEL-AM during the News at Noon broadcast on 5/28 about the U.S. Supreme Court decision involving the death penalty for people with low IQs.
  • Group asks court to intervene on data center – The News Journal (5/28 – Mention of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic at Widener. A similar story also mention Kenneth Kristl, associate professor of law, appeared on Newsworks
  • Austin elected vice president of Pennsylvania Bar Association – The Evening Sun (5/28 – Sara Austin is an adjunct faculty member at School of Law in Harrisburg) 
  • The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Widener’s Exton Campus was featured in the Daily Local News for a lecture it hosted with Dick Vermeil. Vermeil was pictured with  Betty Samuels, assistant director of the OLLI program. No link available see page D3 of the 5/26 edition.

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