Thursday, November 19, 2015

In the News:

  • Control deer population with natural predators – The Philadelphia Inquirer (11/18 – Mention of Lee Hall, an adjunct professor of environmental law at the Legal Education Institute at Widener University Delaware Law)
  • H. Albert Young Professor of Constitutional Law John G. Culhane of Delaware Law appeared on the 6 p.m. NBC10 broadcast on 11/18 commenting about the constitutionality of U.S. governors refusing to accept Syrian refugees.
  • Changes to the French constitution to counter terrorism – WDEL-AM (11/18 – Dr. Rebecca Jones, associate professor of political science, provided expert commentary on changes to French law to counter terrorism live on air with Allan Loudell during his noon hour-long show)
  • Start a new holiday tradition, shop small – Bucks Local News (11/18 – Mention of the Widener SBDC)
  • NJ lawmakers seek formula for taxing nonprofit hospitals for profit ventures – WHYY online and on air (11/17 – Professor Christine Allie from Delaware Law provided expert commentary)
  • Kane’s top deputies called before Pa. Senate panel – WHYY Newsworks (11/17 – Robert Davis Jr., adjunct ethics professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, provided expert commentary)
  • The 11/15 print edition of The News Journal included a news item on the partnership agreement signed between Delaware Law School and the University of Delaware English Language Institute to help prepare ESL attorneys for the Pre LLM program at the law school. (No link available)

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