Friday, February 12, 2016

In the News:

  • Local colleges continue to salute Black History Month – Delaware County Daily Times (2/12 – No link available; See page 7 for information about the Feb. 27 book-signing event by PMC alumnus Louis Horner)
  • Pennsylvania treasurer race may hold key in budget standoff – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (2/12 – Commonwealth Law Professor Michael Dimino provided expert commentary)
  • In Pa., church property subject to historic designation – The Philadelphia Inquirer (2/12 – Commentary by Law Professor Emeritus John Nivala)
  • Delaware Law School to host business ethics discussion – The News Journal (2/11)
  • Around Town – Triboro Banner (2/11 – Mention of a student named to the dean’s list at Delaware Law)  
  • Widener University Announces Winners of Fifth Annual High School Leadership Awards – Gloucester City News (2/11)
  • Del. Justices Urged To Revive GM Shareholders’ Ignition Suit – Law 360 (2/10 – Story on the Delaware Supreme Court’s visit to Delaware Law, where the court heard an appeal in a shareholder lawsuit involving faulty General Motors ignition switches. Paul Regan, associate professor of law, was also quoted in a similar story on Thomson Reuters Legal Solutions blog)

News Releases:

Events Today:

  • Town Hall; 3 p.m.; Delaware Law School, Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom (Videoconferenced to the Main Campus in Alumni Auditorium and Commonwealth Law in Room 180)
  • Valentine’s Making for children in Chester; 5 p.m.; University Center, Pride Café