Thursday, December 21, 2017

In the News:

  • People to Watch in 2018: Julie Wollman, Widener University – Philadelphia Business Journal (12/20 – Widener president Julie Wollman is named one of the “People to Watch” in 2018 for her innovative leadership pointing to the Common Ground initiative as an example)
  • Delicate Balancing Act – Delaware Lawyer (12/20 – Delaware Law professor Alan Garfield authors a feature article beginning on page 12 that discusses the delicate balance of copyright laws)
  • Myers Receives Leadership Certificate – Town Lively (12/20 – This article features Savannah Myers, Widener undergraduate and nursing major, as one of 49 students who recently received a leadership certificate from the Oskin Leadership Institute. Recipients of the leadership awards are also mentioned in NewsEdge.)

Alumni News:

  • Editorial: He put the ‘just’ in Delco justice – Delaware County Daily Times (12/21 – An editorial piece featured in today’s print edition recaps the career of Delaware Law School graduate Peter P. Tozer, a Magisterial District Judge who is retiring this month)
  • Judge Walsh calls stint on Montgomery County bench ‘amazing’ – The Reporter (12/20 – Story features Widener School of Law graduate Joseph P. Walsh, a Montgomery County Judge who will step down from the bench next month and return to private practice)
  • Testa joins Gunnip & Company – Hockessin Community News (12/20 – Widener School of Law graduate Anthony J. Testa Jr. joins the Wilmington based law firm)

Athletic Update: