Thursday, February 2, 2017

In the News:

  • Delaware Law Dean Rod Smolla was interviewed about the Supreme Court nomination on WDDE-FM, the segment aired on Morning Edition on 2/2. The interview will also air on The Green on Sunday.
  • Experts: Trump’s Supreme Court choice won’t majorly change court decisions – CBS21 (2/2 – Commonwealth Law Professor Michael Dimino provided expert commentary) 
  • What Could Gorsuch Mean for the Supreme Court? – Politico Magazine (2/1 – Delaware Law Professor John Culhane weighs in on the nomination for Supreme Court) 
  • A Law Professor’s Measured Take On Neil Gorsuch And Why Originalism Is Full Of Sh*t – Wonkette (2/1 – A piece by Delaware Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon)
  • In #MuslimBan aftermath, here’s how Delaware universities have spoken out – Technically Delaware (2/1 – Mention of the statement from Widener President Julie E. Wollman and the upcoming discussion with local immigration attorney Elise Fialkowski)
  • Comparison of Nurses’ Self-Reported and Objectively Measured Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge – The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing (2/1 – Darrell Spurlock, an associate professor and scholarship director in the School of Nursing was an author) 
  • Black History Month / 2 Year Budget Planning? – Smart Talk (2/1 – Mention of the event Widener Commonwealth Law School is hosting with Alan Spears, of the National Parks Conservation Association)
  • Is the Public Nuisance Universe Expanding? – Bloomberg BNA (1/31 – Distinguished Emeritus Professor at Delaware Law Jean Eggen was quoted) 
  • Delco Bar Association announces new president – Delaware County Daily Times (1/31 – Robert R. DeLong taught at Widener University’s Legal Education Institute)

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