Faculty in the News 2009
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MMD Newswire
Tonya Evans, radio appearance announced on 12/31/09
Writers Toss Millions Away When They Sign Bad Book Contracts

WHYY.org
Jules Epstein, provided expert commentary on 12/30/09
Death penalty means emotional journey for victims' families

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion piece on 12/23/09
Separation of Santa and state is smart, fair

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 12/22/09
Bankruptcy lawyers break $1,000 an hour

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Epstein, quoted on 12/21/09
Despite years of problems, few changes in courts

WDEL 1150 AM
Jules Epstein, interviewed on 12/18/09
Discussed the challenges of bringing a criminal case against a pediatrician accused of rape (no link available)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 12/18/09
Delaware crime: Previous concerns led police to doctor

The New York Times
James May, quoted on 12/17/09
Courts May Beat Congress, U.N. to Punch on Greenhouse Gases

Reuters India
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 12/17/09
Trial leaves eBay, Craigslist with plenty to regret

WDEL 1150 AM
Thomas Reed, interviewed on 12/16/09
Discussed the legal fallout of moving Gitmo detainees to Illinois (no link available)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 12/13/09
Inmates decry taunts, hostility

Law.com
LeaNora Ruffin, quoted on 12/11/09
Legal Training Looks at New Directions in Response to Recession

The National Jurist
Verne Smith and Robyn Meadows, 12/09/09
Widener Law joins national 'Climate Challenge'

WDEL 1150 AM
James May, interviewed on 12/09/09
Discussed arguments in the U.S. District Court case between the state of Delaware and the Army Corps of Engineers over Delaware River dredging (no link available)

WDEL 1150 AM
Erin Daly, interviewed on 12/09/09
Spoke on U.S. Supreme Court case involving the religious rights of public law students during the afternoon drive time (no link available)

The Delaware County Daily Times
Nathaniel Nichols, quoted on 12/07/09
Archive sheds light on civil rights

WDEL 1150 AM
Kenneth Kristl, interviewed on 12/02/09
Discussed trip he took to the U.S. Supreme Court with his students and commented on beachfront property case for which they heard arguments (no link available)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 12/02/09
Delaware law: City weighs anti-loitering plan

The Destin Log
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 12/01/09
BEACH RESTORATION IN THE BALANCE: Supreme Court justices wade into local quagmire

Austin American-Statesman
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 12/01/09
Justices to look at beach protection

Kansas City Star
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 11/30/09
U.S. Supreme Court digs into Florida beach case

LawFuel
Micah Yarbrough, quoted on 11/30/09
Uniform Bar Exam Moves Closer

McClatchy.com
Banjamin Barros, quoted on 11/29/09
U.S. Supreme Court digs into Florida beach case

The Community News
Verne Smith, quoted on 11/27/09
Widener Law goes green

EcoSalon
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 11/25/09
Supreme Court Will Rule on Florida Shoreline Protection Program

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Epstein, quoted on 11/25/09
Little chance of execution for cop killer

ABA Journal
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 11/24/09
Was Court Decision on Beachfront Rights a Taking? High Court to Decide

Wall Street Journal Law Blog
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 11/24/09
Talkin’ Takings, Part II: The Florida Beach Case

The Washington Post
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 11/24/09
Landowners on Florida beaches fighting to be sand owners, too

ABA Journal
Micah Yarbrough, quoted on 11/23/09
Several States Move Closer to National Bar Exam

The News Journal
John Gedid, quoted on 11/22/09
Dual roles of judges a source of tension for Social Security disability benefits

USA Today
Micah Yarbrough, quoted on 11/22/09
Uniform bar exam for lawyers gains support

Legal History Blog
Wesley Oliver, quoted on 11/22/09
Oliver on the History of Witness Detention

The Patriot News
Randy Lee, wrote opinion piece on 11/15/09
Why 'To Kill a Mockingbird' matters 50 years later

The Patriot News
Michael Goldberg, quoted on 11/15/09
Firing head of schools Gerald Kohn a priority for Harrisburg Mayor-elect Linda Thompson

1450 WILM-AM
Nicholas Mirkay, interviewed on the John Watson Show on 11/13/09
Professor Mirkay discussed the constitutionality and the effect on tax-exempt status of religious organizations and churches engaging in the political process, specifically the current health care legislation and the gay-marriage initiatives (no link available).


The News Journal
Micah Yarbrough, quoted on 11/12/09
Critics push for national bar exam

The News Journal
Dana Harrington Conner, quoted on 11/12/09
Ruling limits sex offender registry

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion piece on 11/08/09
Do kids belong in prison?

The Patriots News
Veterans Law Clinic, cited on 11/08/09
Documentation, starting early key to getting help

Philly.com
James May, quoted on 11/05/09
Law professor: States likely to win dredging fight

Forbes
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 11/04/09
What If Larry Leaves Sun At The Altar?

Law Week
Ann Conaway, announced as presenter on 11/04/09
Secretary Of State Buescher To Address Colorado Business Lawyers

WDEL 1150 AM
Nicholas Mirkay, interviewed on 11/02/09
Discussed Delaware's status as a tax haven (no link available)

UNPA Campaign News
Andrew Strauss, quoted on 10/30/09
Establishment of a global parliament discussed at international meeting in New York

WDEL 1150 AM
James May, to be interviewed at 3 p.m. on the Rick Jensen Show on 10/28/09
Professor May will discuss the Army Corps of Engineers decision to dredge the Delaware River without first obtaining a permit from the state (listen live at wdel.com)

The National Law Journal
Linda Ammons, quoted on 10/27/09
Law faculties recruited to anti-smoking squads

Pennsylvania Cable Network's "In Session"
John Gedid, interviewed on 10/25/09 (will air again 10/26/09 at 11 a.m.)
Professor Gedid spoke as part of a panel discussion on judicial elections (no link)

The Patriot-News
Randy Lee, quoted on 10/15/09
Stuski sues, seeks expenses refund

CNNMoney.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/14/09
Parsons Investment In Utendahl Fund Could Spell PPIP Profit

The Wall Street Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/14/09
Parsons Investment In Utendahl Fund Could Spell PPIP Profit (subscription necessary)

Philly.com
Mary Ellen Maatman, quoted on 10/14/09
Chester Co. authorities sued for ex-worker's puzzling firing

The Dover Post
Nicholas Mirkay, quoted on 10/06/09
U.S. Supreme Court upholds ruling in Ford tax case

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/01/09
Lewis to step down as BofA's chief

Forward.com
Thaddeus Pope, quoted on 09/30/09
‘Death Panels’ Obscure Real End-of-Life Challenges

Law.com Legal Technology
Richard Herrmann, quoted on 09/30/09
Delaware Home to First Technology Inn of Court

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 09/29/09
Appeal unlikely after court rules again

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 09/29/09
Del. sports betting appeal denied

Sussex Countian

Lawrence Hamermesh, identified as 2009 Gerald E. Kandler Award winner on 09/28/09
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author to speak in Wilmington at ACLU annual dinner

The News Journal
Michael Goldberg, quoted on 09/07/09
Labor unions face reality of evolving work climate

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 09/04/09
Charges that fugitive will face depend on his role in shooting

WDEL 1150AM
Robert Lipkin, interviewed on 09/03/09
Discussed the U.S. Supreme Court and rumors of Justice Stevens possible retirement (no link available)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 09/03/09
Fugitive has violent past, long criminal history

The AM Law Daily
LeaNora Ruffin, quoted on 09/03/09
New NALP Commission to Examine Changes in Recruiting Process

The Daily Times
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 09/01/09
Single-game bets were a risky gambit

Pajamas Media
John Culhane, quoted on 09/01/09
Against Gay Marriage? Come Out of the Closet!

The Patriot-News
John Gedid, quoted on 08/29/09
Pottsville man on a mission to abolish the state Legislature

The New York Times
Anthony Doyle, quoted on 08/28/09
At 58, a Life Story in Need of a Rewrite

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/28/09
Rehearing for sports betting a long shot

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, election to governing council of ABA's Section of Business Law announced on 08/28/09
Business People

Bloomberg.com
Larence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/27/09
EBay Used Craigslist for ‘Data Mining,’ Filing Says

The Associated Press
Juliet Moringiello, quoted on 08/27/09
Tribune could face delay, lawsuit from bondholders

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Nathaniel Nichols, quoted on 08/27/09
Program helps seniors dogged by debt collectors

The New York Times
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 08/26/09
Property Rights Groups Assemble Support in Regulatory Takings Case

1450 WILM-AM Drive Time
Lawrence Hamermesh, interviewed live during the evening drive time on 8/25 and the morning drive time on 8/26.
He discussed the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in the sports betting case (no link available).

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/25/09
Federal court says no to Del. sports betting

USA Today
Michael Goldberg, quoted on 08/23/09
Delaware sports betting fight heads to appeals court

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/20/09
Laster nominated to Chancery Court seat

Central Penn Business Journal
Robert Power and Michael Dimino cited, 08/20/09
“A Wise Latina” Day Luncheon Celebration

Courier Post
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/15/09
Court reviews sports betting

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/06/09
Judge denies NFL request to stop Delaware sports betting

The News Journal
Jules Epstein and Thomas Reed, quoted on 08/03/09
Trial tainted by judicial procedure was 'a perfect storm'

Online Schools
John Culhane, cited on 08/02/09
WordinEdgewise cited among 100 Best Blogs for Law School Students

The Journal News
Jules Epstein, quoted on 07/22/09
New trial in student's 2005 rape, slaying

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 07/22/09
Cooke conviction overturned

The Patriot News
Michael Goldberg, quoted on 07/21/09
Calls grow louder for Pennsylvania state workers to be paid

The News Journal
Dana Harrington Conner, quoted on 07/10/09
Child Victim's Act brought 170 abuse suits

The News Journal
Leonard Sosnov, quoted on 07/07/09
With new law, more criminals would be held without bail

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Stephen Henderson, quoted on 07/06/09
Plenty of cameras monitor 55,000 Lancaster residents

The Deal.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 07/06/09
The sweet science

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote editorial on 07/02/09
Should race matter when rectifying past errors?

The News Journal
Judith Ritter, quoted on 07/02/09
Appeals court overturns resentencing by Judge Sleet

Pennsylvania Cable Network's "In Session"
John Gedid, 06/29/09
Appeared on the program at 11am to discuss the Pennsylvania Constitution (no link available)

WDEL 1150AM
Robert Lipkin, interviewed on 06/26/09
Discussed Supreme Court's decision in the school strip search case (no link available)

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 06/24/09
Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Settle Huntsman Lawsuit

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 06/21/09
In legal circles, all eyes on Court of Chancery

Law at the End of the Day
Serena Williams, cited on 06/20/09
Tenure and the Minority Law Professor in the United States: Teaching Against the Demons

WDEL 1150AM
Jules Epstein, interviewed on 06/18/09
Discussed Supreme Court's decision involving the use of DNA evidence (no link available)

OnPoint
John Dernbach, interviewed on 06/17/09
ELI's Dernbach makes recommendations for U.S. sustainability efforts

Swissinfo.ch
Nicholas Mirkay, quoted on 06/16/09
US must chase disappearing dollars, critics say

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 06/11/09
Executive pay under fire from government

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote editorial on 06/10/09
The reality behind Supreme Court picks

The News Journal
Article on Jurist Academy Program, on 06/10/09
Sydney Howe-Barksdale quoted, Jules Epstein pictured
Future lawyers get taste of life

WDEL 1150AM
Juliet Moringiello, interviewed on 06/09/09
Discussed Supreme Court's halting of the Chrysler sale on evening broadcast (no link available)

The News Journal
Stephen Henderson, quoted on 06/07/09
Virtually everywhere you go ... They're watching

WHYY News and Information
John Culhane, interviewed on 06/05/09
Family sues over genetic defect (includes audio)

The News Journal
Dana Harrington Connor, quoted on 06/05/09
Court: Child sex offenders can have records cleared

The News Journal
Juliet Moringiello, quoted on 06/02/09
State's economy will feel shock, but decline has been ongoing

The Philadelphia Daily News
Thomas Reed, Veterans Law Clinic cited on 06/02/09
Vets, beyond Memorial Day

USA Today
Juliet Moringiello, quoted on 06/01/09
How will GM's bankruptcy affect economy?

WDEL 1150AM
Juliet Moringiello, interviewed on 06/01/09
Provided expert commentary on the GM bankruptcy situation (no link available)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Michael Goldberg, wrote editorial on 05/28/09
The way to save card check

WHYY News Radio
Lawrence Hamermesh, interviewed on 05/27/09
Vioxx lawsuit continues

WDEL 1150AM
Thomas Reed, interviewed on 05/26/09
Widener prof weighs in on Braden case

Legal Commentary on Proposition 8 and the Right to Marry
John Culhane, quoted on 05/25/09
Reflecting on The Way to Win Marriage Rights from the Perspective of Roe v. Wade

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/24/09
Proposals target Del. after fall of Wall St.

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 05/21/09
Nominees for federal bench named

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 05/20/09
DSU murder charges tossed out

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/20/09
Atmel Defeats Court Challenge to ‘Poison-Pill’ Takeover Defense

Legal Commentary on Proposition 8 and the Right to Marry
John Culhane, quoted on 05/19/09
Prop 8 Decision to Come Down Tomorrow? Here’s What to Look For.

Pennsylvania Cable Network
Wesley Oliver, interviewed on 05/19/09
Discussed judicial elections live during the evening broadcast (no link available)

The Patriot News
Randy Lee, quoted on 05/17/09
Winners of local elections hit home

The Delaware Business Ledger
David Hodas, cited on 05/15/09
Energy efficiency bill introduced

All American Patriots
David Hodas, cited on 05/15/09
Delaware Announces Energy Efficiency Legislation to Save Families and Businesses Money, Spur Economic Opportunity

New York Magazine
Alan Garfield, quoted on 05/14/09
When Does a Nondisclosure Agreement Cross the Line?

The Patriot News
Randy Lee, wrote editorial on 05/14/09
Voters need to realize importance of electing judges

Corporate Counsel Weekly
Lawrence Hamermesh, interviewed on 05/13/09
Delaware Enacts Amendments to Corporation Law Concerning Proxy Access, Indemnification of Directors, and Other Matters

The Delaware County Daily Times
Thomas Reed, cited on 05/13/09
Veterans come together for annual summit

The Patriots News
John Dernbach, cited on 05/10/09
Phils among top investors in nature

WHYY's Delaware Tonight
James May, interviewed on 05/08/09 (click on Friday, May 8th to launch the broadcast)
Professor May discussed the U.S. Supreme Court

The Legal Intelligencer
Jules Epstein, wrote Op-Ed piece on 05/08/09
On post-conviction relief petitions (No link available; See page 7 of the 5/8 edition)

WHYY's Delaware Tonight
Friday, May 8 - Law Professor James R. May will appear on Delaware Tonight for the Friday Forum segment. He will discuss the U.S.
Supreme Court.

WHYY's Delaware Tonight
Matt Hirsch, interviewed on 05/07/09 (Professor Hirsch comes in at about the 11 minute mark)
Discusses federal identity-theft laws to go after illegal immigrants who use false social security numbers

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote editorial on 05/07/09
Foul language and free speech

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Epstein, quoted on 05/06/09
Weldon probe may be over, & without indictment

Veterans Today
Thomas Reed, announced as a panelist on 05/05/09
Congressman Joe Sestak Hosts PA 7th Congressional District Veterans Summit

WITF
Robert Power, interviewed on 05/05/09
Law prof says Schuylkill trial blog is rarity

The Cape Gazette
Ken Kristl, quoted on 05/04/09
Amendment proposed for Dewey height bill

The News Journal
Laura Ray, quoted on 05/02/09
Deep scrutiny of nominees credited to Souter's 'shift'

WHYY's Delaware Tonight
James May, interviewed on 05/01/09 (click on Friday, May 1st to launch the broadcast. Professor May comes in at about the 5 minute mark)
Professor May discusses Justice Souter's Retirement Announcement

WHP-TV CBS
G. Randy Lee, interviewed on 05/01/09
Professor Lee spoke on the 6pm broadcast about Justice Souter's retirement as well as WHP-AM's afternoon broadcast (no link available)

1290 The Ticket
Robert Lipkin, interviewed on 05/01/09
Another challenge for President Obama
Note: Professor Lipkin also spoke Justice Souter's retirement on WDEL-AM live at 12:40 pm and WILM-Am during the afternoon segment.

The Wall Street Journal
Benjamin Barros, quoted on 04/30/09
There Goes the Neighborhood: A Fight Over Defining 'Blight'

WJZ.COM's Maryland Wire
Jules Epstein, quoted on 04/30/09
Former Del. finance official to be re-sentenced

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 04/30/09
Lofink's sentence tossed out

WDEL News at Noon
Professor Alan Garfield, interviewed on 4/29/09 (no link available)
Discussed Supreme Court decision about using profanity on TV and radio.

Legal Commentary on Proposition 8 and the Right to Marry
John Culhane, quoted on 04/28/09
Legal scholars speaking at this week's Equality Forum 2009

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Michael Hussey, quoted on 04/26/09
Charity Giants

The York Daily Record
Robert Power, quoted on 04/26/09
County's public 911 response logs not useful

The News Journal
Juliet Moringiellio, quoted on 04/24/09
Facebook users debate rights

The Legal Intelligencer
Leonard Sosnov, cited on 04/24/09
Judge Denies Injunction to Law Professors but Seems to Back Some Claims in Defamation Suit

KU News
John Culhane, quoted on 04/23/09
KU law school’s medical-legal partnership tapped as example to follow

Philly.com
James May, cited on 04/21/09
Sea Change: Showing tonight

WHP-TV (CBS 21)
Wesley Oliver, quoted on 04/20/09
Students Discuss Interrogation Tactics

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 04/16/09
First Ladies of Law

Chronicle of Higher Education News Blog
Leonard Sosnov, cited on 04/16/09
Law Professors Sue Publisher Over 'Sham' Book Supplement

The Legal Intelligencer
Leonard Sosnov, cited on 04/16/09
Law Professors Seek Injunction Over 'Sham' Treatise Supplement

Metaprinter
John Dernbach, quoted on 04/15/09
John C. Dernbach, Law Professor and Distinguished Author on Sustainable Development to Keynote Green Media Conference

The News Journal
Thaddeus Pope, quoted on 04/14/09
Annual campaign touts importance of living wills

WDEL Afternoon News
Professor Tom Reed, interviewed on 4/14/09 (no link available)
Discussed Obama Justice Department defending Bush administration policies on the war on terror

Fox 43
Wesley Oliver, quoted on 4/13/09 during the 10 o’clock broadcast
Bones In Basement

The News Journal
LeaNora Ruffin, quoted on 04/12/09
Law jobs dry up as firms sit tight

Community News
Geoff Moulton, quoted on 04/10/09
Widener Law prof tapped to be Kaufman's chief counsel

WHYY's Delaware Tonight, Television Appearance
James May, interviewed on 04/09/09 (note: link may expire)
Professor May gave the Legal Lesson Segment (Click on Thursday, April 9th link too launch, Prof. May comes in at 13 min.)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 04/09/09
Convicted killer appeals death sentence

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, quoted on 04/09/09
Court decisions could silence professors

News Blaze
Thomas Reed, cited on 04/09/09
Congressman Joe Sestak and P.I.T Announce Scholarship for Returning Veterans

UDaily
Robert Hayman, cited as co-author on 04/06/09
Book views legal milestones for racial equity in education

WHYY's Delaware Tonight, Television Appearance
James May, interviewed on 04/02/09 (note: link may expire)
Professor May gave the Legal Lesson Segment

WDEL-AM News Radio
James May, guest on 04/02/09
Professor Jim May discussed the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Entergy v. Riverkeeper. (no audio available)

The Philadelphia Inqurier
James May, quoted on 04/02/09
Court: Power plants can weigh cost in saving fish

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Patrick Kelly, quoted on 04/01/09
Obama’s aunt a focus in immigration debate

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 04/01/09
Jury awards inmate $40,000 in attack by prison guard

Philly.com
Patrick Kelly, quoted on 03/31/09
Obama's aunt becomes symbol in immigration debate

WHP-TV
Wesley Oliver, gave expert advice during the 11 p.m. news on 03/30/09 and the morning news on 03/31/09
"Sexting:" Is it protected under the First Amendment?

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, announced as guest speaker on 03/27/09
The Picture Over the Mantle: Who is that Delawarean?

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 03/25/09
Farming at refuge was illegal, judge rules

The ABA Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 03/24/09
Why WolfBlock Didn’t Merge to Survive

WDEL-AM News Radio
Wesley Oliver, live guest on 03/24/09
Associate Law Professor Oliver provided expert commentary about a case on a strip-search of an Arizona teen. (no audio available)

WHP-TV
Wesley Oliver, featured in a segment during the 11 p.m. news on 03/23/09
Associate Law Professor Wesley Oliver was featured in a segment on pedophilia laws. (no link available)

Common Dreams.org
Ken Kristl, cited on 03/24/09
Lawsuit Ends Genetically Engineered Crops on Wildlife Refuge

The BLT: The Blog of the Legal Times
Geoff Moulton, quoted on 03/24/09
Delaware Law Professor Moves to the Hill

The News Journal
Michael Goldberg, quoted on 03/22/09
Business, labor battle over 'card check'

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 03/20/09
Taxes called threat to economic development

WHYY's Delaware Tonight, Television Appearance
Thomas Reed, interviewed on 03/19/09 (note: link may expire)
Professor Reed gave the Legal Lesson Segment

WHYY Radio's All Things Considered
Jean Eggen, interviewed on 03/17/09
Professor Eggen discussed lawsuits involving Astrazeneca anti-psychotic drug Seroquel (no link available)

Radio Suisse Romande and Schweizer Radio DRS
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 03/17/09 (comes in around 3:24)
Professor Hamermesh quoted in two international radio stories

Secondhand Smoke Blog
Thaddeus Pope, his Medical Futility blog cited on 03/17/09
Defeat for Futile Care in New Jersey

The Patriot News
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons and Tonya Evans-Walls, quoted on 03/17/09
Widener tackles diversity in sports

The News Journal
David Hodas, quoted on 03/15/09
Codes cost billions in wasted energy

The Patriot News
John Dernbach, wrote editorial on 03/15/09
A sustainable America is achievable in our lifetime

Times Leader
Michael Dimino Sr., cited on 03/11/09
Profs: Politics influence judges

The News Journal
Stephen Henderson, quoted on 03/11/09
Police employ 'I spy' method

Reuters DealZone
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 03/10/09
Dow vs. Rohm: First Round Knockout?

The Patriot News
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/10/09
Climate fight could create jobs

The Patriot News
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/09/09
New energy bill could create thousands of jobs, state official says

The Patriot News
John Dernbach, wrote OP-ED on 03/08/09
Why sustainability matters to America

The Evening Sun
Jules Epstein, quoted on 03/07/09
Hanover police mull judicial review

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, cited on 03/03/09
DuPont's Tom Sager: True Champion Of Diversity

The Philadelphia Inquirer
John Culhane, quoted on 03/01/09
Exploring abandoned industrial hulks

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Geoff Moulton, quoted on 03/01/09
U.S. probe reported of fund-raiser at Magid's

WHYY's Delaware Tonight, Television Appearance
Nathaniel Nichols, interviewed on 02/26/09 (note: link may expire)
Professor Nichols gave the Legal Lesson Segment

The Legal Intelligencer
Jules Epstein, wrote OP-ED piece on 02/25/09
It's Not All "CSI": Report Raises Forensic Evidence Questions

The News Journal
Lawrence Connell, quoted on 02/25/09
Partners in crime may now serve less time

WITF's Smart Talk Radio
Starla Williams, interviewed on 02/23/09
TOPIC: The Future of Affirmative Action

Patriot-News
John Capowski, wrote OP-ED on 02/20/09
Nation could use dose of meritocracy

WDEL News Radio
Paul Regan, quoted on 02/16/09 (audio available)
Widener hosts Chinese law profs, judge

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Geoff Moulton, cited on 02/15/09
Editorial: U.S. Attorneys

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 02/15/09
Markell looks to 'green is gold' future

SCOTUSblog
Laura Ray, quoted on 02/14/09
Academic Round-Up

Legal Commentary on Proposition 8
John Culhane, cited on 02/13/09
Cal Law Legal Pad: We're Surprised No One Made This Prop 8 Ad 4 Months Ago

The News Journal
Geoff Moulton, quoted on 02/12/09
Del. court upholds offender registry

New York Times Dealbook Blog
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 02/09/09
Dow Imperiled by Its Deal for Rohm & Haas

The Zeitgeist is Changing
John Dernbach, wrote guest entry on 02/07/09
Sustainable America - A Strategy for Moving Forward

The News Journal
Dana Harrington Conner, quoted on 02/06/09
Del. court overturns ruling on custody

WHYY's Delaware Tonight, Television Appearance
Lawrence Hamermesh, interviewed on 02/05/09 (note: link may expire)
Professor Hamermesh gave the Legal Lesson Segment

TradingMarkets.com
Michael Dimino, quoted on 02/05/09
Briefs filed on behalf of Massey

The Delaware County Daily Times
Wesley Oliver, quoted on 02/05/09
New bill would allow use of audio Tasers

Pennlive.com
John Gedid, announced as chair of the Resolution Committee, 02/04/09
Dauphin County court study being led by Widener dean

ImmigrationProf Blog
Jill Family, quoted on 02/03/09
New Immigration Publications

The Delaware Business Ledger
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 02/02/09
Visiting scholar at Widener Law

Legal Theory Blog
John Culhane, quoted on 02/02/09
Culhane on Public Health & Same-Sex Marriage

Mafia Today
John Gedid, quoted on 02/02/09
DeNaples case stalled in top state court

Immigration Review
Jill Family, quoted on 01/30/09
Widener Law Professor Says Immigration Waivers Excessive, We Say Such Chaos Must Surely Ripen Into Corruption

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 01/30/09
Wall Street Bonuses May Go Way of Dodo Amid Bailouts

Newsday.com Spin Cycle
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 01/29/09
Wall Street Bonuses: Get them back? Maybe

The News Journal
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 01/29/09
Widener Law alumnus gives school $1.2 million

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 01/29/09
Widener Law alumnus gives school $1.2 million

Legal Theory Blog
Laura Ray, quoted on 01/29/09
Ray on Rutledge and Stevens, JJ.

Legal Theory Blog
Jill Family, quoted on 01/28/09
Family on Immigration Adjudication

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 01/26/09
Rohm & Haas Sues Dow Chemical Over $15 Billion Merger

Environmental News Network
John Dernbach, book cited on 01/26/09
Expert Authors Lay Out Sustainability Action Plan for the New Administration in "Agenda for a Sustainable America"

PointofLaw.com
Christopher Robinette, cited on 01/26/09
Prosser's Torts notebook

The Delaware Business Ledger
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 01/22/09
Widener Law gets $1.2 million gift

Legal History Blog
Christopher Robinette, quoted on 01/22/09
A Student's View of Prosser's Torts, 1938-39

The News Journal
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 01/21/09
Native son at Del.-Pa. ball

The News Journal
Associate Provost and Dean of the Law School, Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 01/21/09
Friends of the VP are VIPs at ball

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 01/21/09
Man wins $2.9 million in Home Depot injury case

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 01/20/09
Slim’s Loan Gives New York Times ‘Breathing Room’

Law and Politics Book Review
Michael Dimino, wrote book review on 01/12/09
Bush v. Gore: Exposing the Hidden Crisis in American Democracy

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