Monday, February 22, 2016

Coming Up:

  • Today: Law Professor John Culhane will be interviewed on The American Law Journal at 7 p.m. on WFMZ-TV, a Philadelphia CNN news affiliate. The topic of the show will be “In Utero/Prenatal Injury: The Latest in Product Liability.”

In the News:

  • Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon appeared on Issues & Ideas Radio with host Chris DeBello during the morning broadcast on 2/21 discussing her research into natural born citizenship. It aired on six New Jersey radio stations including WHCY-FM, WOLD-FM, WSUS-FM, WNNJ-FM, and WXMC-AM.
  • Delaware lawyers raise questions about Stingray – The News Journal (2/20 – Mention of a lecture held at Delaware Law
  • Hundreds take the plunge in icy Brandywine River – Delaware County Daily Times (2/20 – Members of Kappa Sigma at Widener University raised the most money) 
  • 5 Myths About Taxes – U.S. News & World Repost (2/19 – Theresa Shea, an instructor in the School of Business Administration, was quoted. This story also appeared on Yahoo! Finance
  • Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon was interviewed on Bloomberg Law Radio on 2/19, which is broadcast on a number of radio sations in New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. as well as Sirius/XM.
  • First Person: The Scalia legacy – Philadelphia Sun Times (2/19 – Repost of the WHYY Newsworks interview with Alan Garfield, professor of law) 
  • Sandy Hook Gun Manufacturer Lawsuit: Hearing Scheduled To See If Judge Will Let Case Move Forward – International Business Times (2/19 – Law Professor John Culhane was quoted) 
  • Widener University/NBC 10 High School Leadership Award – LevittownNow.com (2/18)

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