January 5, 2017

In the News:

  • Biden partners with universities on domestic, foreign policy – USA Today (1/5 – A mention that Vice President Joe Biden has been an adjunct professor of law at Widener; This story was picked up by the AP and ran in more than 100 papers throughout the country)
  • 2016 wasn’t totally awful – 17 sources of queer joy in a terrible year – Slate (12/29 – John Culhane,the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law at Delaware Law and co-director of the school’s Family Health Law & Policy Institute, provided comments as he is a regular column contributor for Slate)
  • Will I set a bad example for my kids if I argue with Trump-supporting relatives? Slate (12/23 – Column by John Culhane,the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law at Delaware Law and co-director of the school’s Family Health Law & Policy Institute)

Alumni News:

  • Greensburg native named top aide for new state attorney general – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (12/15-Commonwealth Law alumna Michelle Henry is the first woman to hold the position of first deputy attorney general in Pennsylvania)
  • Langerholc to be sworn in as state senator – The Tribune-Democrat (1/3 – Widener Law alumnus Wayne Langerholc Jr. was recently sworn in to the Pennsylvania Senate)

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Athletic Update:

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