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Regent Law Graduates Behind the Bench

Fifteen Regent Law graduates are currently serving as judges in eleven states. Here are the alumni that are putting their passion for the law to work behind the bench:

Roger E. Binette (’90)
Sandusky, Ohio
Court of Common Pleas

Clarke Coll (’89)
Roswell, New Mexico
Probate Judge, Chaves County

Mary Covington (’93)
Lexington, North Carolina
District Court

Van Hampton (’87)*
Dodge City, Kansas
District Court

Barry Logsdon (’89)
Newport News, Virginia
Juvenile Domestic Relations Court

Raymond Thomas Lowe (‘96)
Sellersburg, Indiana
Town Court

Teresa McCrimmon (’88)
Virginia Beach, Virginia
General District Court

Joseph Migliozzi (’94)
Norfolk, Virginia
General District Court

Eric W. Norris (’94)
Watkinville, Georgia
Magistrate Court

Ron Pahl (’89)
Pendleton, Oregon
Circuit Court

Jason Price (’02)
Williamsburg, Kentucky
District Court

Steven Rogers (’03)
Ocala, Florida
Circuit Court

Greg Wilhelm (’99)
Waxahachie, Texas
County Court at Law

April Wood (’97)
Lexington, North Carolina
District Court

F. Patrick Yeatts (’94)
Rustburg, Virginia
General District Court

* Judge Hampton attended Oral Roberts University Law School for the first two years of his education. During his third year Oral Roberts Law School became CBN University School of Law, what is now Regent University School of Law, from which he graduated.

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