Regent Law In the News

Law Professor Bradley Jacob was a guest on The Mike Rosen Show on KOA radio in Denver, Colo., on Thursday to discuss a judge's ruling in the Justice Department lawsuit against the new Arizona immigration law.

Click below to listen to the broadcast:

The Mike Rosen Show on KOA Radio (July 29)

Regent Law in the News

Law alumnus Paul A. Roetman ’02 has been appointed by Alaska Governor Sean Parnell to serve as a judge on the Kotzebue Superior Court, according to the Alaska Business Monthly.

Law professor Lynne Marie Kohm made two appearances on CBN News, Thursday and Friday, to discuss a no-fault divorce bill in New York that will make the state the last in the nation to adopt this type of legislation.

Government and Law professor Dr. Joseph Kickasola's work on articulating a culture clash occurring within Islam was cited in this WORLD Magazine column about the controversy surrounding the building of a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Click below to view Professor Kolm's Friday appearance:

Regent Law in the News

The Justice Department's lawsuit against Arizona's new illegal immigration law provided several opportunities for Law professor Brad Jacob to provide analysis and commentary.

On Wednesday, July 7, Jacob appeared on CBN NewsWatch, and he was also a guest on five radio programs: The Curtis Sliwa Show on New York City's WNYM (Sliwa is founder of the Guardian Angels); The Brad Davis Show on WDRC in Hartford, Conn.; The Martha Zoeller Show (syndicated) based in Gainesville, Ga.; The Phil Valentine Show, nationally syndicated on more than 70 stations on Westwood One: and The Mike Rosen Show on KOA in Denver, Colo.

Click below to listen or watch the various broadcasts:

The Mike Rosen Show on KOA Radio (July 7th)

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