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Regent Law Alumnus & Faculty in the News

Lynne Marie Kohm was quoted in this CBN news story on Thursday, discussing a Florida court’s ruling that a law banning homosexual couples from adopting children is unconstitutional.

Law alumnus J. Neal Insley ('03) has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine as a “Rising Star” for the second consecutive year. Insley received the 2009 and 2010 Rising Star distinction in the administrative law category. The Super Lawyers selection process evaluates each candidate using 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Virginia Governor Robert F. McDonnell appointed Insley the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) chairman in May 2010. Prior to his appointment, Insley was special counsel, government relations and administrative law, with LeClairRyan in Virginia Beach. Insley also served as an assistant commonwealth's attorney in Newport News and Virginia Beach, and ran his own practice specializing in ABC law. He is a graduate of Virginia Commonw…

Regent Law Faculty In The News

Law Professor Thomas Folsom did an interview with Voice of America to discuss trademark law in the United States, as it may relate to a case in which IHOP-the International House of Pancakes restaurant chain-has sued IHOP-the International House of Prayer in Kansas City. The interview will be translated and broadcast to Chinese audiences.

A case won by Regent Law Attorney-in-Residence Randy Singer was discussed in this Virginian-Pilot article on Saturday.

Dean Jeffrey Brauch's comments about the School of Law were included in this article fromVirginia Lawyers Weekly about accreditation of Liberty University's Law School.

Prof. Lynne Marie Kohm on KSMA Radio

Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show on KSMA radio in Santa Monica, Calif., on Friday evening, August 27, to talk about the recent stem cell ruling.