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Regent Law in the News

David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, has been quoted several times in the Washington Post's ongoing coverage of the trial of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning, an imprisoned soldier accused of leaking classified material in the WikiLeaks scandal, including in this Saturday, Dec. 17, article. Velloney's comments were also picked up by a number of European publications and Australia's theage.com.

Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) on Wednesday, Dec. 21, to discuss Constitutional issues.

Haskell Murray, assistant professor, recently published two articles in leading law reviews. The first article, “Latchkey Corporations”: Fiduciary Duties in Wholly Owned, Financially Troubled Subsidiaries was published in the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. The second article, Purpose with Profit: Governance, Enforcement, Capital-Raising and Capital-Locking in Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies, …

Regent Law in the News

Professor Jacob was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) on Thursday, Dec. 1, to discuss constitutional law issues.

Judge Greg Wilhelm '98 (Law) was appointed as one of 14 new members representing the Texas Juvenile Justice Advisory Board according to this Thursday, Nov. 24, article from the Ellis County Press. These appointments were made by Texas governor Rick Perry.

Law Teams Advance to National Competitions

Continuing a tradition of excellence in legal competition, three Regent University School of Law competition teams—two from the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board (ADR) and one from the Moot Court Board—recently advanced to the national level in two competitions.

Regent Law's ADR teams will be among 24 teams competing at the American Bar Association (ABA) National Negotiation Competition in New Orleans Feb. 3-4. Regent is the only law school sending two teams to this competition.

Regent Law's Moot Court Team advanced to the New York City Bar's National Moot Court Competition (NMCC) to be held Jan. 30- Feb. 2 in New York City, competing in a field of 30 teams.

The ADR made a strong showing at the American Bar Association's Regional Negotiation Competition held Nov. 12-13 at the University of Richmond School of Law in Richmond, Va. The team of Hannah Carter and Chris Bell placed finished second overall from a roster of over 24 teams representing George Mason University, W…