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Faculty, staff, and students celebrated Constitution Day on Monday, September 17, with a panel discussion and luncheon. Panelists included Dr. James Davids, Robertson School of Government and School of Law; Professor Tessa Dysart,School of Law; Dr. Mitchell Land, Dean of School of Communication & the Arts; and Dr. Caleb Verbois from the College of Arts & Sciences.

The Federalist Society hosted its first speaker of the year, Mr. John Crowley, Senior Vice President, Law and Regulatory Affairs for APM Terminals Americas Region, Inc. on Tuesday, September 18. He addressed the topic of legal barriers to economic growth.

Pastor Jim Wood of First Presbyterian Church delivered this week’s Law Chapel message about living in the glory of God by worshiping through our work Thursday, September 20. Tapings of previous Law Chapel messages may be viewed here.

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) inducted 20 members into the professional fraternity Thursday evening.
On Friday, September 21, Dr. Pat Robertson and the Regent Community celebrated the placing of the steeple on the Regent Chapel currently being constructed. The ceremony also honored those who have donated to the project.

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