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Recently on Campus - 2.25.13

On Monday, February 22, Regent Law had the privilege of hosting Justice William C. Mims of the Virginia Supreme Court for a luncheon which focused on his experiences in life as they relate to a legal career and as a Justice. The event was sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta.

The Council of Graduate Students (COGS) held a university-wide town hall meeting on Monday, February 18. Students were able to voice their questions to various members of the Regent faculty and staff.

Regent Law hosted Duke Law Professor Jefferson Powell for a colloquium on Tuesday, February 19. Professor Powell discussed the field of government service and as an opportunity for law students to live out their Christian calling.

A Counsel Lunch Program hosted by Career Services featured attorneys presently working as corporate Counsel on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.

Ronnie McAdoo, father of UNC basketball player James McAdoo, delivered this week’s Law Chapel message on Thursday, February 21. Previous Law Chapel messages may be viewed here.

Members of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program are already assisting members of the Hampton Roads community with their Federal and State of Virginia Tax Returns. The group will continue to assist individuals earning less than $49,000 annually through April 1, 2013.

On Friday and Saturday, February 22-13 the Black Law Student Association (BLSA) hosted the annual “Soul Food Café” in the Regent Ordinary.

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Lynne Marie Kohm Awarded the 2017 Faculty Excellence in Service Award

Each quarter, Regent University’s Office of Academic Affairs honors faculty members with Faculty Excellence Awards.

On November 7, Regent Law professor Lynn Marie Kohm was awarded the 2017 Faculty Excellence Award in the area of service. According to Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño, executive vice president of Academic Affairs, Kohm “embodies the cheerful servant leader,” and claims that her most important service to LAW is her commitment to coordinating a student women’s discipleship group.

“[Kohm] exemplifies servant leadership,” said Moreno-Riaño. “She works tirelessly to promote her school to external audiences … in her faculty development role, she passionately encourages faculty to develop their research and scholarship.”

Congratulations to Professor Lynne Marie Kohm!