Phi Alpha Delta members participated in a networking mixer on Friday, March 22.
Regent University celebrated the Grand Opening of the Chapel. The ribbon cutting ceremony was hosted on Friday, March 22. Read more here.
Law Chapel on Thursday, March 14, was a special event. Each of the Co-Chaplains delivered an independent message. Co-Chaplain Courtney Lemmond spoke of “being fearless” and Co-Chaplain Anastasios Kamoutsas spoke on “being watchful and vigilant.” Previous Law Chapel messages may be viewed here.
Regent Students were encouraged to attend, “The Living Word: Ancient Treasures From Biblical History” hosted by Regent University from March 20-23.
The International Law Society hosted a panel discussion entitled, “The Path of the Immigrant: Arriving, Becoming Employed, Getting a New Life” on Tuesday, March 19. The three panel members included Senior Immigration Services Officer Frank Reffel (USCIS), Attorney Anne C. Lahren (Pender & Coward, P.C.), and Attorney Olga Antle (Gardner and Mendoza, P.C.).
The office of Career Services hosted a Magistrate program on Tuesday, March 19. The program featured guest panelists Beth Turnbull, supervisor, and Daniel Holser, Chief Magistrate and Regent alum, to discuss the dynamics of various magistrate positions.
On Monday, March 18, members of the Federalist Society met to discuss nominations and elections for next year’s board member positions.
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