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Three Regent Law Alumni Honored Among 2013 Virginia Legal Elite Young Lawyers

Christy L. Murphy '06, Ryan G. Ferguson '05, and Nathaniel L. Story '08, were honored as “2013 Virginia Legal Elite Young Lawyers” by the Virginia Business Magazine
Murphy is an associate with Kaufman & Canoles’ Norfolk, Va., office, where she specializes in bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and business restructuring, as well as litigation.  At Bischoff Martingayle, Ferguson’s practice areas include civil litigation, estate litigation, and creditor’s rights. Story is an attorney at Hirschler Fleischer Attorneys at Law. He practices in construction and suretyship, commercial disputes, litigation and ADR, and bankruptcy and creditor’s rights.
Each year, Virginia Business Magazine highlights lawyers under 40 who are considered some of the best attorneys in the state. For 2013, Virginia Business Magazine honored 52 young lawyers, as well as 816 lawyers in other categories. 
See the full list of “2013 Virginia Legal Elite Young Lawyers” here.

Faculty Achievements: Week of November 29, 2013

Dean Jeffrey Brauch was quoted in a Virginian-Pilot article on Monday, November 18. The article discussed the legal definition of “reasonableness” in relation to the ongoing discussion over new tolls in Southeastern Virginia.

Professor Bradley Jacob did several interviews about constitutional issues regarding President Obama’s delays in implementing portions of the Affordable Care Act. On Wednesday, November 20, he was a guest on The Wall Street Journal This Morning (250 stations) and the USA Radio Network. On Tuesday, November 19, he was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show in San Bernardino, Calif.

Professor Lynne Marie Kohm will participate in the International Studies Association Annual Conference in Toronto on March 26, 2014. She will be on a panel for the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and will present "A 25 Year Assessment of Whether the CRC Has Helped Children."