Don't miss Dean Gormley's upcoming appearances for new "Clinton vs. Starr" book

Interim Dean Ken Gormley's book, "The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr" is receiving national and local media attention. We've included links to major book reviews, followed by a list of upcoming television and radio appearances. Don't miss these opportunities to learn more about this exciting new publication!

Book Reviews




Television & Radio Appearances

Tuesday, February 16: NBC Today Show (appearance some time during 7 AM hour). NPR, "Fresh Air" (aired in usual time slot in each part of country; available online after that date) Fox News Channel "O'Reilly Report" (filmed that day; now likely won't air till a later date).

Wednesday, February 17: Fox News Channel, "Fox & Friends"  (7:20 am appearance); Sirius XM Radio "POTUS" (taped at 9:00 am, may air at a later time); Charlie Rose Show (filmed at 5:00, will likely air at a later date); C-SPAN "After Words" (show will be broadcast 7 pm; will repeat on Saturday, Sunday and Monday).

Thursday, February 18: KDKA Radio, Pittsburgh (7:10 am, remote from NY); ABC Radio satellite tour (8:30 - 10:30 am, different locations around the country).

Saturday, February 20: Fox News Channel "Fox & Friends" (7:45 am appearance); C-SPAN "After Words" (re-broadcast; airs 10 pm).

Sunday, February 21: KD/PG "Sunday Edition" 11:30 a.m.; C-SPAN "After Words" (re-broadcast; airs 9 pm).

Tuesday, February 23: WQED-TV  Pittsburgh, "On Q", 7:30 p.m.


You are cordially invited to one of the most significant events in the United States
celebrating Black History Month:

Living Legends:
An Afternoon with John Marshall (son of Thurgood Marshall) and
Charles Hamilton Houston, Jr.
Tuesday, February, 23, 2010
3:00 p.m. 
Power Center Ballroom, Duquesne University
Moderated by School of Law Interim Dean Ken Gormley
Co-sponsored by the Homer S. Brown Law Association

This historic event, bringing together the sons of two of the most significant civil rights figures in American history, is the first time these men have come together to talk about the remarkable contributions of their fathers --- and their roles in achieving a civil rights revolution that transformed the United States and guaranteed equal justice for all.

The event will also feature the national premiere of a 15-minute film, produced by noted Pittsburgh film maker Ken Love, regarding the singular achievements of Thurgood Marshall and Charles Houston, introduced and narrated by their sons.

This event is FREE.  Please register at http://www.duq.edu/law/living-legends/rsvp.cfm

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Professor Joseph Sabino Mistick recently moderated a panel at the Matthew J. Ryan Law & Public Policy Forum at Villanova Law School.  The annual gathering featured national experts in risk assessment at the time of sentencing and parole guidelines.

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