Regent Graduates Prepare for Mission Ahead in Family Restoration

An 08 Regent Law graduate and published author Leo Lestino recently held a clerkship at the Hawaii Supreme Court. He writes that "the Lord has me in a season of working hard and learning to truly trust him in all things."

Courts of each state have had much to contemplate over the past decade regarding strengthening families or destabilizing them by creating alternatives to marriage. Like many states, grassroots ideals on marriage and family prevailed recently in Hawaii. In March, Hawaii, which already provides for domestic partnership benefits placed a civil unions bill on the legislative table.

Christians in the islands spoke so strongly against the legislation, however, that it was pulled before it even reached a committee vote. Regent Law grads make a difference where God has placed them.

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