Chris Arledge Named Regular Contributor to Nationally Syndicated Radio Talk Show

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Chris Arledge, a lawyer with expertise in constitutional law and intellectual property, was named a regular contributor to the nationally syndicated radio talk show, Women Aloud. Arledge has recently appeared on the program to discuss legal issues related to the Don Imus controversy, the Virginia Tech massacre, and the Supreme Court's partial birth abortion decision.

Lawyer and law professor Chris Arledge was recently made a regular contributor to the nationally syndicated radio talk show, Women Aloud. Arledge, who has expertise in constitutional law and intellectual property, has appeared on the program in recent weeks to discuss topics such as how the First Amendment impacts hate speech regulations in response to the recent Don Imus controversy, how the Second Amendment's right to keep and bear arms impacts gun control legislation in the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre, and whether the United States Supreme Court's partial birth abortion decision signals a shift in the Court's abortion jurisprudence. Prior to being named a regular correspondent for Women Aloud, Arledge made multiple appearances on radio programs for industry giant KFI in Los Angeles. Arledge is a founding partner of Turner Green Afrasiabi & Arledge LLP, an elite litigation boutique with offices in Orange County, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.

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