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Hugh Hewitt
Professor of Law / blogger
Chapman University School of Law
Orange, CA

Chapman University Law School
One University Drive
Orange, CA 92866
Work: (714) 628-2514

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A Chapman University Law School professor and constitutional-law scholar, Hewitt's conservative political blog is among the most popular of the genre and his book has made him an authority.

A blogger and author of the book, Blog.

A biography of Professor Hewitt may be found on the Chapman Unversity website. Here it is:

"Professor Hewitt is the host of a nationally syndicated radio show heard in more than 70 markets nationwide. Hewitt received 3 Emmys during his decade of work as co-host of the week-night television news and public affairs show Life & Times on PBS Los Angeles affiliate KCET-TV. Professor Hewitt was also the host of the PBS Series Searching For God In America, an eight-part show which premiered on PBS in July 1996. Professor Hewitt is also the author of a companion work by the same name published by Word. Professor Hewitt is the author of five other books: Blog: Understanding the Information Reformation That.s Changing Your World, (2005, Thomas Nelson), If It's Not Close, They Can't Cheat (2004, Thomas Nelson), In, But Not Of (2003, Thomas Nelson), The Embarrassed Believer (1998, Word) and First Principles (1987, Regnery Gateway). Professor Hewitt is also a bi-weekly columnist for The Daily Standard, the online edition of the Weekly Standard. Professor Hewitt served for nearly six years in the Reagan Administration in a variety of posts including Assistant Counsel in the White House and Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the United States. He was Governor Wilson's appointee to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and was a member of the California Arts Council. Professor Hewitt appears frequently as a political and social commentator on shows including: The O.Reilly Factor, Chris Matthews, The Dennis Miller Show, The Today Show and Larry King Live. Professor Hewitt is an honors graduate of Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School."


Hewitt was profiled in an Aug. 22, 2005 New Yorker magazine article: "Right Hook: Going After the Liberal Media," written by Nicholas Lemann, dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. The New Yorker's articles are not online, but here is a progressive blogger's post about the piece, and another one by Ira Stoll, editor of the New York Sun.. And here is Hewitt's own comment on the profile.

Andre here is RadioBlogger's post about Hewitt's interview with The Los Angeles Times in which Hewitt talked about the state of talk radio.

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