RWU Law's faculty ranked fifth in New England in per capita productivity for articles in "top 50" law journals from 1993 to 2011 - trailing only Yale, Harvard, Boston University, and Boston College.
These Curricular Tracks - created by the faculty and administration of the School of Law - are intended to provide guidance to students as they plan their academic careers. No one set of courses is right for all students, even those with similar subject matter interests or career goals. Nonetheless, all students should try to plan ahead in creating a curriculum that meets personal needs, interests, and goals.
Some courses, such as Legal Practice I & II and Professional Responsibility, are so central to any area of legal practice that they have not been included in any one particular Curricular Track.
Use of these Curricular Tracks for guidance should not be considered a substitute for seeking personal advice with respect to course selection options.