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.
Skill Building & Professional Experience
RWU School of Law Clinical Programs and the curriculum are designed to meet the needs of diverse interests including business, criminal, environmental, international and family law and politics and government.
Our programs include course work that supports the clinical program’s functions and needs, experiential learning opportunities, and an interdisciplinary approach. Our programs also provide students with opportunities to develop and improve a variety of skills and with opportunities to participate in and learn about the professional world of lawyering.
These skills and learning opportunities include:
- Legal research and writing
- Client interviewing and counseling
- Document drafting
- Factual investigation
- Court appearances
- Oral communication
- Written communication
- Public speaking
- Collaboration and team work