Faculty News

  • A visitor at RWU Law's "Lawyers Without RIghts" exhibit.
    Discussing Lawyers During Holocaust
    The Providence Journal reports on a special event at RWU Law, with judges, lawyers, professors and students discussing the "Lawyers Without Rights" exhibit.
  • City Year Providence
    Professor, Alumna Lead City Year Board
    Professor Andy Horwitz and Stephanie Federico ’03 co-chair advisory board of City Year Providence, aiming to dramatically cut dropout rates in public schools.
  • Judge Edward C. Clifton
    Judge Edward Clifton Joins Faculty
    The recently retired Rhode Island Superior Court judge will work with students on research related to racial and ethnic fairness in courts across the country.


Amy R. Tabor

Amy R. Tabor
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Amy R. Tabor is a partner at Hardy Tabor & Chudacoff, and has been a practicing attorney since 1975.  Her primary areas of practice are education law, disability law, and civil liberties, with a focus on representing children with disabilities and their families.  She is also an assistant professor of employment law at the University of Rhode Island Labor Research Center, where she has taught since 1983.