Faculty News

  • BP Oil Spill
    Logan on BP Negligence Finding
    Professor David Logan explains why a federal court finding BP acted with “gross negligence” in 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster doesn't presage criminal trial outcomes.
  • Horwitz on 'Necessity Defense'
    Professor Andrew Horwitz explains why the "necessity defense" invoked by two environmental protesters at Brayton Point Power Station is a long shot.
  • Professor Louise Ellen Teitz
    Senior U.S. Diplomat Returns to RWU Law
    Following three years as First Secretary at The Hague Conference on Private International Law, a founding faculty member brings vast experience home to Bristol.


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.