Faculty News

  • Horwitz on Yorke
    Horwitz on the Role of Grand Juries
    Professor Andrew Horwitz joined Dan Yorke's "State of Mind" discussing the role of grand juries and recent Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y. outcomes.
  • Pension Dispute
    Yelnosky on State Pension Dispute
    Dean Michael Yelnosky tells NPR why he's optimistic about the outlook for a settlement in the legal dispute over a 2011 overhaul of the state pension system.
  • Heffner on Elder Law
    RWU Law Adjunct Professor Mark B. Heffner launches a new blog on Elder Law and Long Term Care Planning, featuring some of the nation's top experts.


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.