Faculty News

  • Church State
    Is Wall Between Church and State Crumbling?
    Professor Diana Hassel, associate dean for academic affairs at RWU Law, has written a piece for the Roger Williams First Amendment blog.
  • Jones Act
    Gutoff, Nixon on Puerto Rico
    Amid mass power outages, food and water shortages, experts say that a 97-year-old maritime law could make recovering from the disaster more difficult.
  • Travel Ban
    AP: Margulies on New Travel Ban
    Professor Peter Margulies weighs in on how President Trump's revamped travel ban might attract new legal challenges — and how they might fare.

Angelyne E. Cooper-Bailey

Angelyne E. Cooper-Bailey
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Angie Cooper-Bailey graduated summa cum laude from Utica College in Utica, New York, and cum laude from Roger Williams University School of Law.

She currently works at the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training as Legal Counsel and State Equal Opportunity Officer. Prior to her employment at the Department, she served as a Staff Attorney at Rhode Island Legal Services and was a law clerk to the Honorable O. Rogeriee Thompson on the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. She also worked in the Providence City Solicitor's office.

Her legal areas of interest include employment, civil rights, immigration, and constitutional law.