Faculty News

  • Marine debris
    The Legal Impact of Marine Debris
    Senator Whitehouse, other national and local experts confront a growing threat to New England’s tourism, ecological health and fisheries industry
  • Deborah Johnson
    Johnson Wins 2nd Term as MBWA President
    Deborah Johnson, RWU Law's Director of Diversity and Outreach, has been re-elected president of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys association.
  • TIME: Bogus on Second Amendment
    Time asks: does the "right to bear arms" apply equally to all citizens – or just whites? While the question has recently made headlines, it's as old as the country itself.

Barbara Hurst

Barbara Hurst
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Barbara Hurst recently retired from her position as the Deputy Public Defender for the Rhode Island Office of the Public Defender. Before her appointment to that position, she was the Chief Appellate Attorney in that office, arguing hundreds of cases before the Supreme Court of Rhode Island.