Later this month, Democrats will meet in Philadelphia to nominate a woman as the party’s candidate for president. Unrelated to political partisanship, this historic event highlights the dramatic changes undergone by women in our society — changes I have witnessed and experienced firsthand.
A note I sent to the student body of RWU Law today:
One of the great things about RWU Law is the initiative that our students display by reaching out to the world outside of law school. One such example was a basketball tournament featuring teams of law students and teams of police officers.
Last Sunday, when the scope of the tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando began to emerge, I sent the following email to the student body:
The Pro Bono Collaborative celebrated its 10th anniversary on May 26 with balloons, confetti, birthday cake, bubbly and lots to brag about (see photos from the event below).
Commencement Week at RWU Law always begins the Monday before commencement at the Glen Manor House.
This law school values diversity and inclusion. Our commitment is based on three shared principles:
Each semester at RWU Law, two of the school’s great clinical programs schedule classes to bridge the gap between major legal areas.
RWU Law is very excited to present the seventh installment in its biennial Thurgood Marshall Memorial Lecture series this week. This lecture honors the memory and legacy of our nation’s first African American United States Supreme Court Justice.