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David Logan served as Dean at Roger Williams School of Law from 2003 to 2014, making him one of the nation's longest-serving law deans. In 2014, he returned to full-time teaching and research.

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20th Anniversary Celebration Kick-off

Posted by David Logan on 08/20/2013 at 04:56 PM

The RWU Law community officially kicked off its 20th Anniversary year at the annual Law Alumni Association (LAA) breakfast held in conjunction with the Rhode Island Bar Association's annual meeting.  The breakfast brought together judges, lawyers, alumni, faculty, and staff to reflect on the school's milestone anniversary.

Deborah Pannullo’97 and Professor Michael Yelnosky

Professor and President Emeritus Anthony Santoro with Stephen Bernardo’98

At the gathering, the LAA scholarship recipients were announced. The 2013 winners are Michael Hartley’15 and Meghan Kruger’15.

Michael Hartley’15 with LAA President Robert Humm’08

Meghan Kruger’15

Also, the newly-elected Law Alumni Association Board of Directors were introduced.  

New LAA Directors (l to r)  Jamie Johnson Bachant‘12, James Bagley’12, Tim Grimes’12, Mariana Ormonde’12, Amy Goins’12 (missing from photo Jackie Rolleri’11)


A special 20th Anniversary commemorative video was shown to the audience and met with an overwhelming sense of pride. Here are a few more photos from the event:  

Stephen Bernardo’98 and Michael Voccola’97

Rhode Island Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Suttell with Dean David Logan

Nicole Benjamin’06 (20th Anniversary Honorary Committee Co-Chair)

Stephen Maguire’96 and RWU President Donald Farish

Professor Andy Horwitz, Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin’98 and Dean David Logan

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Associate Justice Netti Vogel, member of The School of Law Board of Directors

Adam Resmini’09, Michael Moloney’09, J. Chris Halligan’09, Megan Maciasz’08, and Sally McDonald’09