RWU was honored to host the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Law Reviews, which brought almost 300 of the brightest law students from around the country to RI for 3 days of networking, discussing how to adapt publications to the digital age, and topics like whether it is advantageous to have a “local law” issue. Check out the Conference Program.
The attendees were treated to keynote addresses by terrific members of the RWU Law family, Betty Anne Waters’98 and Adjunct Professor Don Migliori, plus presentations by faculty members Zoe Argento, Jared Goldstein, Tony Bastone, Kim Baker, Colleen Brown, Ellen Saideman, Kathy Thompson, Raquel Ortiz, and alums Becky Aitchison’11, Nicole Benjamin’06, Michael Field’97, Timothy Groves’06, Jenna Hashway’11, Sally McDonald’09, Jessica Shelton’11, and Margreta Vellucci’07. The leadership of our Law Review did a terrific job pulling off a major event, so a tip of the hat to Timothy Grimes, Adam Riser, Amy Goins, Elizabeth Hartley, and Jamie Johnson, plus others on the journal too numerous to name who also put their shoulders to the wheel.
Dean David Logan introducing Betty Anne Waters '98 as the Keynote Speaker
Adam Riser (RWU Law Review Managing Editor), Tim Grimes (RWU Law Editor-in-Chief),
Betty Anne Waters '98, Andrew Covington (RWU Law Review)
Nicole Benjamin '06 and Retired Chief Justice Frank Williams (RI Supreme Court)
Timothy Groves '06 and Justin Shay (Partner, Cameron & Mittleman LLP)
Legal Methods Faculty
(l to r) Kim Baker, Colleen Brown, Ellen Saideman, and Kathy Thompson
Assistant Dean Anthony Bastone (Office of Career Services), Michael Field '97,
and RWU Law Professor Jared Goldstein
Attendees at the Keynote Speaker Luncheon featuring Betty Anne Waters '98
The WestlawNext sponsored candy machine was a hit