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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.

A graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, Professor Logan clerked for a federal...

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Pro Bono Collaborative Celebrates another Great Year

Posted by David Logan on 07/01/2014 at 02:46 PM

Almost 200 folks showed up for the annual fundraiser for the RWU Law Pro Bono Collaborative, our unique way to provide much needed representation to low-income Rhode Islanders.

This year’s event was special, as we recognized the philanthropy of Mark Mandell, whose support was essential to getting the PBC not just surviving but thriving.

A special shout-out to the Host Committee:

Richard Ratcliffe; Chair; Ratcliffe Harten Burke & Galamaga

Robert Corrente; Burns & Levinson

Reverend Mary Margaret Earl; McAuley House

Mitchell R. Edwards; Hinckley Allen & Snyder

Linn Foster Freedman; Nixon Peabody

Timothy J. Groves; Barton Gilman

Elizabeth B. Oliveira; Esq.

David J. Pellegrino; Partridge Snow & Hahn

Stephen M. Prignano; Edwards Wildman Palmer

Benjamin Rackliffe; Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West

Justin T. Shay; Cameron & Mittleman

Joseph D. Whelan; Whelan, Kinder & Siket

Richard Ratcliffe

Mark Mandell

Josh Xavier '14, Keally Cieslik, Kristine Merz, and Erin Kelley

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras with 2L Jeremy Rix

Tim Grimes '12 with Professor Jorge Elorza

Professor Cecily Banks and Bob Corrente

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse with P.B.C. Executive Director Eliza Vorenberg

Steve Maguire '96, Anthony Leone '97, Vin Greene, Miriam Weizenbaum and Bud Deluca

Judge Walter Stone

Miriam and Linn Foster Freedman

Shad Miller '11 and Robert Cavanagh '11

Dylan Murphy '12, Chief Federal District Judge Will Smith, Mark Mandell and Judge Luis Matos

Zachary Mandell '11 (son), Leonard Mandell (father), Howard Mandell (brother), Yvette Boisclair (wife) and Mark