In addition to the advice and practice exams offered by the Academic Success Program, here are some resources offered by the Law Library on preparing for and taking law school exams.
One of the most active student groups on campus is the Military Law Society (MILLAW), and two recent events underscored their high visibility in the building. The first was a career panel, cosponsored by MILLAW, the Maritime Law Society, and our Office of Career Development, which brought to campus military lawyers from the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Joining the panel was a representative from the Department of the Navy’s Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS).
One of the most important, and underrated, pieces of advice for aspiring law students is quite simple: be selfish. Now, before you make your assumptions, give me a chance to explain.
After a career working for a nuclear defense manufacturing company, Jenna Wims Hashway’s father died from lung cancer. Now his daughter has taken steps to shine a light on the health issues associated with the industry and the federal program designed to help those workers and their families.
It is hard to believe that it is already mid-November and we are almost done with the semester!
The Clark Moot Court Competition is the flagship internal competition at RWU Law, and we are proud of the long tradition of having the final round judged by not just real judges, but by the entire Rhode Island Supreme Court. This year was a special treat, as the Court hosted the competition in its beautiful formal courtroom.
Perfect weather and numerous activities marked Alumni Weekend 2013, part of our 20th anniversary celebration.
Below are pictures from…
• A reception at Aidan’s, hosted by our own Betty Anne Waters (’98)
If you are undecided about what you want to do with your law degree, go look at the Law Library’s Career Collection for inspiration! The collection, shelved adjacent to the Library’s Print Center, is jam packed with resources about traditional law firm practice and alternatives to law practice. You can learn about working for the federal government, following your bliss at a non-profit, or embracing your entrepreneurial spirit as a s
“GAM. NOUN- A social meeting of two (or more) Whaleships, generally on a cruising-ground; when, after exchanging hails, they exchange visits by boats’ crews, the two captains remaining, for the time, on board of one ship, and the two chief mates on the other.” - Herman Melville, Moby-Dick
We are very proud of the leadership of our students, who enrich the academic atmosphere of RWU Law beyond the classroom, and I decided to pick this week as just an example.
From Suing the NCAA to the Nuremburg Trials, and from Environmental Law to Health Law and Business Law, students have their horizons broadened by discussions on topical issues, from experts in the field.
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW SOCIETY