A session with Justice Elena Kagan of the Supreme Court of the United States
With the start of a new school year less than a month away, I wanted to highlight two signature events hosted by RWU Law. The first is the fundraiser for our unique Pro Bono Collaborative http://law.rwu.edu/pbc. The event garnered attention from Providence Business News (http://law.rwu.edu/story/pbn-pro-bono-collaborative-reception), which noted that the “ye
I reported last year that RWU Law students praise the quality of instruction that they receive. http://law.rwu.edu/blog/student-satisfaction-their-rwu-law-faculty-remains-high
What a beautiful day! With happy graduates, and proud family, friends, and faculty, we celebrated Commencement 2013. We were especially honored that we were joined by Morris Dees, the legendary Civil Rights lawyer and one of the top judges in Rhode Island, Alice Gibney. Congratulations graduates!
It’s no secret that our graduates are having a significant impact on the region’s legal culture. But three recent alumni appointments – all focused on serving the larger legal and general community – are worth singling out.
Lorraine Lalli ’01: Judicial Nominating Commission
One signature event at RWU Law is the 3L reception held at the beautiful Glen Manor Estate, with its sweeping views of the Sakonnet River. Here are some pics from that fun evening for students, faculty, and staff.
I look forward to working closely with the new crop of leaders of our flagship student organizations, the Roger Williams Moot Court Board and the Roger Williams Law Review. It is truly a terrific group of future lawyers.
Moot Court Board (2012-14)
One tradition at RWU Law is that the deans and faculty host a party for the 1Ls immediately after a milestone: the completion of their 1L exams. Faculty, staff and students gather at popular hangout Jacky's Galaxie for drinks and food and celebration. Here are some pics from this year's installment for the great class of 2015.
Cybersecurity is the next frontier for clients in finance, health care, and energy, as well as for law enforcement and national security. Cybercrime is on the rise – from the White House to the Pentagon, from America’s biggest corporations and health-care organizations to the small business next door.
The Feinstein Institute recently held its annual reception celebrating the public service commitment of our graduating students and thanking the legal community for mentoring our students in public interest law. The reception was generously supported by the Feinstein Foundation.