Over the past several years, RWU Law has made significant strides in increasing the diversity of its student body.
The Esther Clark Moot Court Competition is an intra-school appellate advocacy competition for new Moot Court Board members.
It's hard to believe that several months have now passed since I spent the summer interning at Bronx Defenders (BXD) in New York!
Women in Robes is a Women’s Law Society’s annual event that brings together the students of Roger Williams University School of Law and the Rhode Island Judiciary.
On June 26 of this year the Supreme Court of the United States made history by legalizing marriage equality nationwide. Prior to the Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, same-sex marriage had been governed by a patchwork of state laws.
Alumni weekend this year ran from Thursday, September 24 to Sunday, September 27. The kick-off event on Thursday was the latest installment in the Anthony J. Santoro Business Law Lecture Series. We were proud to host Gigi Sohn, Counselor to the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Her lecture was entitled, “Consumer Protection in the Broadband Era: The Role of the FCC." Ms.
Cybersecurity is a major growth area in the law, as well as a central challenge for policymakers, corporate managers and ordinary citizens. Knowing about threats to private, business, and government data and how to reduce those threats is an essential part of the toolkit for today’s law students and lawyers.
As a result of its status as Rhode Island’s only law school, Roger Williams University School of Law has developed a close relationship with the bench and bar of the State.
In the fall of 2009, Roger Williams University School of Law inaugurated its Immigration Clinic -- and there can be no doubt that the work done there has helped many immigrant families from all over the world, changing their lives for the better.
At Roger Williams University School of Law, we have a vigorous public interest program. This summer, 27 students were awarded summer stipends to enable them to work in unpaid public interest jobs, literally all over the world. What follows are some of the observations they shared from the field ...