The Law Library offers free unlimited access to the CVN Law School Audio CaseFiles and Video Training Library. Via the CVN (Courtroom View Network) Law School website, you can download the audio of case excerpts from casebooks in MP3 format. Cases are searchable by casebook title or subject. To hone your trial and appellate advocacy skills, watch the video of civil litigation or trial advocacy video clips. Make sure to use your law school email address when signing up for access!
While the lion’s share of attention on my blog (and in the national media) is directed toward the terrific faculty we have assembled a RWU Law, our track record of successful student outcomes is the product of a team effort. Just as we have built an excellent and diverse faculty, we have built a high-performing Senior Staff. Below is a recent photo of the team (with, and without sunglasses).
RWU Law has built a remarkably strong faculty, and this year’s additions give us more curricular depth in two important areas, Intellectual Property (click here for earlier blog item on Zoe Argento) and Environmental Law. We welcome Michael Burger, who we are confident will hit the ground running. Here are his stellar academic credentials:
As our students return to RWU Law for the fall semester, here’s a glimpse at the summer experiences of two of our students.
As part of Legal Methods I, librarians will conduct tours of the law library for incoming first-year students during the week of August 23! An email to the first-year students from Reader Services Librarian Nan Balliot contained the schedule. The tour will last approximately a half hour to forty-five minutes. The starting location for the tour is the Circulation and Reference Desks area. The schedule is posted on the glass wall to the entrance of the law library.
The RWU family loves to get together, whether at the annual breakfast of the Law Alumni Association (held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Rhode Island Bar Association) or other, more casual venues. Here are some fun pics from recent gatherings in and around Providence.
The headline in a recent edition of the Providence Business News (quoted above) hits it dead-on: RWU has built an excellent Marine Law program. By focusing on all things marine—pollution, shipping, coastal development, alternative energy, (International) Law of the Sea, and even piracy—our students learn about cutting edge issues from top-shelf experts.
Here is a dispatch from Lydia Hanhardt, Director of our Diversity Programs:
I browsed through the other bloggers posts and I am beginning to think I am the only one who isn't currently in London doing the summer abroad program. Although I heard absolutely wonderful things about it, I went the internship route.