Howdy y’all!

Posted by Regina Curran on 11/08/2009 at 12:00 AM

Hello from Texas!

Resources for Internships!

Posted by Library Blog on 11/06/2009 at 12:00 AM

The Law Library has several books on internships in various subject areas.  They are published by the Career Education Institutes and are shelved in the Law Library’s Career Collection.  Even if you are not interested in an internship, these are helpful to consult as to potential employers.

Among the recent titles are The Human Rights Internship Book (KF266 .H86 2010), Internships in International Law (KF266. I58 2010) and The Women’s Rights Internship Book (KF266 .W66 2010).

Symposium Focuses on the Unique Issues Facing Gays in Rhode Island

Posted by David Logan on 11/03/2009 at 12:00 AM

The School of Law recently hosted an important symposium on the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people in Rhode Island. The program, "A Gay and Lesbian User Guide to Rhode Island", focused on six key areas facing LGBT citizens - estate planning, marriage, healthcare navigation, eldercare and Medicaid law, anti-discrimination...

Employer in the Spotlight-APC/Schneider Electric

Posted by David Logan on 11/02/2009 at 12:00 AM

From time-to-time I highlight employers that hire a significant number of our graduates including past blogs on Adler, Pollock & Sheehan and Shectman, Halperin &a

Law Library Resources for Career Exploration!

Posted by Library Blog on 10/30/2009 at 12:00 AM

In addition to the services offered by the Office of Career Services for career exploration such as the Annual Legal Career Options Day, the Law Library also has resources for information on career options within the legal profession and alternatives to traditional law firm practice. These books and others on job searching are shelved in the Law Library’s Career Collection located next to the Law Library Print Center. All books in the Law Library’s Career Collection can be checked out of the Law Library for twenty-one days.

Major Gift Propels RWU’s #2 Ranked Public Interest Program

Posted by David Logan on 10/27/2009 at 12:00 AM

We are extremely proud of the rich array of public interest programs offered at RWU, and the fact that our program is ranked #2 in New England by National Jurist magazine .  I am delighted to announce a major gift that will ensure the future of one of our important initiatives, our unique Pro Bono Collaborative.

Top Comparative Law Scholars Hold Annual Meeting at RWU

Posted by David Logan on 10/23/2009 at 12:00 AM

Roger Williams Law recently hosted the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Comparative Law, bringing to campus top scholars and teachers of Comp Law.  In the recent past, the conference was held at Cornell, Cal-Hastings, Tulane, Cal-Davis, Hawaii, and Michigan, and it was brought to RWU because of the good works of two of my RWU colleagues who specialize in Comp Law,

Writing Scholarly Papers!

Posted by Library Blog on 10/23/2009 at 12:00 AM

In addition to texts for legal writing, the Law Library’s collection also has publications to consult for writing seminar papers.  These publications include Scholarly Writing for Law Students: Seminar Papers, Law Review Notes and Law Review Competition Papers, 3d ed. by Elizabeth Fajans and Mary Falk (Reserve, KF250 .F34 2005) and Academic Legal Writing: Law Review Articles, Student Notes, Seminar Papers, and Getting on Law Review, 3d ed.

I hate greenbeans

Posted by Regina Curran on 10/21/2009 at 12:00 AM

It’s true, I do hate them. It started in kindergarten and to this day I still refuse to eat them out of protest. What does this have to do with law school you might ask? Nothing. Truly. But my friends have been bugging me to update my blog and it got me to thinking about my lack of focus right now. As a 3L I feel like I’m being pulled in a hundred different directions. I’ve got school (of course), the job I work, the job I’m hoping to find, obligations to friends and family, and school. I did say school twice, I because that’s where it should be.

Faculty Edges Students in Jeopardy

Posted by David Logan on 10/19/2009 at 12:00 AM

imageThe 2009 version of the annual throw-down between representatives of all 3 classes and the faculty was a nail biter.  It was a raucous crowd of well north of 150, each class with its own color and t-shirts adding to the high energy.