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Posted by Regina Curran
07/10/2010 at 01:32 PM
Hello readers! First, may I just say that I am in complete disbelief that it is already July! What happened to June?! For many of my friends June has been consumed by bar exam prep, for me I spent the month starting my first job. If you have read any of my past entries you may know that I am taken a somewhat nontraditional path and entered higher education. Due to starting work on June first I decided it was in my best interest to postpone the bar until February. This was certainly the right decision for me and as with the rest of law school I feel strongly that you have to figure out what...
Posted by David Logan
07/10/2010 at 12:00 AM
I am delighted to announce that Prof. Peter Margulies became our Distinguished Research Professor as of July 1. The award is most fitting; Peter is a prolific scholar, on a range of topics, and his great run has been highlighted by the publication this spring of his first book: "Law’s Detour: Justice Displaced in the Bush Administration," by the New York University Press. The book release was highlighted on the American Constitution Society website, and here is Peter's summary. Among his other publications are articles in the lead journals at Iowa, Maryland, George Washington, Rutgers,...
Posted by David Logan
07/06/2010 at 01:26 PM
Prof. Louise Ellen Teitz with Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Stephen Breyer. The motto of Roger Williams University is “Learning to Bridge the World,” and the School of Law takes that aspect of our mission very seriously. In previous posts, I have highlighted faculty (Prof. Ed Eberle and Prof. Jonathan Gutoff, for example) experts on various aspects of International Law, who are respected for their expertise, but we also incorporate this expertise into the classroom experience for our students. One example is a course developed and taught by Prof. Louise Ellen Teitz (an...
Posted by Kevin Olasanoye
07/05/2010 at 01:11 PM
Yep, that’s right. Since we’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day (even President O’Bama wore a green tie and welcomed the Irish delegation a couple years ago), I could think of no better reward for having sat with a judge and a few barristers then heading over to Dublin for a weekend of jollification (I am attempting to use as many British colloquialisms as I can. This one means fun). Man, it was a crazy town! The Temple Inn is a hotbed of nightlife that has a flavor for everyone. I have never seen so many people drinking out on the streets at night time before. My cousin (yes, I have family...
Posted by David Logan
07/01/2010 at 01:07 PM
Sang Hwa Lee and Eliza Vorenberg, Director of the ProBono Collaborative Here is a dispatch from Prof. Mary Holper, who directs the RWU Law Immigration Clinic. Sang Hwa Lee, a student in our Immigration Clinic, demonstrated outstanding commitment to his clients and excellence in all aspects of his clinical work.    Sang is a very promising advocate.  One of his clients was a woman who was stopped by immigration authorities during a raid on workers shoveling snow on the New England Patriot’s football field.  Sang carefully counseled his client about her right to...