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Posted by Natosha Chason
01/09/2013 at 02:59 PM
The majority of the people that you speak to about law school will tell you the same thing, “It’s hard, but worth it.”  As a 1L, it’s difficult to imagine this.  We all know law school is going to be hard.  If it wasn’t, then everyone would be there, right?  However, hard takes on a whole new meaning once you’re a law student.  You learn that sleep is not always a necessity, that studying on a Friday/Saturday night is completely normal, and that it will all “make” you even if it breaks you (and yes, I did break down in a hallway crying during finals, but I wasn’t the...
Posted by David Logan
01/09/2013 at 09:54 AM
Being the only law school in a state yields RWU students many benefits, regardless of whether they choose to remain in RI after graduation, and this past semester is proof why: Students got to interact with leading jurists; United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito spent a whole day with students and Legendary United Sates Court of Appeals Judge Bruce Selya taught his trademark course “Lessons of Litigation,” while Federal District...