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Posted by Netti Vogel
07/19/2016 at 09:21 PM
Later this month, Democrats will meet in Philadelphia to nominate a woman as the party’s candidate for president.  Unrelated to political partisanship, this historic event highlights the dramatic changes undergone by women in our society — changes I have witnessed and experienced firsthand.  Coincidentally, Hillary Clinton and I were born the same year, in the same city and raised a stone’s throw away from each other, although we did not know each other.  We were children of the 1950s, teens of the 1960s, and feminist activists of the 1970s.  We grew up in a male-dominated...
Posted by Michael Yelnosky
07/08/2016 at 05:01 PM
A note I sent to the student body of RWU Law today: Good Afternoon Sadly, communities across the country continue to be ravaged by the use of deadly force by police officers against people of color.  The recent instances in Louisiana and Minnesota are all the more disturbing because the shootings or their aftermath were captured on video. I went numb last night as I watched Philando Castile bleeding to death in the passenger seat of a car driven by his girlfriend, who said the couple, with a child in the back seat, had been pulled over for a broken tail light. Mr. Castile’s name joins...
Posted by David Logan
07/07/2016 at 10:39 AM
One of the great things about RWU Law is the initiative that our students display by reaching out to the world outside of law school.  One such example was a basketball tournament featuring teams of law students and  teams of police officers.        Conceived and organized by Arwa Noorali ’16, the indefatigable President of the Criminal Law Society, the goal was to have fun while raising money in memory of police officers killed in the line of duty.  Working with the New England branch of “COPS” (Concerns of Police Survivors), and named in honor of Sgt....