Roger Williams University School of Law announces its seventh United States Supreme Court alumni swearing-in ceremony.
Dean Michael J. Yelnosky will invite the candidates for admission to join him for breakfast the morning of the swearing-in ceremony. The breakfast will be held at 8:00 a.m. at the Supreme Court of the United States. Supreme Court oral arguments will take place after the ceremony.
Space is limited to twelve (12) attorney admissions. Alumni must be a member in good standing of the highest court of their jurisdiction for the past three years. Priority of acceptance into this program will be given to RWU Law graduates in order of receiving their email intent. A wait list will be taken once the twelve spaces are filled. You are allowed only one guest inside the courtroom. This program is now waitlisted. If you wish to participate, please indicate your intent via email to email@example.com.
Once you receive confirmation from the School of Law, you must follow the steps below to complete the application process.
The following criteria must be met for admission of U.S. Supreme Court Bar:
(1) Be a member in good standing of the highest court of your jurisdiction for a period of at least three years immediately before October 2014.
(2) Present a certificate of good standing from that court.
(3) Be sponsored by two current members of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar.
(4) Pay the $200 fee.
(5) Complete the Supreme Court of the United States Application for Admission to Practice Form.
For complete admission information and forms, visit the U.S. Supreme Court Bar Admission website.
Members from the sixth RWU Law Alumni Group Swearing-in event for admission to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States held February 2014: Jillian Jagling'09; Sara Sprague'08; Heath Hixson'09; H. Brian Dummer'09; Scott Carlson'09; Ashley Ham Pong'10; Associate Dean Diana Hassel; Adam Ramos'06; Lt. Col. Carroll Connelley'03; Timothy Gumkowski'06; Professor of Law and Former Dean David Logan; Jared Monaco'04; and Katherine Godin'08.