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Posted by Julia Wyman
04/05/2016 at 12:06 PM
MAI Graduate Jobs! When I meet with prospective students interested in marine affairs, they often ask me what kind of jobs our graduates have.  It’s a great question and one that I love answering.  Our graduates can be found all over the country working in diverse marine affairs jobs. Some of our graduates leave RWU Law to work at top-ranked admiralty and maritime focused law firms.  Two graduates of the class of 2015 are part of that group.  Patrick O’Connor can be found at Hill, Betts, & Nash, LLP in New York, New York.  During his time at RWU Law, Patrick was a...
Posted by David Logan
12/03/2010 at 02:47 PM
Providence Business News laid it out in an article published this past summer: “Roger Williams University School of Law has quietly become a national leader in the field of marine law.” Any doubters need only have sat in on a session or two of the extraordinary meeting of minds that comprised the Marine Affairs Institute’s 8th Marine Law Symposium entitled “Taking Stock:  The Magnuson-Stevens Act Revisited,” held here last month. For those of you new to the field of marine law – and despite the field’s burgeoning importance, even many top attorneys are still unfamiliar with it – the...
Posted by David Logan
08/09/2010 at 12:00 AM
The headline in a recent edition of the Providence Business News (quoted above) hits it dead-on: RWU has built an excellent Marine Law program.  By focusing on all things marine—pollution, shipping, coastal development, alternative energy, (International) Law of the Sea, and even piracy—our students learn about cutting edge issues from top-shelf experts. One unique aspect of the program is the chance for our students to take courses at the oldest Marine Affairs program in the country (at the University of Rhode Island, just across the bay) and to get hands’-on learning by working on...
Posted by David Logan
08/02/2010 at 08:25 AM
Here is a dispatch from Lydia Hanhardt, Director of our Diversity Programs: June 27 was not an ordinary day at the law school. It marked the arrival of a small, but dynamic group of high school students, joined by their teacher, to the inaugural Marine Law Experience at RWU Law. A collaboration between the Office of Diversity and Outreach and the Marine Affairs Institute, the Experience brought six young diverse people to campus to help them prepare for college, and then hopefully law school, by capitalizing on their interest in Marine Law and Policy, a center of excellence at RWU Law. All...