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  • September 18, 2014 | News & Features
    Read Professor Krishna's article in the July 2014 edition of the ABA's CED Committee Newsletter here. PROVIDENCE, R.I., September 18, 2014 – A Roger Williams University School of Law professor has been appointed to head the American Bar Association committee tasked with improving the practice of community economic development law across the United States. Associate Clinical Professor of Law Gowri Krishna, who also directs RWU Law’s Community Economic Development Clinic, was formally named as...
  • August 16, 2013 |
    From the WASHINGTON POST: "The Bar Association panel should diversify its representation" by Michael J. Yelnosky August 15 (web) & 16 (print), 2013: Michael J. Yelnosky is a professor at Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, R.I.At its annual meeting last week, the American Bar Association (ABA) named six new lawyers to its 15-member Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary, which rates potential nominees for federal judicial vacancies. As it has for years, the ABA...