RWU Law partners with the Alpert Medical School of Brown Medical School and the Rhode Island Center for Law and Public Policy in the Rhode Island Medical-Legal Partnership for Children. This unique collaboration offers legal services to low-income families at Hasbro Children’s Hospital.
June 18, 2010 |"'Betty is my real-life hero,' Hilary Swank says of her justice-seeking biopic role in Conviction." - US Magazine, Sept. 27, 2010 Read the Dean's Blog on RWU Law's Special Advance Screening of Conviction on Oct. 25! For more photos of the event, visit RWU's Flickr page. View WJAR NBC 10's Story on the movie's RWU Law Connection! Get the full, true-life story in RWU Law's Amicus Magazine Read the New York Times feature. Read the USA TODAY feature. See CNN's Larry King Live focus...Abra Rice, Betty Ann Waters, Conviction, Hilary Swank, Minnie Driver, Roger Williams Law, Roger Williams University, Roger Williams University School of Law, RWU, RWU Law, wrongful conviction