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06/17/2016
By Dean Michael J. Yelnosky
Last Sunday, when the scope of the tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando began to emerge, I sent the following email to the student body: Tragically, once again Americans are mourning the loss of...

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  • March 23, 2016 | News & Features
    In a guest column for the American Constitution Society (ACS), Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Professor David A. Logan of Roger Williams University School of Law ask, "Could a New Supreme Court Justice Help Restore Fundamental Civil Liberties?" March 22, 2016: President Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court of the United States, if confirmed, is an opportunity to restore important civil liberties that have been eroded over three decades of dominance by five...
  • September 29, 2014 | In the Media
    From WPRO: "Dean Yelnosky on Attorney General Eric Holder," by Steve Klamkin, WPRO Saturday Morning News Sept. 27, 2014: Dean Michael J. Yelnosky speaks with WPRO's Steve Klamkin about Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation, his legacy and his possible successors. To listen to the full interview, click here.
  • May 16, 2013 |
    From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "AP phone log seizure is echo of Nixon era" by Edward Fitzpatrick, Journal Political Columnist [...] Granted, there are distinctions between what’s happening now and what happened under President Nixon. “But still, it’s government power,” said David A. Logan, dean of the Roger Williams University School of Law. “And that is why you need a free press.” [...] Logan, who has written and spoken about First Amendment issues, said, “It’s a troubling pattern for those who...