By Katie Mulvaney
I have had the good fortune of covering the courts in Rhode Island for The Providence Journal since 2009. I relish the beat for both its emotional and legal elements. It keeps me engaged and...
For the Class of 2017 the average entering age was 25. Students ages ranged from 20 to 65.
October 27, 2015 | News & FeaturesTHIS FRIDAY: Congressman David Cicilline keynotes an important conference on the continuing crusade for LGBT rights. BRISTOL, R.I., October 27, 2015: Now that the issue of marriage equality has been definitively settled by the Supreme Court of the United States, some believe that the fight for LGBTQ equality rights has been fought and won. However, important legal challenges remain, including issues of family law, trusts and estates, housing, employment, education and other civil...
February 19, 2013 |From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "PolitiFact: Privacy has its limitations" by C. Eugene Emery Jr., Journal Staff Writer February 17, 2013: [...] Rep. Brian Patrick Kennedy, a Democrat from Hopkinton, wants to put some limitations on how much private information you must reveal if you apply for a job or enroll in a school. [...] It was this sentence in his news release that caught our eye, particularly the reference to employer rights: “Employers and schools have no more right to this private...employee, employer, kennedy, law, privacy, private, professor, rights, Roger Williams, RWU, yelnosky