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  • September 02, 2014 | News & Features
    BRISTOL, R.I., September 2, 2014 – Judge Judith Colenback Savage has joined Roger Williams University School of Law as Distinguished Jurist in Residence. She will be teaching several courses throughout the 2014-2015 academic year and hosting a symposium on mass incarceration in the spring. “Judge Savage has so much to offer our students,” said Dean Michael J. Yelnosky. “She has worked as a lawyer in private practice and in the highest levels of state government, and she had a remarkable career...
  • April 10, 2013 |
    RWU Law Offers Choice in Pursuing Law Degree Accelerated and Flexible options let students to tailor legal education to fit their lifestyle. BRISTOL, R.I., April 10, 2013 – Roger Williams University School of Law now offers students the option to earn a three-year J.D. degree on an accelerated 2½-year track, or a more flexible four-year track. Students in the Accelerated Graduation Option can complete a J.D degree in two and one-half years, thereby saving an entire semester of living expenses...
  • January 21, 2012 |
    From GOLOCALPROV: "Cranston Prayer Controversy: What will it Cost?" by Patricia Resende CRANSTON, R.I., January 21, 2012 - The debate over whether to remove a prayer banner from the auditorium at Cranston West High School has sparked controversy, and one factor in that debate is just how much time and money taxpayers and officials are willing to spend to prove their point. The lawsuit was brought by the Rhode Island Local Affiliate of American Civil Liberties Union against the Cranston School...