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  • September 28, 2016 | News & Features
    Deborah Johnson, Director of Diversity and Outreach at RWU Law, has been re-elected to a second term as president of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys (MBWA) association. Focused on the eradication of racism and sexism in the legal profession, the MBWA aims to help women of color – and particularly African-American women – advance in their careers. The group sponsors panels, community initiatives and mentorships, pairing seasoned practitioners with younger black female attorneys and...
  • October 29, 2015 | News & Features
    Deborah Johnson, Director of Diversity and Outreach at RWU Law, has been elected president of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys (MBWA) association. Focused on the eradication of racism and sexism in the legal profession, the MBWA aims to help women of color – and particularly African-American women – advance in their careers. The group sponsors panels, community initiatives and mentorships, pairing seasoned practitioners with younger black female attorneys and law students. Under Johnson'...
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    Women’s role in law growing By Denise Perreault, PBN Staff Writer To highlight the increasingly significant role of women in the law, Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol is presenting a year-long series of seminars on “Women Who Lead,” which kicked off Oct. 29 with an address by Margaret H. Marshall, chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts. David A. Logan, dean of the law school and a law professor, said he proposed the series in part as a result of the...