Faculty News

  • Monestier on Web Jurisdiction
    Professor Tanya Monestier explains why courts are struggling to come up with a practical framework for dealing with the issue of web-based jurisdiction.
  • From Hate to Hope
    From Hate to Hope
    How the horrific experiences of lawyers and judges under the Third Reich have informed the lives – and legal philosophies – of their descendants.
  • Legal fees
    Kuckes on Legal Fees Ruling
    Professor Niki Kuckes discusses Rhode Island ruling that affidavits or expert testimony supporting counsel fee motion must come from lawyer not involved in case.


Colleen Brown

Colleen Brown
Professor of Legal Practice

J.D., Northeastern University
M.A., Brandies University
A.B., Bowdoin College

Contact:
401-254-4629

Professor Brown teaches Legal Practice. She comes to Roger Williams School of Law with extensive experience teaching Legal Research and Writing, having taught for six years as an adjunct faculty member at New England School of Law and for four years on a full-time basis at Suffolk University Law School. Professor Brown has also served as a staff attorney for the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and as a staff attorney and prosecutor for the Rhode Island Ethics Commission. She is a graduate of Bowdoin College and Northeastern University School of Law.