Faculty News

  • Judge Shopping
    Horwitz on 'Judge-Shopping' Decision
    Professor Andrew Horwitz tells the Providence Journal why a Rhode Island Superior Court "judge-shopping" decision doesn't reflect the reality of lawyers' roles.
  • The Today Show: Coombs on Manning
    Visiting Associate Professor of Law David Coombs, lead defense counsel for Chelsea Manning in the WikiLeaks court martial, offers a case update on The Today Show.
  • Cyberstalking
    Horwitz on Cyberstalking Decision
    Professor Andrew Horwitz explains to Lawyers Weekly why a union leader's "harrassing" emails to a politician were protected under the First Amendment.


Commander Andrew Norris

Commander Andrew Norris
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Commander Andrew Norris is the U.S. Coast Guard representative to the International Law Department staff.  Previously, he served a four-year tour in Honolulu, Hawaii, as the Staff Judge Advocate for the Fourteenth Coast Guard District.  Prior to that, from 2002-2006, Commander Norris was an assistant professor of law at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut.