Faculty News

  • Trade Law
    Forbes: Argento on Trade Secrets
    Professor Zoe Argento argues that 'the costs outweigh the benefits of bolstering trade secret law to respond to cyber-misappropriation of trade secrets.'
  • Krishna: ABA Leader in CED Law
    Professor Gowri Krishna, as chair of ABA’s Community Economic Development Committee, will work ‘to create stronger, healthier communities.’
  • BP Oil Spill
    Logan on BP Negligence Finding
    Professor David Logan explains why a federal court finding BP acted with “gross negligence” in 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster doesn't presage criminal trial outcomes.


Deming Sherman

Deming Sherman
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law
Deming Sherman is a partner at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP in Providence, where he is a trial lawyer.  He has litigated commercial, environmental, real estate and trust and probate cases in federal and state courts for more than 40 years.  He served as Managing Partner for nine years and developed and presents an annual course on legal ethics to the firm's lawyers.

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