Come meet Dean David Logan, Assistant Dean of Admissions Michael Donnelly-Boylen, and Assistant Dean of Career Development Veronica Paricio in New York City and learn about RWU Law. Then, mingle with some of our alums at the Alumni Reception immediately following the Info Session.
The topic for this luncheon will be Sea Grant Law Fellowships: A Student Perspective.
Come learn more about the Sea Grant Law Fellow program and the experiences some of your classmates have had with the fellowships. It will be an informal opportunity to ask your classmates how the fellowships have fit into their overall law school experiences.
Kaitlyn Cox 2L, will take about her research on development rights and rolling easements in New England;
Join our students and admissions staff online for an informal, hour-long question and answer session.
Get the "inside" scoop on:
- The application and decision-making process
- Activities, organizations, and other opportunities to enhance the law school experience
- Housing in the campus vicinity
- Living in the Bristol, RI area
This is an excellent opportunity to hear more about RWU Law from our students' perspectives.
Please join us for dinner and a screening of the newly-released 30-minute documentary “Defending Gideon” narrated by Martin Sheen and produced by the Constitution Project, followed by a panel discussion.
Tara Allen, Assistant Federal Defender, District of RI
Gerald J. Coyne, Deputy Attorney General, RIAG
Debra Krupp, Training Coordinator, Committee for Public Counsel Services, MA
Magistrate Charles J. Levesque – Family Court, former RI State Senator
Sponsored by: the Federalist Society
Professor John Stinneford (University of Florida Law) speaking about the death penalty and cruel and unusual punishment.
Open to RWU Law students only.
Sponsored by: Juvenile Law Society
Veronica Chinchilla from the Rhode Island Community for Justice will speak about the disproportionate minority contacts of juveniles within Rhode Island.
Open to RWU Law students only.
Sponsored by: Elder Law Society
"Tough Decision in Later Life: Older Adults and Driving"
Speakers: Lisa D'Ambrosio & Julie Miller (MIT AgeLab)
Join us for a discussion on the roles that family, caregivers, health care providers, and other stakeholders play in what for many older adults is a difficult issue: to decide to cut back or stop driving. The experts from MIT AgeLab will discuss the aging process and the impact on driving.
Questions? Please contact the Office of Alumni, Programs & Events at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepted Students Day is a wonderful opportunity for those admitted to RWU Law for Fall 2013 to meet each other, tour the school, chat with faculty members, and get better acquainted with the law school community.
Attendance is by invitation only. Please RSVP here, or contact the Office of Admissions at (800) 633-2727.
Admitted Students-- please join us for an informal hour-long question and answer online chat session. The topic of this chat will be focused on career development, academic support, and bar support.
Participants will include:
- Erin Wright, Associate Director of Career Development
- Kathy Thompson, Director of Academic Success Program
- John Ralston, Associate Director of Bar Support
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