This gathering offers Rhode Island high school and college students an opportunity to learn more about the legal profession and to interact with diverse judges, lawyers and law students.
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Providence Marriott Downtown
1 Orms Street
Moderated by Kas R. DeCarvalho, Esq.
Fontaine, DeCarvalho & Bell LLP
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 the many experiential learning opportunities available at RWU Law.
Participants will include:
The 2012/2013 RI Sea Grant Law Fellows will present their work at an informal colloquium at which sponsoring organizations will also be attending and participating.
If your organization is interested in seeking the research services of a Law Fellow, please join us and learn more about the Rhode Island Sea Grant Law Fellow Program and how a fellow may be able to assist your research needs. Please contact Julia Wyman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Admitted Students-- please join a panel of current RWU Law students and admissions staff for an informal hour-long question and answer online chat session. The topic of this chat will be focused on housing and student life.
This is an excellent opportunity to hear more about RWU Law from our students' perspectives.
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By Invitation Only
The Marine Affairs faculty from RWU School of Law and URI's Department of Marine Affairs, along with invited guests and students, will meet for its Spring Faculty Dinner.
Prof. Robert Collins will give a presentation entitled "Lozman: Is a Houseboat a Vessel" on the 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision regarding the nature of a houseboat.