Faculty News

  • 1st Amendment
    RWU's News First Amendment Blog
    Inspired by RWU’s namesake, the new blog focuses on five freedoms: of religion, of speech, of the press, to assemble peaceably, to petition government
  • Flag Burning
    Yelnosky on Flag Burning
    Dean Michael Yelnosky talks about two U.S. Supreme Court rulings that protect flag-burning as a form of free speech under the First Amendment.
  • Trump Effect
    Horwitz on the 'Trump Effect'
    It's uncertain how a Trump administration will affect police-minority relationships in Rhode Island -- but national tone can impact what happens on local streets.


Jay Miller

Jay Miller
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at law

Jay Miller has an active mediation practice after a distinguished career that includes service as a trial judge in Texas, as in-house corporate counsel, as an assistant district attorney, and in private practice.  He has served as a Voting Rights Attorney for two presidential campaigns.