Faculty News

  • Church State
    Is Wall Between Church and State Crumbling?
    Professor Diana Hassel, associate dean for academic affairs at RWU Law, has written a piece for the Roger Williams First Amendment blog.
  • Jones Act
    Gutoff, Nixon on Puerto Rico
    Amid mass power outages, food and water shortages, experts say that a 97-year-old maritime law could make recovering from the disaster more difficult.
  • Travel Ban
    AP: Margulies on New Travel Ban
    Professor Peter Margulies weighs in on how President Trump's revamped travel ban might attract new legal challenges — and how they might fare.


Meghan E. Siket

Meghan E. Siket
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Meghan's practice is focused primarily in the representation of employers with respect to all aspects of employment law, higher education law and related litigation.  Meghan regularly provides advice to clients on employee hiring and employment agreements, terminations and severance agreements, drafting and updating employer handbooks and policies, compliance with leave laws (ADA, FMLA, TCI, etc.), labor relations, non-competition and confidentiality issues, and she conducts related employee and management training.

Meghan defends clients in state and federal courts and agencies, including the RICHR and EEOC, the RIDLT and DOL, in employment matters such as wage and hour disputes and employment discrimination and sexual harassment.

Meghan also represents institutions of higher education with respect to education law issues, including updating and drafting school policies and procedures, and handling disputes and litigation arising under state and federal employment and education laws, including Section 504, ADA, Title VII and Title IX, the Clery Act and FERPA.