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Trending@RWULaw

08/18/2014
By Dean Michael J. Yelnosky
In this space, which we have named trending@rwulaw, you will be able to hear the many voices that make up the RWU Law community. Beginning soon, you will find here posts from members of the faculty,...

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  • August 20, 2014 | In the Media
    From WPRO's Buddy Cianci Show: "Professor Peter Margulies on Child Immigration Crisis" July 29, 2014: WPRO's Tara Granahan spoke to Professor Peter Margulies, Director of the Immigration Clinic at RWU Law, about current issues facing both Rhode Island and the nation, related to the more than 52,000 unaccompanied children who have entered the U.S. illegally over the past nine months from Central America. To listen, click here.
  • July 15, 2014 | In the Media
    From the HUFFINGTON POST: "Cheering for the USA From a Detention Center in Florence, Arizona" by Luis F. Mancheno, Staff Attorney, the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Arizona. July 9, 2014: Through a tinted glass window I saw a group of men watching a World Cup match. Neither Belgium nor the US had scored any goals yet. "Cuidado!" ("Watch out!") yelled one of the men when one of the Belgian players got close to scoring. Everybody had their eyes glued to the television. This game...
  • March 01, 2012 |
    From the ABA JOURNAL: "Immigration Law Raises a Unique Mix of Ethics Issues for Lawyers" by G. M. Filisko March 1, 2012: Immigration law isn’t necessarily a haven for unscrupulous practitioners. But it often seems that way, say lawyers in the field. Generally, state disciplinary agencies don’t track complaints and actions against lawyers on the basis of their fields of practice. “Like every other board of professional responsibility, most of our complaints are related to criminal or domestic...
  • February 17, 2012 |
    From GoLocalProv: "RWU Law Professor Appointed to RI Foundation Board" by the GoLocalProv News Team PROVIDENCE, February 17, 2012: Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced his appointment of Roger Williams University School of Law Professor Jorge O. Elorza to the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Foundation. “Professor Elorza is the perfect candidate for the Rhode Island Foundation’s Board of Directors,” Governor Chafee said. “He is a true Rhode Island success story. The son of...
  • December 22, 2009 |
    Read more about our Public Interest Program BRISTOL, R.I., Dec. 22, 2009 – With a new immigration clinic, a major gift boosting its pro bono legal programs, prestigious awards from the Rhode Island Legal Services and the NAACP, a National Jurist rating as one of New England’s top two public-interest law schools, and a growing regional visibility and impact, Roger Williams University School of Law in many ways came into its own in 2009. The launch of RWU Law’s new Immigration Clinic in September...