Faculty News

  • Yelnosky: Future of Public Sector Union 'Dues'
    Dean Michael Yelnosky discusses why a Trump Supreme Court is likely to overturn 40 years of precedent on public sector collective bargaining agreements.
  • Gonzales: Licenses for the Undocumented?
    Deborah Gonzalez, Director of RWU Law's Immigration Law Clinic, joined Dan Yorke to discuss report on driver’s licenses for undocumented Rhode Islanders.
  • Bradley 'Chelsea' Manning
    NBC News: Coombs on Chelsea Manning
    RWU Law Professor David Coombs talks to NBC News about why President Obama should commute the 35-year sentence against convicted 'WikiLeaker' Manning.


Ondine Sniffin

Ondine Sniffin
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law

Ondine Sniffen is an attorney with Mills and Born LLP, where she has an immigration law practice. Prior to joining the firm she was the legal director of the Immigration Law, Education & Advocacy Project of Catholic Social Services of Fall River, where she provides direct legal representation in Immigration Court to immigrants in southeastern Massachusetts.