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Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Jr., of the Supreme Court of the United States recently spent a day at RWU Law, meeting with students,
teaching a Constitutional Law class and participating in a “fireside chat” with the Honorable Ronald Cass. Such visits have become something
of a tradition at Rhode Island’s only law school. In 2011, students enjoyed a visit from Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, and in 2008 from
Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. Earlier that year, Chief Justice John Roberts addressed Roger Williams law students and swore in more than
recent alumni to the federal bar.
Justice Alito
L Tunde Adepegba welcomes
Justice Alito to RWU Law.
The Honorable Francis X. Flaherty of the
Supreme Court of Rhode Island (second
from left) – and clerks Cassandra Feeney
and David Disegna ’12 – meet Justice Alito.
Fireside chat with Justice Alito
and the Honorable Ronald Cass.
Roger Williams
School of Law