Faculty News

  • Professor Niki Kuckes
    Kuckes on Grand Jury Secrecy
    Professor Niki Kuckes explains why grand jury materials are rarely made public to ensure the integrity of an investigation such as that involving 38 Studios.
  • 38 Studios
    Good Reason for Secrecy on 38 Studios
    In a Providence Journal Op-Ed, Professor Niki Kuckes argues that -- despite extensive criticism -- legitimate reasons support keeping 38 Studios investigation private.
  • Monestier on Web Jurisdiction
    Professor Tanya Monestier explains why courts are struggling to come up with a practical framework for dealing with the issue of web-based jurisdiction.


Faculty Spotlights

Professor Horwitz is the Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, overseeing the clinical programs, clinical externships, pro bono programs, and...

After graduating first in her class from Osgoode Hall, one of Canada’s top law schools, Professor Tanya Monestier clerked for the Honourable...

Professor Larry Ritchie teaches Torts, Criminal Procedure, Advanced Criminal Procedure, and Evidence at RWU.  While teaching at...

Professor Santoro was the founding dean at both Roger Williams University School of Law and Widener Law School (Harrisburg), and served as...

Professor Cecily Banks serves as a Professor of Legal Practice. A member of the RWU faculty since 2003, Professor Banks teaches classes in legal...

The Distinguished Research Professor of Law from 2008-2010, and a former member of the Yale Law Journal and a Director of Yale’s Moot Court,...

After a successful term at Yale Law School (where she served on the Yale Law Journal, the Yale Journal of Law and Policy, and the Yale Journal of...

As an instructor of Dispute Resolution, Professor Bruce Kogan and his students work with the Rhode Island court system...

Professor Jonathan Gutoff is one of the nation’s top experts on piracy and maritime law issues. In addition to his popular courses on...

While serving as an associate at Shearman & Sterling in Washington, D.C., Professor Goldstein became one of the first civilian lawyers allowed...