NBC 10 WJAR spoke to Dean David Logan, Associate Dean Andrew Horwitz and Law Librarian Nan Balliot about Betty Anne Waters '98.

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NBC 10 WJAR spoke to Dean David Logan, Associate Dean Andrew Horwitz and Law Librarian Nan Balliot about Betty Anne Waters '98.

NBC 10 WJAR spoke to Dean David Logan, Associate Dean Andrew Horwitz and Law Librarian Nan Balliot about the real-life law school experience of Betty Anne Waters '98.

To read the Providence Journal's coverage of the story -- including another interview with Nan Balliot and one with Professor Larry Ritchie -- click here.