Amy Goins '12, law clerk to the Honorable Gilbert V. Indeglia, has been elected President of the Board of Common Cause Rhode Island.

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Goins '12: Common Cause RI Board President

Amy Goins '12, law clerk to the Honorable Gilbert V. Indeglia, has been elected President of the Board of Common Cause Rhode Island.

From the Common Cause Rhode Island Report: "Meet Board President, Amy Goins ['12]"

Amy Goins '12Winter 2013: We are pleased to announce that our Governing Board elected Amy Goins [RWU Law '12] as President of the Board of Common Cause Rhode Island in November 2012.

Amy is a lifelong Rhode Islander and her election as President comes one year after her election as Secretary of the Board and two years after she joined the Board in 2010. Amy is a graduate of Roger Williams University School of Law and Brown University and is admitted to practice law in Rhode Island. She is currently serving a one-year term as a law clerk to the Honorable Gilbert V. Indeglia, Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. Amy is looking forward to working with the Common Cause staff, board, Advisory Council, and supporters to accomplish our legislative agenda in 2013 and beyond. She also hopes to strength the connection between Common Cause and RWU Law and to continue our outreach to a new generation of supporters.

For further information, click here.

To read Dean Logan's 2010 blog about Goins and Common Cause, click here.