Faculty News

  • 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.
  • From Hate to Hope
    From Hate to Hope
    How the horrific experiences of lawyers and judges under the Third Reich have informed the lives – and legal philosophies – of their descendants.
  • Legal fees
    Kuckes on Legal Fees Ruling
    Professor Kiki Kuckes discusses Rhode Island ruling that affidavits or expert testimony supporting counsel fee motion must come from lawyer not involved in case.


William M. Kolb

William M. Kolb
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at Law
William Kolb is the sole member of the Law Offices of William M. Kolb, LLC in Providence, Rhode Island.  He is a graduate of Brown University, Boston University Graduate School of Management and Northeastern University School of Law.  In his current practice, he focuses primarily on commercial, real estate and personal injury litigation.  He also represents an association of retired municipal firefighters with respect to their pension benefits.  Before going to law school, he worked as an accountant for several regional public accounting firms in Rhode Island.