Congratulations on your Acceptance!

Welcome to RWU Law!  This site is your resource for next steps as the incoming class of 2020 prepares for law school. 

 

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If you haven't already secured your seat in our incoming class, don't wait any longer.

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Visit RWU Law!

You don't need to wait until next fall to see what it's like to be an RWU Law student. Throughout the Spring, we will host three Accepted Students Days where you will have the opportunity to connect with our students, alumni, faculty, and staff - register today! 

 

Can't wait until March?  Then our Campus Tour may be the perfect option for you! 

 

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Connect with the RWU Law Community

Your new law school community includes students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds and stretches from Bristol to Providence to Newport and beyond. Whether you have questions about where to live or where to find the best study spot - we've got you covered:  check out Life @ RWU or reach out to one of our Student Ambassadors to find out what life is really like here at RWU Law!

We've also created an exclusive Facebook Group for our first-year law students... the Class of 2023!  Connect with future classmates, ask questions, and learn about upcoming special events in this private community.  Join today!
 

Financial Aid Checklist

Financial Aid Checklist

Questions about how you will be able to finance your legal education?  We have two dedicated financial aid counselors to help you through the process!  Follow their comprehensive Financial Aid Checklist and if you have any specific questions reach out to them directly:

 

Counselor for Law Students with Last Name L-Z:  Kathryn Politano, Assistant Director of Financial Aid

 

Counselor for Law Students with Last Name L-Z:  Tina Bacon, Assistant Director of Financial Aid

 

 

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