How a young Dominican woman – not yet out of high school – found herself among the law students attending a chat with famed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A Stanford Law professor argues that traditional civil rights approaches are no longer enough – and that “new thinking” is required to address discrimination and inequality in today’s society.
Mark Fallon, RWU '78, author of "Unjustifiable Means," will speak at RWU Law on Feb. 8, explaining why torture is illegal, immoral, ineffective and counterproductive
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