Professor Anthony J. Santoro, who died yesterday, also served as the sixth president of Roger Williams University, and was a beloved professor to countless RWU Law alumni.
RWU Law announced today that Michael J. Yelnosky will step down as Dean at the end of the academic year, concluding an extraordinary six-year tenure. He will return to a full-time teaching position at the School of Law.
First Circuit Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson will deliver keynote on Dorothy R. Crockett, admitted to the bar in 1932 as one of state’s first seven women allowed to practice law.
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