Justice Neil M. Gorsuch relies heavily on an article by Professor David Logan in arguing that the court should have heard a challenge to its landmark 1964 holding in New York Times v. Sullivan.
This fall, RWU Law becomes one of just a handful of law schools nationwide to introduce a new required course on “Race & the Foundations of American Law” to its core legal curriculum.
Marianna Nava, a rising 2L at RWU Law, has been selected to receive a Federal Magistrate Judges Association (FMJA) Fellowship in the program’s inaugural year.
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