Newly minted lawyers graduating from Roger Williams University School of Law in May will hear from two major newsmakers: first Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., Director of the National Institute of Allergy and
While Congress struggles to pass federal voter rights legislation, a pair of RWU Law-affiliated lawmakers – Senator Dawn Euer L‘10 (D-RI District 13, Newport), and current 1L, House Majority Whip
Brown Jackson could become the first Black woman U.S. Supreme Court justice. But as law student Brooklyn Crockton discovered, being mistaken for a defendant while entering a courtroom is all too common for Black lawyers.
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