RWU Law's extended family gathered Thursday night for an 'online edition' of its signature Champions for Justice event, raising funds for the school's public service legal initiatives in Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, and beyond.
The Honorable Elizabeth Ortiz ’10, associate justice of the R.I. Family Court, and Alyse Antone Smith '18, of the R.I. Attorney General's Office, will discuss RBG's indelible imprint on issues of gender equity in the workplace.
Last December, RWU Law invited Ocean State students from grades K through 12 to submit essays and artworks on how they have been inspired by the legacy of late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And now, without further ado, here are the winning essays.
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