The Roger Williams University Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship and commentary that is managed, edited and published by students of Roger Williams University School of Law. The Law Review publishes three issues each year. The Fall issue is devoted to topics of national interest. The Spring issue focuses on topics with a unique Rhode Island flavor, featuring a topical survey of Rhode Island law. The Law Review also publishes a third issue, the focus of which varies yearly. Committed to serving both a national and Rhode Island audience, the Law Review is distributed to law school libraries, government institutions, private law firms, and individual subscribers.
Current Issue: Volume 22, Issue 2 (2017) Marine Law Symposium Vol. 22: No. 2 (Spring 2017)
Picking Up the Pieces: Congress's Role in Combatting the Global Issue of Marine Debris
Sheldon Whitehouse and Lisa Murkowski
Plastics in the Ocean: The Environmental Plague of Our Time
Joan M. Bondareff, Maggie Carey, and Carleen Lyden-Kluss
The Big Apple's Tiny Problem: A Legal Analysis of the Microplastic Problem in the N.Y./N.J. Harbor
Sean Dixon, Zachary Lees, and Andrea Leshak