Neil Kelly, a former police officer, is currently a member of the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General. He has served with five Attorney Generals. Neil was a prosecutor in the Criminal Division, and now is an Assistant Attorney General and Deputy Chief of the Civil Division. He has an accomplished law career representing the State of Rhode Island in a number of high profile cases including one that reached the U.S. Supreme Court. For the past 20 years he’s also been a member of Providence College School of Continuing Education’s (PC SCE’s) adjunct faculty, teaching a mix of law, criminology and political science courses.
Learn more about this accomplished member of the SCE faculty, including his somewhat surprising taste in music and what he did to win a scholarship for his own college education, in this “12 Questions with SCE” Faculty Feature profile….
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