Decof, Decof & Barry to Support Roger Williams University School of Law’s Champions for Justice Event

Providence, Rhode Island – January 24, 2017 – Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C. (DD&B), a leading personal injury law firm in the New England area, announces that it will serve as a PBC (“Pro Bono Collaborative”) Table Sponsor of Champions for Justice, a special evening to celebrate and support the students, alumni, partners and friends of Roger Williams University School of Law “whose outstanding devotion to social justice increases access to justice for all.” The event will be held at the Omni Providence Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island on Friday, January 27.

Champions for Justice will consist of a reception, dinner, awards and auction. The event will honor Stephen M. Prignano, Esq. as the 2017 Champion for Justice; Swapna Yeluri, Esq. L’07 as the Alumni Public Interest Champion, Rhode Island Medical-Legal Partnership; and Patrick T. Jones, Esq. as Pro Bono Collaborative Champion.

The awards ceremony will be followed by a Public Interest Auction, which will feature opportunities to connect with the RWU Law community of champions and focus on strengthening professional connections and building new relationships.

“We are honored to join Champions for Justice as a sponsor,” said Patrick C. Barry, Esq. “We at Decof, Decof & Barry congratulate the members of the RWU Law community and all they do for public service, the access to justice and the value of experiential education.”

A portion of each ticket purchase will benefit the many social justice programs at RWU Law, including Pro Bono Collaborative, Public Interest Clinical Externships and RWU Law Clinics. More details are available at

About Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C.
Originally founded in 1975, Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C. is a leader in the New England area for personal injury law. The firm represents clients in various practice areas, including personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability/defective products, automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, aircraft crashes and airline liability, pregnancy and birth injuries, spinal cord injuries and professional malpractice. The firm was Rhode Island’s first law group to dedicate itself solely to personal injury.

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