Roxanne A. Stokes


Roxanne A. Stokes

Writing is something she has always done and will always do. She is a scholarly article writer, editor, and blog/social media manager for multiple publications at Suffolk Law School. She enjoys all forms of social networking and blogging but her true passion lies in creative fiction and poetry writing. Topic areas range from legal issues affecting education policy, high technology, and social media, to spirituality, business, health, and entertainment.


Don’t “Pin It” On Pinterest: Addressing The Conflict Between The Culture Of Sharing And Secondary Liability For Copyright Infringement

Suffolk Law School's Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) Link to Story

Pushing States toward Better Educational Achievement – A Look into No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top

This scholarly article takes a look at this country's emphasis on student achievement through standardized testing. It compares the Bush and Obama administrations education objectives and analyzes two major legislative initiatives, "No Child Left Behind" and "Race to the Top." It provides opinions on education reform and whether such emphasis on testing is truly improving educational achievement.
Bearing Witness: A Journal on Law and Social Responsibility Link to Story

Book Review - Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Competition: Access to Essential Innovation and Technology by E.L. Brown

Suffolk Law School's Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) Link to Story


That was the question we asked young readers at the beginning of Black History Month. Here are a few of the replies we received. Martin Luther King Jr. is my hero because he fought peacefully for freedom for all people. Harriet Tubman is also my hero because she freed over 300 slaves through the Underground Railroad.
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Roxanne A. Stokes

Roxanne A. Stokes was born and raised in New York City. She insists that writing is "in her blood" since she shares her love of writing with both of her parents who wrote and published poetry and nonfiction in the 1970s.

In 1997, her work was chosen to be published by The New York Daily News at the tender age of 11. Since then she has had goals of being a published poet and author of fiction and nonfiction prose.

Roxanne earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Philosophy from Smith College and recently earned her Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk Law school.

She has taken on further writing opportunities while in law school by earning an "Honorable Mention" award for her Legal Writing Memo and Oral Advocacy Skills. In 2012, she became a staff member of the law school's Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) where she also served as Blog Editor, editing and publishing several blog entries. In 2013, she published a book review for JHTL. She also published a scholarly article for the law school's new student-run publication, Bearing Witness, a journal on law and social responsibility. In 2014, her note was published by the Journal of High Technology Law and can be found on LexisNexis and Westlaw databases.

She welcomes the opportunity to write guest blog entries and online articles, or to edit scholarly work to be submitted for publication.

Roxanne always looks for ways to serve others from a young age and continues to do so through involvement in her church, in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and by mentoring youth in her community.



  • Blogging
  • Writing
  • Social Networking
  • Wordpress
  • Legal Research
  • Proofreading
  • Editing
  • Legal Writing
  • LexisNexis
  • Research
  • Social Media Management
  • Westlaw
  • Creative Writing