Original Lincoln Document Donated to Clements Library in Honor of Three MLaw Alumni
Our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, is famed not only for his towering height and top hat, but also for his efforts in preserving the Union during the American Civil War and bringing about the emancipation of slavery.
Conference Reunites MLaw Professor and Tax Law Graduates
Professor Reuven Avi-Yonah, who directs Michigan Law’s International Tax LLM program, had reason to be proud at a recent tax law conference he attended at the University of Milan-Bicocca in Italy.
Four Michigan Law Clinical Fellows to Begin Teaching Positions at Law Schools
Four clinical fellows completed the Michigan Law Clinical Fellows program in the 2017–2018 academic year and will move into clinical teaching positions at universities throughout the United States.
Sara Hayat, LLM ’18: “Michigan Law Enriched My Relationship with Law Forever”
Sara Hayat, LLM ’18, doesn’t shy away from a challenge. Her decision to practice law as a young girl living in Lahore, Pakistan, led her to travel to the United Kingdom to earn her first LLM degree at age 21.
New Digital Legal Journal on Autonomous Cars Co-Launched by Michigan Law
Michigan Law and U-M’s Mcity, in close collaboration with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, ’82, and the Michigan Council on Future Mobility, have announced the launch of a new Law and Mobility Project to promote research, education, and scholarship focused on the intersection of law and mobility transformation.
"Abolishing ICE could mean fixing immigration enforcement culture or shrinking the agency’s reach, or both. For most proponents, this wouldn’t mean eliminating its more important tasks but putting those in a new structure that could control ICE’s perceived excesses."
—Professor Margo Schlanger, in a co-authored piece for
The Washington Post about the #AbolishICE movement and possible ways the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency could be restructured.
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