Student Award Winners Celebrated at Senior Day
Inaugural Michigan Law Team Competes in Prestigious Vis Moot
Michigan Law recently sent its first-ever team to compete in the 25th annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna. More than 360 teams from 82 countries participated in the prestigious competition, whose goal is to foster the study of international commercial law and arbitration.
Child Welfare Appellate Clinic Spearheads New Legislation
“There is no way we’re going to win this,” was not what Clinical Professor Vivek Sankaran, ’01, wanted to hear from his students. But he had to admit, the case looked grim.
Kylee Sunderlin, ’13, To Public Interest Students: “I Look Forward to Standing Next to You in the Trenches”
Kylee Sunderlin, ’13, will never forget the night when child protective services came into her family’s home. They were investigating allegations of neglect against her sister, which resulted in the court removing
Maureen Carroll Chosen for 2018 L. Hart Wright Teaching Award
Michael Smith has taken Civil Procedure and Complex Litigation with Assistant Professor Maureen Carroll, so when he says that she “gets law students,” he’s speaking from personal experience.
"Certainly, adoption is a good outcome for some children in foster care. Yet, we know too little to conclude that adoptions make sense for all of them."
—Clinical Professor Vivek Sankaran, in a
Los Angeles Times op-ed about quick adoptions not always being best for children in foster care.
June 8–July 1:
Ann Arbor Summer Festival
August 7–10: Early Interview Week
August 27–31: Orientation Week
September 4: Classes Begin