Lip-Syncing and an Absence of Blue Jeans Highlight Professor Krier's Blue Jeans Lecture
Korematsu Day Commemoration Considers Internment's Parallels to Trump’s Immigration Ban
As part of a nationwide commemoration of Fred Korematsu Day on January 30, the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Muslim Law Students Association co-sponsored a celebratory dinner and panel to honor the Japanese-American civil rights icon.
Michigan Innocence Clinic Client Lamarr Monson Released after Judge Orders New Trial
Monson's attorneys at the Michigan Innocence Clinic moved to overturn his conviction in 2015, three years after a woman revealed that her ex-boyfriend had committed the murder of Christina Brown. Three years later, the Clinic learned that a fingerprint matching that same suspect had been found.
Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Susanne Baer, '93, Stress the Importance of Diverse Communities during U-M Visit
MLK Day Speaker Beydoun: Have the Energy and the Proactive Spirit to Take Part
Beydoun, an associate professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law who focuses on critical race theory, visited Michigan Law on Jan. 16 to lead the event "Politics, Protests, Law, and Islam."
"Especially if we want to have patients be more cost-conscious to keep costs down, opaque pricing does us no favors. [It] create[s] lots of opportunities for gaming and middlemen."
—Assistant Professor Nicholson Price, in the
Los Angeles Times, about the true cost of pharmaceutical drugs.
February 25–March 5: Winter Break
March 7: ELPP Careers Series: Neil Kagan
March 13: And Then There Were Nine (Again): The Future of the Supreme Court