Maria Gritsenko, LLM ’06, Breaking Gender Barriers in International Arbitration
Maria Gritsenko, LLM ’06, is proof that the field of international arbitration—once an elite club dominated by older Western European men—has opened itself to progress.
Michigan Innocence Clinic Client Raymond McCann Exonerated
The victory came too late to avoid 20 months behind bars, the loss of his job and marriage, and ostracization in his community. But thanks to the work of the Michigan Innocence Clinic at Michigan Law and the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law
Bayrex Martí, ’06: Helping Students Navigate Law School Life
Bayrex Martí, ’06, had numerous mentors at Michigan Law who helped him succeed academically and professionally. As the Law School’s new assistant dean for student life, Martí is paying it forward by helping the next generation of students navigate law school life.
Michigan Law Graduate Elected to Constitutional Court of Croatia
Michigan Law graduate Goran Selanec has been elected a justice of the Constitutional Court of Croatia for an eight-year term ending in October 2025. Justice Selanec, who received his LLM in 2002 and his SJD in 2012 from Michigan Law, is the youngest person ever elected to the Court.
1L Encourages Future Students to Gather Experiences Before Law School
Born in Detroit and raised in the surrounding area, 1L Russell Lawson is a Michigan native whose ambitions have taken him across the globe and now to the halls of the Law Quad.
Blue Jeans Lecture Urges Students to Use Their Talents to Help Others
When Eve Brensike Primus, ’01, the recipient of this year’s L. Hart Wright Award for Excellence in Teaching, presented her Blue Jeans Lecture, it was easy to see why she’d won. Teacher, storyteller, firebrand—Primus quite simply brings the law to life, inspiring everyone within range.
"It suggests that the Supreme Court is more sympathetic to the government than the prior orders suggested. I think the courts of appeal were doing it right. I think it would have been more appropriate to deny this stay. But there’s still a battle to fight."
—Professor Margo Schlanger in The National, about the U.S. Supreme Court allowing President Trump's third travel ban to take full effect.