Glynn Washington, '96, to Deliver May Senior Day Address
Michigan Law to Offer Master's Degree in Advanced Corporation Law
Lawyers looking to advance their career now have the opportunity to earn a Master of Advanced Corporation Law ("MACL") from the University of Michigan Law School.
MJLR Symposium Explores Energy and Environmental Regulation as a Bipartisan Interest
The Michigan Journal of Law Reform (MJLR) recently held a symposium focusing on the status of energy and environmental regulation in today’s contentious political climate.
Latham’s Leading Women Series Kicks Off with Microsoft VP Carolyn Frantz, ’00
Just because you can’t see the glass ceiling doesn’t mean it is nonexistent, Carolyn Frantz, ’00, told a packed room of Michigan Law students at the inaugural Leading Women talk earlier this week. Sponsored by Latham & Watkins, the series profiles Michigan Law alumni who are leaders in business.
"Can you libel or slander the dead? This book offers a variety of possible answers through numerous lenses, and develops theories by tackling increasingly large implications and crisscrossing the lines between law, culture, philosophy, and the meaning of life."
—Professor Don Herzog, about his book,
Defaming the Dead (Yale University Press, 2017).
Fall 2018 Preview: Problem Solving Initiative Offerings
March 7: A Lawyer's Life: Pro Bono Practice at Firms