ACLU Attorney Gillian Thomas, ’96, Discusses ‘Accidental Heroines’ in Title VII Sex Discrimination Cases
Gillian Thomas, ’96, was practicing employment law in 2006 when the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark ruling in favor of plaintiff Sheila White, finding that her employer had violated Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act by retaliating against her for complaining about a supervisor's sexual harassment.
Congressman Ted Deutch, ’90, Addresses ‘Climate Change Politics’ During Recent Michigan Law Talk
Shortly after seeing Sen. James Inhofe, a Republican from Oklahoma, bring a snowball to the Senate floor to prove that climate change isn’t real, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, a Democrat, decided to work with his Republican colleagues to discuss the challenges of climate change.
Michigan Law Hosts Forum on Increasing Access to Justice
Integrating civil and criminal legal aid efforts, increasing legal aid funding, and raising awareness were some of the topics discussed at the Forum on Increasing Access to Justice, hosted at Michigan Law on October 25.
Michigan Law Hosts Once-in-a-generation Conference on Chinese Law
Earlier this month, Michigan Law welcomed more than 90 scholars from around the globe to a once-in-a-generation conference on Chinese law.
Michigan Innocence Clinic Awarded Department of Justice Grant to Litigate Forensic Science Cases
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has awarded the Michigan Innocence Clinic (MIC) a $275,000 grant to help litigate forensic science cases.
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