Michigan Law Class of 2020 Celebration
Join us in paying tribute to Michigan Law School's most recent graduates on a special website.
Michigan Law Joins Other Law Schools in Urging Reconsideration of NY Bar Exam Decision
Michigan Law and other non-New York based law schools have asked the Court of Appeals for the State of New York to reconsider its April 30 Notice to offer limited seating for New York’s September 9-10 administration of the Uniform Bar Exam.
Student-Led Pro Bono Project Makes Major Difference for Detroit Homeowners
While most students were enjoying much-deserved time off during their most recent winter break, 2L Marie Sheehan was fielding calls from Detroit homeowners. Sheehan, at the encouragement of Michigan Law’s senior research scholar Bernadette Atuahene
Federal Appeals Court Rules that Detroit Children Have a Right to Education
In a 2-1 ruling in
Gary B. v. Snyder, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled April 23 that children have a constitutional right to a basic minimum education.
Public Service Celebrated at 'The Valiant' Storytelling Event
Michigan Innocence Clinic Celebrates 23rd Exoneration
Michigan Innocence Clinic (MIC) client Kevin Harrington became MIC's 23rd exoneree on April 21 after the order vacating his conviction was signed and filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court.
Professor Ellen Katz Named 2020 L. Hart Wright Award Recipient
Michigan Law Professor Ellen Katz—who has been described by one student as “smart, engaging, and supremely kind”
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