LLM Student Tom Temprosa Shares His Familial Link to the DeWitt Scholarship
One Alum’s Role in Mapping International Investment Treaties
With the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) the subject of intense national debate, the effectivity of international investment agreements (IIAs), particularly bilateral investment treaties (BlTs), also has been in the spotlight.
Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby Calls for a More Diverse Judiciary in Inaugural Jane Cleo Marshall Lecture
In honoring Marshall—the first female African-American graduate of the Law School and a groundbreaking lawyer and teacher—Blackburne-Rigsby addressed Michigan Law students on the need for diversity in the judicial system.
Mini Seminars Enrich Student Experience
Tension: Privacy vs. National Security in the Digital Age
"Today's settlement provides a textbook case about how the Justice Department should address egregious wrongdoing by corporations. Too often, justice comes up short in corporate crime prosecution but not in the VW case."
—Professor David Uhlmann, director of the Environmental Law and Policy Program, in
The Washington Post, about the six Volkswagen executives indicted in the emissions-cheating scandal.
January 23: Am I My Client Revisited: The Role of Race in Intra-Race Legal Representation
January 24: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform
January 31: A Lawyer's Life: Life as a Litigator