MLaw Students Shaping Their Futures with Summer Internships
Michigan Law encourages its students to seek out opportunities and explore their interests in a variety of legal practice settings outside of the Law School. Which is why, from the private sector, to government, to public interest opportunities, students spend their summers interning all over the world.
25 Years at the EPA: Views from the GCs
Michigan Law’s 2017–2018 Environmental Law and Policy Program (ELPP) lecture series kicked off recently with a panel featuring three former general counsels of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Jeff Minear, ’82, Offers Insight on Chief Justice’s Responsibilities
What does Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. do when he’s not presiding over oral arguments? Jeffrey P. Minear, ’82, counselor to the chief justice of the United States, explained the chief justice’s lesser-known responsibilities as head of the third branch of government during a recent talk at the Law School.
Scholars, Journalists Offer Global Take on Privacy and Free Expression
Is one person’s secret another person’s news? The answer lies at the heart of a debate that reaches into courtrooms, newsrooms, and political chambers around the world.
"It's death by a thousand cuts. No one of those moves may be a big deal on its own. Taken together, however, they amount to a deliberate campaign to destabilize the insurance markets, with the potential to harm millions of people."
—Professor Nicholas Bagley, in The Washington Post about President Trump's executive actions on the Affordable Care Act.
Why Insurance Matters: Insurance as a Driving Force for Our Economy
Detroit Law Firms Panel