Top Prosecutors Discuss 30 Years of Environmental Crimes at Recent ELPP Conference
The biennial Environmental Law and Policy Program Conference recently convened at Michigan Law. This year’s conference was titled “Environmental Criminal Enforcement,” and the keynote panel featured the country’s current and former top environmental prosecutors appearing together for the first time.
3L Dana Leib Awarded 2017 Skadden Fellowship
LLM Student Varun Aery Named to Prestigious Luce Scholar Program
MLaw Students Examine the Future of International Law as Cutler Fellows
At a time when questions surrounding international law are increasingly complex, 56 students from 11 leading American law schools gathered recently to join this conversation for the fifth annual Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program.
MLaw's Student Funded Fellowships Auction: Silly for a Serious Purpose
With a standing-room-only crowd and an air of celebration, Michigan Law's recent Student Funded Fellowships (SFF) auction set out to raise more than $60,000 in under three hours.
"Congress created agencies to meet two goals of being independent and accountable. The Financial Choice Act is a move away from independence, and that can lead to significant ramifications."
—Professor Michael Barr on
Money, regarding a GOP bill that would give the president new powers that could limit the independence of certain regulatory agencies.
April 25–May 4: Exams
May 5: Senior Day