Insights from the Office of the U.S. Solicitor General
The fourth highest-ranked official at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) carries a title most would be hard-pressed to name. Occasionally referred to as the 10th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. solicitor general (SG) is not well-known despite the weighty cases its office reviews.
Tom Allen, '52: Recent Trip Honors WWII Veteran
Alumni Give Students a Glimpse into In-House Life at Amazon
After starting his legal career as a litigator at Sidley Austin LLP—eventually transitioning in-house at the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) and RealNetworks Inc., where he was general counsel and then chief executive officer—Bob Kimball, AB ’85, ’89, found his way to Amazon.
Lawyer-Turned-Matchmaker Helps People Find Love Connections
Sometimes people need a little help finding that special someone. That’s where lawyer-turned-matchmaker Jasbina Ahluwalia, ’95, comes into the picture.
Bringing Cybercrimes to Justice and the Law Up to Speed
Striking a Balance With Big Law and Public Interest
Near the end of a long week in Laredo, Texas, George Barchini pulled an all-nighter—but not for the reasons typical of young associates at Big Law firms. Instead, he was trying to stop the deportation of a Central American woman.
One of Michigan Law's greatest strengths is its alumni community—because of its size, passion, and loyalty, as well as the diversity of our graduates' backgrounds, locations, and careers. More than 22,000 alumni around the world and in a wide range of disciplines are connected forever by their time at Michigan Law. Amid significant shifts in the legal profession, the power of the Michigan Law alumni network is more beneficial than ever.
The Office of Development and Alumni Relations is committed to creating opportunities for alumni to maintain lifelong connections to the Law School and to each other, and strives to nurture a philanthropic community to maximize support for Michigan Law.
From reunions to regional events, and from mentoring students to making a gift, there are many ways for you to be involved with your alma mater. Thank you for your support of Michigan Law.
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