MLaw Grads Study Professional Ethics by Reflecting on the Holocaust
For two weeks this summer, Shannon Gonyou, ’17, and Mary Waller, ’17, travelled to Germany and Poland to analyze the conduct of lawyers and judges in Nazi-occupied Europe as a way to reflect on ethics in the legal profession today.
Helen Marie Berg, ’18: “I Learned True Skills at Michigan”
A former Fulbright English teaching assistant, programmatic clerk for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and litigation paralegal at Seward & Kissel LLP in New York, Helen Marie Berg, ’18, came to Michigan Law with interests in politics, community organization, and government service.
Three Michigan Law Grads Named 2018 Equal Justice Works Fellows
Securing housing and stable income for homeless veterans living on Los Angeles' Skid Row. Providing legal help to undocumented members of New York's LGBTQ community. Challenging Mississippi's school discipline law while informing students of their rights. Abbey Lent, '18; Lauren DesRosiers, '16; and Amelia Huckins, '18, will direct their energies to these areas as Equal Justice Works Fellows.
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.
Michigan Law Grad Elizabeth Jones Named a Supreme Court Fellow
Elizabeth Jones, ’17, has been named one of four 2018–2019 Supreme Court Fellows by the Supreme Court Fellows Commission. She will begin the prestigious one-year appointment in September.
Original Lincoln Document Donated to Clements Library in Honor of Three MLaw Alumni
Our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, is famed not only for his towering height and top hat, but also for his efforts in preserving the Union during the American Civil War and bringing about the emancipation of slavery.
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 21,000 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.
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