American Civil Liberties Union
The Michigan Law chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is dedicated to exploring and, where possible, getting students involved in local to national civil rights and civil liberties issues. Student run, Michigan Law's ACLU chapter brings in high-level speakers, connects students to the ACLU network, and provides research and volunteer opportunities. We believe in a strong and robust Bill of Rights, and are committed to bringing the conversation on these issues to Michigan Law. We explore a range of compelling and timely issues, like privacy and civil liberties in a post-9/11 age, ensuring due process for the rights of criminal defendants, protecting access to voting polls, free speech, the rights of public school students, LGBT and reproductive rights, separation of church and state, and much more.To learn more about Michigan Law's chapter of the ACLU, or to get involved, please contact us via e-mail.
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