Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Jack Greenburg speaks to the group.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Rukku Singla and other audience members listen to panelists.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Jack Greenberg makes a point.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

L-R: Mildren Thompson, Saul Green, Minsu Longiaru, and Laurel Dumont take part in a panel.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Eileen Gauna addresses the crowd.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Bill McNeill (center, no tie) and Julius Chambers (right, gold tie) listen intently.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

L-R: Eileen Gauna, Adam Cutler, Prof. Sara Gosman, and Tony Paris answer audience questions.

Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium

Tony Paris (green shirt and tie) answers audience questions.

Participants in the Michigan Journal of Race & Law's 2010 symposium this month learned the ins and outs of "Reinventing the Wheel: Why Broken Cities Stay Broken, and New Ways Civil Rights Attorneys Can Fix Them." Panelists included such civil rights leaders as Columbia Law Prof. Jack Greenberg; Detroit's Deputy Mayor Saul Green, '72; and Dr. Arthur Jefferson, former director of the Detroit Branch of the NAACP.

 

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