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Feature Stories 2020

Sarah Alsaden, '16, Selected As SCOTUS Fellow
September 14, 2020

Sarah Alsaden, '16, Selected As SCOTUS Fellow
Mary Miller, '16, Carries Michigan Spirit to High Court
September 9, 2020

​Mary Miller, '16, Carries Michigan Spirit to High Court
A Message from Dean Mark West: Supporting Our International Student
August 10, 2020

​After Decades of Practice, a Return to the Classroom
Advisory Board to Examine Race and Racism at Michigan Law Announced
July 24, 2020

​Advisory Board to Examine Race and Racism at Michigan Law Announced
A Message from Dean West: Actions Toward a More Inclusive Community
July 24, 2020

A Message from Dean West: Actions Toward a More Inclusive Community
A Message from Dean Mark West: Supporting Our International Student
July 9, 2020

A Message from Dean Mark West: Supporting Our International Student
Professor Steven Ratner Named Director of the Donia Human Rights Center
July 7, 2020

Professor Steven Ratner Named Director of the Donia Human Rights Center
Michigan Law Students Provide a Corps of Community Support During COVID-19
June 11, 2020

Michigan Law Students Provide a Corps of Community Support During COVID-19
Ambassador Susan D. Page brings a lifetime of international relations leadership as she joins the U-M Law School and Ford School of Public Policy
June 10, 2020

Ambassador Susan D. Page brings a lifetime of international relations leadership as she joins the U-M Law School and Ford School of Public Policy
A Message from Dean Mark West: Moving our Community Forward
June 9, 2020

A Message from Dean Mark West: Moving our Community Forward
A Statement from Dean Mark D. West: Our Community
June 2, 2020

A Statement from Dean Mark D. West: Our Community
Student-Led Pro Bono Project Makes Major Difference for Detroit Homeowners
April 30, 2020

Student-Led Pro Bono Project Makes Major Difference for Detroit Homeowners
Federal Appeals Court Rules that Detroit Children Have a Right to Education
April 27, 2020

​Federal Appeals Court Rules that Detroit Children Have a Right to Education
Public Service Celebrated at 'The Valiant' Storytelling Event
April 24, 2020

​Public Service Celebrated at 'The Valiant' Storytelling Event
Michigan Innocence Clinic Celebrates 23rd Exoneration
April 23, 2020

​Michigan Innocence Clinic Celebrates 23rd Exoneration
Professor Ellen Katz Named 2020 L. Hart Wright Award Recipient
April 22, 2020

​Professor Ellen Katz Named 2020 L. Hart Wright Award Recipient
Community Enterprise Clinic: Legal Help that Empowers Communities
April 3, 2020

Community Enterprise Clinic: Legal Help that Empowers Communities
Future Associates Receive Priceless Legal Advice at Michigan Law Pogue Panel
March 25, 2020

Future Associates Receive Priceless Legal Advice at Michigan Law Pogue Panel
Business Leader Dara Pincas, '97, Offers 'Golden Nuggets of Advice' to Law Students
March 9, 2020

Business Leader Dara Pincas, '97, Offers 'Golden Nuggets of Advice' to Law Students
Michigan Law Student Appointed to Governor's Michigan Advisory Council on Environmental Justice
February 21, 2020

Michigan Law Student Appointed to Governor's Michigan Advisory Council on Environmental Justice
Michigan Law Hosts Panel Featuring Women in IP
February 17, 2020

Michigan Law Hosts Panel Featuring Women in IP
Michigan Law Student Team Scores at Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition
February 12, 2020

Michigan Law Student Team Scores at Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition
Law Quadrangle
February 6, 2020

Law Quadrangle magazine: Winter 2020
Michigan Law Human Trafficking Clinic Awarded $500,000 Grant from Justice Department to Train Prosecutors
February 6, 2020

Michigan Law Human Trafficking Clinic Awarded $500,000 Grant from Justice Department to Train Prosecutors
The Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson's MLK Day Lecture Honors Black Women Leaders in the Civil Rights Movement
January 29, 2020

The Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson's MLK Day Lecture Honors Black Women Leaders in the Civil Rights Movement
​Michigan Law Professor Gabriel Mendlow Awarded NEH Fellowship for Book Project on Thought Crime
January 24, 2020

Michigan Law Professor Gabriel Mendlow Awarded NEH Fellowship for Book Project on Thought Crime