Professor John Hudson Elected Fellow of the British Academy

Professor John Hudson Elected Fellow of the British Academy

John G.H. Hudson​, a William W. Cook Global Law Professor at Michigan Law, has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy. One of 42 UK-based scholars to be named a Fellow of the Academy this year, Hudson was elected in both the sections of medieval studies and law.​
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Governor Signs Foster Care Bills Initiated by MLaw Clinic Students

Governor Signs Foster Care Bills Initiated by MLaw Clinic Students

“The real world cannot be controlled in the way that a traditional law school classroom can be,” notes Don Duquette, clinical professor emeritus of law, “but that is both the charm and the bane of real-world clinical work.” Fortunately, charm recently won out over bane when Governor Rick Snyder signed two bills into law on June 20 to improve the lives of those affected by Michigan’s foster care system.​
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Chaka Laguerre, '14, Receives Prestigious Clerkship at International Court of Justice

Chaka Laguerre, '14, Receives Prestigious Clerkship at International Court of Justice

Chaka Laguerre's career aspiration is to advise governments and organizations on international law matters, including human rights and social justice issues. With three graduate degrees under her belt, including a JD from Michigan Law, Laguerre is well on her way to making that happen. But before that, she has one more accomplishment to add to her resume: serving as a trainee for the International Court of Justice.
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MLaw Study Finds That 'Ban the Box' Leads to Increase in Employer Racial Discrimination

MLaw Study Finds That 'Ban the Box' Leads to Increase in Employer Racial Discrimination

A major new study by researchers at the University of Michigan and Princeton University points to a serious unintended consequence of "Ban the Box" laws: While they may indeed improve the prospects of people with criminal records, this gain comes at the cost of encouraging a substantial increase in racial discrimination by employers.​
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MLaw Grads Kyla Moore, '15, and Diana Peloquin, JD/MSW '14, Secure Prestigious Equal Justice Works Fellowships

MLaw Grads Kyla Moore, '15, and Diana Peloquin, JD/MSW '14, Secure Prestigious Equal Justice Works Fellowships

Over the next two years, Kyla Moore, ’15, and Diana Peloquin, JD/MSW ’14, will work in different cities and with different populations. Thanks to their Equal Justice Works Fellowships​, they both will be working at dreams jobs of their own creation.​
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