Shermin Nahid Kruse, '02: Stitching Together Life's Poetry

Shermin Nahid Kruse, '02: Stitching Together Life's Poetry

If Shermin Nahid Kruse‘s life were a poem, it would contain everything that makes the art form so compelling in her native Iran: Struggle. Passion. Heroes and villains. Love and triumph.​
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Seth Yu, LLM '08: Bringing the Business of Western Health Care to China

Seth Yu, LLM '08: Bringing the Business of Western Health Care to China

Good people beget good people, says the tagline in Seth Yu’s email signature—a quote from the founder of the company for which he works. If changes in China’s health care system progress as Yu predicts, a corollary might be: Good hospitals beget good hospitals.
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David Guenther, '99, Named Director of the International Transactions Clinic

David Guenther, '99, Named Director of the International Transactions Clinic

One of the things that David Guenther, '99, enjoys about teaching in the International Transactions Clinic (ITC) is helping clients that are charting new territory.
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Prescription: Career Change

Prescription: Career Change

After more than a decade as an ER physician, Mike Casner decided it was time for a new challenge. He set his sights on law school, and never looked back.​
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Updated Michigan Law Calculator Helps Students Service Law School Debt

Updated Michigan Law Calculator Helps Students Service Law School Debt

Michigan Law's Debt Wizard is a calculator that provides a simple method for students to explore different ways to service their prospective law school debt. The calculator provides insight into how students can afford potential careers by selecting various repayment options.

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The Memory of Detroit—And Beyond

The Memory of Detroit—And Beyond

Alumnus Clarence M. Burton traveled the globe to acquire historical documents. His collection—including some 500,000 books and 250,000 images—spans 400 years of North American history and is regarded as one of the best in the nation.​
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Michigan Law Experts Weigh in on Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

Michigan Law Experts Weigh in on Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

University of Michigan Law School professors turn to national media and social platforms to discuss outcomes in King v. Burwell, Obergefell v. Hodges, and Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project Inc..​
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3Ls Assist on Amicus Brief in Federal Court Case

3Ls Assist on Amicus Brief in Federal Court Case

Rebecca Eisenbrey, '15, was doing research for Professor Kate Andrias earlier this year when the National Employment Law Project (NELP) approached Andrias to help on an amicus brief. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia had struck down the U.S. Department of Labor's Home Care Rule, which extends minimum wage and overtime protections to home care workers—a very low wage and growing sector of the workforce.
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David Cho, JD/MBA '06: Living Out His Hoop Dreams at Adidas

David Cho, JD/MBA '06: Living Out His Hoop Dreams at Adidas

For as long as he can remember, David Cho, JD/MBA ’06, has been a basketball fanatic. But it isn’t just hitting the court or watching his favorite NBA team in action that inspires his passion for the game; it’s also the gear worn by players.​
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Michigan Law Student Scores 1L Summer Internship with Brooklyn Nets

Michigan Law Student Scores 1L Summer Internship with Brooklyn Nets

When Carly Weiss says she's "going to court," she's not referring to the judge and gavel variety. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A rising 2L, Weiss is spending her 1L summer in New York as an intern with the general counsel's office of the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center.​
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At the Intersection of Health and Law: Policy, Practice, and Entrepreneurship

At the Intersection of Health and Law: Policy, Practice, and Entrepreneurship

Read stories in the new Law Quadrangle about the intersection of health and law, profiles of alumni, innovative work by faculty and students, and more. And please take our reader survey! ​
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