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One Alum’s Role in Mapping International Investment Treaties

One Alum’s Role in Mapping International Investment Treaties

​With the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) the subject of intense national debate, the effectivity of international investment agreements (IIAs), particularly bilateral investment treaties (BlTs), also has been in the spotlight. 

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Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby Calls for a More Diverse Judiciary in Inaugural Jane Cleo Marshall Lecture

Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby Calls for a More Diverse Judiciary in Inaugural Jane Cleo Marshall Lecture

In honoring Marshall—the first female African-American graduate of the Law School and a groundbreaking lawyer and teacher—Blackburne-Rigsby addressed Michigan Law students on the need for diversity in the judicial system. 

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Mini Seminars Enrich Student Experience

Mini Seminars Enrich Student Experience

Mini-seminars are a staple at Michigan Law, allowing students an opportunity to round out their educations with topics as varied as Anatomy of a Supreme Court Case, The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Does International Law Matter?, and Collecting Art: Museums and the Law. They typically are taught in faculty members’ homes.
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Tension: Privacy vs. National Security in the Digital Age

Tension: Privacy vs. National Security in the Digital Age

Several MLaw alumni are at the center of a critical national debate and discussion about the proper balance between national security and individual privacy, representing multiple points of view.
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Defend Democracy and Constitutional Ideals, Prof. Kate Andrias Urges Students at Blue Jeans Lecture

Defend Democracy and Constitutional Ideals, Prof. Kate Andrias Urges Students at Blue Jeans Lecture

Lawyers, no matter what political views they hold, play an important role in defending constitutional values and the rule of law, Professor Kate Andrias told students during her Blue Jeans Lecture on November 17. While it’s easy to get discouraged with the political process and to think democracy doesn’t work, Andrias urged students “not to give up on democracy or hold it in disdain.”
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If the Phid House could talk. More...

100 Things: What makes Michigan Law so special? There are at least 100 reasons. We've taken the liberty of highlighting them for you, so sit back and enjoy. More...

Law Professor Zhang Xianchu Discusses Hong Kong: One Country, Two Systems. More...​

​Government surveillance​ of Muslim communities. More...

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Prof. Kate Andrias​ named the 2016 recpient of the L. Hart Wright Award for Teaching Excellence. More...

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Prof. Eve Brensike Primus, '01:​ The state of indigent defense. More...​

High School Students to Learn About Civil Rights Litigation in New 'Schoolhouse.' More...

Michigan Innocence Clinic​ calls for new trial for client convicted of 1996 murder of 12-year-old Christina Brown. More...

Reefer Madness: Mini-seminar brings marijuana law​ into the classroom. More...

Prof. Michael Bloom and the Transactional Lab & Clinic opens doors into corporate world. More...

Conference highlights legal, regulatory issues involved with driverless cars. More...​

Law Professor Zhang Xianchu Discusses Hong Kong: One Country, Two Systems. More...​

​Government surveillance​ of Muslim communities. More...

Innocent Until Proven Poor Symposium​ sheds light on inequalities in legal system. More...

Speakers address the future of the death penalty.​ More...​

Detroit Police Officer Danielle Woods​ speaks about role as LGBT liaison. More...​

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Interdisciplinary approaches to financial stability. More...​

Judge Pillay recounts groundbreaking legal career, tenure as UN High Commissioner on Human Rights. More...​

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg highlights key moments in legal history during 2015 U-M Tanner Lecture. More...

Christopher Burke, '00: Enjoying the view from the bench. More...

Arn Tellem, '79, Shares his path from politics to the Pistons with MLaw students. More...​

Russell Smith '86: Ensuring there are plenty of fish in the sea. More...​

Monica Tesler, '98:​ Dreaming of space adventures leads to debut kids' book. More...

Jayne Rizzo Reardon, '83: Leading the charge for professional responsibility. More...

Broderick Johnson, '83, Discusses My Brother's Keeper and Role as Cabinet Secretary. More...​

Dina Bakst, '97:​ Advocating for Work/Family Balance. More...

Lyman Thai,'12: Entrepreneurship Clinic provided strong foundation for legal practice. More...​

Shermin Nahid Kruse, '02: Stitching together life's poetry. More...

Kevin Conroy, '91: Promoting early detection with at-home cancer test. More...

David Cho, JD/MBA '06: Living out his hoop dreams at adidas. More...

Michigan Law hosts Bergstrom Fellows May 11-13. More...​

Learning the law and much more with LAWBreaks​. More...

MLaw students assist people seeking citizenship during naturalization clinic. More...

​Video: Being Black at Michigan: A Community of Strength, Support, and Understanding.


Four Michigan Law recipients awarded 2016 Skadden Fellowships.More...

New MLaw students build community through Michigan Access Program.​ More...

​Slideshow: Fall 2015 Culture Show


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Video: When SFF celebrates its 30th birthday, foxes sing and professors wear funny hats.