Michigan Law Student Team Scores at Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition
That’s one of the things Stevan Bennett, 2L, had to say about competing in the Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition on January 17.
The Law Quadrangle: Winter 2020
The latest issue of our alumni magazine is now available.
Michigan Law Human Trafficking Clinic Awarded $500,000 Grant from Justice Department to Train Prosecutors
The Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC) at the University of Michigan Law School has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to train Michigan prosecutors on how to better represent individuals who have experienced human trafficking and sexual assault or domestic violence.
The Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson’s MLK Day Lecture Honors Black Women Leaders in the Civil Rights Movement
Michigan Law Associate Dean Daniel Halberstam introduced The Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson ahead of her Martin Luther King Jr. Day lecture at the Law School by listing a few of her many accolades.
Michigan Law Professor Gabriel Mendlow Awarded NEH Fellowship for Book Project on Thought Crime
Michigan Law Professor Gabriel Mendlow has been awarded a fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to pursue a book project that will focus on the criminalization of thought in Anglo-American law and legal philosophy.
A Lawyer's Life: Big Law Work/Life Balance
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