Navigating the Complexities of the Art World
MLaw Student-Attorneys Gain Transactional Experience in Ethiopia
The International Transactions Clinic advises clients as far away as India, Kenya, and Haiti. While most of that advising takes place in the classroom, a rare opportunity to travel to Ethiopia last semester enabled 2Ls Millan Bederu and Robert Shoemaker to gain in-country experience on how to structure a fund to invest in Ethiopian enterprises.
Senior Day Speakers Remind Michigan Law Graduates to Take Compassion with Them
Senior Day speakers Michele Coleman Mayes, BA ’71, JD ’74, and Megan Brown, ’19, recounted moments when the compassion of others changed their lives, and urged the graduating class to take the open-mindedness they learned at Michigan into their careers.
Michigan Law Welcomes Students in the Inaugural Master of Advanced Corporation Law Program
Michigan Law Announces 2019 Outlaws Public Service Fellowship Recipient
Outlaws, Michigan Law’s LGBTQ+ student organization, has named 2L Anna Belkin as this year’s recipient of the Outlaws Public Service Fellowship. The fellowship provides financial support for a 1L or 2L to take on unpaid public service work during their summer to benefit the LGBTQ+ community.
June 14–July 7: Ann Arbor Summer Festival/Top of the Park
July 30–August 2: Early Interview Week