Class of 2019: 'Full of Interestingness'
Clement, Frequent Litigator at U.S. Supreme Court, Kicks Off MLaw Moot Court Competition
1L Akash Patel Steps from the Shadows to Advocate for Millions
MLaw to Honor Mary Frances Berry as 2016 Distinguished Alumna
Christian Urrutia, JD/MA '09: Bringing Justice to the Family of Victor Jara
First Graduate of Human Trafficking Court Celebrates Her Success
MAP: Producing the Next Generation of Intercultural Leaders
Irma Cruz, first-generation college and law student, has always taken an interest in issues of social injustice. Indeed, it was this very interest that motivated her to not only apply for law school but to participate in the
Michigan Access Program (MAP).
"This one is really out there. From a legal perspective, the claims in the complaint range from the merely baseless to the patently frivolous."
—Professor Samuel Bagenstos, in Bloomberg BNA's Daily Labor Report about two lawsuits filed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and 21 Southern and Midwestern states aimed at stopping the Labor Department's new overtime rule.
September 30: MLaw Blood Drive, Sponsored by MILVETs
October 3: Michigan Innocence Clinic Exonoree Julie Baumer
October 3: Lara Wagner, '14, and Cliff Helm, '13: Starting a Solo Practice and the Justice Entrepreneurs Project