New Interdisciplinary Curriculum Focuses on Problem Solving
On a rainy day in late March, students from five top-ranked U-M schools and colleges, including the Law School, assembled in a makeshift conference room in a small utilitarian building on North Campus to ask questions about data collected by autonomous vehicle networks.
Pediatric residents join a medical-legal partnership at U-M that bridges patients’ needs
Small Moments, Big Changes
An externship in South Africa teaches a 2L an important lesson about life as a lawyer
A Girl, Her Wonder Dog, and a Supreme Court Ruling
Last Halloween was momentous for Brent and Stacy Fry and their 12-year-old daughter, Ehlena. While Ehlena’s peers were getting ready for trick-or-treating, the young girl and her retired service dog, Wonder, were at the U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments in their disability-rights case Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools.
“If I were a plaintiffs’ lawyer, this would be a golden goose for me."
—Professor John Pottow, in a
Reuters article about the appointment of a special committee of air-bag victims in the Takata Corp.'s bankruptcy case.
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July 26: The Value of Diversity in the Practice of Law: A Practitioner's View