Law School Scholar Started Center to Tackle Mass Incarceration
Lara Finkbeiner, ’13, Joins Michigan Law as New Public Interest Director
It was the vibrancy of the public interest community that first drew Lara Finkbeiner, ’13, to Michigan Law. After graduation, she moved to New York to fulfill a longstanding dream of being a refugee advocate at the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), first as an Equal Justice Fellow and then as deputy legal director.
MLaw Summer Mentorship Program Creates Lifelong Alumni-Student Connections
As the first in his family to attend law school, 2L Cole Hanson joined the Michigan Law Alumni-Student Summer Mentoring Program to seek guidance and expand his opportunities for success.
Michigan Law's Class of 2022 Begins Life in the Quad
What do a Truman Scholar, a Marshall Scholar, and four Fulbright Scholars have in common? They are part of Michigan Law's Class of 2022.
John Ramer, '17, Receives Prestigious Bristow Fellowship
When his clerkship with The Hon. Raymond Kethledge, '93, ended, John Ramer, ’17, departed for Washington, D.C., to begin his Bristow Fellowship in the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG).
ELPP Lecture Series: A Conversation with Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick
Law and Ethics Lecture: A Critical Theory of Transnational (In-) Justice: Realistic in the Right Way, with Rainer Forst