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.
Bagenstos Appointed to Michigan Employment Relations Commission
Assistant Professor Nico Cornell’s Blue Jeans Lecture Focuses on Luck and Running
Michigan Law Hosts Fourth Annual Transactional Law Competition
Michigan Law hosted its fourth annual Transactional Law Competition on November 8, where student teams demonstrated their transactional drafting and negotiating skills in a half-day live negotiatio
January 30: Preparing for Meet the Employers
February 7: Law and Mobility Conference: Global Perspectives on Law, Policy, and Mobility Innovation