Sara Hayat, LLM ’18: “Michigan Law Enriched My Relationship with Law Forever”
Sara Hayat, LLM ’18, doesn’t shy away from a challenge. Her decision to practice law as a young girl living in Lahore, Pakistan, led her to travel to the United Kingdom to earn her first LLM degree at age 21.
New Digital Legal Journal on Autonomous Cars Co-Launched by Michigan Law
Michigan Law and U-M’s Mcity, in close collaboration with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, ’82, and the Michigan Council on Future Mobility, have announced the launch of a new Law and Mobility Project to promote research, education, and scholarship focused on the intersection of law and mobility transformation.
MLaw Students Examine Legal Training on a Global Stage as Cutler Fellows
Students from 11 leading American law schools gathered recently to explore the future of public and private international law for the sixth annual Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program.
ALI Approves Liability Insurance Restatement
At its annual meeting on May 22, the American Law Institute (ALI) approved a final draft of the Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance, ending an eight-year project that began in 2010. The Restatement is a set of standards that inform judges and lawyers on how to handle insurance liability cases.
Clinic Drafts Legislation to Fix Unemployment Insurance Problems
When Rep. Joe Graves wanted to fix the Michigan unemployment insurance system, he called upon experts from the Law School's Unemployment Insurance Clinic to help. Rep. Graves assembled a bi-partisan working group that included Clinic Director Steve Gray and student-attorneys.
"It's striking in its narrowness. The court found a way to rule for the baker without making the First Amendment a license to exempt oneself from anti-discrimination laws."
—Professor Richard Primus, in a
Newsweek article about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
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