Constitution Day Panelists Discuss First Amendment Protection for Criticism of the Government
“At the University of Michigan, we like to talk about the Constitution,” noted Michigan Law Professor from Practice Leonard Niehoff, ’84, moderator of this year’s lecture commemorating Constitution Day.
3Ls Race to Collect The Clues and Raise Philanthropy Awareness
Amid the fall semester hustle and bustle of law school, it can be easy for students to overlook the role that philanthropy plays in day-to-day life at Michigan Law. Each October, however, the Nannes 3L Challenge keeps the importance of private support front and center.
Exoneree Richard Phillips Shares Story with Michigan Law Students
Michigan Innocence Clinic client Richard Phillips spent 46 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. When he was exonerated in March 2018, Phillips became the longest-serving exoneree in U.S. history. “I’m a historical figure—nobody else in the U.S. has done more time in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.”
MLaw Announces Faculty Fellows Program
Michigan Law has launched a program of two-year fellowships for highly promising scholars with outstanding academic records, giving them an opportunity to develop their scholarship and teaching skills in preparation for the academic job market. Applications are being accepted until October 27 for fellowships that will begin in September 2019.
Oday Salim joined NPR's
Stateside to discuss the financial implications of PFAs contamination in Michigan.
Salim is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law School, where he directs the Environmental Law & Sustainability Clinic.
October 18: A Lawyer's Life: Life as a Transactional Lawyer
October 29: Mandatory Minimums in the Federal Criminal Justice System
October 31: Dual Degree Fair