MLK Day Speaker Beydoun: Have the Energy and the Proactive Spirit to Take Part
Beydoun, an associate professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law who focuses on critical race theory, visited Michigan Law on Jan. 16 to lead the event "Politics, Protests, Law, and Islam."
LLM Student Tom Temprosa Shares His Familial Link to the DeWitt Scholarship
One Alum’s Role in Mapping International Investment Treaties
With the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) the subject of intense national debate, the effectivity of international investment agreements (IIAs), particularly bilateral investment treaties (BlTs), also has been in the spotlight.
Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby Calls for a More Diverse Judiciary in Inaugural Jane Cleo Marshall Lecture
In honoring Marshall—the first female African-American graduate of the Law School and a groundbreaking lawyer and teacher—Blackburne-Rigsby addressed Michigan Law students on the need for diversity in the judicial system.
Mini Seminars Enrich Student Experience
Tension: Privacy vs. National Security in the Digital Age
"Already, more than 23,000 people in the United States are estimated to die every year from resistant bacteria. That death toll will grow as microbes develop new mechanisms to defeat the drugs that, for decades, have kept infections at bay. We are on the cusp of what the World Health Organization calls a 'post-antibiotic era.'"
—Professor Nicholas Bagley, coauthor of a
New York Times op-ed discussing ways to avoid a post-antibiotic world.
January 24: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform
January 26: The Case Against Repeal: The Impact of the Affordable Care Act
January 31: A Lawyer's Life: Life as a Litigator