Big Data in Finance Conference to be Held at Michigan Law October 27-28
Academic Freedom Lecture Explores 'the Right to be Forgotten'
Personal privacy and free expression in the online world often are seen as competing interests, but they are not incompatible and actually work together, according to a leading scholar and advocate in electronic privacy law.
Exoneree Julie Baumer Shares Story With MLaw Students
Michigan Innocence Clinic Awarded DOJ Grant for Shaken Baby Syndrome Defense
Constitution Day Panelists Seek to ‘Resolve Disagreements a Little Less Disagreeably’
"I think they were rightfully reluctant to sort of pull the trigger on the constitutional challenge until it was the last resort."
—Professor Daniel Crane in The Guardian, about Tesla's decision to file a constitutional challenge in federal court over its inability to provide direct sales in the state of Michigan.
October 20: Fixing the Refugee System, with Professor James Hathaway
October 21: Detroit Law Firms Panel