Michigan Law Announces 2019 Outlaws Public Service Fellowship Recipient
Outlaws, Michigan Law’s LGBTQ+ student organization, has named 2L Anna Belkin as this year’s recipient of the Outlaws Public Service Fellowship. The fellowship provides financial support for a 1L or 2L to take on unpaid public service work during their summer to benefit the LGBTQ+ community.
Suellyn Scarnecchia, '81, Receives State Bar of Michigan Award
The State Bar of Michigan recently announced the winners of its annual awards. Michigan Law's Suellyn Scarnecchia, '81, was chosen to receive this year's John W. Reed Michigan Lawyer Legacy Award, which goes to "an educator whose influence on lawyers has elevated the quality of legal practice in our state."
Michigan Law’s First “Virtual Interns” Advise UN Member States in Geneva
A new independent research offering at Michigan Law has had a profound impact on recently graduated LLM Shreya Bose’s legal education—so much so that she recently described the program’s weeklong capstone trip to Geneva as a “life peak.”
3L Michael Smith Receives Writing Award for Michigan Law Review Note
Michael Smith wanted his Michigan Law experience to include journal work. As a 2L, he joined the
Michigan Law Review as an associate editor and eventually became an executive editor. As a 3L, he'll graduate from the Law School having won a distinguished writing award for a note he authored about Illinois state law.
Professor Rebecca Veidlinger's Title IX Course Addresses Timely Issues in Higher Education
In 1972, Congress passed Title IX of the Education Amendments, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded education programs or activities.
Nicolas Cornell Receives the 2019 L. Hart Wright Award for Teaching Excellence
"Professor Cornell conducts his class like a beautiful symphony, out of which the theory of contracts can be heard in a loud, clear, and delightfully stimulating way."
Orientation: Master of Advanced Corporation Law Program
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