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’
Class of 2019: 'Full of Interestingness'
1L Akash Patel Steps from the Shadows to Advocate for Millions
MAP: Producing the Next Generation of Intercultural Leaders
Irma Cruz, first-generation college and law student, has always taken an interest in issues of social injustice. Indeed, it was this very interest that motivated her to not only apply for law school but to participate in the
Michigan Access Program (MAP).
Video: Being Black at Michigan: A Community of Strength, Support, and Understanding.
Slideshow: 2016 Scholarships Banquets
Slideshow: 2016 SFF Auction
Slideshow: 2016 Mr. Wolverine
Slideshow: 2016 Midway Madness
Slideshow: Fall 2015 Culture Show