Imran Syed, '11, Named Outstanding Young Lawyer by State Bar of Michigan

Imran Syed, '11, Named Outstanding Young Lawyer by State Bar of Michigan

Imran Syed, an assistant clinical professor of law in the Michigan Innocence Clinic, has been named the recipient of the 2016 Regeana Myrick Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section.
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Michigan Law Symposium Explores New Approaches to Foster Care

Michigan Law Symposium Explores New Approaches to Foster Care

A significant overhaul is needed in order to better care for and represent the 400,000 children who are in the foster care system at any given time, said panelists and speakers at the recent Rethinking Foster Care symposium at Michigan Law.​
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Exoneration Imminent for Innocence Clinic Client Lorinda Swain

Exoneration Imminent for Innocence Clinic Client Lorinda Swain

Lorinda Swain—whose lengthy legal battle for allegedly abusing her adopted son led to seven years in prison even though the son recanted and there was no physical evidence in the case—will receive a new trial, the Michigan Supreme Court ordered today.​
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Brad M​eltzer, AB '92, to MLaw Grads: Step off the Escalator

Brad M​eltzer, AB '92, to MLaw Grads: Step off the Escalator

As the Michigan Law Class of 2016 celebrated their transition from students to alumni, Senior Day speaker Brad Meltzer, AB '92, warned them not to go through the next stage of their careers on autopilot. While riding the ascending escalator of getting good grades and test scores and getting into good colleges and law schools has served the students well, as graduates they must have the courage to follow their own unique paths to happiness. ​
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Michigan Law to Host Bergstrom Fellows May 11-13

Michigan Law to Host Bergstrom Fellows May 11-13

When Jackie Stolzenberg begins her summer internship at Michigan Law's Child Advocacy Law Clinic (CALC), she'll do so with crucial training under her belt, thanks to her selection as a 2016 Bergstrom Fellow.​
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MLaw Grad Caroline Flynn, '13, to Clerk for Chief Justice Roberts

MLaw Grad Caroline Flynn, '13, to Clerk for Chief Justice Roberts

It's not your average day at the office when your work is interrupted by a call from the U.S. Supreme Court. So when Caroline Flynn, '13, recently answered her phone and found Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. on the line, her day took a turn toward the extraordinary.
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Detroit's Chief Development Officer Speaks About Bringing Back a Distressed City

Detroit's Chief Development Officer Speaks About Bringing Back a Distressed City

After four years active duty as an infantry soldier in the Army’s 173rd Airborne Brigade, he was drawn back to his native Michigan. At the time, the city of Detroit was just coming out of bankruptcy, and Friedrichs wanted to use his acquired skills to help revitalize the area. “The question was,” he told his audience at a recent lunch talk at Michigan Law, “pound for pound, how could I be as useful to Detroit as possible?”​
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MLaw Students Select Prof. Kate Andrias as 2016 L. Hart Wright Award Recipient

MLaw Students Select Prof. Kate Andrias as 2016 L. Hart Wright Award Recipient

Assistant Professor Kate Andrias, who has been described by one law student as a "quintessential example of the Michigan Difference," has been named the 2016 recipient of the L. Hart Wright Award for Teaching Excellence.​
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