Top Prosecutors Discuss 30 Years of Environmental Crimes at Recent ELPP Conference
The biennial Environmental Law and Policy Program Conference recently convened at Michigan Law. This year’s conference was titled “Environmental Criminal Enforcement,” and the keynote panel featured the country’s current and former top environmental prosecutors appearing together for the first time.
3L Dana Leib Awarded 2017 Skadden Fellowship
LLM Student Varun Aery Named to Prestigious Luce Scholar Program
MLaw Students Examine the Future of International Law as Cutler Fellows
At a time when questions surrounding international law are increasingly complex, 56 students from 11 leading American law schools gathered recently to join this conversation for the fifth annual Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program.
MLaw's Student Funded Fellowships Auction: Silly for a Serious Purpose
With a standing-room-only crowd and an air of celebration, Michigan Law's recent Student Funded Fellowships (SFF) auction set out to raise more than $60,000 in under three hours.
Defense Attorney Michael Tigar Talks Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and Controversy
Speaking recently at Michigan Law as part of the School’s lecture series on ethics, professionalism, and civility, Michael Tigar illustrated the complexity and uncertainty of these topics in today’s legal practice.
LAWBreaks Means Law Immersion for Students
LAWBreaks is an opportunity for students to spend their spring break using their legal skills outside of the classroom to work with organizations around the country and abroad. This year, six groups of students traveled to worksites in Arizona, San Francisco, Minnesota, Detroit, and Belize to work on issues ranging from environmental and housing law to death penalty appeals and LGBT rights.
U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, '91, to Join University of Michigan Law School
Michigan Law is pleased to announce U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, '91, will join the faculty as a professor from practice, effective May 1, 2017. She will teach in the areas of national security, criminal law, and criminal procedure.
Matt Gregory, '14, Receives Clerkship with Justice Anthony Kennedy
Lip-Syncing and an Absence of Blue Jeans Highlight Professor Krier's Blue Jeans Lecture
Michigan Innocence Clinic Client Lamarr Monson Released after Judge Orders New Trial
Monson's attorneys at the Michigan Innocence Clinic moved to overturn his conviction in 2015, three years after a woman revealed that her ex-boyfriend had committed the murder of Christina Brown. Three years later, the Clinic learned that a fingerprint matching that same suspect had been found.
Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Susanne Baer, '93, Stress the Importance of Diverse Communities during U-M Visit
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.
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