Former US Representative Justin Amash, ’05, argues that when you strip away the theatrics, Americans’ values aren’t so different after all.
Three alumni now work alongside and provide counsel to their former professor, Alicia Davis, a professor of law who also serves as the Lear Corporation’s chief strategy officer.
Students in the Civil Rights Litigation Clinic are helping Ann Arbor-area residents repeal racist language from their housing deeds and covenants.
Michigan Law’s Problem Solving Initiative course Policing by Indian Tribes is an opportunity to take a deep dive into the legal challenges that complicate law enforcement in Native American communities.
Tim Lynch manages the legal needs of a large, complicated, world-renowned university, and oversees a staff of more than 40 staff, including 27 attorneys.
How the role of general counsel has evolved from a narrow legal resource within an organization to a C-suite position at the center of its creative problem solving.