India’s Supreme Court Cites Article by SJD Student Ajitesh Kir, LLM ’18

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India’s Supreme Court Cites Article by SJD Student Ajitesh Kir, LLM ’18 It’s not very often that a junior scholar gets published in an esteemed peer-reviewed law journal. It’s even less common for that junior scholar to have their article cited favorably by a country’s highest court. Ajitesh Kir, LLM ’18, a Michigan Grotius Fellow, […]

Michigan Law Among Top US Teams at Vis Moot

Michigan Law Among Top US Teams at Vis Moot U-M’s Vis Moot team included Matt Azzopardi, Hannah Juge, Jessica Carter, and Steven Tennison (back row, from left), as well as Tyler Loveall and Cheyenne Kleinberg (front row, from left). A team of six Michigan Law students argued their way to the Round of 64 at […]

No Football? No Problem: Spring Reunion in the Quad

No Football? No Problem: Spring Reunion in the Quad By Meaghan Kelly Michigan Law’s special spring Reunion invited alumni back to the Law Quad after their celebrations were canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. Without the usual tentpole event of fall Reunion—a tailgate, followed by watching Michigan football at the Big House—attendees were […]

Clinic Helps Bring Clean Cooking to African Nations

Clinic Helps Bring Clean Cooking to African Nations By Sharon Morioka Image credit: BURN Manufacturing Working from their clinic in Ann Arbor, three U-M law students participated in an international transaction during the 2021–2022 academic year that will have an impact not only on the environment but on millions of people living half a world […]

21 New Faculty Join Michigan Law

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21 New Faculty Members Join Michigan Law Twenty one full-time professors joined the University of Michigan Law School faculty beginning in the 2022–2023 academic year, with research and teaching interests focused in areas as diverse as economics, energy law, entrepreneurship, international law, intellectual property, philosophy, and race and inequality, among others. “These new faculty members […]

Addressing Communication Disabilities in Jails and Prisons

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Addressing Communication Disabilities in Jails and Prisons The Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse, which is housed at Michigan Law, published this summer the first in a series of white papers focused on criminal justice policy reform. It was drawn from the tens of thousands of litigation documents in the clearinghouse collection. The paper, “Effective Communication with […]