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Professors in the News
Aug17

Professor of Law John Mogk was quoted in a Detroit Free Press article titled "Reimagining Detroit: 5 policy questions that should be resolved in short order."

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Aug13

Director of the Transnational Environmental Law Clinic; Assistant (Clinical) Professor Nick Schroeck was interviewed for a report on WDET radio titled "Flooding May Be More Common in The Future."

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Aug11

Professor of Law Peter Henning was quoted in an article in The Hill titled "SEC failed to guard sensitive information."

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Aug11

Professor of Law Peter Henning was quoted in a Newsday article from Bloomberg News titled "Lawyers in General Motors recall case jockey for lead position."

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Wayne State University Farmers Market
August 20 2014 at 11:00 AM
5201 Cass Ave
The Wayne State University Farmers Market unveils its seventh season June 4. Open Wednesdays from 11 to 4 pm at its usual location in front of Prentis Hall, the market will run through October 29. Detroit-grown produce will be on offer by D-Town Farm, Grown in Detroit Cooperative, Brother Nature Produce, and Labrosse Farm. Produce anchors Van Houtte and Holtz will also return with their usual selections of fruits, berries, vegetables, flowers, herbs, potted plants, and eggs. They will be joined by Burda’s Berries, who offers a variety of fresh berries throughout the season. Delicious hot and/or cold prepared foods and desserts will be sold by Russell Street Deli, Avalon Bakery, Brooklyn Street Local, and Sweet Potato Sensations, all returning vendors. Nikki’s Ginger Teas will offer a splash of freshness to warm afternoons, while Greentoe Gardens will sweeten them with several local honey flavors. Mystic Kettle—joining us for a first full season—will pop delicious popcorn right in front of you. The market accepts cash, Bridge Card benefits, Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB), and WIC and Senior Project FRESH coupons. Sponsored by the Fair Food Network, DUFB matches Bridge Card spending at the market up to $20 per card per day. The market also offers the Student Advantage Project, in which students pay $5 to get $10 in vouchers to spend on produce at the market.
LL.M. Orientation: Day 2
August 20 2014 at 1:00 PM
Law School Building, 2242
LL.M. Orientation:  Day 2
Women's Law Caucus First Meeting
September 3 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom, 1550
The first meeting of the year where we will kick off our events and community service programs.
Student Board of Governors Regular Meeting
September 3 2014 at 8:15 PM
Law School Building, 2242
Student Board of Governors regular meeting
The Independence of Scotland
September 4 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School Building, Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium
Scotland will hold an independence referendum on September 14, 2014.  There are many hotly disputed legal issues involved in a potential separation-- who gets UK property? who is responsible for debts? who gets access to North Sea oil?  Thomas Grant from the University of Cambridge will discuss these issues and more.
Student Org Planning Workshop
September 9 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School Building, 2242
Annual planning workshop for student organization leaders. Please RSVP by emailing Felicia Thomas at f.thomas@wayne.edu.
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Alumni Accomplishments
Patricia Nemeth

Patricia Nemeth '84, LL.M., '90, founder of Nemeth Law PC, a Detroit-based labor and employment law firm, has been...

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Faculty Accomplishments
Thomas Helmholdt

Adjunct Professor, Patent Procurement Clinic Thomas Helmholdt spoke about the Wayne Law Patent Procurement Law Clinic at the Aug. 19...

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Student Accomplishments
Samuel Kokoszka

Samuel Kokoszka , who will start his second year at Wayne State University Law School this fall, has been awarded...

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