Wayne Law News Center
- Wayne Law announces tuition freeze, enhanced scholarship opportunities
- October 21, 2014
- Legal experts to speak at Wayne Law on doing business in India, China, Middle East
- October 15, 2014
- Michigan Muslim Bar Association awards scholarship to Wayne Law student
- October 14, 2014
- Extreme demand moves Wayne Law's Julian Bond event Oct. 23 to larger venue
- October 13, 2014
Professors in the News
Dean Jocelyn Benson was quoted in a Detroit Free Press article titled "WSU law school to freeze tuition, offer scholarships."Read Article
Professor of Law John Mogk was quoted in a Detroit News report titled "Detroit's recovery taps riverfront's potential."Read Article
Professor of Law Laura Bartell was quoted in a Detroit News report titled "Bankruptcy ruling to come first week of November."Read Article
Professor of Law Laura Bartell was interviewed for a Michigan Public Radio report titled "Detroit reaches settlement with last major objecting creditor in bankruptcy."Read Article
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Calendar of Events
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- Wayne State University Farmers Market
- October 22 2014 at 11:00 AM5201 Cass AveThe 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.
- Stockyard Detroit food truck
- October 22 2014 at 11:00 AMLaw School parking lotThe Stockyard Detroit food truck will be in the Law School front parking lot.
- "Sports and the Law" with Rob Fournier, WSU Athletic Director
- October 22 2014 at 12:15 PMLaw School Building, 2242The Sports and Entertainment Law Society presents "Sports and the Law" with Rob Fournier, WSU Athletic Director.
- Let's Talk program - Confidential, drop-in time with a counselor
- October 22 2014 at 4:00 PMLaw School, Jury Room (off lobby of Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium)No appointment necessary. Let's Talk is an opportunity for law students to have a free, confidential, drop-in consultation with a professional counselor from Counseling and Psychological Services. No files are established or kept. Let's Talk isn't traditional counseling and offers students the opportunity to receive information about: Solutions Resources Immediate problem-solving Support Reasons you may use Let's Talk: Stress Peer pressure Relational concerns Anxiety The Let’s Talk program is modeled in part on the Let’s Talk program at Cornell University. We are indebted to our colleagues there for the name and idea; some of the material on their website has been duplicated here with permission. Special thanks to Matt Boone, LCSW, Cornell’s Let’s Talk coordinator, for sharing his expertise and experience.
- Wayne Law, Sixth Keith Biennial Lecture featuring Julian Bond
- October 23 2014 at 7:30 PMCommunity ArtsNote new location: WSU Community Arts Auditorium, 450 Reuther Mall The Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne State University Law School is pleased to announce its Sixth Biennial Lecture featuring civil rights activist and distinguished professor Julian Bond. The lecture, titled "Under Color of Law" is sponsored by Comerica Bank and will take place at 7:30 p.m. in Wayne State University's Community Arts Auditorium on Thursday, October 23, 2014. Reservations are not required, but recommended. Complete details
- Wayne Law SBG HalLAWeen Party
- October 23 2014 at 10:00 PMCoaches CornerCome out and celebrate with SBG at our annual EPIC HalLAWeen Party this THURSDAY from 10pm until 2am!!! Dance. Drink. Dress up. Bring your friends! Drink Specials all night and a live DJ! Tickets are $10! Get them at the door or avoid a line and buy them on paypal ahead of time! http://wsulawsbg.blogspot.com/ The party will be at Coaches Corner Bar - 1465 Centre, Detroit, Michigan
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Gerald Gleeson II '95, a principal in Miller Canfield's Litigation and Dispute Resolution, has been elected as a fellow of...Read more
Dean Jocelyn Benson spoke on the state of Michigan's campaign finance law in the aftermath of the...Read more
Mahde Abdallah was awarded a scholarship by the Michigan Muslim Bar Association. He is a third-year...Read more