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Professors in the News
Oct22

Dean Jocelyn Benson was quoted in The National Law Journal in an article titled "Wayne Law Freezing Tuition, Boosting Scholarships."

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Oct21

Dean Jocelyn Benson was quoted in a Detroit Free Press article titled "WSU law school to freeze tuition, offer scholarships."

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Oct21

Professor of Law John Mogk was quoted in a Detroit News report titled "Detroit's recovery taps riverfront's potential."

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Oct20

Professor of Law Laura Bartell was quoted in a Detroit News report titled "Bankruptcy ruling to come first week of November."

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Halloween Candy-grams
October 27 2014 at 12:00 PM
Tables in the Atrium
Write your friends and colleagues a candy-gram to wish them a Happy Halloween! Each candy-gram costs $2 to help raise money for the Women's Law Caucus, Tiane Brown Fund, and Alternatives for Girls.
1L Memo Training - Westlaw
October 27 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom, 1550
Westlaw Memo Training:  Learn research tips to help with yoru memo.
Guest Speaker and Second General Meeting
October 27 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom, 1535
The Wayne Law Veterans Association will be having their second meeting on Monday, October 27th to dicuss upcoming events.  Additionally, Attorney Elizabeth Zellner has been invited as a guest speaker to discuss her work with veterans and explain how to receive VA accreditation.
Career Services Office 1L Orientation
October 28 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom, 1535
The CSO team will discuss the resources and opportunities available to first-year students. 
Law's Fragile State: Colonial, Authoritarian, and Humanitarian Legacies in Sudan lecture with Mark Fathi Massoud
October 28 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Library, Arthur Neef, Faculty Lounge 3rd floor
Mark Fathi Massoud, Law's Fragile State: Colonial, Authoritarian, and Humanitarian Legacies in Sudan (Cambridge University Press, 2014).How do a legal order and the rule of law develop in a war-torn state? Using his field research in Sudan, the author uncovers how colonial administrators, postcolonial governments and international aid agencies have used legal tools and resources to promote stability and their own visions of the rule of law amid political violence and war in Sudan. Tracing the dramatic development of three forms of legal politics - colonial, authoritarian and humanitarian - this book contributes to a growing body of scholarship on law in authoritarian regimes and on human rights and legal empowerment programs in the Global South. Refuting the conventional wisdom of a legal vacuum in failed states, this book reveals how law matters deeply even in the most extreme cases of states still fighting for political stability.    Winner of the 2014 Herbert Jacob Book Award, Law and Society Association    Honourable Mention, 2014 C. Herman Pritchett Award, Law and Courts Section, American Political Science Association
NLG Election/General Business Meeting
October 28 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School Building, 2242
Candidate statements will be made before online voting begins.
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Alumni Accomplishments
Neil Rockind

Neil Rockind '93, founder of criminal defense law firm Neil Rockind PC, participated in a scientific forensics course...

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Faculty Accomplishments
Peter Hammer

Director of the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights; Professor of Law Peter Hammer will be honored Oct. 30 at The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee...

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Student Accomplishments
Mahde Abdallah

Mahde Abdallah was awarded a scholarship by the Michigan Muslim Bar Association. He is a third-year...

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