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Legal Aspects of Investment in Three Emerging Markets: China, India and the Middle East
October 30 2014 at 10:30 AM
Law School Building, Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium
In recent years, American trade with China, India and Arab countries in the Middle East has boomed. American lawyers are increasingly involved in helping U.S. companies invest in those countries and in facilitating “inbound” investment from those countries. This panel will explore the critical legal issues that emerge from structuring these transactions. The speakers are leading national authorities on the three regions, each with years of experience in both inbound and outbound investment. This event is presented by Wayne Law's Program for International Legal Studies. Panelists: Michael McMillen - Curtis (New York) Gurinder Singh - Auvera Legal (New York) Vivian Wu - Baker & McKenzie (Beijing) Moderator: Bruce Thelen - Dickinson Wright (Detroit) Lunch will follow the presentation.
Halloween Candy-Gram Pick Up
October 30 2014 at 12:00 PM
Table in the Atrium
Pick up your Halloween candy-grams from the Women's Law Caucus table!
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected
October 30 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School Building, 2261
A presentation on issues relating to Michigan's wolf hunt laws.
Voters' Rights: Panel Discussion
October 30 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School, Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights
Voting is the most fundamental aspect of any democratic institution. It is through the right to vote that the public has a medium to transform its collective will into action. Unfortunately, our country is no stranger to attempts at disenfranchising voters, even today. Please attend and learn all about changes from around the country that are affecting citizens' rights to vote. Speakers: Michael Steinberg, legal director of the ACLU of Michigan since 1997 and former professor of Wayne Law’s Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Clinic. Jack Lessenberry, area head of the journalism faculty at Wayne State University, longtime columnist for the Metro Times and senior political analyst for Michigan Public Radio. Jack Schulz, civil rights and labor attorney at Miller Cohen and manager of the largest voter registration effort in Louisiana history. Topic will include: Recent Supreme Court cases Redistricting in Michigan Voter intimidation Voter ID laws Voter registration Felons' voting rights Lunch will be provided.
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Welcome alumni and friends

 The Office of Development and Alumni Affairs is here to help our 11,000 alumni stay connected to Wayne Law and to each other.

There are many opportunities for Wayne Law alumni to get involved and play an active role in the life of the Law School.

  • Participate in the Law Alumni Association or become a member of its Board of Directors
  • Attend an upcoming alumni event or host a future event
  • Share your expertise with a student organization
  • Join a reunion host committee or attend a reunion
  • Participate in Career Services programs, such as mock interviews or panel discussions
  • Serve as a judge for the Legal Writing Program’s 1L oral arguments
  • Send us an alumni story idea for Raising the Bar or The Wayne Lawyer

Help us stay in touch with you by keeping your contact information up to date. If you have changed employers or have a new address, phone number or email address, let us know by emailing lawalumni@wayne.edu. If you have accomplishments that you’d like us to include for publication in Raising the Bar or The Wayne Lawyer or on our website, email lawalumni@wayne.edu.

If you are interested in any of the above or have any thoughts on how we can better serve our alumni, contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at Wayne Law at lawalumni@wayne.edu.