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Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
November 3 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law School, Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights,
The history and modern significance of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 will be the focus of a Wayne Law program marking the legislation’s 50th anniversary. Speakers: Professor Peter J. Hammer, director of the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights. He’ll offer an overview of the Civil Rights Act and its impact 50 years later. Rachel Myung, second-year law student and an articles editor for The Journal of Law and Society at Wayne Law. She’ll speak on behalf of the Women’s Law Caucus about the Civil Rights Act from the perspective of gender equality in the workplace. Cecil Roberson, second-year law student, president of the Black Law Student Association at Wayne Law and a student attorney with the Free Legal Aid Clinic. He will discuss the Civil Rights Act today from the perspective of racial equality. Distinguished Professor Robert A. Sedler, who teaches courses in Constitutional Law and Conflict of Laws at Wayne Law. Sedler is the organizer of the anniversary event. He’ll discuss the legislative history of the Civil Rights Act. Lunch will be served. No registration is necessary. Complete details
The Finish Line: Exam Prep Strategies
November 4 2014 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom, 1550
As part of the First Year Workshop series, this program will discuss first year exams as a whole and specifically the dreaded format of multiple choice questions.  We will discuss preparation, approach, and how to master this type of exam.   This is a brown bag event, please RSVP to Sarah Garrison at sgarrison@wayne.edu, or call 313-577-9293 to register.
The Finish Line: Exam Prep Strategies
November 4 2014 at 5:00 PM
Law Classroom, 1550
As part of the First Year Workshop series, this program will discuss first year exams as a whole and specifically the dreaded format of multiple choice questions.  We will discuss preparation, approach, and how to master this type of exam.   This is a brown bag event, please RSVP to Sarah Garrison at sgarrison@wayne.edu, or call 313-577-9293 to register.
Arthur Neef Competition Quarter-Finals
November 4 2014 at 6:30 PM
Law School Building, 2242, 2103, 2246, 2261
Arther Neef Moot Court Competition Quarter-Finals
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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.