Wayne Law professor, alumni lead sessions for People's Law School
The People’s Law School, a seven-week program to help the community learn about the legal system, is getting support from Wayne State University Law School, including a professor and three alumni.
Distinguished Professor of Law Robert Sedler, one of the world’s foremost authorities on constitutional law, led a Sept. 17 session on “Hot Issues in Constitutional Law,” for the venture, which is sponsored by the Michigan Association for Justice, Wayne Law and the law firm of Sinas Dramis. Issues tackled by Sedler included gay rights and the national Voting Rights Act.
The two-hour sessions are at the East Lansing Hannah Community Center. They began Sept. 10 and continue through Oct. 22.
Wayne Law alumnus Stephen Sinas (class of 2007) led a Sept. 10 session on the Affordable Care Act, and alumnus George Sinas (class of 1975) will take on Michigan’s auto no-fault laws Sept. 24. Alumnus Bryan Waldman (class of 1992) will speak about bicycle and pedestrian law Oct. 1. All three attorneys are with Sinas Dramis.
Other sessions in the series will include estate planning Oct. 8, criminal law Oct. 15 and civil disobedience Oct. 22. Visit www.peopleslawschool.org to learn more.