Wayne Law hosts Professionalism in Action for first-year students
Wayne State University Law School first-year students discussed the importance of workplace civility and ethics Friday, Jan. 27, with metro Detroit attorneys and judges through the Professionalism in Action program.
Wayne Law and the State Bar of Michigan presented the program on Wayne State University’s campus.
Professionalism in Action emphasizes the importance of professionalism through a series of hypothetical situations, which are discussed in small-groups comprised of law students, lawyers and members of the judiciary.
Speakers at this year’s program included Interim Dean Lance Gable; Lawrence P. Nolan, president of the State Bar of Michigan; Kristin Theut, Wayne Law class of 1990, director of legal research and writing; and Felicia Thomas, assistant dean of student affairs and director of diversity initiatives.
Taking part in Professionalism in Action at Wayne State University are, from left, Darin Day, State Bar of Michigan director of outreach and constituent development; Kristin Theut; Lance Gable; Lawrence P. Nolan; and Felicia Thomas. For more photos, visit law.wayne.edu/professionalisminaction2017.