Panel To Discuss Changing Perspectives Of The Legal Profession
DETROIT (Sept. 6, 2007) – Wayne State University Law School will host a panel discussion titled “Leadership Perspectives: Changing the Michigan Legal Community” from 12:15 – 1:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007 in the Spencer Partrich Auditorium.
The panel, led by moderator Assistant Professor Jocelyn Benson, will discuss the changing perspectives of the legal profession. Key areas to be covered include: before law school; during law school; entering the profession; changing focus during practice; and vision for the future.
Panelists include The Honorable Nancy Edmunds, ’76, Former Chair of the United States District Court, Marcy Wolfson, ’98, of Ford Motor Company, and Michael Pitt, ’74, of Pitt, Dowty, McGehee & Mirer, PC.
The event will be held as a brown bag lunch, with the Law School providing beverages. It is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Robin Dortenzio, Special Events Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (313) 577-3934.
Wayne State University Law School has served the Detroit metropolitan area since its inception as Detroit City Law School in 1927. Located at 471 W. Palmer St. in Detroit’s re-energized historic cultural center, the Law School remains committed to student success and features modern lecture and court facilities, multi-media and distance learning classrooms, a 250-seat auditorium, and the Arthur Neef Law Library, which houses one of the nation's 30 largest legal collections. Taught by an internationally recognized and expert faculty, Wayne State Law School students experience a high-quality legal education via a growing array of hands-on curricular offerings, five live-client clinics, and access to well over 100 internships with local and non-profit entities each year. Its 11,000 living alumni, who work in every state of the nation and more than a dozen foreign countries, are experts in their disciplines and include leading members of the local, national and international legal communities. For more information, visit www.law.wayne.edu.