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Professor of Law Peter Henning wrote, "When Making a Fraud Claim, Choose Your Filing Date Wisely," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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Distinguished Professor of Law Robert Sedler was quoted by Macomb County Legal News for its report, "Awaiting Trump's impact, including court nominations."

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Associate Vice President for Academic Personnel Stephen Calkins was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "Ramirez Exit Gives Trump Unprecedented Chance to Shape FTC."

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Associate Professor of Law Noah Hall was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Schuette backs getting bottled water delivered in Flint."

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College of Engineering 2017 Annual Winter Career Fair (Info. for Recruiters)
January 24 2017 at 10:00 AM
Student Center
  Please join us for the  College of Engineering Annual Winter Career Fair  Tuesday, January 24WSU Student Center, 2nd Floor 8:30 - 9:45 a.m.Exhibitor setup  10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Career Fair Open to All  Please register by Friday, January 13, 2017Wayne State is a premier public, urban research university. Our academic excellence, diversity and Detroit location provide students with a competitive advantage in their fields. At the Wayne State College of Engineering, all students are exposed to global experiences, community partnerships, high-impact research, hands-on learning and career development. Our graduates are in demand--the 2014 graduating class had a 90% placement rate at graduation. Employer registration: $250Each standard registration includes 6' table, 2 chairs, display space, admission for up to four recruiters and two parking spaces. Additional table space also is available for purchase. Discounted registration for government agencies, $75. Add-on items:- Additional 6' table and two chairs, $100- Admission for four additional recruiters and two additional parking spaces, $50- Add on package: Additional 6' table, two additional chairs, admission for four additional recruiters and two additional parking spaces, $120  Parking: Two parking spaces for every four recruiters is inclued in your standard registration. Parking is arranged Parking Structure 1 at the nortwest corner of Cass and Palmer.  Lunch:Lunch will be provided from noon to 2 p.m. for all registered recruiters. Questions about the event? Contact information you need updated?   Please contact: Erin Rook, Program Coordinator, Engineering Career Resources Center at erin.rook@wayne.edu.
Alumni Speaker Series: Immigration Law
January 24 2017 at 12:15 PM
Damon J. Keith Law Collection
Wayne State University Law School's Alumni Speaker Series invites Wayne Law alumni back to campus to share their knowledge and speak informally about their careers with students in a small setting. Lunch provided. This event is free but registration is required. Panelists: Debra Auerbach Clephane, '91, shareholder at The Murray Law Group Leila Freijy, '97, attorney at Law office of Leila Freijy, PLLC Anthony L. Ray, '99, attorney at Ray Law International Moderator: Rachel Settlage, Assistant Professor of Law, Director of the Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic  
Federalist Society Winter Meeting
January 25 2017 at 12:15 PM
Law School Building
We will be discussing the speakers that the chapter will be bringing to campus this semester, as well as planning other chapter events for the semester. We will also be providing information about the organization for any students interested in joining. Lunch provided.
Black Law Students Association Monthly Meeting
January 25 2017 at 12:15 PM
Damon J. Keith Center Room 1243
Monthly membership meeting
Water is Life: Standing Rock and the Intersection of Indigenous and Environmental Rights
January 25 2017 at 3:30 PM
Wayne State University Law School, Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium
Panel discussion on the significance of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. Speakers Include: Lisa McGeshick, Indigenous Organizer, will offer a firsthand account of her experience at Standing Rock and share about her environmental and indigenous rights activism in Michigan. Nick Schroeck, Director, WSU Environmental Law Clinic, will speak to the health and environment hazards posed by pipelines and disucss the current policy landscape of energy infrastructure in the US. Kirsten Carlson, Professor of Law, WSU, is an expert in tribal law and will disucss tribal law and treaty issues relating to Standing Rock. Shanna Merola, Legal Observer Coordinator, National Lawyers Guild, will speak about her experience doing legal support work at Standing Rock and will share a few photographs and videos from her trip there. *Food will be provided* Cosponsored by National Lawyers Guild and Damon J. Keith Students for Civil Rights
Wayne Law Honors Convocation
January 26 2017 at 4:00 PM
Law School Partrich Auditorium
Wayne Law Honors Convocation
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Alumni Accomplishments
Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross '65, founded the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality, which opened a regional office in Detroit....

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Faculty, staff accomplishments
Elise Bean

Washington Co-Director, Levin Center at Wayne Law Elise Bean was included in the Global Tax 50, a list compiled by International Tax Review...

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Student Accomplishments
Holland Locklear

Holland Locklear was featured in the Detroit Legal News for its report, "Profile in Brief: Holland Locklear." Read...

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