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Professors in the News
Sep22

Professor of Law Peter Henning was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "FBI probes Md. terror link in Detroit case."

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Sep20

Professor of Law Peter Henning was a guest on Bloomberg Law discussing, "Stumpf Faces Relentless Senate Questions."

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Sep20

Professor of Law John Mogk was quoted by The Bond Buyer for its report, "Michigan Cities' Suit Says State Shortchanged Them on Aid."

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Sep16

Interim Dean Lance Gable was featured in the Detroit Legal News for its report, "Wayne Law names Gable interim dean."

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"Why Law School? Why Wayne?" - University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
September 27 2016 at 12:00 PM
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Career Center Program Room,
Talk with Wayne Law Interim Dean Lance Gable and learn about Wayne Law: - Scholarships - Benefits of attending law school in Midtown Detroit - Wayne Law's unrivaled programming, including: Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law Program for International Legal Studies Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights Levin Center at Wayne Law Refreshments provided
Entrepreneurship & Business Law Society 1L Meeting
September 27 2016 at 12:15 PM
Law Classroom 1545
EBLS 1L representative elections
The State of the International Criminal Court
September 27 2016 at 12:15 PM
Wayne State University Law School, Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium
Wayne Law's Program for International Legal Studies will host Dr. Sara Wharton, assistant professor, University of Windsor Faculty of Law. Wharton will discuss the International Criminal Court, principles and rules of jurisdiction under which it operates, cases that have come before it in its first 15 years and the challenges and critiques it faces. Lunch will be served. 
Making Sense of the Fall Campaign
September 27 2016 at 3:00 PM
Wayne State University Law School,
Wayne State University's Department of Political Science and Political Science Students Association, in conjunction with Wayne State University Law School, present, "Making Sense of the Fall Campaign."  Presenters include:  Professor (and former State Rep.) Timothy Bledsoe"Alignment and Realignment in 2016 and Beyond" Professor Ronald E. Brown"What Do You Have to Lose?: Black Religious Voters and 2016 Presidential Election" Professor Kevin Deegan-Krause"Predicting Donald Trump (and Other Things Europeans Know About American Elections that Americans Don't)" Professor Jeffrey Grynaviski"Partisan Bias in the Classroom: Lessons from Political Science" Professor Marjorie Sarbaugh-Thompson"The Michigan Races: Don't Forget to Finish the Whole Ballot!" Special Guests: Jocelyn Benson, director, Levin Center at Wayne Law Linda Gustitus, co-director of training and conferences, Levin Center at Wayne Law Moderator: Brad Roth, professor, Wayne State University Law School and Wayne State University Department of Political Science  
Legal Observer Training
September 27 2016 at 6:30 PM
Damon J. Keith Law Center 2242
If you are interested in learning how to protect the rights of progressive Michigan protesters, please join the National Lawyers Guild for the next legal observer training on September 27th at 6:30 PM in Room 2242 of the law school. Food will be served during the training with a short mixer to follow at Circa Saloon (across the street from the law school). All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!
Wayne State Night at Comerica Park
September 27 2016 at 7:00 PM
Comerica Park
Come cheer the Tigers on to victory over the Cleveland Indians at the second annual Wayne State Night! Students, alumni, faculty, staff, family and friends are invited to show their Warrior/Tiger pride at Comerica Park.  Transportation: The Dean of Students Office is sponsoring a shuttle to and from the game, campus pick-up and drop-off will be outside Dunkin Donuts. Times: First campus pickup will be at 6:00, the shuttle will run continuously until a half-hour after the last pitch. If the game goes late, the last shuttle will be at 11:00 p.m., so please plan to get to the shuttle stop well in advance! Although the Wayne State ticket packages are sold out, you can still buy tickets to the game. And you can still get a hat! Our Wayne State Bookstore will have the co-branded Wayne State/Tiger hats for sale in early November. Order Tickets  
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Alumni Accomplishments
Alice Jennings

Alice Jennings '78, received the Peter Hammer Award from the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Michigan...

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Faculty, staff accomplishments
Paul Dubinsky

Associate Professor of Law Paul Dubinsky presented "Federalism and Private International Law Treaties: Where Does the...

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Student Accomplishments
Brant Losinski

Brant Losinski was featured in The Alpena News for its report, "Homegrown musician returns for music festival."...

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