Black judges to discuss careers, issues of diversity Feb. 10 at Wayne Law

DETROIT – As part of Black History Month, a panel of black judges will talk about their careers and issues of diversity in the judiciary Tuesday, Feb. 10, at Wayne State University Law School.

The discussion, set from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m., will be hosted by Wayne Law’s Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights and the law school’s Black Law Student Association. It will be in the Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium at Wayne Law, 471 W. Palmer St. Admission is free, and lunch will be served. Parking will be available for $7 (credit and debit cards only) in Structure One across West Palmer Street from the law school.

Panelists will be:

  • Judge Deborah Geraldine Ford, 36th District Court of Michigan
  • Judge Denise Page Hood, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
  • Judge Terrance Keith, Wayne County Probate Court
  • Judge Cylenthia Miller, 36th District Court of Michigan
  • Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Stafford, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, Wayne Law class of 1993

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