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Wayne Law students serving public interest through summer fellowships
Wayne Law student wins honorable mention in national writing competition
Erica Shell, who graduated from Wayne State University Law School on Monday, May 18, has been awarded an honorable mention in a national environmental law writing competition.
Wayne Law team honored for 2nd-place brief at national competition
Two Wayne Law students to compete in Diversity Moot Court Competition semifinals
Two students win Wayne Law Moot Court's Arthur Neef Competition Finals
Wayne Law presents top scholar awards to 2013-14 first-year students
Wayne Law student awarded federal court's scholarship
Wayne Law students serving public interest through summer fellowships
Wayne Law student wins environmental writing competition
Law student immersed in business development
Wayne Law student wins prize in national writing contest
Wayne Law student Yunjoo Goze has been awarded third prize in a national writing contest sponsored by two committees of the American Bar Association.
Wayne Law students to intern with international businesses
Four Wayne State University law students will spend this summer as interns exploring the world of international business and law.
Wayne Law students have more international opportunities than ever before
The opportunity for law students to work and study abroad has never been better at Wayne State University Law School, where the robust Program for International Legal Studies continues to expand and thrive.
Fellowships allow law students to serve public interest
Fifteen students will get hands-on experience with the practice of public interest law this summer, with the support of the 2013 Public Interest Law Fellowships.
ABA moot court team goes to quarterfinals
Transactional law team places third in competition
Wayne Law Moot Court program sees increased success at competitions
The Wayne Law Moot Court Outside Competitions Team recently wrapped up its 2013 season with one of the more successful years for the program.
Environmental moot court team shines in competition
Law student awarded post-graduation fellowship to help veterans
Wayne Law Review announces editorial board for 2013-14
Wayne State University Law School congratulates the student members of the 2013-2014 Wayne Law Review Editorial Board.
Law intern working in India has book published about human rights violations he observed
Wayne State University Law School student Eric Shovein is now a published book author, and proceeds from his publication will help an international human rights and torture law organization.
Stellar student gains job with international tax firm
Rachel Hom, a third-year law student, is poised to follow her Wayne State University Law School success with the launch of a career in international law after graduation.
LaForest and McQuillan win Arthur Neef Moot Court Competition
Check it out! Wayne Law Review has new website
Free Legal Aid Clinic celebrates move to new office

Alumni accomplishments

Alexander A. Ayar (2006)

joined the Detroit office of McDonald Hopkins LLC as member in the Litigation Department. Ayar’s legal practice has focused on litigation matters involving business, real estate, construction, employment, data privacy and cyber security. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Oakland University.

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Faculty accomplishments

Carl Levin

was appointed as a facilitator for a class-action lawsuit stemming from the Flint water crisis by U.S. Eastern District Court Judge Judith Levy. Read more here.

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Student accomplishments

Sharae’ Smiley

was featured in the Macomb County Legal News for its report, “Mock trial, moot court affirm passion for advocacy.” Read the full article here.

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