Wayne Law alumni share expertise on international law
DETROIT - "Fresh Perspectives on International Law" was the topic of the Tuesday, Feb. 17, installment of Wayne State University Law School's Alumni Speaker Series.
Panelists were Kimberly Berger, Wayne Law class of 1999, a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution and intellectual property groups at Miller Canfield Paddock & Stone's Detroit office; Brad Bidwell, class of 2011, lead global data security and data privacy attorney for Dow Chemical Co. in Midland; Joseph DeVito, J.D. class of 1995 and LL.M. class of 2005, an attorney with Howard & Howard in Royal Oak; and Bryan Zair, class of 2004, a partner in the corporate and securities practice group of Mayer Brown LLP's Chicago office.
Moderator was Professor Gregory Fox, director of Wayne Law's Program for International Legal Studies.
Wayne Law student Blair Daniels shares a moment with alumnus Joseph DeVito.
Speakers for the "Fresh Perspectives on International Law" event at Wayne Law are, from left, Brad Bidwell, Bryan Zair, Professor Gregory Fox, Kimberly Berger and Joseph DeVito.