Wayne Law students tour public interest organizations

Public Interest Organization tourDETROIT – Wayne Law’s Career Services Office hosted a Public Interest Organization Tour on Friday, April 21. Ten participating students toured three organizations where they networked with attorneys and staff. At the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan students spoke with Legal Director Mike Steinberg, Wayne Law class of 1989 and Staff Attorney Bonsitu Kitaba, Wayne Law class of 2014. While visiting the Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice, the group met with Lead Attorney Tony Paris, Wayne Law class of 2007. The final stop was the law offices of Goodman Hurwitz PC where students met with Julie Hurwitz and Bill Goodman.

Photo attached: Ten Wayne Law students met with attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan. The ACLU was one of three stops on Wayne Law’s Public Interest Organization Tour in April. Pictured in the back row, from left: Brian Hommel, Phillip Keller, Michael Baskins, Michael Steinberg and Brant Losinski. Pictured in the front row, from left: Bonsitu Kitaba, Madeline Sinkovich, Nusrat Hussain, Leslie Card, Hilary Braley, Mignon Lott and Linda Girard. For more photos, visit law.wayne.edu/publicinteresttour.

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