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Wayne Law professor receives AAI Antitrust Achievement Award
Levin Center at Wayne Law sends 6 legal interns to Capitol Hill
Clinic director, students stand up for legal rights of immigrant detainees
Dean Robb memorial: Schedule updates, McCormack to speak
Wayne Law students awarded Wolverine Bar Foundation scholarships
Wayne Law to host Dean Robb memorial June 6
Wayne Law students honored by National Lawyers Guild
The Journal of Law in Society at Wayne Law elects 2019-20 editorial board
Wayne Law students awarded Women Lawyers Association of Michigan scholarships
Wayne Law students elect Student Board of Governors for 2019-20
Wayne State University remembers Judge Damon J. Keith
Wayne Law remembers Judge Damon J. Keith
Statement on the passing of Judge Damon J. Keith
Wayne Law moot court team among top 16 in nation
Journal of Business Law at Wayne Law elects new board
Krasuski receives student-athlete Deans' Award
Wayne Law students selected for Public Interest Law Fellowships
Law schools face off in Wayne Law Jaffe Transactional Law Competition
Alumna channels inner fire to help nonprofits
‘Rising Star’ Tamira Chapman leaves flourishing career in corporate law to help nonprofits through her own business
Nessel appoints Wayne Law professor special assistant attorney general
Wayne Law event empowers advocates to combat sex trafficking
Wayne Law conference to analyze sex trafficking laws
Wayne Law alumnus marries love of sports with legal work
Trivax takes first place oralist
Moot Court team advances to national competition

Alumni accomplishments

Brian Aquart (2009)

was promoted to director, talent and organizational performance at Northwell Health. Prior to joining Northwell, Aquart served as executive agency counsel with the New York City Human Resources Administration. He earned his bachelor’s from the University of Florida.

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Faculty accomplishments

Robert A. Sedler

participated in the University of Kentucky Libraries’ Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History Initiates Vietnam War Era project titled, “University of Kentucky History: The Turbulent Years, 1965–1975.” During that time period, Sedler was a professor at the university and worked as a volunteer lawyer for the ACLU of Kentucky.

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Student accomplishments

Ki Lee O’Brien

was quoted in a report for the Oakland County Legal News, “Empowerment: Law student serves as co-president of association.”

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