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Wayne Law, TechTown joining forces to offer free legal office hours
New three-year, $2.4 million grant expands WSU racial equity initiative
Wayne Law hosts discussion on NAFTA negotiations
Wayne Law student organization hosts Muslim model Halima Aden
Wayne Law hosts Annual Public Service Fair
More than 150 attend environmental justice conference at Wayne Law
Wayne Law ACLU Student Chapter hosts Bonsitu Kitaba
Environmental justice conference at Wayne Law set for Jan. 26
Wayne law to host discussion on NAFTA negotiations
Wayne Law student organization to host Muslim model Halima Aden
Levin Center at Wayne Law announces Carl Levin Award for Effective Oversight
Wayne Law hosts Meet the Judges
Wayne Law clinic charity nearly triples goal, helps 10 families
Wayne Law student receives woman of distinction award
Levin Center at Wayne Law announces new advisory board member
Wayne Law alumna is helping to change the world of finance
Wayne Law symposium focuses on ’67 Detroit rebellion
Wayne Law team advances to National Moot Court Competition finals
Professor’s article wins Excellence in Scholarship award
Levin Center convenes national scholars for immigration symposium at Wayne Law
Wayne Law again named a Best Value Law School
Award-winning attorneys present trial advocacy lecture at Wayne Law
Bipartisan panel to analyze GOP tax plans Wednesday at Wayne Law
Wayne Law student plays key role creating charity for Hurricane Harvey victims
Charles Hayden IV wasn’t in Texas when Hurricane Harvey hit, but he played a major role in creating a charity to help some who were.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Nov. 10 immigration symposium to convene top scholars at Wayne Law

Alumni accomplishments

Jeffrey Moss (LL.M. 1999)

was a contributing author to the Spring 2018 issue of the Journal of Taxation and Financial Regulation. His article, “Foreign Bank Account Reports: Will There Be More Scrutiny of FBARs and Other Disclosure Returns?” summarizes the past and current implementation of the FBAR reporting system. Moss is a member at Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler PLC. He earned his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School and bachelor’s from Michigan State University.

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Faculty accomplishments

Kirsten Matoy Carlson

was a speaker at the Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium at the University of New Mexico. She discussed “Opposition as Influence: American Indian Advocacy Against Federal Legislation.”

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Student accomplishments

Kathryn Kaleth

was elected senior notes editor of The Journal of Law in Society at Wayne Law.

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