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Wayne Law professor appointed to national position with federal courts
Scholar to speak at labor law symposium Oct. 19 at Wayne Law
Wayne Law students win Wolverine Bar Foundation scholarships
Susan Cancelosi named associate dean of Wayne Law
Paul Rosen’s passion for law inspires friends to form speaker series at Wayne Law
Wayne Law hosts annual An Evening at the Ballpark
Wayne Law to induct new members into alumni wall of fame Sept. 12
Wayne Law faculty member, law library supervisor named Unsung Heroes
Robert Ackerman named director of Levin Center at Wayne Law
Wayne Law student awarded prestigious workers’ rights fellowship
Levin Center at Wayne Law sends legal interns to U.S. Senate
Wayne Law welcomes new director of Asylum & Immigration Law Clinic
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Rachel Settlage appointed Wayne Law’s director of clinical education
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Levin Center at Wayne Law debuts online congressional oversight tutorials
Wayne Law students awarded international fellowships, internships
Wayne Law students win Macomb County Bar Foundation scholarships
Wayne Law Golf Outing raises nearly $25,000 for endowed scholarship
Wayne Law's Jessup team earns honors at Midwest regional and international rounds
Wayne Law student awarded scholarships
Levin Center hosts Scholars Roundtable on Congressional Oversight
Wayne Law alumnus, faculty members named to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights state Advisory Committee
Wayne State University names Richard Bierschbach new dean of its law school
Wayne Law to host June 5 golf outing
Wayne Law students tour public interest organizations
Wayne Law Commencement honors 120

Alumni accomplishments

Douglas Dozeman (1983)

has been re-elected as managing partner at Warner Norcross & Judd, where he is tasked with guiding the firm’s strategic direction and continued growth over the next two years across the firm’s eight offices.  Dozeman earned his bachelor’s degree from Calvin College.

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Faculty accomplishments

Kirsten Carlson’s

latest research “Making Strategic Choices: How and Why Indian Groups Advocated for Federal Recognition from 1977 to 2012” reveals that a dynamic interplay of goals, motivations, and constraints influence groups to different strategies over time. Read more

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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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