July 31, 2020

    1. Risk management takeaways from COVID-19 pandemic
    2. Enslaved people's health was ignored from America's beginning, laying the groundwork for today's health disparities
    3. One Perspective: Conflict between cities and suburbs is overhyped
    4. Enough! A call to action for lawyers to fight racism
    5. The gender pay gap that no one is paying attention to
    6. Unanticipated risks of remote evidentiary hearings


    1. Protesters vary as much as their arrests, AP analysis shows
    2. Ex-state lawmaker gets 2 years in prison in bribery case
    3. Epstein's ex-girlfriend tries late bid to seal testimony
    4. National Roundup
    5. Review: 'The Fight' documents the ACLU in the age of Trump


    1. Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity secures $14M in apprenticeship grants


    1. Slaying at U.S. judge's home raises concern about cyberthreats
    2. Court says Judd can sue Weinstein for sexual harassment
    3. Supreme Court Justice Breyer speaks at ABA virtual conference


    1. ABA launches 'Welcome to Law School,' a pre-law preparation program
    2. Lawmakers keen to break up 'big tech' like Amazon and Google need to realize the world has changed a lot since Microsoft and Standard Oil
    3. Bleak economic data point to struggles ahead for U.S. economy
    4. AstraZeneca: won't profit from COVID-19 vaccine in pandemic
    5. Law school compiles list of anti-racism books and resources written by faculty


    1. Cypher appointed U.S. Marshal for Eastern Michigan
    2. Wayne Law grad to receive 2020 State Bar Champion of Justice Award
    3. Former player: Schembechler knew of abuse at U of Michigan
    4. Unanticipated risks of remote evidentiary hearings
    5. Daily Briefs