People's Law School resumes virtually this Fall

People’s Law School will resume in a virtual format via ZOOM this fall. Hosted by the Michigan Association for Justice and Sinas Dramis Law Firm, People’s Law School consists of seven free educational courses to share important, timely legal topics and help the public understand their legal rights.

These sessions will be held from 7 to 8 PM on Tuesdays with a recess on Nov. 3 for Election Day. Register at

The schedule includes:

• October 6: Employment Survival Guide, COVID-19 and Beyond –
Marla Linderman, Employment Litigation Attorney at Linderman Law PLLC in Ann Arbor

• October 13: Silver Tsunami: Issues Impacting the Elderly –
Honorary Judge Curtis J. Bell, Kalamazoo County Probate Court in Kalamazoo

• October 20: Auto No-Fault Reform –
Steve Sinas, Personal Injury Attorney at Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Lansing

• October 27: Landlord-Tenant and Foreclosure Law –
Karen Tjapkes, Appeals Attorney and Director of Strategic Litigation for Legal Aid of Western Michigan in Grand Rapids

• November 10: Fire & Explosion Cases –
Steve Weston, Personal Injury Attorney at Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Kalamazoo

• November 17: Your Right to Protest –
Presented by Cynthia Heenan, Civil Rights Lawyer at Constitutional Litigation A