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Wayne Law presents top scholar awards to first-year students

Wayne State University Law School recently presented its top scholar awards for 2013-14 academic coursework by first-year students.
Awarded students earned the highest grades in their class sections. They are:

Bankruptcy – Selena Stanski of Dearborn
Constitutional Law I, Section I – Samuel Simkins of Dearborn
Constitutional Law I, Section II – John Lewsley of Auburn Hills
Constitutional Law, Evening Section – Anthony Akins of Warren
Property Law, Day Section – Michelle Kolkmeyer of Bloomfield Hills
Property Law, Evening Section – Zachary DeLoy of Plymouth
Torts, Sections I and II – Haley Jonna of Keego Harbor and John Lewsley of Auburn Hills
Torts, Evening Section – Olivia Vizachero of Allen Park
Civil Procedure A, Section I – James Buster of Rochester Hills
Civil Procedure A, Section II – Samuel Kokoszka of Plymouth
Civil Procedure A, Evening Section – James Townsend of Royal Oak
Civil Procedure B, Section I – Alexis Shull of Wolverine Lake
Civil Procedure B, Section II – Samuel Kokoszka of Plymouth
Civil Procedure B, Evening Section – Emily Sullivan of Cass City
Contracts A, Sections I – James Buster of Rochester Hills, Kristin Sage of Ypsilanti and Samuel Simkins of Dearborn
Contracts A, Section II – Samuel Kokoszka of Plymouth
Contracts A, Evening Section – James Townsend of Royal Oak
Contracts B, Section I – Samuel Simkins of Dearborn
Contracts B, Sections II – Dylan Beadle of Washington, John Lewsley of Auburn Hills and Rebecca Loyer
Contracts B, Evening Section – Emily Sullivan of Cass City
Criminal Law, Section I – Samuel Simkins of Dearborn
Criminal Law, Section II – Haley Jonna of Keego Harbor
Criminal Law, Evening Section – Olivia Vizachero of Allen Park
Legal Research and Writing the Best Brief Awards – Dominic Bonell of Dearborn, Brandon Debus of Washington Township, Gerard Guinane of Waterford, Ryan Richter of Belleville and Emily Sullivan of Cass City.

Miller Canfield to host Before the Bell Breakfast Forum

Area investment advisors, registered representatives, and trust officers are invited to join Miller Canfield corporate lawyer Kal Goren at the next Before the Bell Breakfast Forum titled “The Hardest/Easiest Questions Your Clients Will Ask....”  The forum will take place on Thursday, Sept. 11, from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. There is no cost to attend. Space is limited to registered representatives, investment advisors, and trust officers. Advance reservations are required.  To register, visit www.millercanfield.com and click on “events.” For additional information, call Sandy Bera at 248-267-3345.

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