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  • Twitter may take a wrong turn for the worse

    June 23, 2022

     Before the word “twitter” needed to be capitalized, it was a seldom-used expression that meant chirping, chattering, or quivering, depending on whether it was in the form of a noun or a verb.  

  • A look back at a 'legend' in Detroit firm's legal lore

    June 16, 2022

     Some 27 years ago, in celebration of the centennial of The Detroit Legal News, the paper published a magazine honoring 16 “Legal Legends” from Detroit over the 1895 to 1995 time frame. 

  • Michigan Law alumnae awarded Equal Justice Works Fellowships

    June 23, 2022

     Three Michigan Law alumnae are recipients of the 2022 Equal Justice Works Fellowship, which will support their work in an area of public interest law. Susan Fleurant, Audrey Hertzberg and Hetali Lodaya are part of a class of 84 law school graduates wh

  • Leading role: CEO displays a keen eye for acquiring legal talent

    June 16, 2022

     At a time when job mobility has become an increasing challenge for law firm CEOs across the country, Honigman Chair David Foltyn stands as a prime example of the outlier – a leader who is a “lifer.”  

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