Helping parents : MLaw grad to work for 'Bronx Defenders'
Published: June 27, 2016
Miriam Schachter found her interest in the law sparked in the Teach for America Corps, when she taught the English language to K-6 immigrant and refugee students in a low-income community in Kansas City, Mo. [ More » ]
Monday Profile: Edmund SikorskiJune 27, 2016
Edmund Sikorski was born and raised in Detroit. Prior to entering law school at the University of Detroit School of Law, he was a surgical and emergency room technician working at hospitals located in Detroit and Ann Arbor.
'Changing closets': Law grad's article takes top spot in National Law Review contestJune 27, 2016
Dahlia Seligman capped her legal education at Michigan State University College of Law by winning a National Law Review contest with her article, “Changing Closets: Transgendered Youths’ Right to Dress in Public Schools and the First Amendment.&rdqu
MLaw study finds 'Ban the Box' leads to increase in employer racial discriminationJune 27, 2016
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