MSU Law Assistant Dean continues his work on lawyer well-being
Published: February 23, 2024
MSU College of Law Assistant Dean for Student and Academic Affairs Abijah Taylor has been appointed by the Michigan Supreme Court to the Commission on Well-Being in the Law for a two-year term. Assistant Dean Taylor served on the Michigan Task Force on Well-Being in the Law as one of the law school representatives from May 2022-August 2023.
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Juvenile Lifer Unit seeks legal and mitigation internsFebruary 23, 2024The State Appellate Defender Office’s Juvenile Lifer Unit (JLU) is seeking legal and mitigation interns to help with client intake, record collection, record review and analysis, and initial legal advocacy for individuals who are newly eligible for resentencing hearings.
Municipal NoticesFebruary 23, 2024NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a public hearing to be held by the Norton Shores Planning Commission at a scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 5:30 P.M. in the Community Room, Norton Shores Library, 705 Seminole Road, for the purpose of hearing comments regarding the following requests:
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