Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, ACLU of Michigan, and University of Michigan release findings from ‘Prosecutor Transparency Project’ study
Published: February 29, 2024
The Prosecutor Transparency Project recently released findings from a multi-year analysis of racial disparities in the prosecutorial system in Washtenaw County.
MSU College of Law hosts ‘Lawyers without Rights’ art exhibitionFebruary 29, 2024The ‘Lawyers without Rights’ exhibition at MSU College of Law consists of 25 panels telling the story of how many German Jewish lawyers and judges were expunged from office and the German Federal Bar during the Third Reich.
A parade gives way to another round of violenceFebruary 29, 2024Just days after the University of Michigan football team won the national title on January 8, some lifelong friends and I decided to bask in the glory a bit more by attending the championship parade down State Street in Ann Arbor, braving below-zero wind chills as we stood in snow banks to salute our conquering heroes.
Human Trafficking Commission conducts first meeting of 2024February 29, 2024The Michigan Human Trafficking Commission held its first meeting of the year on January 29.
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- Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, ACLU of Michigan, and University of Michigan release findings from ‘Prosecutor Transparency Project’ study
- MSU College of Law hosts ‘Lawyers without Rights’ art exhibition
- A parade gives way to another round of violence
- Human Trafficking Commission conducts first meeting of 2024
- University of Michigan Law professor Steven Schaus honored for proposing an alternative view of consortium claims
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