Daily Briefs (Feb. 19)

Association plans next meeting at Detroit Red Wings game, March 9

The Association of Defense Trial Counsel (ADTC) will host its March 2010 meeting as the Detroit Red Wings take on the Calgary Flames on Tuesday, March 9, beginning at 7 p.m. at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

Seats will be in sections 214 and 215. The price is $40 per ticket.

To order tickets, send name, address, telephone number, number of tickets being ordered along with amount enclosed in a check made payable to Association of Defense Trial Counsel and send to ADTC, 4315 Kiefer, Warren  48091-5003.

For additional information, contact Chuck Trickey at (586) 465-8203 or Diane Hirshey at (313) 237-0610.
 

CLS of Detroit to hold annual Lenten Evening of Reflection March 4

The Catholic Lawyers Society of Detroit will hold its annual Lenten Evening of Reflection on Thursday, March 4 at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, 2701 Chicago Blvd. The Evening will begin with a buffet dinner at 6 p.m. Followed by a presentation in the Cardinal Dearden Porch by Dr. Eduardo Echeverria around 7 p.m. entitled “Redeeming Law: Christian discipleship and the Legal Profession.” Echeverria is a well-known author and professor of philosophy at the Graduate School of Theology at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary. The cost of the Evening is $25. Checks should be made payable to the Catholic Lawyer Society of Detroit and may be collected at the door or sent in advance to the Catholic Lawyer Society of Detroit, C/O Patricia Galvin, 23409 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 100, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080. RSVP by March 1. For more information contact Patricia Galvin at prgalvin@ sbcglobal.net or at (586) 773-9890.


Stare Decisis focus of discussion at Wayne Law

The Michigan Chapter and the Wayne State University Law School Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society will present “The Michigan Supreme Court and Stare Decisis,” featuring Robert A. Sedler, Wayne Law distinguished professor of law, on Tuesday, March 2, at 6 p.m. in the Partrich Auditorium at 471 West Palmer Street in Detroit. The event is free of charge.

Sedler will discuss his study of the court’s 1999-2000 jurisprudence, including several decisions overruling prior decisions of the Court. Based upon his conclusion that the decisions lack legitimacy, Sedler will discuss arguments and strategies available to those litigants who may wish to ask the current Supreme Court to “overrule the overrulings” by the prior Supreme Court.


‘Call for Action’ seeks volunteer attorneys

Volunteer attorneys are being sought by WXYZ-TV Channel 7’s Call for Action.

Every Thursday volunteer attorneys come to the Channel 7 offices to answer incoming calls regarding legal matters.  The phones are open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The attorneys remain anonymous to callers and do not take cases for themselves.  They refer callers to bar associations and give general legal information.

Call for Action provides a light lunch to the volunteer attorneys.  The Channel 7 offices are located at 20777 W. Ten Mile Road in Southfield.  Anyone interested in volunteering should call (248) 827-1108.

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