Daily Briefs . . .

 Demand moves Wayne Law’s Julian Bond event to larger venue

Because of overwhelming response, Wayne State University Law School’s sixth Damon J. Keith Biennial Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 23, featuring activist Julian Bond will move to a larger venue.

The event initially was planned for the law school’s Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium. But with more than 400 people registered already, the lecture has been moved to the university’s larger Community Arts Auditorium at 450 Reuther Mall. The larger venue also allows the law school to continue taking registrations for the event. 
See Mark the Date on Page 14 for further information.
 

Michigan Muslim Bar awards scholarship to Law School student

The Michigan Muslim Bar Association has awarded a scholarship to Mahde Youssef Abdallah, a third-year student at Wayne State University Law School.
He and five other law students from Michigan were presented with their awards Thursday, Sept. 18, at the association’s third annual scholarship dinner. Wayne Law 2013 alumnus Ali Charara, a trial lawyer with The Sam Bernstein Law Firm and a past recipient of a Michigan Muslim Bar Association Scholarship, made the presentation to Abdallah.
 

Award-winning labor movement documentary set for October 16

“Brothers on the Line,” an award-winning labor movement documentary about the Reuther brothers — Walter, Roy and Victor — will have its Detroit debut Thursday, Oct. 16, at Wayne State University Law School.  The free event, which includes a reception at 4:30 p.m., screening of the 80-minute film at 5:30 p.m. and a panel discussion at 7 p.m., will follow the 22nd annual Bernard Gottfried Memorial Labor Law Symposium. Presented by Wayne Law and Labor@Wayne, and sponsored by HAP, the documentary event will be in the Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium at the law school, 471 W. Palmer St. Parking will be available for $7 (credit and debit cards only) in Structure No. 1 across West Palmer Street from Wayne Law.
 

Fershtman to be guest speaker at NALS of Michigan meeting

Attorney Julie I. Fershtman of Foster, Swift, Collins, & Smith PC will be the guest speaker at the NALS?of Michigan Directors’ Meeting on Saturday, Oct. 18, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Bienenstock Nationwide Court Reporting &?Video, 30800 Telegraph Rd., Suite 2925, in Bingham Farms.  The meeting will take place after lunch at 1 p.m. Cost is $25 for NALS of Michigan members, $30 for non-members, $15 for students, and $10 for lunch only.  There is no fee to attend the  meeting only.  To register online, visit www.nalsofmichigan.org.  For additional information, contact either Donielle M. Rikli at 231-486-4531 or drikli@shrr.com, or Kathy Ann Blunck at 231-944-8634 or tvcblunck@gmail.com.