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  • 'Bullseye'

    November 8, 2018

    Patent attorney Andrew Maurer hails from Ubly, a small rural town south of Bad Axe in Michigan’s “Thumb,” that gained notoriety in 2004 with the first apparent sighting of a wolverine in the state in more than two centuries.

  • 'Natural' choice: Recent graduate is a Fellow at the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center

    November 1, 2018

    Growing up, Erin Mette loved spending time outdoors and learning about the environment, especially attending Girl Scout camp and exploring the shores of Lake Michigan with her family.

  • Get to Know Donald Garlit

    November 8, 2018

    Donald Garlit is a co-founder of Attorneys for Animals (AFA) where he is treasurer; and a co-founder of the Animal Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan, where he was Section Council chair, and is now a Section Council member and newsletter co–edito

  • ACLU of Michigan's loss is national ACLU's gain as Kary Moss heads to New York

    November 1, 2018

    It is difficult to imagine the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan without Executive Director Kary Moss.

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