Women lawyers go home with a victory over judges and YWCA wins again
Published: June 24, 2016
There were some triumphant lawyers at Fifth Third Ballpark June 11, as the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan’s team beat the judges team 5-1 at their annual charity softball game, breaking a six-year winning streak for the judges. [ More » ]
Divided Supreme Court upholds affirmative action programJune 24, 2016
In a surprise 4-3 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thurs-day upheld the controversial affirmative action program of the University of Texas, delivering a significant victory to proponents of similar programs nationwide.
Role reversal: Former Supreme Court justice makes smooth legal returnJune 17, 2016
Less than 9 months after a somewhat surprising departure from the Michigan Supreme Court, Mary Beth Kelly remains as busy as ever, juggling the demands of a heavy caseload at one of Detroit’s premier law firms with a time-consuming public service schedule&nbs
Bill signed expediting, expanding age-appropriate treatment options for juvenile offendersJune 24, 2016
Judges will have greater flexibility to find more age-appropriate penalties for young offenders that could enhance and expedite rehabilitation under legislation signed today by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Titan of American jurisprudence to receive American Bar Association's highest honorJune 17, 2016
Dennis Archer, the former mayor of Detroit and justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, as well as past president of the ABA, has been chosen to receive the ABA Medal, the highest award of the American Bar Association.
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