Last month, we told you about the U-M Human Trafficking Clinic, which works to protect the victims of modern-day slavery. Now the clinic, with help from the US State Dept., is opening a new clinic in Mexico. There, law students from U-M and Mexico will work to stop human trafficking from across the border.
The 1967 on-campus screening of the experimental film epitomized the era: controversy over content that was either “art” or “filth,” battles over academic freedom and angry protests by students.
Video: U-M law prof Bridgette Carr is fighting against the world’s second – biggest criminal enterprise.
The Law School’s Innocence Clinic secures the freedom of a man falsely imprisoned for murder since 2001.