Law & Politics
The life of Dr. Death
Jack Kevorkian’s archive at the Bentley reveals the life of an artist, composer, and controversial advocate of the right-to-die movement.
Gunning for trouble?
What happens to democracy when militarized police send signals that dissent is dangerous to security?
A Worthy fight for justice
Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy, AB ’79, partners with key allies to bring overdue justice to rape victims.
"Price" is just right for Law grad
When Tim Caballero, ’07, took a friend to see “The Price is Right,” he expected a few laughs. But two cars and a vacation?
A family for Feleke
When law professor Kyle Logue offered to host an Ethiopian boy who needed medical care in the U.S., he had no idea the experience would change, well, everything.
D.C.’s dynamic duo
They forged a friendship navigating the turbulent political landscape of the late 1960s. Today Congressional scholars Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein enjoy a productive and sometimes contentious relationship with our nation’s leaders.
Sisters in law
Sisters Cornelia Kennedy, ’47, and Margaret Schaeffer, ’45, have always called each other Nealie and Margie. For decades, however, they went by Your Honor.
Snyder and other Wolverine alums win office
Michigan’s governor-elect, U-M triple-alum Rick Snyder, was not the only Wolverine Republican to win a high-level election this month. At least four other alums, including a former football player, were elected to the US House or Senate.
Human Trafficking Clinic to open site in Mexico
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.