STUDY INTERNATIONALLY

STUDY INTERNATIONALLY

  • Dual JD program with the University of Windsor
  • Extensive international law and comparative law courses
  • Established relationship with Universite d’Auvergne in Clermont-Ferrand, France

HANDS-ON LEARNING FROM DAY ONE

HANDS-ON LEARNING FROM DAY ONE

  • A legal writing program that starts in the first year and continues through the upper level courses.
  • A clinical program that ensures every student the opportunity to represent a client.
  • A unique law firm program that allows students to engage in simulated cases and transactions in specific practice areas.

EXPAND YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EXPAND YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Downtown Detroit location provides proximity to courts and employers
  • Strong Alumni Network dedicated to supporting Detroit Mercy Law graduates
  • Ability to pursue a concentration in Immigration Law or Family Law

DEDICATED TO SOCIAL JUSTICE

DEDICATED TO SOCIAL JUSTICE

  • Committed to developing lawyers who serve the public good
  • Committed to serving the Detroit community
  • Founded on Jesuit and Mercy principles of service and the success of each individual

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How to Print from Wireless Devices

Wireless Printing Instructions

Printing from Library Lab Computers

Managed Printing FAQ

These instructions will guide you through the new process of printing from a wireless device to any of the student printers in the library.

To use the new printing process, you must have available:

  • Your UDM email address
  • Your student “T” number

If you do not know both of these items, please go to TitanConnect  for assistance.        

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE TYPES OF DOCUMENTS YOU CAN PRINT

You can print any document format supported by Microsoft Office 2010.  Additionally, you can print PDF documents.

If you need to print an image file ( jpg, gif, tiff, png, etc.) you must (1) insert the image file into one of the supported document types, (2) save the document to your computer, (3) select that document for printing. 

Step 1.  Open a browser window (you can use either Internet Explorer or Firefox) and navigate to http://LS2BDC:9191/user at which point the PaperCut log in menu will be displayed.

Step 2.  Enter your “Username” and “Password” and click “Log In”.Step 3.  Click the option labeled “Web Print.”

Step 3. Click the option labelled "Web Print."

Step 4.  Click the option labeled “Submit a Job.”

Step 5.  Select one of the four printers then click the button labeled  “2. Print Options and Account Selection.”

Step 6.  Enter number of copies needed then click the button labeled  “3. Upload Document.” 

Step 7.  Click the “Browse” button to select the document you wish to upload then click the button labeled  “Upload & Complete.”

Step 8.  After your file has been uploaded and placed into a holding queue, you will see an on-screen message telling you that your document has been successfully submitted.

 

RELEASING A PRINT JOB FROM THE HOLDING QUEUE

Once you have submitted your print job(s) for printing, you must complete the printing request by manually releasing the job(s) to the printer.  You can initiate the release of your print job(s) through one of the library student computers or you can use the walk-up release station computer located on the table where the student printers are placed.

Your print job(s) will remain in the holding queue for up to 6 hours, after which they will be automatically deleted from the queue.  You will not be charged for any print jobs that are automatically deleted.

Step 1.  On the desktop of the library student computers double-click the icon labeled “Print Release”.  If the icon is not shown on the desktop, then open a browser window (you can use either Internet Explorer or Firefox) and navigate to   http://LS2BDC:9191/user   at which point the PaperCut log in menu will be displayed.

If you choose to use the walk-up release station computer located near the printers, the PaperCut log in menu will already be displayed on the screen.

Step 2.  Enter your “Username” and “Password” into the PaperCut log in menu.

Step 3.  When the following PaperCut menu is displayed, click the option labeled.

papercut2

Step 4.  If you wish to release your print job to the printer, click the “print” option and your job will begin printing.  The cost for printing the job will be debited from your account.

If you click the “cancel” option, your job will be deleted from the print queue and you will not be charged any cost.

EVENTS


Jump Start Your Legal Education - Part One - An Admitted Student Workshop - Detroit Mercy Law Campus

Wednesday, July 6, 2016 - 10:00 am

This workshop is designed to prepare admitted students for Law School. It provides the opportunity to practice legal skills without the pressure of a “real” class. Participants will learn the fundamentals of reading cases from Associate Professor, Karen Henning, and synthesizing a legal rule by Assistant Professor, Cara Cunningham-Warren.   

RSVP today!


Jump Start Your Legal Education - Part Two - An Admitted Student Workshop - Detroit Mercy Law Campus

Thursday, July 7, 2016 - 10:00 am

This workshop is designed to prepare admitted students for Law School. It provides the opportunity to practice legal skills without the pressure of a “real” class. Participants will learn the fundamentals of reading cases from Associate Professor, Karen Henning, and synthesizing a legal rule by Assistant Professor, Cara Cunningham-Warren.   

RSVP today!


Lunch at the Michigan Bar Exam - East Lansing

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 - 11:30 am

Detroit Mercy Law will provide complimentary boxed lunches for alumni taking the Michigan Bar Exam on July 26 and July 27. Look for us outside the Breslin Center near Gate C during your lunch break each day. You can sit and relax or grab and go - whichever you prefer. For additional details, please contact Denise Hickey, Assistant Dean of Alumni Relations.


Red Mass 2016 - Atrium

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 12:00 pm

Detroit Mercy Law will host its 104th annual Red Mass on Tuesday, September 20, at noon at Ss. Peter & Paul Jesuit Church, followed by a complimentary luncheon in the atrium. Rev. Fred Kammer, S.J., J.D., will celebrate the Mass. Father Kammer is a Jesuit priest, an attorney, and a member of the Southern Province of the Jesuits. He has been director of the Jesuit Social Research Institute since March of 2009. Hon. Victoria Roberts of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan will lead the Renewal of the Lawyer's Oath of Commitment.

Red Mass is an opportunity for law students, judges, lawyers, civic leaders, faculty, staff, and administrators of all faiths to come together and celebrate the beginning of the new judicial term and academic year. The School has hosted the Red Mass on behalf of the Archdiocese of Detroit at Saints Peter and Paul since the School opened in 1912.


Reception at the State Bar of MI Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids - Amway Grand Hotel

Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 4:30 pm

Dean Phyllis L. Crocker will host a cocktail reception for Detroit Mercy Law alumni, State Bar dignitaries, members of the judiciary, faculty, and students at the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Michigan at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in Grand Rapids on September 22 from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.  She will make remarks at 5:15 p.m.

Event Details>>


Golf Outing - The Inn at St. John's

Friday, September 30, 2016 - 12:00 pm

Detroit Mercy Law will host a Golf Outing on September 30 at The Inn at St. John's in Plymouth, with a shotgun start at 12:00 p.m. followed by dinner and an awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m. All alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, students, and their guests are welcome to attend this exciting new event as part of Detroit Mercy's Homecoming festivities. More information will follow soon. Please contact
Denise Hickey or Amy Smith with any questions.

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  • Detroit Mercy Law Community Mourns Those Killed in Orlando

    We were deeply saddened to learn that Christopher Andrew Leinonen, one of the people murdered on Sunday at the nightclub in Orlando, was the son of one of our graduates, Christine Leinonen ('98). Christopher's partner, Juan Guerrero, was also killed in the nightclub massacre. The two families are now planning a joint funeral instead of the wedding they had been anticipating. The death of every person at the club is tragic. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Christine and her family, to the Guerreros, and the families and friends of every person killed Sunday morning.

    Phyllis L Crocker

    Dean and Professor of Law
    University of Detroit Mercy School of Law