Events and Calendars

Detroit Mercy Law hosts numerous educational and social events throughout the year for prospective and current students, alumni and friends, legal scholars, and community members. We invite you to view our calendars, and register to attend upcoming events. Click here to view our past events.

Please note that at this time, all events are virtual due to COVID-19. Please visit our COVID-19 page for more information.

 

Upcoming Admissions Events

For additional information about admissions events, please contact lawadmissions@udmercy.edu.

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    January 20: Dual JD Prospective Student - Transnational Law Mock Class

    Thursday, January 20, from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST via ZOOM

    Find out how you can get a fully integrated transnational experience with the only comparative, three-year law program of its kind in North America.  Following the mock class, participants will gain insight into the program directly from current Dual JD students.

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    February 10: Dual JD Prospective Student Current Student Panel

    Thursday, February 10, at 6:00 p.m. EST via ZOOM

    Gain insight from Dual JD current students on how you can get a fully integrated transnational experience in the only comparative, three-year law program of its kind in North America. 

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Upcoming Alumni and Community Events

For additional information about alumni and community events, please contact Sunny Kerschenheiter, Events Coordinator, at kerschsc@udmercy.edu.  

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    March 4: Virtual Detroit Mercy Law Review Symposium: Governing Bodies: Bodily Autonomy and the Law

    Virtual Detroit Mercy Law Review Symposium: Governing Bodies: Bodily Autonomy and the Law
    Friday, March 4, 2022 (TBD) via Virtual
    Detroit Mercy Law Review presents the 106th Symposium on Governing Bodies: Bodily Autonomy and the Law. Bodily autonomy has been regulated or banned on many levels throughout our history, ranging from slavery to the right to an abortion, assisted suicide, transgender rights, and even issues surrounding the present COVID-19 pandemic. While these laws and regulations have led to controversy and protest, it remains unclear where exactly the line should be drawn limiting government power over our bodies, or if there should be a line at all.

    For the most up-to-date information on the Law Review Symposium, visit the Symposium page.

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