University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and University of Windsor Faculty of Law hosted this year’s Canadian & American Dual JD Reception for Incoming Students via Zoom on May 21, 2020.

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law hosted this year’s Dean’s Reception for Incoming Students on May 19, 2020 via Zoom with 150 future students, faculty members, administrators, currents students, and alumni in attendance.

Lauren Parrottino, 3L, was selected to be on the Editorial Board for the symposium edition of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.

Kristi Hettenbach, 1L, was featured in the Legal News.

Nicholas Schroeck, Associate Dean of Experiential Education, discusses the potential connection between air pollution and COVID-19 death rates on WDET.

Chandler Dorris, 3L, is a recipient of the 2020 Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Corporate and Business Classes from the Michigan Chapter of the Association of Corporate Council (ACC).

Professor Alexander Vernon, Director of the Immigration Law Clinic, spoke on a panel hosted by the Ignatian Solidarity Network discussing the reality for migrants in America during COVID-19.

Todd Craven, 1L, is featured in the Legal News.

Sigma Khan, 1L in the Canadian & American Dual JD Program, wrote about her experience with virtual mooting for The Lawyer's Daily, published by LexisNexis Canada.

Ayat Nizam, 2L in the Canadian & American Dual JD program, was elected as the National Chair of the American Bar Association Law Student Division.

Adjunct Professor, David Campbell, '04, alumnus of the Canadian & American Dual JD program, filed the first COVID-19 related price gouging lawsuit in Canada on behalf of 3M.

Environmental law expert, Nicholas Schroeck, Associate Dean of Experiential Education, provides his insight into the importance of environmental justice in our Detroit community, especially during COVID-19. He also discusses the rise in pollution in the Great Lakes and the effects of the pandemic on environmental protections on Michigan Radio.

Hana'a Farha, 1L, is featured in the Legal News.

Emeritus ​Professor Larry Dubin is quoted in The Detroit News, providing his insight into the use of discretion by Metro Detroit communities when enforcing Gov. Whitmer's commercial lawn care ban.

Fatmeh Cheaib, 1L, was featured in the Legal News.