- Trump’s Travel Ban: Is There a Way Out?
- The Continuing Significance of the Non-Unanimous Jury Verdict and the Plantation Prison
- Upcoming Event: So I Wanted to Work for the Federal Government… and then Trump Got Elected. What Now?
- Imposition of Identity: Trump’s Immigration Order and the Racialization of Islam
- Supreme Court Considers Limits of Racial Gerrymandering
Category Archives: MJR&L Events
Upcoming Event: So I Wanted to Work for the Federal Government… and then Trump Got Elected. What Now?
The Michigan Journal of Race & Law will be hosting a panel with professors to discuss options for students who are interested in working for the federal government but who have reservations or concerns as a result of the current … Continue reading
Please join the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and the Michigan Access Program in welcoming Professor Julie Lawton of the DePaul University College of Law. Thursday, November 10 @ 11:50am in SH 1225 Professor Lawton will be discussing her article, Am I My Client? Revisited: The Role … Continue reading
Please join the Michigan Journal of Race & Law for a presentation by Dr. Heather Ann Thompson of the University of Michigan’s Department of Afro-American and African Studies, who will discuss her new book about the Attica prison uprising within the context of today’s … Continue reading
Save the Date! The Michigan Journal of Race & Law presents a Student Scholarship Lunch Come engage with MJR&L members as they present their scholarly contributions to the Journal, focused on civil rights and social justice oriented lawyering for … Continue reading
Enjoyed MJRL’s symposium: Innocent Until Proven Poor? Bring your lunch and come debrief and also discuss one of our related articles to soon be released: “Pretextual Sanctions, Contempt, and the Practical Limits of Bearden-Based Debtors’ Prison Litigation” led by Professor Kate Andrias. Want more reading … Continue reading
As is tradition, MJR&L is once again producing Critical Race Theory reading groups at Michigan Law. These focused sessions allow students and faculty to dig deeply into an issue prompted by a short reading, free from the constraints and pressures … Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce a very special MJR&L Symposium, coming in 2016: Innocent Until Proven Poor: Fighting the Criminalization of Poverty. The Volume 21 Executive Editorial Board is hard at work behind the scenes to bring you a rich, … Continue reading
“We need more hot lawyers, instead of cold ones.” Dr. Mary Frances Berry Delivers MJR&L @ 20 Keynote
On Friday, September 19th, the MJR&L 20th Anniversary Symposium hosted alumni, current students, and the public for engaging discussions on the evolution and future of race & law scholarship at the University and beyond. The keynote address was delivered by the … Continue reading
By: Daniela Tagtachian, Associate Editor Vol. 20 On August 27, 2014, the Associate Editors of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law drove out to Detroit to volunteer their time at Arts & Scraps, a nonprofit organization that serves the … Continue reading