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Victor Caminata, the Michigan Innocence Clinic client whose arson case was featured in the fall 2013 issue of the Law Quadrangle,  was exonerated in January. Victor Caminata, the Michigan Innocence Clinic client whose arson case was featured in the fall 2013 issue of the Law Quadrangle,  was exonerated in January.

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Michigan Innocence Clinic Client Exonerated From Arson Conviction

Victor Caminata, the Michigan Innocence Clinic client whose arson case was featured in the fall 2013 issue of the Law Quadrangle, was exonerated in January. 

The Law School’s Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC) has been awarded a $500,000, three-year grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to fund a partnership between the clinic and domestic violence and sexual assault services. The Law School’s Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC) has been awarded a $500,000, three-year grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to fund a partnership between the clinic and domestic violence and sexual assault services.

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Human Trafficking Clinic Wins $500,000 Grant from DOJ

The Law School’s Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC) has been awarded a $500,000, three-year grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to fund a partnership between the clinic and domestic violence and sexual assault services. 

Alumni reunion attendees on the steps of the Reading Room. Alumni reunion attendees on the steps of the Reading Room.

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African American Alumni Reconnect, Reflect

The excitement was palpable as alumni returned to Ann Arbor for the inaugural Michigan Law African American Alumni Reunion, March 21–23, 2014. 

Judith E. Levy, ’96 Judith E. Levy, ’96

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Prof. Judith Levy Confirmed as Federal Judge

Judith E. Levy, ’96, a Michigan Law faculty member, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on March 12 to serve as a federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. She was sworn in by Chief Judge Gerald Rosen during a ceremony in Detroit held March 18. 

Margaret Jane Radin, the Henry King Ransom Professor of Law at Michigan, and Bridget Mary McCormack, a lecturer at Michigan Law and a justice of the state Supreme Court Margaret Jane Radin, the Henry King Ransom Professor of Law at Michigan, and Bridget Mary McCormack, a lecturer at Michigan Law and a justice of the state Supreme Court

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Radin, McCormack Elected to ALI

The American Law Institute (ALI) elected a new group of members in the fall that included Margaret Jane Radin, the Henry King Ransom Professor of Law at Michigan, and Bridget Mary McCormack, a lecturer at Michigan Law and a justice of the state Supreme Court.