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Students engage in actual mediation sessions in Michigan courts.
Students develop mediation skills while at the same time completing the 40-hour training which is one of the requirements to be a court-approved mediator.
This course explores the principles of the medical profession's relationship with patients, including the basic principles of relevant tort law, such as duty (standard of care), breach of duty, causation, and damages.
This pilot course provides third year law students with a "head start" in preparing for the essay portion of the Michigan bar examination.
This Board is selected to serve as the leaders of the Moot Court Board as Associate Directors.
This Board is elected to serve as leaders of the Moot Court Board of Advocates as Executive Directors.
The Moot Court Board of Advocates is the student organization responsible for our moot court program, which is designed to develop and hone written and oral advocacy skills.
Students represent victims of predatory lending practices in federal and state courts to stop homeowners from losing their homes due to foreclosure.
This pilot course provides third year law students with a "head start" in preparing for the Multistate Bar Examination.