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Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Students hone their courtroom skills trying a mock case.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Writing is integral to the Detroit Mercy Law curriculum beginning with the Applied Legal Theory and Analysis class in the first year.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Real Skills. Real Opportunities.

Externships provide students real work experience.

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University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Campus

651 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit

6:00 - 10:00 pm

Dine in the "D"
Strolling dinner, open bar including specialty cocktails and craft beers, and entertainment. Snappy casual attire.  Complimentary parking.

     Click here to learn about "snappy casual" attire.

Special Program Award Recognition

Spirit of Detroit Mercy:  Alumni Achievement Award
Hon. Anthony J. Fiorella, Jr. (B.A. '61, J.D. '66)

Time and Talent Award
Richard T. Krisciunas (B.A. '72, J.D. '75) 

$50 per person ($25 for 2005 - 2015 graduates and current Detroit Mercy Law students)

This year's Reunion features a celebration of the 50th anniversary of our clinical program.
We'll kickoff the evening with a special cocktail hour, a toast to the program, and tours at the state-of-the-art George J. Asher Law Clinic Center on the School of Law's campus. 

Reunion Host Committee

Roger S. Canzano ('65)
Bernard J. Fuhs ('06)
Patrick B. Green ('05)
Nicholas J. Nowakowski ('05)
Meghan Kennedy Riordan ('90)
Hon. Michael J. Riordan ('90)
Ivonne M. Soler ('13)
Gregory L. Ulrich ('77)
Matthew L. Vicari ('90)
Tiffani N. Williams ('10)
Mark A. Wisniewski ('90)


Please respond by October 18, 2015 by returning the Reply Card to Denise Hickey at the address below or register online through this website using the tab on the left.

The Reunion is for ALL School of Law alumni.  Affinity groups will also gather during the Reunion, including the 50th anniversary class of 1965, the 25th anniversary class of 1990, and the 10th anniversary class of 2005. 


If you wish to stay in downtown Detroit for the Reunion, please contact Denise Hickey at the number below for suggestions.




Contact: Denise Hickey ('95), Asst. Dean of Alumni Relations
E-mail: hickeydp@Detroit
Phone: (313) 596-0202
Address:  651 East Jefferson Ave., Ste. 209, Detroit, MI  48226