Educating the Complete Lawyer

Educating the Complete Lawyer

Detroit Mercy Law has been committed to educating the complete lawyer for more than one hundred years.

Strategic Location

Strategic Location

“Detroit Mercy Law is so close to all of the major legal action targeting this region, with the courts just blocks from our front steps.” – Nina Gavrilovic ‘17

Flexible Course Options

Flexible Course Options

“I chose Detroit Mercy Law because it is a school with an impeccable reputation and it was the most accommodating with my hectic work schedule. The faculty and staff genuinely want to see students excel and transition smoothly into the legal profession.” –John Biernat ‘16

Inspired by Jesuit-Mercy Traditions

Inspired by Jesuit-Mercy Traditions

“Having already attended a Jesuit institution for my undergraduate education, I knew that attending a law school that has a foundation rooted in those same Jesuit traditions would be a wise decision.” - Melissa Kopriva ‘16

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Michigan Civil Rights Commission Meeting

Hosted by: UDM School of Law
The event will start on: Monday, January 27, 2014
And will end on: Monday, January 27, 2014
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm (EST)

Guest Menu

    The School of Law will host a meeting of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. in room 226 to engage with the public and the UDM Law community and to learn more about civil rights issues affecting immigrants in Michigan.  Professor David Koelsch will lead a discussion about recent demographic trends of immigrants to Michigan, their contributions to the state and its native-born residents, and civil rights challenges they face.