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790 ABA Journal Michigan articles.

More Career Choices for Women Lawyers

Women lawyers are moving into a broader range of practice areas as traditional expectations about appropriate legal career choices for female attorneys are erased.

It is now commonplace to see…

Ogletree Adds Two New Offices

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart is opening offices in St. Louis and Detroit.

The move to St. Louis will make Ogletree the only national labor and employment law firm…

Mich. Judge’s Warnings Unheeded

A Michigan judge says he tried to warn Virginia lawmakers about the dangers of high fines for motorist misdeeds, to no avail.

Judge William Buhl of Van Buren County told…

Voter ID Law Upheld in Michigan

The Michigan Supreme Court today upheld a state law requiring voters to present photo identification.

The court split along partisan lines, the Detroit Free Press reports.…

EMU Firings: Rare Clery Act Fallout

Three senior administrators including Eastern Michigan University’s president have been fired and an in-house lawyer has been reprimanded, in response to reports finding that the Ypsilanti institution violated federal law…

Fieger Fights and Fetes

A pending indictment and a continuing feud with judges isn’t fazing controversial Michigan attorney Geoffrey Fieger.

He remains on the attack, vowing to appeal a recent ruling reinstating a formal…

Demanding Diversity

Corporate Pressure Is Changing the Racial Mix at Some Law Firms

Gambling On Casino Cases

Compulsive Rollers Are Suing the House, Betting That Courts Will Find Casinos Liable

Opening Sentences

While the Feeney Amendment’s Tightening of Federal Guidelines Has Judges Steaming, States Are Moving to Loosen Up Strict Regimens