Where Are We Going?

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is holding a series of six lectures this February and March. Entitled SOCIAL ISSUES AND THE JUDICIARY: Where Are We Going? the presenters have all been involved in the legal system. Topics are:

A Federal Judge Looks at Himself – presented by Avern Cohn, a Judge in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan.

Packing the Supreme Court Taft Style, 1909-1913, with Donald F. Anderson, Ph.D. Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan-Dearborn

Civil Rights After 9/11, Loss of Freedom or Security Protection, with Mohamed Abdrabboh, practicing attorney and member, Michigan Civil Rights Commission

From Young Girl to Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, with Justice Maura Corrigan, former Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court

Reproductive Rights in a Changed Political Landscape: Public Opinion, Legislation and the Courts, with Shelli Weisberg, Legislative Director, American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan

Anatomy of a Supreme Court Case: Affirmative Action, with Marvin Krislov, Vice President and General Council of the University of Michigan








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