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State Bar of Michigan | Equal Access Initiative

Diversity Project Colloquia

We Can, We Will, We Must
Strengthening the Profession by Cultivating Diverse Perspectives

Diversity Project Colloquia

The State Bar of Michigan is hosting three colloquia events. The purpose of the colloquia is to gather stakeholders from across the state to provide feedback on a proposed statement supporting increased diversity in the legal profession. These sessions are part of an ongoing effort to strengthen the profession by cultivating diverse perspectives. They will provide an opportunity to formally recognize this common goal and recommit to the work necessary to achieve it.

Attend this FREE event at ONE of the three locations listed below. All three events are 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. For detailed information regarding locations as well as directions and parking, please view the registration page. Registration is strongly encouraged as seating is limited.

    Wayne State University Law School—June 22, 2010
    NEW! State Bar President-Elect TONY JENKINS of Dickinson Wright will welcome the attendees.

    Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Grand Rapids Campus—June 23, 2010
    NEW! RODNEY D. MARTIN of Warner Norcross & Judd will welcome the attendees.

    Michigan State University College of Law—June 28, 2010
    NEW! State Bar President CHARLES R. TOY, Cooley Law School dean, will welcome the attendees.

    AND Michigan Supreme Court CHIEF JUSTICE MARILYN KELLY will provide a video welcome at all three events.

Register online now!

Questions: Contact State Bar of Michigan Director of Diversity Gregory Conyers
by e-mail or phone (800) 968-1442, ext 6358.