The first recipient of a U of M doctorate in law, Mohammed Al Mulhim is devoted to human rights.
Transcriptions provide unprecedented access to the justices' conversations.
U of M experts Marissa Hill-Dongre, Erika Lee and Deepinder Mayell bring context to the immigration debates.
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin is working to protect people and their rights.
Research offers positive news for a criminal justice system keenly aware of need for improved response to race biases.
Findings suggest large urban-rural casualty gap contributed to Donald Trump’s Presidential victory in November 2016.
Ní Aoláin is considered one of the world’s leading scholars in international and human rights law.
Jurors could soon appropriately integrate brain-based memory reading evidence in evaluation of criminal defendants.
Tiffany Hamidjaja conducts research into the trauma of parental arrest on children.
Susan D. Jones and Heidi Kitrosser plan to use Fellowships to publish new books in science, law