Thank You

The Journal of Law Reform would like to thank those who contributed to the success of this year’s Symposium.

Casey Wright – Graphic Design

Letters of Support from the following Individuals and Organizations

  • Lisa Foster, Co-Director of the Fines and Fees Justice Center
  • David Udell, Executive Director of the National Center for Access to Justice

Letters of Support from the following Michigan Law Faculty

  • Bernadette Atuahene, Senior Research Scholar
  • Debra Chopp, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, Clinical Professor of Law, Pediatric Advocacy Clinic
  • Sherman Clark, Kirkland & Ellis Professor of Law
  • Nicholas Howson, Pao Li Tsiang Professor of Law
  • Julian Mortenson, Professor of Law
  • Amy Myers, Lecturer
  • J.J. Prescott, Professor of Law
  • Eve Brensike Primus, Yale Kamisar Collegiate Professor of Law
  • Sonja Starr, Henry M. Butzel Professor of Law
  • Michael Steinberg, Professor from Practice, Director of the Civil Rights Litigation Initiative

Letters of Support from the following Michigan Law Journals

  • Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law
  • Michigan Journal of Race & Law
  • Michigan Law Review
  • Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

Letters of Support from the following Michigan Law Student Affinity Organizations

  • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
  • Black Law Students Association
  • First Generation Law Students
  • Latino Law Students Association
  • Middle Eastern & North African Law Students Association
  • Native American Law Students Association 
  • Outlaws
  • Res Sista Loquitor
  • Women Law Students Association

Letters of Support from the following Michigan Law Student Organizations

  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • American Constitution Society
  • Consumer Advocacy & Financial Regulation Organization
  • Gender Violence Project
  • Human Rights Advocates
  • MDefenders
  • National Lawyers Guild
  • Organization of Public Interest Students
  • Reproductive Rights and Justice

Additionally, the Journal of Law Reform would like to thank the University of Michigan Law School for its continued support of students and their scholastic efforts.