National Legal Experts from Wayne State University's Law SchoolJuly 24, 2008
Professor Sedler has litigated a large number of important civil rights and civil liberties cases in Michigan and elsewhere. He was named a Gershenson Distinguished Faculty Fellow at Wayne State for 1985-87, and has received a number of awards.
Robert Sedler in the news:
Decision due Wednesday in tangled mayoral lawyer case
Following law school, where he served on the law review and was elected a member of the Order of the Coif, Professor Mogk practiced with Shearman & Sterling in New York. He joined the Wayne State faculty in 1968 and since then has been active in public service.
John Mogk in the news:
Let universities help our high schools
Professor Henning's scholarship focuses primarily on white collar crime, constitutional criminal procedure, and attorney ethics. Recent articles examining the role of federalism in the interpretation of federal criminal law were published in the Kentucky Law Journal and the Missouri Law Review.
Peter Henning in the news:
Feds tap phones of mayor's father
Professor Hall's teaching and expertise is in environmental and water law, and his research focuses on issues of environmental governance, federalism, and transboundary pollution and resource management.
Noah Hall in the news:
Deal with Clorox sparks Sierra Club feud
Professor Benson joined the faculty at Wayne State in 2005, after serving as a law clerk to Judge Damon J. Keith on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She previously worked for the Democratic National Committee as the National Field Director for Election Protection during the 2004 presidential election.
Jocelyn Benson in the news:
Voter advocates get ready for November
Professor Gable specializes in public health law, ethics, and policy; bioterrorism and emergency preparedness; mental health; international human rights; genetics and genomics; research ethics; and information privacy.
Lance Gable in the news:
Woman Sues Ex-Fiance's Parents for Allegedly Hiding Their Son's HIV