Bridget McCormack
Bridget McCormack
Bridget Mary McCormack is a professor at the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She also serves as Michigan Law School's associate dean of clinical affairs. She is the founder and co-director of the Michigan Innocence Clinic, the first exclusively non-DNA innocence clinic in the country. In 2010, she was awarded the Justice For All Award for that work. A courtroom veteran, McCormack teaches criminal law and legal ethics.
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'everydayPeople' to premiere at SCA - HollandSentinel.com
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Directed by Jeff and Steve Croley and produced by Bridget McCormack, “everydayPeople” is a unique look at the small West Michigan villages of Saugatuck and Douglas, both with a substantial proportion of gay and lesbian residents
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Zell invests $5 million in entrepreneurial law program at Michigan - The National Law Journal
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"Our goal is to have the clinic up and running in January so we can start representing student business right away," said Bridget McCormack, associate dean for clinical affairs. "I'm confident this is the only law school clinic that is solely
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WEDDINGS; Judith Barry, Kevin McCormack
NYTimes - over 17 years
Judith Eileen Barry and Kevin John McCormack were married on Friday by the Rev. Mark Wenzinger at St. Paul the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in Manhattan. Ms. Barry, 38, is keeping her name. She is the vice president of advertising sales for Streetmail.com, a Manhattan-based Web site that provides local news items. She graduated from Barnard
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Bomb-Plot Informer's Earlier Assertions Are Challenged
NYTimes - over 23 years
It was only a drunken-driving case, one of the thousands of misdemeanors that clog the city's criminal courts. But it could now have repercussions for the prosecution of the plot to bomb the United Nations, a Federal building and commuter tunnels. The case, prosecuted by the office of Manhattan District Attorney Robert M. Morgenthau, featured as
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  • 2012
    Died in 2012.
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    As of September 22, 2012, the Michigan Innocence Clinic has exonerated five innocent people who were wrongfully convicted in non-DNA cases: DeShawn and Marvin Reed, Dwayne Provience, Julie Baumer and David Gavitt.
    More Details Hide Details McCormack is an authority on constitutional law, criminal law, criminal procedure, evidence, and legal ethics, and has published articles on those subjects. McCormack also serves on the Association of American Law Schools Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure. In 2008, she testified before the Detroit City Council about its investigation of the city attorney's role in the case involving former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. In 2010, she was awarded the Justice For All Award for her Michigan Innocence Clinic work. Other awards include the Washtenaw County Bar Association's Patriot Award for work upholding American constitutional values (2011), the Cooley Law Review's Distinguished Brief Award (2012) and the Justice Caucus's Spirit of Millie Jeffrey Award (2012).
    She was officially nominated by the Michigan Democratic Party in September 2012.
    More Details Hide Details On September 20, 2012, McCormack's campaign released a campaign ad about the importance of voting on the non-partisan section of the ballot. The campaign ad featured a widely-hailed reunion of the cast of The West Wing. McCormack's father is a former United States Marine and retired small business owner, and her mother is a clinical social worker. She is married to University of Michigan Law School professor Steven Croley, currently on leave serving in the Obama Administration as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Counsel to the President. The couple has four children. Her sister, Mary McCormack is an actress, best known for her role as Kate Harper in the NBC series The West Wing. Her brother, Will McCormack, is an actor and screenwriter.
    She received the endorsement of the Michigan Democratic Party on March 10, 2012, and launched her campaign that day.
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    In January 2012, McCormack announced that she would seek a seat on the Michigan Supreme Court in the election of 2012.
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  • 2011
    Born in 2011.
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