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Helen Marie Berg

Intern

University of Michigan Law School

Helen Marie is a third-year student at University of Michigan Law School, where she is the Executive Production Editor of the Michigan Law Review. At Michigan, she volunteers as a student attorney for the International Refugee Assistance Project and proudly lives in Michigan’s legal fraternity house.  She is a native Detroiter and before law school, she taught English in Eastern Turkey on a Fulbright grant. She is particularly interested in voting rights and election law and refugee law. 

 

 

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Prison and Jail Conditions Worsen Under the Trump Administration—Unless You Are Paul Manafort

7/18/18  //  Commentary

In the U.S. there are many “very unfair” situations involving prisons. But Trump’s policies are making prisons worse.

Helen Marie Berg

Michigan Law

Abigail DeHart

Michigan Law School

Trump’s Male-Dominated Appointments Close the Door for Women

2/5/18  //  Commentary

President Trump's selection of primarily male nominees for a variety of positions will have consequences for the profession in the long run.

Leah Litman

U.C. Irvine School of Law

Helen Marie Berg

Michigan Law