August 1, 2005
A Wayne Clinic Student Argues Before the Sixth Circuit
On July 27, 2005, Diana McBroom, a third-year Wayne State University Law School student, argued before the Sixth Circuit in Sallier v. Scott. The case involved the award of attorneys' fees in prisoner civil rights cases. Adjunct Professor and Staff Attorney Daniel E. Manville supervised at the argument. The brief was submitted by both Manville and Professor Erica Eisinger.
The energies of McBroom and the faculty who helped her moot were well spent - at the end of the argument, panel members praised McBroom's excellent performance. Sixth Circuit Judge Daughtrey stated that this was the first time a student had argued before the circuit.
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