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Law firm produces People's Law School

October 14, 2014
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A law firm is producing a five-week series that begins tomorrow on the American legal system — for people who want to better understand their rights.

Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Grand Rapids is hosting the People’s Law School with the support of the Wayne State University Law School and Michigan Association for Justice.

Classes will include a lecture from a legal expert — a judge, seasoned attorney or law school professor — followed by a question-and-answer session.

The classes will take place from 7-9 p.m. at Grand Rapids Christian High School, at 2300 Plymouth SE.


The cost is $20 to attend the five-week program or $5 per individual class.

Registration can be completed by visiting peopleslawschool.org, emailing jamestuck at michiganjustice dot org or calling the Michigan Association for Justice at (517) 321-3073.

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