The Adrian College Romney Institute for Law and Public Policy invites the public to attend the Eighth Annual Phillip J. Prygoski Constitution Day Address. This year the event will be held Monday, September 18th in the Baer Lecture Hall (Jones 110), with a start time of 6:00 pm. Niehoff’s discussion, Why the Last Year has Been the Most Important in the History of Free Speech will highlight a day of similar events on the Adrian College campus.
Leonard M. Niehoff, ‘84, is a professor from practice. His interests include civil procedure, constitutional law, ethics, evidence, First Amendment, higher education law, litigation strategy, media law, privacy, and the intersections between legal theory and theology. He is the author of more than 100 articles on a wide range of issues in these fields and of the recently published short treatise Evidence Law (Foundation Press, 2016). Professor Niehoff has practiced law for more than 30 years and is currently of counsel to Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, where he leads the firm’s appellate practice group. Numerous publications and organizations have recognized him as a distinguished litigator, appellate advocate, and media, First Amendment, and higher education lawyer. He previously taught at Wayne State University Law School and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He received his BA and JD from the University of Michigan.