Detroit Attorney Speaks on 'Libel, Slander and the First Amendment'

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The Law Offices of Jermaine A. Wyrick P.L.L.C. is pleased to announce that on Monday April 30, 2007, at 6:00 p.m., Attorney Jermaine A. Wyrick will speak to the Detroit Urban League Blue Monday Network/Young Professionals (DULYP) for a networking forum entitled, "Language, Lyrics, Image and the Media (are we tuned in?).

Attorney Jermaine A. Wyrick has practiced law since 1997. Attorney Wyrick has lectured in various places, including for Lorman Education Services, the Northville Psychiatric Hospital, Continuing Medical Education program, and the Detroit Branch NAACP George W. Crockett Community Law School.

Attorney Wyrick awards include the Pepsi "Everyday Freedom Hero" Award; "Civil Rights and Education" United States Attorney's Office Black History Month Award, and the "Five under Ten" Award from the University of Michigan, African American Alumni Council; Who's Who in America, the Federal Bar Association, Pro Bono Project Award; Respect for Law, Optimist International, and an award from the Detroit Branch NAACP for Outstanding Leadership in Affirmative Action.

Attorney Wyrick is currently a member of the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan, the National Bar Association and the Board of Directors for the Wolverine Bar Association.

Attorney Wyrick civic activities, includes the Coleman A. Young Foundation Board of Directors, the Detroit Recovery Project - Board of Directors, and the State Bar of Michigan Public Outreach Committee.


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