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University of Michigan Law School alumni at Sullivan & Cromwell practice within a broad range of areas under our General Practice (corporate), Litigation and Tax groups, including antitrust, criminal defense and investigations, financial services, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, project finance, real estate, securities and securities litigation. S&C partner Yvonne Quinn (MLaw '76), is a partner in the Firm's antitrust practice and continues to actively support Michigan Law School and its students through the Yvonne S. Quinn Scholarship Fund.
In 2018, the Firm's lawyers and staff devoted more than 63,000 hours to a range of pro bono activities. Recent matters include representing an LGBT rights activist from Guinea in his claim for asylum on the grounds that he would face persecution on account of his political opinion and perceived sexual orientation; advising Global Health Corps, a non-profit organization dedicated to mobilizing a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity, on enterprise legal risk management issues; representing indigent defendants in federal criminal cases through the Criminal Justice Act Panel; assisting two sisters who are nationals of Honduras in filing for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status ("SIJS"); and representing an eight-year-old boy classified with autism in an administrative hearing seeking certain special education services.
In addition to becoming partners at the Firm, Michigan Law alumni who join S&C go on to pursue a range of prestigious opportunities. S&C alumni who attended Michigan Law currently serve in government positions (including for the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of New York, U.S. District of Columbia and New York City Department of Investigation), as counsel to Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions (including, Morgan Stanley and Microsoft) and as law professors.
You can learn more about Michigan Law School alumni at S&C and our presence at the law school on these pages.

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