Elections and Campaigns class to host former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer
The elections and campaigns class at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, taught by Rusty Hills, to host former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer. All students, faculty and staff of the Ford School are invited to attend and ask questions. The session is part of an ongoing segment of the course that invites members of the political community to participate in the class.
About the speaker
Dennis Archer was the first African-American President of the American Bar Association. After leaving the Detroit Mayor's office, Archer was elected chairman of Dickinson Wright PLLC, a two hundred person Detroit-based law firm with offices in Michigan and Washington, D.C.