EUGENE DRIKER TO CHAIR ADVISORY BOARD OF LEVIN CENTER AT WAYNE LAW3/10/2015
Barris, Sott, Denn & Driker congratulates Eugene Driker on his appointment as chair of the advisory committee of the newly created Levin Center at Wayne State Law School.
Wayne State University recently announced the creation of the Levin Center at Wayne Law. The center is named in honor of Senator Carl Levin, Michigan’s longest-serving U.S. Senator and will focus on legislative process and the oversight authority and responsibility of the legislative branch.
Eugene will chair the Levin Center's advisory board. The Board will include locally and nationally recognized leaders along with members of Wayne Law faculty and students. It will provide counsel to Senator Levin and Center staff on programmatic issues, collaborations, and activities that will further the Center’s focus on the legislative process and governmental oversight at the federal, state, local, and international levels. The Board will also lead the creation of an endowment at the University funded by contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations who wish to support the Center's important mission.
Eugene is a founding member of BSD&D and a lifelong resident of the City of Detroit. He specializes in complex business and antitrust litigation and in corporate and business counseling.
Eugene recently served as a Special Mediator in the City of Detroit bankruptcy, following his appointment by Chief Judge Gerald E. Rosen of the Eastern District of Michigan. He is also a former member of the Wayne State University Board of Governors.
Eugene received a Bachelor of Science degree from Wayne State University, graduated first in his class from Wayne State University Law School, and received a Master of Laws degree from The George Washington University Law School.