Most Active Stories
- Michigan legislators join national push for Constitutional Convention
- A hunt gone wrong: One man's story of survival in the Alaskan wilderness
- DOWNTON ABBEY Special Preview Screening!
- Medical Marijuana Activists Cheer As Dispensaries, “Medibles” Bills Clear House Panel
- WATCH NOW: East Lansing boys basketball coach Steve Finamore
Thu October 1, 2009
Frank Kelley partners with MSU College of Law
By Gretchen Millich, WKAR News
Lansing, MI – Former Michigan Attorney General Frank Kelley is lending his name and expertise to a new program at the Michigan State University College of Law. The Frank J. Kelley Institute of Ethics will bring specialists in legal ethics from around the country to lecture and teach.
Known as "The Eternal General", Kelley served as Attorney General from 1961 until 1998. When he left office, he established his own law firm in downtown Lansing.
Kelley is often seen at the Flap Jack Shack in Lansing, meeting with friends and colleagues. That's where he sat down with WKAR's Gretchen Millich to talk about his commitment to legal ethics.
The Frank J. Kelley Institute of Ethics was inaugurated Thursday at the Michigan State University College of Law.