Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack, a vocal proponent of court technology and innovation during the pandemic, is retiring from the bench.

While she has not yet fully detailed her post-retirement plans, the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School announced this week that McCormack will be continuing her work with the school’s Future of the Profession Initiative (FPI) as a strategic adviser.

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