SEARCH Go
Return to Michigan Law Homepage
History and Traditions

William W. Blume

William W. taught at the University of Michigan Law School, 1927-1963.

 William W. Bloom
Biography
William Wirt Blume began his legal career before actually completing his formal legal studies at the University of Michigan. Before enrolling in law school in 1926, Blume taught law at Soochow University in China. In 1931, he was appointed assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan. During his tenure at Michigan, Blume authored the six-volume work titled " Transactions of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Michigan , 1805-1836." Professor Blume retired from his distinguished legal career in 1963.
More Information About William W. Blume

Publications

Papers (Mirlyn)

Papers (Finding Aids)

Photo Links

Lectures

Class Notes

Oral History

Board of Regents Memoir

PDF    "William W. Blume: Memoir" Proceedings of the Board of Regents (1954-1957), 30.

Law Quadrangle Notes Articles

*    "Professors Blume, James Begin Retirement," 6 L. Quadrangle Notes 2 (August, 1962).

 
 
 
 

 
Michigan Law Wordmark Print View