Capstone Ceremony

At the Capstone Dinner, Dean Caminker thanked leadership donors for supporting the new facilities.

Capstone Ceremony

Shirley and Dick Katcher, '43, share a moment before dinner.

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Todd Anson, ’80, Terri Anson, and John Denniston, '83. Denniston added an "in memoriam" for his father, John L. Denniston, '51.

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Dean Caminker signs the capstone.

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The signed capstones.

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The building tour featured the old and the new.

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Assistant Dean for Admissions Sarah Zearfoss, '92, says the new facilities will have a positive effect on student recruitment.

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Bruce Bickner, '68, chair of the Law School's Campaign Steering Committee, leads a toast with the Dean.

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Toastmasters Dean Caminker and Bruce Bickner, '68, a leadership donor to the building project.

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The Friars lead alumni and friends in a chorus of "The Victors."

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Celebrating the new academic building and the Robert B. Aikens Commons on Saturday morning.

HALFTIME CEREMONY Michigan Law invited the building project's leadership donors back to campus October 15-16, for a Capstone Ceremony celebrating the halfway point in construction. On Friday night, the donors had dinner with Dean Evan Caminker, then signed five 2,500-pound stones that will be placed in an arch above the main entrance of the new academic building. Saturday’s activities included a facilities tour and ceremonial remarks in the Quad. Approximately $7 million remains to be raised toward the $70 million goal in private support for the $102 million project, scheduled for completion by winter semester 2012.

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