Harold Ford Jr., '96, Visit
Harold Ford Jr., '96, makes a point while Sanford Weill listens intently.
Harold Ford Jr., a 1996 Michigan Law grad, a former congressman, and now the executive vice chairman of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, returned to Ann Arbor recently to deliver a short talk on "Today's Political Landscape" at the Ford School of Public Policy. The talk may have been across Monroe Street, but Ford's heart was never far from the Law School: early on, he noted that he used to park his car on the small parking lot where the School's new Academic Building now rises.
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