Spotlight

Prof. Len Niehoff

NO COUNTRY FOR BOY FRIENDS: Prof. Len Niehoff encourages his evidence class to learn more about a case by turning it into a country song.

Focus

Prof. David Uhlmann

BPeeved: Nearing the first anniversary of the oil spill, DOJ moves its investigation from the environmental to the criminal division. Prof. David Uhlmann helps NPR's "Morning Edition" explain.

Career Corner

Career Corner

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Prima Facie

MARCH MADNESS

MARCH MADNESS: It’s not just on the basketball court anymore. Here are highlights from the busiest month of the academic year at Michigan Law.



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$20 million gift jumpstarts renovation at M Law's Lawyers Club
Berkshire Hathaway vice-chair Charlie Munger will enhance law students' housing

$20 million gift jumpstarts renovation at M Law's Lawyers Club

By John Masson, Amicus editor

One of the largest gifts ever made to Michigan Law will help revitalize living spaces within the 86-year-old student-housing portion of U-M's iconic Law Quadrangle. More


Eric Stein Tapped for Leading International Law Prize
ASIL awards Manley O. Hudson medal for lifetime achievement

Eric Stein Tapped for Leading International Law Prize

By John Masson, Amicus editor

The American Society of International Law has awarded its top honor, the prestigious Manley O. Hudson Medal, to Emeritus Prof. Eric Stein for his lifetime of significant contributions to international and comparative law. More


Making Sense of Ranking Season
Now No. 7, MLaw is top-ranked public school; other rankings also strong

By John Masson, Amicus editor

The recently released 2012 U.S. News and World Report rankings of U.S. law schools—which saw Michigan jump from ninth to seventh place—may mark the official peak of ranking season, but other surveys show the Law School's continuing strength, as well. More


Annual Student Funded Fellowships Auction set for March 31
Celebrity Tae Kwon Do, chili, and bowling among items up for bid

It's hard to tell exactly when a copy of the Uniform Commercial Code, autographed by legendary Michigan Law Prof. J.J. White, might come in handy—but it's impossible to imagine a world where it won't happen someday. More


Wish You Were Here…
Share Your Law Quad Postcards With Us

Wish You Were Here…

We're having a great time at the Law Quad. We wish you were here. We saw this card and thought of you. More