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The Right Dean at the Right Time
The Right Dean at the Right Time

"Michigan, these past 10 years, has had a real superstar dean. The school has been very lucky, and legal education has been very lucky."
—Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan

A few days after Evan Caminker was named dean in 2003, he offered to resign. More...


Ready for the Real World
Ready for the Real World

Like many first-year law students, Taylor Garrett, '03, assumed that after graduation he would head off to work at a law firm. He couldn't quite see the path that led there, but he took it as a given that sooner or later he'd end up on it. More...


A Family for Feleke
A Family for Feleke

Before the lost visas and passports, before the treacherous travel and the frantic search for prednisone somewhere in the middle of Ethiopia, before one father asked another to keep his son on the other side of the world—before all of that, Kyle and Ruth Ann Logue had a conversation. More...


If the PHID House Could Talk
If the PHID House Could Talk

At the age of 99, the Georgian manse of Phi Delta Phi lives on like a roguish old gentleman, enjoying the peace of old age but still smiling over memories of a wild youth. More...


Prof. J.J. White on Retirement and Mud Wrestling
Michigan Law Professor JJ White

Retiring Professor J.J. White discusses his methods of teaching, helping out students at charity events, and changes he has seen at the Law School during his 48 years as a faculty member. Visit this page to read the Law Quadrangle story about White.


Feleke Learns to Ride a Bike
Feleke rides for the first time

Feleke came to the United States to receive treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He also picked up some new skills, including riding a bike, during his stay with the family of Law Professor Kyle Logue. Read the story here.


Going Once, Going Twice …
SFF Auction

Watch scenes from this year’s SFF Auction, and learn about the way it helps students.


The Holocaust Wall Hangings
The Holocaust Wall Hangings - an exhibition of textile artwork at the Decordova Museum

This short film presents The Holocaust Wall Hangings , a collection of large textile artwork by Judith Weinshall Liberman, LLM ’56. Read about her here.

 

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