Making an Impact Through the Voting Rights Initiative
3L Kaylie Springer is the student project director for Michigan Law’s Voting Rights Initiative, a student-faculty research collaborative assessing the impact of Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act since the 1982 congressional amendment.
Remembering Professor John Reed
Professor John Wesley Reed, age 99, died peacefully on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. He was born December 11, 1918, in Independence, Missouri, the only child of Novus Homo E. and Lilian (Houchens) Reed.
Remembering Professor Whitmore Gray, ’57
Whitmore Gray, son, husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother, educator, lecturer, linguist, professor of law, legal scholar, musician, patron of the arts, world traveler, mentor & friend to many, died peacefully Sunday morning March 4, 2018.
One of Michigan Law's greatest strengths is its alumni community—because of its size, passion, and loyalty, as well as the diversity of our graduates' backgrounds, locations, and careers. More than 21,000 alumni around the world and in a wide range of disciplines are connected forever by their time at Michigan Law. Amid significant shifts in the legal profession, the power of the Michigan Law alumni network is more beneficial than ever.
The Office of Development and Alumni Relations is committed to creating opportunities for alumni to maintain lifelong connections to the Law School and to each other, and strives to nurture a philanthropic community to maximize support for Michigan Law.
From reunions to regional events, and from mentoring students to making a gift, there are many ways for you to be involved with your alma mater. Thank you for your support of Michigan Law.
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