Daniel Fryer, ’18, to Join Michigan Law Faculty
Daniel Fryer, ’18, will join Michigan Law as an assistant professor of law beginning in Fall 2021. He currently serves as a research scholar, writing about how legal and political institutions should be constructed to respond to various forms of social and economic inequality, the history of African American political thought, criminal justice, and race theory.
$5 Million Gift From David A. Breach and Family Endows Michigan Law Deanship, Funds Racial Justice Initiatives
The Breach Family Foundation and Michigan Law alumnus David A. Breach, JD ’94, chief operating officer and chief legal officer of Vista Equity Partners, has committed $5 million to the University of Michigan Law School to permanently endow the David A. Breach Deanship.
Curtis Mack, LLM '73, Awarded 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award
Curtis L. Mack, LLM '73, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award, the Law School's highest honor. The Award recognizes extraordinary alumni whose achievements exemplify the values and ethos of the Law School, and highlights individuals who have made an exceptional impact on their profession, community, and Michigan Law.
Michigan Law Hosts Once-in-a-generation Conference on Chinese Law
Earlier this month, Michigan Law welcomed more than 90 scholars from around the globe to a once-in-a-generation conference on Chinese law.
Nannes 3L Challenge Raises Funds and Philanthropy Awareness in the Quad
The 2019 Nannes 3L Challenge concluded last week, with the Class of 2020 drawing attention to the role of philanthropy at Michigan Law and rallying classmates to join the initiative and give back after graduation.
Alan Rothenberg, ’63, Honored with Michigan Law’s Distinguished Alumni Award
Michigan Law has named Alan I. Rothenberg, ’63, the 2019 recipient of its Distinguished Alumni Award, the Law School’s highest honor.
Trish Refo Named ABA President-Elect
MLaw Summer Mentorship Program Creates Lifelong Alumni-Student Connections
As the first in his family to attend law school, 2L Cole Hanson joined the Michigan Law Alumni-Student Summer Mentoring Program to seek guidance and expand his opportunities for success.
Michigan Law Alumni and Bankruptcy Law: A Winning Combination
"I felt like I had come home," said Landon S. Raiford, '08, of his bankruptcy rotation during his 2L internship at Jenner & Block. Until that Chicago summer, bankruptcy law wasn't an interest.
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 22,000 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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