International Moot Court Competition Renamed in Honor of Professor Emeritus John H. Jackson, ’59
Michigan Law Professor John H. Jackson, ’59, was a legal giant in the field of international trade law. So it’s fitting that when the European Law Students Association (ELSA) wanted to rename its nearly 20-year-old moot court competition, they selected Jackson as the competition’s namesake.
Hallie Ryan, ’13, Reminds Students: “Don’t Let Fear Stop You from Pursuing a Public Service Path”
When Hallie Ryan, ’13, first heard a rumor about a small-town “hot check” court outside Little Rock, Arkansas, that had generated $12 million in legal fees over a mere five years, she decided to see if it had merit.
Take a Leap: Carrie Garcia Palmer, ’97, and Kristen Danyluk, ’04, Offer Career Insights at Latham Leading Women Series
Throughout their careers, Carrie Garcia Palmer, BA ’94, JD ’97, and Kristen Danyluk, ’04, have experienced a number of inflection points, including moving from outside counsel to in-house counsel.
Professor Chris Whitman, ’74, Teaches Last Class at Michigan Law
The 1Ls in Professor Christina Whitman’s Torts class weren’t sure what to make of the professors lining up at the back of the room. Toward the end of class, however, it became apparent why they were there: to applaud—or “clap out”—Whitman, who was teaching her last class on December 5.
Lisa and Christopher Jeffries, '74, Commit $33 Million to Michigan Law for Student Support
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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