Dear Friend of Michigan Law,
On behalf of the students and faculty who benefit from your generosity, thank you for making a gift to Michigan Law. The
Honor Roll of Donors—listing gifts made between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018—recognizes your dedication to the Law School, which enables us to attract extraordinary students and faculty, and to provide a preeminent legal education. I am grateful to count you among our supporters this past year.
The Victors for Michigan campaign continues to be an opportune time for Michigan Law. With the help of the alumni and friends listed here, we have increased our ability to offer support to our talented students in the form of scholarships, fellowships, and loan repayment assistance. We also have strengthened our experiential learning opportunities, inaugurated our innovative Problem Solving Initiative, enhanced our Legal Practice Program, and aided faculty with teaching and research initiatives. Your support helps us to keep Michigan Law accessible to the best of the best students, and to give them an educational experience that will prepare them to be exemplary lawyers and leaders.
We are so grateful for the loyalty demonstrated by those who are listed in the Honor Roll of Donors. If your name appears in the
Honor Roll, you have our heartfelt thanks. If you are not included this year, this is a great time to be a part of the final stages of the Victors for Michigan campaign. Whether you are established in your career or just starting out, every gift is powerful and strengthens Michigan Law now and into the future.
Mark D. West Dean Nippon Life Professor of Law
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