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Matthew P. McCauley

Matthew P. McCauley taught at the University of Michigan Law School, 1968-1972.  

Matthew P. McCauley is the youngest man to receive an assistant deanship in the Law School. He received his A.B. cum laude from Harvard and his J.D. from U-M. He spent the past year working in Zambia under a fellowship awarded by the Program of East Africa Studies, Syracuse University. 

The principal part of McCauley's new duties will be in the area of admissions operations for the Law School.  This includes supervising the operations of the Admissions Office, helping to select the incoming classes, supervising research into admissions practice with a view to revising the Law School admissions criteria, strengthening relations with admissions counsellors at other colleges throughout the country, and preparing admissions literature.

-- From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 12, Iss. 04 (Fall 1968).

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*    "Four New Deans Appointed in Administrative Change," 12 L. Quadrangle Notes 2 (Fall, 1968).


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