Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

A student strikes a graceful pose while playing ladder ball.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

Teams square off in kabaddi, a traditional South Asian game. Teams take turns sending a "raider" into the opposing side, where the goal is to tag or wrestle members of the opposite team.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

Jianzi, or Chinese hacky sack, proves to be useful in perfecting one's balance.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

A student gets into the spirit of bocce ball.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

Michigan-themed cornhole is the game of choice for these students.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

The game of fricket (also known as sticks 'n' cups) tests players' Frisbee-tossing skills.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

A spirited game of bocce ball.

Law School Olympics, Oct. 9, 2013

A "raider" tries to outrun a member of the opposing team during a game of kabaddi.

IT'S ALL FUN AND GAMES   Many a Frisbee game has been played in the Law Quad, but on Oct. 9, bocce ball, kabaddi, jianzi, and cornhole were among the games of choice offered during the first Law School Olympics. No athletic skills were required, just a desire for fun and camaraderie. Food and fellowship followed the games, which were sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law, Michigan Access Program, and Lawyers Club.

Photos by Isabel Gao.

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