A Window on the State of Legal Education
A Window on the State of Legal Education

What can be said about the state of legal education, both at Michigan Law and at Law schools around the country? What is a degree worth? Are students well prepared to practice law when they leave the safe confines of the classroom? What are schools doing well, and what could they do better? Here, we explore these questions, with insights from experts on legal education. More...


A Window on the New Buildings
A Window on the New Buildings

How's this for a nod to history? Law School administrators and the architects of the new Law Quad South Hall wanted the exterior to be a clear part of the family of buildings to its north, and of particular importance was the stone façade. So they went to the same quarries that the architectural firm York and Sawyer used in the 1920s and 1930s. Even then, getting a near-match proved tricky. More...


An Entrepreneurial Zeal: New Law School program in entrepreneurial law launches this fall
An Entrepreneurial Zeal: New Law School program in entrepreneurial law launches this fall

A rare program in entrepreneurship and law launching this fall at the Law School will steep student lawyers in the arts of entrepreneurial businesses and also lead to groundbreaking entrepreneurial opportunities for students University-wide. More...


Mock Trial, Real Life
Mock Trial, Real Life

Michigan Law students coach the Ypsilanti High School mock trial team through a season of highs and lows, great performances and devastating match-ups. More...


Law School Fund Marks 50 Years
Law School Fund Marks 50 Years

What watershed moment in Michigan Law history was the dean referring to? None other than the creation of the Law School Fund, the oldest annual fund on the U-M campus, marking its 50th anniversary this year. More...

 
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