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Peggy Radin, Mentor Extraordinaire, R. Anthony Reese Oct 2015

Peggy Radin, Mentor Extraordinaire, R. Anthony Reese

Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review

I write to celebrate Peggy Radin’s contributions to the legal academy in her role as a mentor. I know that others will speak to her significant scholarly achievements and important contributions across several fields. I want to pay tribute to the substantial time and energy that Peggy has devoted over the course of her career to mentoring students and young academics. I was extremely fortunate to have had a handful of mentors who helped me become a law professor. (I am also extremely fortunate that some of those mentors became generous senior colleagues who occasionally continue to help me ...


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2011-2012, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2011

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2011-2012, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2010-2011, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2010

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2010-2011, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


The Filaments Of The Vicarious, Jospeh Vining Jan 2010

The Filaments Of The Vicarious, Jospeh Vining

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Forty years is the unit of work in focus here. You have or will have units of forty years of your own, a unit of work like this. I hope what you are doing for me is also for you and your work and your encourage-ment about the decades behind you or to come. I can best respond to your generosity with a look back at the course of this effort of mine and its internal and external connections over time, to illustrate and help us keep in mind the way we mutually influence each other in our thought and ...


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2009-2010, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2009

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2009-2010, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 08/09, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2008

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 08/09, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 07/08, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2007

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 07/08, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 06/07, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2006

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 06/07, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2005-2006, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2005

University Of Michigan Law School Faculty, 2005-2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Biographies of the University of Michigan Law School faculty.


Some Observations On Teaching From The "Pioneer" Generation, James E. Jones Jr. Jan 1999

Some Observations On Teaching From The "Pioneer" Generation, James E. Jones Jr.

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

A paper from the perspective of the "pioneer" generation.


A Tribute To Theodore J. St. Antoine, Jeffrey S. Lehman Aug 1998

A Tribute To Theodore J. St. Antoine, Jeffrey S. Lehman

Michigan Law Review

The University of Michigan Law School was ninety-five years old when Ted St. Antoine first entered Hutchins Hall in 1951. In half as many years, he profoundly influenced the institution, its traditions, and its character. Ted came west to Michigan after studying philosophy and theology at Fordham College in New York City. He came with the proven abilities of a summa cum laude. He came ready to engage what he considered a more practical challenge: he wanted to become a lawyer.


Professor Theodore J. St. Antoine: A Legendary Figure, Harry T. Edwards Aug 1998

Professor Theodore J. St. Antoine: A Legendary Figure, Harry T. Edwards

Michigan Law Review

Ted St. Antoine's career as a law professor started more than three decades ago, in 1965, just after I had graduated from the University of Michigan Law School. I never had the good fortune to experience Ted in the classroom and I have always regretted that, for he has been a legendary teacher at the University of Michigan Law School. Indeed, even among those of us who graduated before his arrival at Michigan, Ted quickly gained a reputation as one of the finest classroom teachers ever to deliver a lecture in Hutchins Hall. He has graced his classes with ...


Ted St. Antoine: An Appreciation, Benjamin Aaron Aug 1998

Ted St. Antoine: An Appreciation, Benjamin Aaron

Michigan Law Review

In seeking to encompass the many facets of Ted St. Antoine's complex life and career, one thinks of other persons to whom he can be compared. John Maynard Keynes comes immediately to mind. Although Ted may never attain the worldwide renown and influence of the great British economist, the two men share several significant traits. Like Keynes, St. Antoine is an internationally prominent and respected scholar in his own field. Like him, also, Ted is a bon vivant and a lover of the arts. He can generally be relied upon for information about the best places to eat, especially ...


In Appreciation Of Ted St. Antoine, Terrance Sandalow Jan 1998

In Appreciation Of Ted St. Antoine, Terrance Sandalow

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As I began to think of what I might say this evening, it occurred to me that I was fortunate the occasion had not been billed as a roast. It would not be easy - and, indeed, might be sacrilegious - to direct attention to the foibles of a man whom thousands call "the Saint." That title, by which he has been known by generations of students, is, of course, a measure of their affection and their esteem for him. For more than three decades, Ted has been one of our most popular teachers. Although I have learned a great deal from ...


William W. Bishop, Jr.: A Law Teacher Whose Inward Happiness Was Reflected In His Relations With Students And Colleagues, James N. Hyde Jan 1989

William W. Bishop, Jr.: A Law Teacher Whose Inward Happiness Was Reflected In His Relations With Students And Colleagues, James N. Hyde

Michigan Journal of International Law

Bill Bishop's students and colleagues at Michigan showed their love and respect for him, which I, as a contemporary in age, shared. Like my father, Charles Cheney Hyde, I had associations with Bishop while lecturing there. Through these associations I developed my own interest in the Law School and its students. His colleague, Eric Stein, has emphasized the impact of his casebook and teaching. He refers to Bishop's "historical perspective and traditional systematic presentation, which formed the background for consideration of perpetual change," which Bishop saw and documented. In the Foreword to the Proceedings of a 1955 Summer ...


John W. Reed And The High Style, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jun 1987

John W. Reed And The High Style, Theodore J. St. Antoine

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John Reed is the Fred Astaire of the law school world. That doesn't mean John would win prizes for his waltzing and tangoing; the kinship runs much deeper. There is the same purity of line in gesture and speech, the same trimness of content and grace of expression, and the same ineffable talent for brightening up a scene just by entering it.


John W. Reed, Austin G. Anderson Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Austin G. Anderson

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, James K. Robinson Jun 1987

John W. Reed, James K. Robinson

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, Douglas W. Hillman Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Douglas W. Hillman

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, Wilbert J. Mckeachie Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Wilbert J. Mckeachie

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed And The High Style, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1987

John W. Reed And The High Style, Theodore J. St. Antoine

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John Reed is the Fred Astaire of the law school world. That doesn't mean John would win prizes for his waltzing and tangoing; the kinship runs much deeper. There is the same purity of line in gesture and speech, the same trimness of content and grace of expression, and the same ineffable talent for brightening up a scene just by entering it. John certainly brightened up the law school days for this former student, a generation or so ago. We jaded upperclass people actually looked forward to John's Evidence classes, and he seldom if ever let us down ...


Luke K. Cooperrider, L. Hart Wright May 1982

Luke K. Cooperrider, L. Hart Wright

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to Luke K. Cooperrider


A Colleague's Tribute, James J. White Jan 1980

A Colleague's Tribute, James J. White

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This piece was published as a dedication to Dean Richard E. Speidel. In describing Dick Speidel's character and scholarship one is tempted to use the adjectives that are now a fixed part of the Decanal resignation ritual. Whatever their vices in office, retiring Deans are invariably "bright, insightful, generous, scholarly, worldly;" occasionally they are persons of "unbounded administrative skill," and even of "unlimited scholastic vision."


Willard Titus Barbour, Ralph W. Aigler Jan 1920

Willard Titus Barbour, Ralph W. Aigler

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Legal scholarship in America suffered a grievous loss in the death of Willard T. Barbour, Charles F. Southmayd Professor of Law in the Yale Law School on March 2, 1920. Indeed it is not too much to say that his loss will be felt wherever the English Common Law holds its sway, for he had dipped deep into the obscured origins of Equity Jurisdiction during his study at Oxford and in London, and was but at the beginning of a series of studies and lectures which would ultimately have developed into a comprehensive book, throwing light not only upon the ...


Henry Moore Bates, Joseph H. Drake Jan 1910

Henry Moore Bates, Joseph H. Drake

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The important changes in the administrative force of the University this year have been of especial significance to the Law Department. It is a matter for congratulation that a r.ew Dean has been chosen from the present Faculty, thus assuring the continuation of the successful policy of the past without essential break.


Thomas Mcintyre Cooley, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1906

Thomas Mcintyre Cooley, Harry B. Hutchins

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The Department of Law of the University was opened in the fall of 1859. The wisdom of the step was doubted by many, and it cannot be said to have had the hearty support of the profession of the State. Systematic legal education through the instrumentality of formal instruction was in its infancy. It was practically unknown in the west, for outside of New England and New York there was at the time no law school of standing and influence. The profession generally, the country over, had little sympathy with any method of training for the bar excepting the historic ...