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Work Picks Up On U-M'S New Law Library Addition, Guy Snyder Jan 1979

Work Picks Up On U-M'S New Law Library Addition, Guy Snyder

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Construction is continuing through the winter of 1979 on the University of Michigan Law Library Addition in Ann Arbor. A three-level underground structure containing approximately 77,500 sq. ft. in total gross area.


A Book Of The Law Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan, Fred Nathan Jan 1934

A Book Of The Law Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan, Fred Nathan

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William Wilson Cook ardently believed that the future of democratic institutions must depend in large measure upon the ability and integrity of the members of the legal profession. He hoped to improve the quality of the leadership provided by that profession by improving the law schools. As the immediate object of his philanthropy he chose his Alma Mater, The University of Michigan Law School. The Law Quadrangle is the physical embodiment of one aspect of his idea and marks a milestone in legal education. In making possible a close fellowship between lawyers, teachers, and students in an inspiring environment he ...


A Book Of The Lawyers Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan May 1931

A Book Of The Lawyers Quadrangle At The University Of Michigan

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William W. Cook of the Class of '82, had a dream, and he lived in this dream from its inception until his death. It was to develop a great law school, housed in the most inspiring of buildings and devoted to the ideal of creating leaders of men. He often said, "Intellectual leadership is the greatest problem which faces America today; without leaders we perish." This he placed above all else. With these ideals in mind he proceeded with his work. Architects and artists were dispatched to centers of learning both here and abroad in order that the law school ...