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'A Time To Build' - William W. Cook And His Architects: Edward York And Philip Sawyer, Margaret A. Leary Dec 2002

'A Time To Build' - William W. Cook And His Architects: Edward York And Philip Sawyer, Margaret A. Leary

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The following narrative outlines the role of donor William W. cook and the architects who built the Law Quadrangle 70 years ago. The report is excerpted and adapted from 94 Law Library Journal 395-425 (2002-26). The author is director of the University of Michigan Law School's Law Library.


Barely At The Margins: Race And Ethnicity In Legal Education -- A Curricular Study With Latcritical Commentary, Francisco Valdes Jan 2002

Barely At The Margins: Race And Ethnicity In Legal Education -- A Curricular Study With Latcritical Commentary, Francisco Valdes

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Beyond Interpretation, Pierre Schlag Jan 2002

Beyond Interpretation, Pierre Schlag

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A Comment On Race And The Law, Zanita E. Fenton Jan 2002

A Comment On Race And The Law, Zanita E. Fenton

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Teamwork Builds A Modern Traditional Library, Mitchell Counts, Robert Linz Jan 2002

Teamwork Builds A Modern Traditional Library, Mitchell Counts, Robert Linz

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Building A Foreign Law Collection At The University Of Michigan Law Library, 1910-1960, Margaret A. Leary Jan 2002

Building A Foreign Law Collection At The University Of Michigan Law Library, 1910-1960, Margaret A. Leary

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Ms. Leary describes the vision, energy, imagination, and techniques of the dedicated people who built an eminent foreign law collection at the University of Michigan Law Library. She also uses Michigan as an example to illustrate the development of libraries and librarianship nationally.


The Developing Field Of Elder Law Redux: Ten Years After, Lawrence A. Frolik Jan 2002

The Developing Field Of Elder Law Redux: Ten Years After, Lawrence A. Frolik

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In 1993, Professor Frolik helped initiate The Elder Law Journal's first issue with his essay, The Developing Field of Elder Law: A Historical Perspective. Today, with the publication of the tenth volume of the Journal, Professor Frolik looks back over the past decade to reflect on the changes that have occurred within the field. In the past, he writes, Medicaid planning was thought by many to be the core of an elder law practice. This was not the case ten years ago, however, and it is certainly not true in the twenty-first century; elder law attorneys must practice in ...