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The Michigan Law Review: A Survey, John B. Waite Mar 1924

The Michigan Law Review: A Survey, John B. Waite

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"The Michigan Law Review was instituted as a means of special education for those seniors in the Law Department who proved themselves particularly capable of profitting[sic] therefrom. It stands also as an extremely valuable service of the Law School to its alumni and to practicing lawyers in general."


The Future Of Michigan's Law School, Henry M. Bates Mar 1924

The Future Of Michigan's Law School, Henry M. Bates

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An article penned by Dean Bates in anticipation of the opening of the Law School's Lawyers' Club buildings in the following year. Bates does not mention by name the "distinguished alumnus of the University" whose "vision has developed the best-conceived and most effective plan in the history of the legal profession and the interests which it serves." A general narrative "travelogue" of the Law School in 1924.