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Vol. 57, No. 6, November 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 2006

Vol. 57, No. 6, November 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Students, Administration Respond to Prop. 2 •Sarbanes-Oxley Symposium •Focus on Public Interest: Betsey Wiegman •1L Job Search •Take it From Me: Law School Bathrooms •Photos from Bar Night, Jenny Runkles •Adam Dubinsky


Vol. 57, No. 5, November 7, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 2006

Vol. 57, No. 5, November 7, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Colorado Senator Speaks About Career, Politics •Open Letter •Debriefing the Halloween Ticket Snafu •Take It From Me •Lipton's New Pyramid Tea Put to the Test •Coffee Cart Arrives in 200 HH •LSSS Fall Wine and Cheese Pics •A Layman's Guide to Pass/Fail •Nannes 3L Challenge Hits its Target •BLSA Date Auction Pics •LSSS Halloween Party Pics •Navigating the PRS with Priorities in Hand


Vol. 57, No. 4, October 24, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2006

Vol. 57, No. 4, October 24, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•An Interview with Alex Joel •Double Booking Problems •Learning the Dual Degree Tango •How to Distinguish Between Law Firms •Harvard Law Changes First-Year Curriculum •Bar Night Pics •Headnotes Pics •Michigan Civil Rights Initiative •Take It from Me •Caminker "Hottest" Dean in the Nation


Vol. 57, No. 3, October 4, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2006

Vol. 57, No. 3, October 4, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Interview with Christine Gregory •Letter to the Editor •U.S. Solicitor General Speaks on SCOTUS •Mainstreaming Feminism in Legal Education •3Ls Stepping Up to the Nannes Challenge •Environmental Law Symposium •The Etiquette of Wrong •Focus on Public Service •Michigan Civil Rights Initiative Lecture Series Schedule •MCRI and Affirmative Action •Banned Book Day Pics •Grabbing a Bite •Pining for Piven •Crossword


Vol. 57, No. 2, September 19, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 2006

Vol. 57, No. 2, September 19, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Class of 2009 by the Numbers •Renovations Deserve Our Applause •A Warm Welcome From Dean Caminker •My Return to Cable •Focus on Public Service •3L Pledging Begins with a Bang •The Keys to Success •Bar Night Pics •LSSS Gives the Lowdown on the Upcoming Year •Japanese Cuisine in the McNamara Terminal •Grade Curves •Crossword


Vol. 57, No. 1, August 28, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Aug 2006

Vol. 57, No. 1, August 28, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Tips for Early Interview Week and Beyond •All I Ever Needed to Know About OCI I Learned Doing My Laundry •Get Your Dream Job in Your Dream City •Top 10 Things Not to Say on Callbacks •If You Can Dodge the Wrench You Can Dodge These Interview Questions •The OCI Drinking Game! •The Opening of Law School Dating Season •10 Things Not to Do as a Summer Associate •Crossword •Green OCI


The University Of Michigan Law School Report Of Giving, July 1, 2005 - June 30, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Jun 2006

The University Of Michigan Law School Report Of Giving, July 1, 2005 - June 30, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

An annual report of giving from the members of the University of Michigan Law School community.


Vol. 56, No. 11, April 4, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2006

Vol. 56, No. 11, April 4, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Prof. Friedman Goes to Washington •Community Mourns Loss of Alumnus •Editorial: Lame Ducks Quack Thanks •Atkinson: M-Law's Jack of All Trades •Prof. Schneider on OCI and Your Future as a Lawyer •Students, Caminker Discuss Wireless Policy •Senior Day is What You Want it to Be: Make it Count •Putting it All on the Table •Alumnus Considers Duke Rape Allegations, Campus Tensions, Unfair Policies •The Handlebars of the Soul •APALSA Origins Festival Photos •LSSS Prom Photos •Introducing the Poetry of T.S. Eliot •An Open Letter to the Female Law School Community •How the Profs Stole Summer •Griot Photos •Crossword ...


Vol. 56, No. ∞, April 1, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2006

Vol. 56, No. ∞, April 1, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Michigan Law to Drop to No. 11: Class of 2006 Officially Apologizes


Vol. 56, No. 10, March 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2006

Vol. 56, No. 10, March 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Destination Gulfport: Spring Break in the Wake of Katrina •Editorial: About Those Grade Curves •Everything That's Fit to Moot (Court) •Mark West on Japan, Fashion and Why Dean Croley Will Never be on 'The Daily Show' •LSSS Candidates Share Statements •Don't Let Your Life Bully You •Bar Month Photos •Reflections on my Term: Successes and Failures •Which Me is Me? •MSA Representative Candidates Speak Out •Grade Curves •The Ancient Art of Mixtaping •Question on the Quad •It IS Wrong to Yell Fire in a Crowded Library: You Shouldn't Yell in the Law Library •SFF Auction Photos


Michigan's First Woman Lawyer: Sarah Killgore Wertman, Margaret A. Leary Mar 2006

Michigan's First Woman Lawyer: Sarah Killgore Wertman, Margaret A. Leary

Articles

Sarah Killgore Wertman was the first woman in the country to both graduate from law school and be admitted to the bar. Thus, she was Michigan's first woman lawyer in two senses: She was the first woman to graduate from the University of Michigan Law School, and the first woman admitted to the Michigan bar. Others preceded her in entering law school, graduating from law school, or being admitted to the bar, but she was the first to accomplish all three. Her story illustrates much about the early days of women in legal education and the practice of law ...


Vol. 56, No. 9, February 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 2006

Vol. 56, No. 9, February 21, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Don't Panic! Save Yourself (Jail) Time, Trouble With 'The Law Student's Guide to the Planet' •Coke Ban Can Beat the Real Thing •Ann Arbor Has a 'Starry Night' •In Re Kwan •An Open Apology to Christina Whitman •Introducing the Poetry of Wallace Stevens •I Know What You Did Last Semester •'Term of Arts' Opening Photos •Michigan Hoops '06: Just Another Tease? •Crossword •Question on the Quad


Vol. 56, No. 8, February 7, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Feb 2006

Vol. 56, No. 8, February 7, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Renovations to Destroy Locker Monstrosity •Community Mourns Loss of Student •A Half-Hour with Prof. Brensike •Lawopen is Not a Toy •The King of Spain Never Rushes •Introducing the Poetry of Ranier Maria Rilke •Rogue Wave Hits High Tide with Descended Like Vultures •Mr. Wolverine Photos •How to Get Better Grades in Law School Just by Talking Real Smart-Like •The Last Chance... to do What? •50 Ways to Leave Your Landlord •2006 Honda Civic SI: Return of the King •Crossword


Vol. 56, No. 7, January 24, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2006

Vol. 56, No. 7, January 24, 2006, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•3Ls and Profs Give Note Taking Tips •Editorial: First-Day Reading Board Should be Online •South African Justice Gives MLK Talk •Summer Holiday in Cambodia: It's Not Just a Job, It's an Adventure •Take Advantage of Public Service Activities •Introducing the Poetry of Hart Crane •Admissions A.D. Shares Her Career Path, Thoughts on Public and Private Practice •Bar Night Photos •The Long, Dark, Car Repair of the Soul •A Bar I May Actually Not Enjoy •There is Hope Yet for the Jobless •Students Should Unite Against Senseless Internet Policy •SFF: What it is, What it Does, and Why ...


Honors Convocation, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2006

Honors Convocation, University Of Michigan Law School

Commencement and Honors Materials

Program for the May 5, 2006 University of Michigan Law School Honors Convocation.


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.


Ann Arbor, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2006

Ann Arbor, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

Informational brochure introducing students to Ann Arbor and all it has to offer.


William W. Cook: Articles From Law Quad Notes About William W. Cook, Margaret A. Leary Jan 2006

William W. Cook: Articles From Law Quad Notes About William W. Cook, Margaret A. Leary

Books

This collection of articles published from 2002-2004 is the embryo of a biography I hope to complete so that full information about the life and times of William W. Cook (1858- 1930) is accessible. Cook was important to the University of Michigan and its Law School because he gave virtually all of his considerable fortune to the Law School, and was the first individual to give so much.


Dick Wellman -- A Personal Remembrance, Lawrence W. Waggoner Jan 2006

Dick Wellman -- A Personal Remembrance, Lawrence W. Waggoner

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Dick Wellman was my teacher, mentor, collaborator, colleague, and friend. My law school class at The University of Michigan Law School voted Dick the most enthusiastic member of the faculty, and he was that. Dick devoted his professional life to teaching and scholarship, as most law professors do, but he had another career: Dick was a key player in the Uniform Law Conference,' an organization dedicated to improving private law and promoting legislative uniformity among the states.2


People, Times, Law School Leadership Join To Launch South Africa Program, David L. Chambers Jan 2006

People, Times, Law School Leadership Join To Launch South Africa Program, David L. Chambers

Articles

Professor Emeritus David Chambers launched Michigan Law’s South Africa externship program 10 years ago just as that country was emerging from apartheid and beginning to function under its new constitution, adopted in 1996. Here Chambers recalls how the externship program began. Now the Wade H. McCree Jr. Collegiate Professor Emeritus of Law, Chambers directed the program until his retirement from active teaching in 2003.


Post-Admissions Educational Programming In A Post-Grutter World: A Response To Professor Brown, Evan H. Caminker Jan 2006

Post-Admissions Educational Programming In A Post-Grutter World: A Response To Professor Brown, Evan H. Caminker

Articles

When asked to provide commentary on another scholar's reflections on Grutterl and Gratz and affirmative action, I am usually struck by two fears. First, because so much ink has been spilled on this topic, I worry the main presenter will have nothing new and interesting to say. Today this worry has been put to rest; I am so pleased that Professor Dorothy Brown offers a number of novel and intriguing observations and, in the end, advances a novel and intriguing proposal about the role Critical Race Theory ought to play in our nation's law school classrooms. Second, for ...


Why China?: A Startling Transformation, Nicholas C. Howson Jan 2006

Why China?: A Startling Transformation, Nicholas C. Howson

Articles

Another vantage point—the view from inside China— reveals a process of transformation even more startling and far-reaching than the external manifestations of China’s rise.