"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."
Waite, John B. "The Michigan Law Review: A Survey." Mich. Alumnus 30, no. 23 (1924): 721-4.