Initiated in 1980 through an endowment fund established by the will of Detroit philanthropist Helen L. De Roy, the Law School's DeRoy Fellowships bring leading lawyers and national figures to campus for sufficient periods to attend classes, meet with students, and offer their insight and expertise in a variety of settings other than the formal lecture. This year the program's aim of bringing law students in contact with people who have influenced our legal and political life was particularly well served through the visits of United States Appeals Court Judge Carl McGowan and of Jack Greenberg, the director counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
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