New program examines complexities of asylum/refugee law; MLK Day speaker says racism, class issues loom large for the next century; Who should regulate us?; School choice: boon or bane?; An auspicious launch for the Center for International and Comparative Law; Riding the past into the future; Guindi, '90, named director of Career Services; 2001: a legal odyssey; A new role for the 'weeping wall'; Finding food for thought in the 'brown bag'; Japanese Supreme Court Justice says quasi-judicial commissions would help courts; How will medical care be managed?; Cooks Lectures speaker: science and religion need not do battle; Senior Day 1998; Holden Fund underwrites continuation of pediatric law programs; Bernard Petrie, '52, launches Sperling Seminar.
University of Michigan Law School,
Law Quadrangle (formerly Law Quad Notes)
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/lqnotes/vol42/iss1/4