Today's Law School inherits and continues a legacy of service that began with the School's charter leaders; In the wake of Hurricane Katrina the Law School community reaches out; Faculty members in the public arena; Gross: Correcting the past; Niehoff: Speaking out; Barr: We have a duty to advance the public good; Joseph Vining: On grand jury service; MaryAnn Sarosi, '87, the Law School's dirctor of public service on a multi-faceted commitment; A wealth of opportunities to support public service at the Law School; Two clinics - two new initiatives; Law School Debt Management/Loan Forgiveness Program; Student-run programs in the public interest are a hallmark of Law School life; Service Day gift honors Susan M. Eklund, '73; Students' Voting Rights Initiative helps protect the ballot box for everyone; Many voices - one theme; Law School graduate profiles; Public service - Class Notes; When you don't pull up...not only the client but the public is best served by the lawyer's interposition.
University of Michigan Law School,
A Legacy of Service,
Law Quadrangle (formerly Law Quad Notes)
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/lqnotes/vol48/iss2/4