One illustration of Michigan Law's global strength in recent years has been the prevalence of graduates on the highest courts of their countries of origin. Programs such as the Geneva Externships and Bates Fellowships have trained students and recent graduates how to practice law in other countries. Courses and clinics at the Law School have allowed for the development and refinement of tools such as a blood-filtering device that saves the lives of new mothers in Ghana.
Read more about those stories in the pages that follow, which, collectively, serve as a snapshot of Michigan Law's place in the World.
Katie Vloet, John Masson, Jenny Whalen & Randy H. Milogrom,
A Place in the World,
Law Quadrangle (formerly Law Quad Notes)
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/lqnotes/vol56/iss2/5