Michigan Law Faculty are the best of the best. As you look through these pages, you will see some of their accomplishments: They serve as senior advisers to policymakers and governments around the world, they argue important cases in courts of every level, and they produce superb research that addresses society's greatest problems.
Our faculty also take teaching very seriously. They are dedicated to using their research and experience to help create a curriculum that will challenge and transform you. Michigan Law's rich curriculum features foundational courses that evolve with the needs of the profession, a wide array of upper-level courses that explore complex issues in depth through diverse approaches, and experiential opportunities that emphasize writing, client interaction, and other lawyering competencies. Our curriculum develops the practical skills that are necessary to enter the profession and fosters the habits of mind that are an important part of the foundation for the broad range of professional opportunities that Michigan Law graduates enjoy.
University of Michigan Law School, "Foundations: Curriculum & Faculty" (2013). Miscellaneous Law School History & Publications.