Law School (University of Michigan) records: 1852-2010
Law School (University of Michigan) records
University of Michigan. Law School.
121 linear feet, 1 oversize volume, 4 oversize folders, 2 folders, 1 drawings (outsize; roll of architectural drawings and blueprints), 2.1 GB (online)
Records of the Law School document the evolution of legal education at the University of Michigan as well as tenures of various deans and faculty. Documentation includes historical and class files; student organizations and activities; planning and construction of Law School buildings; information on William W. Cook and his bequest; topical files; deans' correspondence; reports and minutes. Also included are materials related to the Thomas M Cooley and William W. Cook lecture series and portraits of faculty and students, photographs of activities of the Judge Advocate General's School held at the Law School during World War II, the construction of the Law Quadrangle and Law Library addition, and student activities.87235 BImu Bimu C61 2
The materials are in English.
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