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How to Research University of Michigan Law School Alumni

Graduates of the University of Michigan Law School have been making their mark on the world since 1860. The purpose of this guide it is to point you to the sources that may provide biographical  information on University of Michigan Law School alumni.  

See the text box below for information on how to find if biographical information is available on the site for an individual graduate. 

The Michigan Law Scholarship Repository's Law School History and Publications collection is a robust archive of Law School yearbooks, photographs, publications, and other materials.

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