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Law School Yearbooks

The Law School does not publish a yearbook every year. Included in the Michigan Law School History Collection are "To Wit" (1894), "Res Gestae" (1896), "The Brief of the Lawyers' Club" (1925), "The Quad" (1952-1958, 1960-1967), "The Codicil" (1968-1973, 1977, 1980-1982), "The Quadrangle" (1988-1992), and "Res Ipsa Loquitur" (2002-2003).

University of Michigan Yearbooks

Links to complete online sources, unless otherwise  indicated.


(Find in a library)

Palladium (The senior annual of the secret societies of the University of Michigan) 

University Castalian
(Published annually by the independents of the senior class)

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