Issue 65/Vol. 37/No. 2
Chief Justice Sian Elias, JSM ’72, has led New Zealand into uncharted legal territory. Can English common law accommodate the spiritual beliefs of her nation’s indigenous people?
Alumni and School News
Cardinal arguments on the University of Michigan’s Admissions Policy
A Cyberlaw Clinic Victory
Many students expect evidence class to be dull, but Law School Professor George Fisher proves it can actually be fun. He talks here about his new casebook, classroom movies, and his recently published book on plea bargaining.
A Year Outside the Beltway
Alan Morrison, the director of the Washington DC-based Public Interest Litigation Group, spent a year as a visiting teacher at the Law School
The All-Star Cast at Alumni Weekend 2002
Supreme Court Justices, the FBI director, and a former secretary of state joined the celebrations. Alumni dined under a full moon and toasted the Law School, but only after intense debate over the future of civil liberties in these turbulent times.
Scholar, Teacher, Mensch
The late Gerald Gunther, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law, Emeritus, was an icon in the study of constitutional law. He shaped the thinking of generations of lawyers and judges, while touching their hearts.