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From: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig-Zeitschriften (Leipzig, Germany)
About this Item: Ann Arbor. In 1901 Gustavus Ohlinger, a student in the Law Department of the University of Michigan, approached the Dean with a proposal for a law journal. The faculty accepte the proposal, and the Michigan Law Review began publication in 1902, making the sixth oldest legal journal in the country. The review originally was intended as a forum in which the faculty could publish its legal scholarship. Today it is composed in two major parts: Articles by legal scholars and practioners and Notes written by the students editors. Michigan Law Review Association, 1950/51-1982/83. Bound in 44 vols. cloth. 8vo. (ZY15254). Seller Inventory # 4416115