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Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 02, Iss. 02 (June 1958)

University of Michigan Law School
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  • Political Science


law /i quadrangle Summer Institute T h e 1958 Law School Summer Insti- tute will be devoted to the subject "Collective Bargaining and the Law." I t will be held July 3 1, August 1 and 2 , and will be co-sponsored b y the Insti- tute of Labor and Industrial Relations (University of Michigan-Wayne State University). T h e speakers will include persons of national reputation in the field of La- bor Law from government, the academic community, industry and labor. .Among those already scheduled are the follow- ing: Chairman Boyd Leedom and Gen- eral Counsel Jerome Fenton of the National Labor Relations Board, Paul Herzog, Executive \'ice President of the American Arbitration .4ssociation, and Professors N. P. Feinsinger (of Wiscon- s in ) , Archibald C o s (of Harvard) , Charles 0. Gregory (of j'irginia) , Clyde Summers and H a r r y H. IYellinpton (of Yale) , Leroy Merrifield (of George I 'ashington) , and Frank Elkouri (of Oklahoma). A group of Labor Law prac- titioners, including Gerard \Tan Arkel and Louis Sherman (of UTashington, D.C.) , John J. Adams (of Cleveland), T. C. Kammholtz (of Chicago) and Howard Lichtenstein (of New York City) will also participate. from the dean . . . I am glad to report that the "planning" activities of the law faculty are proceeding rapidly and satisfactorily. In this changing world the law school that stands still will soon be far behind. \Ire at Michigan intend to be ahead. In recent months I have been personally focusinn on the year 1975 or thereabouts, trying to envisage the basic intellectual needs of the Law School of that era, and thinking of the ways and means of satisfying them. Without meaning to preclude other factors. there are certain out- standing intellectual needs that must be our main guideposts. These are: 1. Developing student powers of analysis and powers of inductive. deductive, and analogical reasoning. This has long been the principal objective of the case sys

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