What happens next in the country’s onetime industrial capital is a story that cannot yet be written; no crystal ball can accurately predict the future of the largest U.S. city ever to emerge from bankruptcy. What we know is this: Many smart, talented, tenacious people are attempting to make the city a modern powerhouse. And many of them call Michigan Law home.
The state’s governor, the city’s mayor, and the emergency financial manager all earned degrees from the Law School, all around the same time. Alumni who are entrepreneurs, education experts, nonprofit leaders, even urban farmers are hoping to contribute to the revitalization of the city in ways large and small.
To learn more about U-M alums, check out the feature section of the Law Quadrangle.