- 99 full-time faculty
- 83 part-time
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Currently: Bruno Simma, Daniel Halberstam, Mathias Reimann, Susanne Baer, James Hathaway, Catharine MacKinnon, Anne Peters, Reuven Avi-Yonah
Historically: Eric Stein, John Jackson, William Bishop, Joseph Weiler
There are many, so apologies for listing only a few of our LLM alumni, and only those with European connections:
Susanne Baer, Daniela Bankier, Eric Bergsten, Neeru Chadha, Thomas Cottier, Andreas Fabritius, Jochen Frowein, Wolfgang Knapp, Hein Koetz, Zdenek Kuehn, Katarina Mathernová, Mathias Reimann, Siniša Rodin, Goran Selanec, Pieter van den Bossche, etc.
Senior Counsel, Barui Law Firm, Beijing
“What I learned in the MACL helps me enormously in my legal practice, also thanks to my classmates, who added expertise from their countries to the professors’ formal syllabi and teaching. Being able to discuss with peers and experts alike made it easier to understand cultural and legal differences, and thereby alleviate my foreign clients’ issues.”
Attorney-At-Law, Mohammed Aslhareef Law Firm, Saudi Arabia
“My already high expectations of the program were surpassed by the actual experience. My primary goal was to expand my understanding of corporate law and this goal was easily fulfilled by the amazing faculty and library resources. In addition, I made meaningful connections, friendships and memories in Ann Arbor that will last a lifetime.”
Teaching Associate, Lancaster University Ghana
"There is a collegial atmosphere at Michigan Law that is seldom replicated anywhere else; plug into it without reservation. Join an affinity group based not only on your immutable characteristics but also your intellectual interests. It is a great way of finding the amazing group of people that will form your social support system during what is certain to be an intense year. LLMs and JDs alike are likely to be curious about you, seize this! In the meeting of curious minds, great friendships are formed."
Senior Associate, Leal Cotrim Jansen Advogados, Rio de Janeiro
“The amount we learn in the classrooms is enormous, but the personal connections we build are also crucial in expanding our horizons. My fellow LLMs and JDs, as well as SJDs and research scholars got me interested in topics I had never thought about before, taught me new things about the legal market, and helped me reevaluate and further develop my career. It is easy to be caught up in the readings and lectures, but the difference that people can make in your personal and professional life are also a defining feature of the experience at Michigan Law.”
Foley Hoag LLP, Washington D.C.
"When you only have one LLM year at Michigan, you want to spend your time wisely in order to benefit as much as possible. Incorporating mini-seminars and a clinic into my schedule enabled me to expand my knowledge through debates and research that I wouldn't have had in a classic classroom setting. And with professors that are both scholars and practitioners, you will benefit from both ways of approaching very rich disciplines."