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Issue: Fall 2022 | Section: Impact

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Gary E. Baker, LLM ’76, and Susan Key Baker Gary E. Baker, LLM ’76, and Susan Key Baker

Impact Fall 2022

From Green and Gold to Maize and Blue, New Fund Connects Central Texas and Ann Arbor

One couple’s split loyalties and international ambitions have led to the creation of a new scholarship fund that will support students at the Law School. 

Michael-Fayhee Michael-Fayhee

Impact Fall 2022

In Pursuit of the “Why,” Alumnus Establishes Fund to Support Philosophy of Law

When not flying his airplane, traveling with his grandchildren to Scotland, or taking a biking trip in Florida, Michael Fayhee, JD ’73, LLM ’20, is thinking about the law.

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Impact Fall 2022

Recent Gifts: Fall 2022

Giving to Michigan Law is an investment in the future of legal education, and private support ensures that the excellence that has distinguished Michigan-trained lawyers continues for generations to come.

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Impact Fall 2022

True Partners at Home and in Giving Back

With a shared love for Michigan sports, an appreciation for the power of education, and a philosophy of giving back, Rochelle “Shelley” Alpert, ’75, and Steve Greenwald, ’73, have been thick as thieves since they first met at the University of Michigan.

Dawn Hertz, Mary Kay Kane, and Muriel Nichols as pictured in their 1971 Law School yearbook. Dawn Hertz, Mary Kay Kane, and Muriel Nichols as pictured in their 1971 Law School yearbook.

Impact Fall 2022

New Scholarship Fund Celebrates the Women of ’71

Michigan Law’s Class of 1971 attended law school during a tumultuous and pivotal period in US history: The Vietnam War was raging, women were breaking out of prescriptive molds, and a new wave of civil rights was reshaping the nation. 

Thomas Lacchia, ’69 Thomas Lacchia, ’69

Impact Fall 2022

Longtime U-M Supporter Endows Law School Professorship

When Thomas Lacchia, ’69, made a gift to establish an endowed professorship at the Law School, it was the culmination of more than 40 years of philanthropy at the University of Michigan. 

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Impact Fall 2022

Cause and Effect: A Donor and His Scholarship Recipient Reflect on Their Connection to Michigan Law

“This scholarship has provided me the ability to participate in law school more fully as it has alleviated a part of the significant financial burden required to attend. I feel supported in my studies, and I am able to envision a future that isn’t shaped by significant student debt.”

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Impact Fall 2022

Patricia Carnese, ’82: Private Practice in Paris is a Dream Come True

A lover of museums, music, and delicious food, Patricia Carnese, ’82, dreamed of living and working in Europe. She is a loyal donor to the Law School Fund because Michigan Law was her ticket there. 

Paul Dimond, ’69 Paul Dimond, ’69

Impact Fall 2022

Alumnus Establishes New Prize to Bolster Scholarship at the Law School

Interpreting the Constitution and applying it to contemporary legal issues has been at the heart of all that Paul Dimond, ’69, has done in his career as a civil rights litigator, scholar, and private practitioner.