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Briefs Fall 2023

Celebrating Milestone Reunions

Hundreds of alumni and their guests returned to Ann Arbor over two weekends this fall to celebrate their Reunion.

A portrait of John Hoyns, ’79. A portrait of John Hoyns, ’79.

Impact Fall 2023

John Hoyns, ’79: Helping Airlines Survive COVID

After decades of serving aviation clients, John Hoyns thought he had seen the worst of the airline industry’s ups and downs. That was until the coronavirus pandemic upended the industry and presented a slew of unexpected challenges.

A portrait of Eric R. Lamison, ’95. A portrait of Eric R. Lamison, ’95.

Impact Fall 2023

Eric R. Lamison, ’95: Alumnus Establishes Fund for Law Quad Preservation

Eric Lamison describes his experience at Michigan Law as nothing short of an awakening. “Being in the Law Quad, the classrooms, Hutchins Hall, the Lawyers Club, the Reading Room, and the library below truly impacted me,” he says. “I always felt grateful to be there.” 

A portrait of Peter H. DeHaas, ’63. A portrait of Peter H. DeHaas, ’63.

Impact Fall 2023

Peter H. DeHaas, ’63: Boosting Financial Independence for Future Generations

Peter DeHaas spent his career working toward financial freedom—an aspirational goal that he was able to achieve with a little help along the way. With gratitude for the financial aid he received as a student, DeHaas recently established a $12 million trust to help the next generation of Michigan Law students achieve their career and financial goals.

Exterior view of the Reading Room Entrance. Exterior view of the Reading Room Entrance.

Impact Fall 2023

Fall 2023 Recent Gifts

Read about philanthropy at Michigan Law. 

Charles and Susan McKee Pavlica, ’81 Charles and Susan McKee Pavlica, ’81

Impact

New Scholarship Supports First-Gen Students

Recognizing that first-generation students may face distinct challenges, Susan Pavlica has established the Wilfred and Roberta McKee Fund at Michigan Law. The scholarship is named for her parents, who supported her law school dreams.

Exterior detail of Reading Room Tower Exterior detail of Reading Room Tower

Briefs Spring/Summer 2023

News in Brief: Spring/Summer 2023

News and updates from the Law Quad.

Ginny and Peter Gustafson, ’70, began their journey together when they met as dance partners in a U-M Winter Weekend student event at Hill Auditorium. Ginny and Peter Gustafson, ’70, began their journey together when they met as dance partners in a U-M Winter Weekend student event at Hill Auditorium.

Impact

A Match Made at Michigan: Couple Supports Scholarship Funds Across U-M

Ginny and Peter Gustafson, ’70, began their journey together when they met as dance partners in a U-M Winter Weekend student event at Hill Auditorium. Longtime supporters of their alma mater, the Gustafsons’s most recent gift is directed to the elements of U-M where they feel the most connection: scholarship funds at the Law School, Stamps School, and LSA. 

Students celebrating at Senior Day Students celebrating at Senior Day

@UMICHLAW Spring/Summer 2023

Celebrating Senior Day, 2023

The Class of 2023 and their families and friends convened at Hill Auditorium on May 5 to celebrate Senior Day—a gathering far removed from the start of their 1L year, which began on Zoom at the outset of the pandemic. 

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Cover Story

Athletes as Entrepreneurs

With recent changes to NCAA rules, student-athletes now have the opportunity to earn income from their name, image, and likeness (NIL) through third-party deals. At U-M, members of the Zell Entrepreneurship Clinic are at the forefront of NIL work, helping student-athletes understand the laws and start their own businesses.