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Summer 2005 Features
Swinging for the fences

Swinging for the fences by Eric Smith
The U of M's Bureau of Sport and Leisure Commerce teams up with the Memphis Redbirds to give students real-world sports marketing experience.

Acting most peculiar

Acting most peculiar by Jamie Peters
You may remember him as the backwoodsman Larry on the old Newhart show. But this U of M alum's latest offbeat role has TV critics talking Emmy.

The Chinese appointment

The Chinese appointment by Matt Timberlake
A U of M conductor returns a musical masterpiece to its homeland.

Law in order Law in order by Blair Dedrick
An expected move downtown will solidify the standing of the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law as one of the top law schools in the region.
Setting the tone Setting the tone by Eric Smith
Softball may be a new sport at the U of M, but players and coaches are determined to be competitive in their first season while also building a legacy.
Law in Order | Spring 2006 Cover
Vol. 27 No. 2
Cover art: A move downtown will solidify the U of M's standing as one of the top law schools in the nation. Photograph by Lindsey Lissau. Read more.
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