Matthew Fletcher Joins University of Michigan School of Law
The University of Michigan School of Law has announced that Matthew L.M. Fletcher has joined the school as the Harry Burns Hutchins Collegiate Professor of Law. He has taught intermittently at the school as a visiting professor since 2011.
“I feel like this is kind of a homecoming,” said Fletcher in the announcement. “My ancestors have attended the University of Michigan since the 1900s. Nearly a dozen of my relatives have earned U-M degrees over the last century.”
Fletcher served as Reporter on Restatement of the Law, The Law of American Indians. He will teach courses on areas such as Federal Indian Law and Tribal Law.
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