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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Thursday, December 22, 2005

The Uhlmann File

Yesterday, the Dean announced the addition of the new members to the Board of Governors of Ave Maria School of Law. Among them is Michael Uhlmann. Word is that the man is a great pick for the Board. He is incredibly intelligent, a great teacher, and a gentleman. He goes to daily mass, and is very prudent. He wrote the first human life amendment back BEFORE Roe v. Wade and helped start Young American for Freedom with Buckley et al. While it is impossible to replace Professor Rice, we can be assured that Uhlmann will serve the school well.

Some of his writings are here and his biography is here. Read the introduction to this book here, that can be accessed for free here. The author, Hadley Arkes, dedicates the book to Uhlmann and gives him some praise in the acknowledgements.

Update: AM, I think you'll be pleased as punch to read this article of Uhlmann's.