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Paul D. Carrington
Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes

Professor Paul D. Carrington, who has been visiting professor of law at the Law School during the winter term, has been professor of law at Ohio State University. He holds the LL.B. degree from Harvard Law School, where he was a teaching fellow for the year 1957-58.

He became associate professor of Law at the University of Wyoming in 1958 and moved to Indiana University School of Law in 1960. Professor Carrington has been at Ohio State since 1962.

At Michigan he will devote much of his time to work in the field of civil procedure, but will also teach in the field of commercial law and in the field of urban development.

--From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 09, Iss. 04 (August 1965).

Carrington left Michigan in 1978 to become Dean of the Law School at Duke.