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Willis Gordon Stoner
The Michigan Alumnus 84-91

Willis Gordon Stoner, who is now 
Assistant Professor of Law in the University, was born at Valparaiso, Ind., Aug. 30, 1880.

He graduated from 
the Literary Department in the Uni
versity in 1904 with the degree of
 A.B., receiving the degree of LL.B.
 from the Law Department in 1906. 

Immediately after graduation he practiced law in the office of Rosenthal & 
Hamill in Chicago. In 1907, he became instructor in the Law Depart
ment, a position that he held until 
the present fall when he became As
sistant Professor.