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Page 10--The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 11, 1987

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He could out-perform most white
people... he just wanted an equal
chance."
After Carter lost the presidential
election in 1980, McCree concluded
it was time for a new job. He turned
down many high-paying offers from
large law firms in Washington and
New York before coming to Michi-
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agree that McCree successfully
switched from the courtroom to the
classroom. "Wade was an outstand-
ing teacher," said law school dean
Lee Bollinger. "I have talked to
many students about his teaching,
and many have found him to be the
best professor they ever had."
Kathryn Kello, a third-year law
student, said "he was by far my fa-
vorite teacher at the law school. He
was very soft-spoken, always listen-
ing first. He often met a question
with more questions."
Last spring, when racist incidents
and low minority enrollment figures
sparked protests and sit-ins by Black
groups, McCree spent one of his
classes soliciting opinions from
students about the problems facing

the University.
"He started one of his classes by
saying 'Let's talk about what's go-
ing on, I want to hear what you
think,"' said third year law student
Sherry Evans. "I was happy he did
it. He was the only professor who
stopped class. He realized we weren't
learning law in a vacuum."
Law was Wade McCree's central
but not exclusive interest. At the
memorial service last Thursday,
friends remembered the judge as a
Renaissance man who could recite
line after line of Shakespeare and
Virgil, recall now-obscure German
folk songs, and reason through the
most difficult cases.
He was, said his former clerk
Boignon, "a poet and a scholar, a
philosopher and a teacher, a great and
good man."

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