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The Kirkland & Ellis Café is open for business, thanks to the generous donations of Kirkland partners and the Kirkland & E...
A portion of the 27 Kirkland partners who contributed to the Kirkland & Ellis Café stand outside its doors. (L to R: Dave ...
University of Michigan Law Dean Evan Caminker, Jim Amend, Bill Jentes, Sandy Perl and Greg Arovas cut the ribbon at the de...
Bill Jentes and his wife Jan admire a plaque bearing his name at the Kirkland & Ellis Café.
Jim Amend, Dave Callahan, Scott Fowkes , Bryan Hales and former partner Paul Bondor enjoy a reception with their families ...
David Zott and Dan Laytin enjoy the reception with their families.
(L to R): Scott Fowkes, Bill Jentes, Jim Amend, Paul Bondor (former partner), David Zott, Dan Laytin, Bryan Hales, Greg Ar...
Kirkland partners pose for a photo. (Front row: Greg Arovas, Jim Amend, Bill Jentes; Back row: Scott Fowkes, Dan Laytin, P...
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Kirkland & Ellis Café - Kirkland Developments December 2011

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The café in the University of Michigan Law School's new academic building was named the Kirkland & Ellis Café thanks to a combined gift of $4 million made by 27 Michigan Law alumni at the Firm and the Kirkland & Ellis Foundation.

Partner Sandy Perl gave remarks at the café's dedication dinner on November 18, 2011. A ribbon-cutting ceremony, with remarks from retired partner Bill Jentes, was held on November 19, 2011, prior to the school's football game.

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Kirkland & Ellis Café - Kirkland Developments December 2011

  1. 1. The Kirkland & Ellis Café is open for business, thanks to the generous donations of Kirkland partners and the Kirkland & Ellis Foundation.
  2. 2. A portion of the 27 Kirkland partners who contributed to the Kirkland & Ellis Café stand outside its doors. (L to R: Dave Callahan, David Zott,Steve Tomlinson, Bill Jentes, Sandy Perl, Jim Amend, Bryan Hales)
  3. 3. University of Michigan Law Dean Evan Caminker, Jim Amend, Bill Jentes, Sandy Perl and Greg Arovas cut the ribbon at the dedication ceremony.
  4. 4. Bill Jentes and his wife Jan admire a plaque bearing his name at the Kirkland & Ellis Café.
  5. 5. Jim Amend, Dave Callahan, Scott Fowkes , Bryan Hales and former partner Paul Bondor enjoy a reception with their families before a Universityof Michigan football game.
  6. 6. David Zott and Dan Laytin enjoy the reception with their families.
  7. 7. (L to R): Scott Fowkes, Bill Jentes, Jim Amend, Paul Bondor (former partner), David Zott, Dan Laytin, Bryan Hales, Greg Arovas, Dave Callahan andSandy Perl are some of the 27 Michigan Law alumni who donated money to build the café.
  8. 8. Kirkland partners pose for a photo. (Front row: Greg Arovas, Jim Amend, Bill Jentes; Back row: Scott Fowkes, Dan Laytin, Paul Bondor (formerpartner), David Zott, Bryan Hales, Dave Callahan, Sandy Perl)

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