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Homer F. Carey
The Michigan Alumnus 7

Homer F. Carey, comes to 
Michigan with the rank of professor, and will teach the 
law of Trusts and a course in Property. Mr. Carey
 graduated from Wesleyan University, Connecticut, and
 received his M. A. degree from the same institution.
 After two years of teaching he entered Columbia Law 
School and graduated in 1921, with high distinction. 
He was elected a member of the Editorial Board of the 
Columbia Law Review. As soon as he left Columbia he 
entered the New York office of Sat
terlee, Canfield and Stone, and in
 1924 was employed by the firm of 
Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Gardiner 
and Reed of New York City. He
 has had a year of teaching at the
 University of Wisconsin and the 
University of Kansas, and has published a number of articles on legal