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Legal Biography

University of Michigan Law School

1960

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E. Blythe Stason- Engineer Of Administrative Law, Ashley Sellers Dec 1960

E. Blythe Stason- Engineer Of Administrative Law, Ashley Sellers

Michigan Law Review

The retirement of E. Blythe Stason from the deanship of the Law School of the University of Michigan affords occasion for testimonials to him and to his work, including preeminently his enormous contribution to the improvement of both federal and state administrative law. Imposing as has been his career as the beloved and successful Dean of that superb school, his eminence among the scholars and craftsmen in administrative law was achieved before he began to occupy the Dean's chair and, God willing, he will long continue to lend his strong, skilled hands to the never-ending task of the perfection ...


E. Blythe Stason, John R. Dethmers Dec 1960

E. Blythe Stason, John R. Dethmers

Michigan Law Review

His extreme modesty and unwillingness to advertise himself or permit others to extol him, his utter unselfishness, and his complete subordination of self and personal interests to those of the University and Law School to which he gave four decades of loyal and devoted service, have combined to leave biographical materials about Dean E. Blythe Stason, except for the most routine accounts, almost nonexistent. Writings by him are amazing in number and scope. Writings about him can scarcely be found. This is not because there is a lack of things to write about him and his many, brilliant accomplishments in ...