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Tribute To Larry Ribstein, Barry E. Adler Mar 2013

Tribute To Larry Ribstein, Barry E. Adler

Michigan Law Review

A law school job talk for an entry-level candidate is an opportunity for the presenter to put his or her ideas before a faculty in the best possible light. A bit of give-and-take is part of the drill, but the candidate can usually expect the talk to stay more or less on course. My own first job talk, though, given at George Mason University more years ago than I'd like to admit, was attended by the thoroughly exceptional Larry Ribstein and so did not unfold in the usual way.


Holmes' Failure, Louise Weinberg Dec 1997

Holmes' Failure, Louise Weinberg

Michigan Law Review

I have just set down the March 1997 Harvard Law Review, with its centennial celebration of Oliver Wendell Holmes' The Path of the Law. The Path of the Law is a grand thing, in my view Holmes' best thing. But just the same, I find myself surprised that on this occasion none of its celebrants raised what has always seemed to me a weakness of the piece, and of Holmes' much earlier book, The Common Law. This is a weakness that is at once a reflection and a forecast of the failure of its author. Writers today do seem to …


A Tribute To Professor Jerold Israel--My Teacher, My Co-Author, My Good Friend, Paul D. Borman Aug 1996

A Tribute To Professor Jerold Israel--My Teacher, My Co-Author, My Good Friend, Paul D. Borman

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to Jerry Israel


Tribute To Jerry Israel, Jeffrey S. Lehman Aug 1996

Tribute To Jerry Israel, Jeffrey S. Lehman

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to Jerry Israel


Random Thoughts By A Distant Collaborator, Wayne R. Lafave Aug 1996

Random Thoughts By A Distant Collaborator, Wayne R. Lafave

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to Jerry Israel


A Tribute To Jerry Israel: A Friend With A Messy Office, Debra Ann Livingston Aug 1996

A Tribute To Jerry Israel: A Friend With A Messy Office, Debra Ann Livingston

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to Jerry Israel


John W. Reed, Douglas W. Hillman Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Douglas W. Hillman

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, Wilbert J. Mckeachie Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Wilbert J. Mckeachie

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, James K. Robinson Jun 1987

John W. Reed, James K. Robinson

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


John W. Reed, Austin G. Anderson Jun 1987

John W. Reed, Austin G. Anderson

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to John W. Reed


E.F. Hutton Goes South, Franklin E. Zimring Dec 1986

E.F. Hutton Goes South, Franklin E. Zimring

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Francis A. Allen


Being Frank About The Fourth: On Allen's "Process Of 'Factualization' In The Search And Seizure Cases", Wayne R. Lafave Dec 1986

Being Frank About The Fourth: On Allen's "Process Of 'Factualization' In The Search And Seizure Cases", Wayne R. Lafave

Michigan Law Review

An invitation to participate in a special issue for such an inestimable personage as Francis Allen is itself a distinct honor - so much so, in fact, that refusal seems out of the question no matter what risks may attend this undertaking. The principal risk, as I see it, is that if one's contribution were to be assessed by a reader who, by virtue of this collection of essays, was also reflecting upon the writings of Allen, one is bound to come out the loser in any comparison. But I assume this risk, as substantial as it doubtless is in …


Francis A. Allen: Resolution Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Michigan, The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Michigan Dec 1986

Francis A. Allen: Resolution Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Michigan, The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Michigan

Michigan Law Review

Francis Allen has had a long and distinguished career, rich with service to his students, to the academic community, and to the nation. In grateful recognition of his many contributions while a member of the University faculty, the Regents salute this distinguished scholar and educator by naming him Edson R. Sunderland Professor of Law Emeritus.


What Frank Allen Teaches, Robert A. Burt Dec 1986

What Frank Allen Teaches, Robert A. Burt

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Francis A. Allen


Francis A. Allen, Norval Morris Dec 1986

Francis A. Allen, Norval Morris

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Francis A. Allen


Francis A. Allen --An Appreciation, Sanford H. Kadish Dec 1986

Francis A. Allen --An Appreciation, Sanford H. Kadish

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Francis A. Allen


Eric Stein -- A Tribute, Joseph H.H. Weiler May 1984

Eric Stein -- A Tribute, Joseph H.H. Weiler

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Eric Stein


Eric Stein, William W. Bishop Jr. May 1984

Eric Stein, William W. Bishop Jr.

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Eric Stein


Frank R. Kennedy, Harold Marsh Jr. Nov 1983

Frank R. Kennedy, Harold Marsh Jr.

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Frank R. Kennedy


Frank R. Kennedy, Lawrence K. Snider Nov 1983

Frank R. Kennedy, Lawrence K. Snider

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Frank R. Kennedy


Frank R. Kennedy, George Brody Nov 1983

Frank R. Kennedy, George Brody

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Frank R. Kennedy


Frank R. Kennedy, Vern Countryman Nov 1983

Frank R. Kennedy, Vern Countryman

Michigan Law Review

A tribute to Frank R. Kennedy


Professor Bishop's Contributions To International Law, Brunson Macchesney Apr 1976

Professor Bishop's Contributions To International Law, Brunson Macchesney

Michigan Law Review

A Tribute to William W. Bishop, Jr.


Henry Moore Bates, Roscoe Pound Jun 1949

Henry Moore Bates, Roscoe Pound

Michigan Law Review

It has been my uniform practice never to read from a manuscript or use notes when I am speaking to an audience, but in speaking of so old and dear a friend I feel a certain inhibition of emotion that stands in the way of an adequate oral speech. Moreover, when I think of Dean Bates' unswerving adherence to exact, accurate statement, his abhorrence of all exaggeration, of all overstatement, I feel that he would not be satisfied with one who followed the relatively loose method of oral statement instead of adhering to a carefully and meticulously prepared manuscript for …


This Issue Is Dedicated To The Late Professor Joseph Horace Drake, E. Blythe Stason Feb 1948

This Issue Is Dedicated To The Late Professor Joseph Horace Drake, E. Blythe Stason

Michigan Law Review

To his colleagues on the law faculty, by whom Professor Drake was greatly beloved, he was known for his courteous and gentlemanly manners, his quiet but effective sense of humor, and his scholarly approach to all of the questions of the day. He never failed to see the bright and sunny side of the problems of the moment.