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Johnny Veeder Qc 1948–2020, William W. Park Mar 2020

Johnny Veeder Qc 1948–2020, William W. Park

Faculty Scholarship

Thirty-six years ago, with a handful of arbitration aficionados, Johnny Veeder founded Arbitration International, later providing yeoman service as the journal’s second General Editor. He pushed the journal to aim at delivery of high-quality scholarship in the English language, on a broad spectrum of topics related to resolution of cross-border disputes, both public and private.


Michael Mustill: A Reminiscence, William W. Park Sep 2015

Michael Mustill: A Reminiscence, William W. Park

Faculty Scholarship

The arbitration world lost a giant when Michael Mustill departed in April of this year, just a few days short of his 84th birthday. A man of enormous intellect and wit, with a fine capacity for sincere friendship, this generous Yorkshireman enriched us through contributions as counsel, judge, scholar, and mentor.


On Derrick Bell As Pioneer And Teacher: Teaching Us How To Have The Nerve, Angela Onwuachi-Willig Apr 2013

On Derrick Bell As Pioneer And Teacher: Teaching Us How To Have The Nerve, Angela Onwuachi-Willig

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Tribute, Jeffrey L. Salinger Jan 1998

Tribute, Jeffrey L. Salinger

Tributes

I remember sitting in the law auditorium late in our first semester of law school. Listening to a handful of professors, we heard about the electives offered for second semester. I am not sure how I felt prior to entering the auditorium that day. I do remember how I felt afterwards -- I was going to get into Professor Clark’s class. From what I’ve heard, her legal history seminar was by far the most highly coveted of the first-year electives. That’s no surprise, though -- you could almost feel her excitement as she spoke about the course. On hearing that …


Tribute, Bridget J. Crawford Jan 1998

Tribute, Bridget J. Crawford

Tributes

I spent my third year of law school in 1995-1996 at Boston University as a visiting student from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Although personal reasons brought me to Boston that year, one reason brought me to B.U. -- Betsy Clark, a scholar whose work I had long admired and who had agreed to take me on as her student. I knew what a top-notch historian Betsy was, but I could not have known when I arrived at B.U. what a great teacher, generous mentor, and kind friend she would be.


In Memoriam: Memorial Tributes For Professor Elizabeth B. Clark, Ronald A. Cass, Thomas A. Green, Stanley N. Katz, Katherine Stone, Pnina Lahav, William W. Park, Aviam Soifer, David J. Seipp Jan 1998

In Memoriam: Memorial Tributes For Professor Elizabeth B. Clark, Ronald A. Cass, Thomas A. Green, Stanley N. Katz, Katherine Stone, Pnina Lahav, William W. Park, Aviam Soifer, David J. Seipp

Tributes

Today we come together to remember Professor Elizabeth Battelle Clark, Betsy to all who knew her. We were shocked to hear of her illness, inspired by the intensity of her fight against it, and deeply saddened by her death. We have come together before to mourn her loss. Now we gather once more to celebrate our good fortune to have known Betsy and to share our remembrances of her.


Dedication: For Betsy Clark, 1952-1997, Law & History Review Editor Jan 1998

Dedication: For Betsy Clark, 1952-1997, Law & History Review Editor

Tributes

With the consent of those whose work appears here, and on behalf of the American Society for Legal History, this issue of the Law and History Review is dedicated to the memory of our friend and colleague, Elizabeth Battelle Clark, who died on the evening of December 26th, 1997, after a long and fierce fight with cancer. It is deeply saddening to realize that in each of our last three issues we have noted the death of a colleague -- of Willard Hurst, Paul Murphy, and now Betsy Clark. Hers is perhaps the hardest of these deaths to take, because …