Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1986

Abstract

Writing a brief tribute to Frank Allen, a man I admire as much as any I have known, should have been easy and pleasurable. It has proved to be very difficult. The initial difficulty is the occasion for the tribute. Frank's decision to take early retirement from the University and to resettle in a warmer climate deprives the Sandalows of frequent contact with two of our favorite people. The act of writing requires an acceptance of that loss that I have not yet achieved. A second difficulty is that Frank has been an important influence in my life for thirty years, first as teacher, later as colleague and friend. The pages of a law review are not a suitable vehicle for reflecting on that influence, but private thoughts intrude, complicating the task of writing for public view.


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