Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1981

Abstract

It has been my good fortune to have served in more different roles in relation to Allan Smith than has any other person in this Law School. I was his student here longer ago than either of us would care to calculate. A decade and a half ago he recruited me for this faculty when he was Dean. Although the prospect of working closely with Allan had a good deal to do with my decision to leave active practice for teaching, that was not to be. The first morning of my return to Ann Arbor, I remember plugging in my stereo system and hearing Allan's voice over WUOM announcing his resignation from the deanship to assume a University vice-presidency. Ever since I've thought of him as my "Dean for a Day."


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