I write to celebrate Peggy Radin’s contributions to the legal academy in her role as a mentor. I know that others will speak to her significant scholarly achievements and important contributions across several fields. I want to pay tribute to the substantial time and energy that Peggy has devoted over the course of her career to mentoring students and young academics. I was extremely fortunate to have had a handful of mentors who helped me become a law professor. (I am also extremely fortunate that some of those mentors became generous senior colleagues who occasionally continue to help me navigate being a law professor.) Many of those mentors, including Peggy, were faculty members at Stanford when I was a law student. I am especially fortunate that Peggy was one of my most dedicated mentors.
R. A. Reese,
Peggy Radin, Mentor Extraordinaire,
Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev.
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