In Memoriam: Profesor Monroe H. Freedman

The Board of Editors of Volume 44 of the Hofstra Law Review dedicates this Volume to the memory of Professor Monroe H. Freedman, the second dean of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. A giant in the field of legal ethics, a devoted teacher, and a wise counselor, Professor Freedman inspired generations of Hofstra Law graduates and lawyers around the country. Regarded as having brought legal ethics to the forefront of the legal profession and creating a field of study where none previously existed, Professor Freedman pushed people to think differently and forced lawyers everywhere to become more thoughtful of their profession and role.

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