Tag Archives: Volume 44 Issue 2

Foreword: Legal Malpractice Is No Longer The Profession’s Dirty Little Secret

In 1994, Professor Manuel R. Ramos published a law review article called, Legal Malpractice: The Profession’s Dirty Little Secret.1 As suggested by the title, Professor Ramos argued that legal malpractice was a “taboo subject” that has been “ignored by the … Continue reading

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Monroe Freedman: Friend, Role Model, And Colleague

I had the privilege of being Monroe Freedman’s colleague at Hofstra for nearly twenty years and remained his friend after I left. He was an extraordinary colleague, a loyal friend, and a professional role model. Indeed, Monroe’s presence at Hofstra … Continue reading

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Remarks At Monroe Freedman’s Memorial

I am Eric Lane, the Dean of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. I want, first, to welcome all of you to our Remembrance of Professor Monroe Freedman who passed away last February. We are so … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Monroe Freedman

Good evening. It is an honor to be with you tonight to celebrate the life and career of Monroe Freedman. As we all know, Monroe Freedman was truly a legal giant; a prolific, thoughtful, and provocative scholar; an advocate for … Continue reading

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