This issue of the Review is dedicated to the memory of "Mr. B," professor, administrator, and friend of the law school for 50 years. This year's class was the first in half a century to explore the in- tricacies of property, wills and sales without the benefit of his socratic guidance. Though we did not know him as a professor or administrator, we knew him as a friend, and as an institution whose memory serves as an inspiration to those who would conscientiously undertake the study of the law.
From The Editors,
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