IU McKinney Profsesor Lawrence Jegen III dies at 83

1 June 2018

THE INDIANA LAYWER — Longtime Indiana McKinney Law Professor Lawrence Jegen III died at his Indianapolis home at age 83 after an illness. Jegen built a national reputation as one of the foremost experts in tax law, but he spent much of his professional life in the place he most loved — the classroom.

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Indiana McKinney Law professor Lawrence Jegen dies at 83

21 May 2018

THE INDIANA LAWYER — Indiana McKinney Law Professor Lawrence A. Jegen III died Thursday at his Indianapolis home. He was 83. He taught in the areas of civil and criminal law, but his expertise was in federal and state taxation, where he established himself as one of his generation’s top tax scholars.

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UVA Law professor J. Gordon Hylton dies at 65

9 May 2018

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINA SCHOOL OF LAW — University of Virginia Law Professor J. Gordon Hylton ’77, a legal historian and property expert at the University of Virginia School of Law, died May 2 from complications due to cancer treatment. He was 65.

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Boston University Law professor Julius B. Levine dies at 79

13 April 2018

DIGNITY MEMORIAL — Julius B. Levine, professor of law at Boston University School of Law for more than 30 years, died at age of 79. He was author of books and numerous articles and was a distinguished trial attorney and trial advocacy expert.    

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Northwestern Law professor Anthony D’Amato dies at 81

13 April 2018

NORTHWESTERN NOW — Anthony D’Amato, one of the longest-serving faculty members at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, died March 24. He suffered a stroke earlier this year. He was 81.

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Legal educators mourn the loss of constitutional and ethics scholar Ronald Rotunda

3 April 2018

ABA JOURNAL — Ronald Rotunda, a legal ethics and constitutional law expert at Chapman University’s law school, died last Wednesday from pneumonia at the age of 73.

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In Memoriam: Two Michigan Law professors: John Wesley Reed and Whitmore Gray

3 April 2018

LEGALNEWS.COM — Two former University of Michigan Law professors recently passed away: John Wesley Reed, died March 6 at the age of 99, and Whitmore Gray died March 4 at the age of 85.

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Duke Law community expresses sorrow for passing of professor emeritus Richard Danner

2 March 2018

DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW – Richard A. Danner, the Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law Emeritus, died on Feb. 22, 2018.

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University of Alabama Law saddened by passing of professor emerita Camille Wright Cook

2 March 2018

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA – “I write, in sadness, to let you know that Camille Wright Cook died yesterday. Her son (and fellow alumnus) Sydney Cook reported this morning that she passed away at home, surrounded by family, listening to Frank Sinatra.”

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John Marshall Law School mourns death of retired professor Claude Carr

20 February 2018

EIN NEWS – Claude Carr, a retired professor from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, died Jan. 4, 2018. He was 87.

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