Oregon Law Review prints Frohnmayer festschrift

Say what you will about Dave Frohnmayer – I have – but his friends sure have written a nice series of stories about him for the Oregon Law Review:

Oregon Law Review

Volume 94, Number 3 (2016)

Tribute to President Emeritus Dave Frohnmayer

Tribute to President Emeritus Dave Frohnmayer

Oregon Law Review Editorial Board

94 Or. L. Rev. 491

Foreword on David Frohnmayer

President Michael H. Schill

94 Or. L. Rev. 493

Tributes

Dave Frohnmayer: The Legacy of a Life of Leadership and Law

Michael Moffitt

94 Or. L. Rev. 505

Supremely Worthwhile: Two Decades of Dave Frohnmayer Teaching Leadership

Barbara West

94 Or. L. Rev. 509

Nominated by Both Parties

David R. Hubin, Ph.D.

94 Or. L. Rev. 531

Dave Frohnmayer and the Oregon Legislature

Hardy Myers

94 Or. L. Rev. 541

Reflections of Law, Family, and Brotherhood

John Frohnmayer

94 Or. L. Rev. 561

Legislator, Lawyer, Scholar, and Teacher: Dave Frohnmayer’s Contributions to Oregon Administrative Law

Hon. Jack L. Landau

94 Or. L. Rev. 565

A Tribute to Dave Frohnmayer

Ellen Rosenblum

94 Or. L. Rev. 585

The Frohnmayer Method: Advocacy, Legal Policy, and the United States Supreme Court

William F. Gary and Alison K. Gary

94 Or. L. Rev. 589

Dave: Student, Friend, and Hero

Jesse H. Choper

94 Or. L. Rev. 629

Dave Frohnmayer and the Apocalypse That Evaporated

Marion Goldman

94 Or. L. Rev. 633

Public Funding and the Road to Damascus: The Legacy of Employment Division v. Smith

Garrett Epps

94 Or. L. Rev. 659

Dave Frohnmayer – A Tribute

Hon. David Schuman

94 Or. L. Rev. 673

A Legacy of Expression: Dave Frohnmayer and the Humanities in Oregon

Michael J. Clark

94 Or. L. Rev. 677

Dave Frohnmayer: Legacy, Schmegacy

Marla Rae

94 Or. L. Rev. 699

Author Index. Volume 94

I gave it a quick read, and didn’t notice anything that would provoke HLGR’s William  F. Gary into claiming defamation per se and demanding a retraction.

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One Response to Oregon Law Review prints Frohnmayer festschrift

  1. Billy Mays here says:

    Schill just can’t let an opportunity go by without voicing his contempt for the HECC and the faculty, staff, and student members of the Board, can he? Thankfully our legislators do still believe that the Board needs some checks and balances. The word is that the hit piece in the Law Review was either not subtle enough or just too slimy for the anti-HECC lobbyists to effectively use.

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