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June 22, 2009


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Stephen Siegel is a fabulous scholar, one of the finest and most careful legal historians in operation today. He's one of the most level-headed people I know in the legal academy and also a very careful, deliberative person. (As an aside, you might enjoy his monograph-length article on the contracts clause, which appeared in the Southern California Law Review (60 S.Cal. L. Rev. 1 (1986)). It's one of my favorite works in legal history. You can get a "read" on just how careful Siegel is as a scholar from his essay review of G. Edward White's Marshall Court and Cultural Change--also a fabulous book--which appeared in the Texas Law Review in 1989.)

I'm sure Siegel's difficult decision to resign came only after the most thoughtful deliberation. And I'm sure he believes it in the best interest of the people of DePaul he cares so deeply for: the students, the alumni, and the faculty.

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Patience and application will carry us through.

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