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June 15, 2017


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Patrick S. O'Donnell

Alas, it's with such memorial notices that some of us (like yours truly) first come to learn of the remarkable lives and works of women (and men) like Professor Kay: what a wonderful and inspirational legal career! I look forward to learning more about her life in the law.

Alexander Tsesis

Herma was a wonderful mentor. Whenever I telephoned or emailed, she would give freely of her time, bestowing me with wise counsel about conflict of laws pedagogy and scholarship. I feel incredibly blessed to have had the opportunity to know and learn from her.

Margaret Ryznar

Very sad news indeed--it seems like just yesterday we were applauding her at AALS for receiving the 2015 lifetime service award.

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