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Ted Eisenberg, Remembering a Great and Kind Scholar

posted by Bob Lawless

On behalf of the Credit Slips bloggers, I want to extend our sympathy to the family and friends of Professor Ted Eisenberg who passed away suddenly on Sunday. Ted worked in the areas of civil rights, the death penalty, and bankruptcy. He also was a pioneer in the field of empiricial legal studies. The scholars who participate on Credit Slips owe Ted a huge intellectual debt. His work was greatly influential on my own scholarship. Ted, you will be greatly missed. 

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