Brilliance Remembered

James Ming Chen

Michigan State University - College of Law


Constitutional Commentary, Vol. 20, pp. 717-720, 2003-2004

Twenty years ago Daniel Farber cofounded Constitutional Commentary. Dan's essay on McCulloch v. Maryland, "Banking on National Power," concludes the twentieth volume of this journal. Among his many achievements in twenty-two years on the faculty of the University of Minnesota Law School, Dan helped secure Constitutional Commentary's place as one of America's preeminent law journals. As of 2004, Dan will be teaching full-time at the University of California at Berkeley. Once again, glitzy California has snagged one of gritty Minnesota's best. Though we hope that Dan will continue writing for Constitutional Commentary, "Banking on National Power" represents the last time he will appear in these pages as a member of the Minnesota law faculty and as an editor of this journal. As much as we wish we could travel back in time, change history, and thereby prevent Dan's departures we must accept the truth. Adios amigo, y viva Las Vegas: Elvis has left the building.

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Date posted: April 23, 2013  

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Chen, James Ming, Brilliance Remembered (2003). Constitutional Commentary, Vol. 20, pp. 717-720, 2003-2004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2255133

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