Texas Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 79, No. 1, November

Charles Alan Wright
Charles died in July of this year, prematurely at the age of 72. We miss him sorely. He was at the time President of the American Law Institute, the Charles Alan Wright Professor of Law at The University of Texas, the principal co-author of the leading...
Charles Alan Wright
Charles Alan Wright^ We celebrate today the life of one of the greatest, grandest, and most complex men any of us will ever know.1 I speak as one of the five decades of law students that he taught, inspired, and made to believe that the law is not merely...
Charlie's Letters
Charles Alan Wright was a true giant in the law. It is hard to think of the profession without the involvement of his bright mind. Among his many talents, the great professor was a great writer of letters. My tribute to him is drawn from letters he wrote...
In Memoriam: A Tribute to Charles Alan Wright
I am happy to see that the University of Texas School of Law is dedicating this issue of its Law Review to Charles Alan Wright. Professor Wright is justly renowned as one of the most influential legal scholars and teachers of our lifetime. Of course...
Remembering Charles Alan Wright
We suffered a tremendous loss with the death of Charles Alan Wright on July 7, 2000. For more than forty-five years, he was the nation's leading authority on the federal courts and the United States Constitution. We miss him. Charlie was undoubtedly...