Remembering Derrick Bell

Former colleagues, students and friends remember the activist law professor.

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Derrick was an inspiring mentor to generations of law students and legal scholars. He insisted that analysis of a legal decision was never complete until its moral and social-justice implications had been probed and any rationalizations of inequity had been exposed. He was a model of intellectual courage and principled struggle.

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