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Michigan law review
Frank Allen began his distinguished teaching career more than thirty-five years agoat a time when, at more law schools than we like to remember, "the basic criminal law course was routinely assigned to the youngest and most vulnerable member of the faculty or to that colleague suspected of mild brain damage and hence incompetent to deal with courses that really matter." ' That those of us who taught criminal law years later were warmly received by our colleagues is in no small measure a tributedoi:10.2307/1288753 fatcat:5mqlosurmjhyrl4in2seybzur4