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BYRON F. FULLERTON
Assistant Dean and Director of Continuing Legal Education
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Even without knowing about his myriad accomplishments, we would not hesitate to choose Dean Fullerton to represent the spirit that publication of the Peregrinus seeks to encourage. Above all the other fine men setting the tone of our school, Dean Fullerton exemplifies the close correspondence needed in the faculty between administration, scholarship, and humanity. Within the school he has established the printing shop for student seminar papers, thus relieving a tremendous financial burden. He has spearheaded the Police Action Project, enabling students to view police processes and understand the difficulties in criminal law. He has tripled the law conferences at this school, thus giving students an opportunity to hear the finest legal authorities in the country.
But most importantly, Dean Fullerton genuinely respects the law student and his integrity. He approaches every student as an individual. Facing the rigorous regimen of legal study, which becomes increasingly difficult each year, the student needs more than criticism and humiliation to succeed. He needs encouragement. And Dean Fullerton will give it, because, more than any other teacher, he respects the student. Believing that most students are really doing their best, believing in their integrity when they profess it, he feels no embarrassment or shame in helping them. He sees no glory in prostrating students before him. Instead he sees the need to befriend and counsel them, to aid those who stumble when problems become too great. Small wonder that so many graduates are glad to help him when he asks for something to help the students.
The teacher in daily face to face contact with some 300 students has no problem establishing mutual respect with them. But when, as Dean Fullerton, he is far removed from the greater part of the student body by outside duties and great responsibilities, then recognition is due that he has, by his personality, interest, respect, and unselfish attitude toward the law student, received the highest respect and affection from the entire student body.
In recognition, therefore, of his exemplary attitude toward the law student and his many actions manifesting it, we dedicate the 1967 Peregrinus to Dean Byron F. Fullerton.
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