13 N. Y. L. F. 603 (1967)
Tributes to Dean Daniel Gutman

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LAW FORUM
VOLUME XIII                NuBMER 4                WINTER 1967
DANIEL GUTMAN
DEAN, NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL, 1959-1968
On the occasion of his departure from New York Law
School to accept the position of Dean of the New York
Academy of the Judiciary, the Editors dedicate this issue
to a distinguished jurist, outstanding scholar, and respected
leader, Dean Daniel Gutman.
A TRIBUTE TO DANIEL GUTMAN
CHARLES W. FROES.EL*
Daniel Gutman demonstrates again the tremendous opportunity
our country offers to its youth. Coming up the hard way, which inci-
dentally has its advantages, he reconfirmed the principle that charac-
ter, industry and dedication spell success. Judge Van Voorhis will
review his interesting career, moving from one important post to
another, principally in public service. And we of the Board of Trustees
salute Dean Gutman for the contribution he has made as Dean of
New York Law School.
I am proud of the fact that I was instrumental in bringing him
to this service. Having completed his term as Counsel to Governor
Harriman, he turned to the field of education, in which he had become
interested as the result of lectures delivered at Cornell and other edu-
cational institutions. He overcame many of the problems then facing
* Acting Dean and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of New York Law School.

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