17 Calif. L. Rev. 145 (1928-1929)
Death of Professor George H. Boke

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Death of Professor George H. Boke
P ROFEsSOR GEORGE H. Boi, who died at Carmel, California, on
January 5, 1929, after many years of illness, will be remembered
with respect and affection by his former students in the Department
and School of Jurisprudence of the University of California. He was
one of the ablest and most inspiring law teachers in the profession.
This superiority was the result of his peculiar gift for clearness of idea
and expression, his enthusiasm, and his forceful personality. Gifted as
he was, his position as a teacher of law in the Department and School
during the formative years of the School from 1900 to 1917, enabled
him to exert a deep influence on members of the bench and bar in their
professional careers. In a field so instinct with human interest as the
law, the extent of the contribution of a teacher like Professor Boke

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