39 Campbell L. Rev. 235 (2017)
Margaret Currin just stopped by my office. She came to say hello and to hand over some externship documentation as she cleaned out her office following her retirement. I happened to be writing this dedication; I scrambled to close the Word document on my computer and hide the documents on my desk without appearing suspicious. During our conversation, she asked how old my children are now. I responded,
Maegan is four-and-a-half and Nolan will be thirteen tomorrow. Thirteen years ago tomorrow, I called you as Dean of Administration to tell you I wasn’t sure I could take my Contracts exam, scheduled for the next day. I was headed to the hospital in labor (ten days early). As always, you assured me everything would work out just fine; and as always, you made sure everything did.