First of all I can't resist welcoming you to this, my law school, a place where I have been continuously as a student and teacher for almost sixty years, and to welcome you especially because it was the first of the great law schools in the United States which was also open to Jews as students and faculty members. A tradition, an openness that the rest of this university, like most other universities, and law schools did not have, and which has made me very proud to be a part of this school.
""We Imagine the Past to Remember the Future"-Between Law, Economics, and Justice in Our Era and According to Maimonides,"
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