Washington Law Review


Amanda E. Lee


After thirty-three years of outstanding service, Robert Lieser Fletcher has taken leave of the University of Washington School of Law. We remember him both as Associate Dean of the school, and as a thoughtful professor of Will, Trusts, Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure, and Torts. More specifically, his students will recall him as the prophet of the Rule Against Perpetuities. Although we are saddened to be the staff to see Dean Fletcher leave, we are delighted to dedicate to him this issue of the Washington Law Review. After so many opportunities to publish Dean Fletcher's work, it is a pleasure to be given the chance to present the scholarship of three of his children.

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