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Raphael’s School of Athens and Comparative Law

Joachim Herrmann

Vol. 53

April 2020

Page 1761

Floyd Feeney and I lived in different parts of the world, nine time zones apart, but a common interest in comparative law turned us into academic friends. Our friendship lasted for more than twenty years. We met at my University of Augsburg, Germany, where Floyd presented several interesting papers on American criminal justice problems. We later collaborated at the University of California, Davis, School of Law, where I was a visiting professor teaching classes on comparative law and, together with Floyd, seminars on comparative criminal justice. Together we published a book on comparative criminal justice. Remembering my times with Floyd, I am happy to contribute the following Essay to the symposium honoring my good friend.

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