David Jeremy Bederman was intellectually fearless. His boundless intellect, however, was distinguished by his compassion, imagination, rigor, humor, and the wisdom of the ages. In announcing David's death to the members of the American Society of International Law, Professor David Caron wrote, "In the law, David was a giant, a person seen once in a generation." And, so he was.
Lorre B. Cuzze,
Emory L. J.
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