Boston University School of Law
In 1980, I was in a Contracts class taught by the incomparable Arthur Leff. It became very clear very quickly that one student in that class was (apart from Professor Leff) the smartest and most interesting person in the room. That person was Scott Brewer. More than three and a half decades later, when I thought about who I would most like to invite to comment on my book Evidence of the Law: Proving Legal Claims, one name immediately shot into my mind: Scott Brewer. He was, as the saying goes, at the very top of my draft board. He was my Myles Garrett (though hopefully without any ankle injuries).'
Gary S. Lawson,
Comment on Brewer: Form and Content in Legal Proof (or Why Everybody Wins - Or at Least Gets a Participation Trophy)
Boston University Law Review
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