A Tribute to David Martin

Tribute — Volume 102, Issue 5

102 Va. L. Rev. 1163
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At the end of the 2015–2016 academic year, David Martin retired thirty-six years after first joining our faculty. He is a true citizen-scholar who made a mark in the worlds of policy and public service, as well as in scholarly research and teaching. Indeed, it would be fair to say that he has had the career that aspiring law professors dream of.

David has been a marvelous teacher, scholar, and colleague. His contributions to immigration and refugee law will long survive his retirement from full-time teaching. Even in retirement, he remains a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council. I doubt very much that we have heard the last of him in what are now front-page policy debates over immigration and suspect he will remain a participant in the Law School’s intellectual life. Nevertheless, we wish him and Cyndy all the best as he lays down a portion of his labors.

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A Tribute to David Martin

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