Remembering Endo

Eric Muller is publishing a mini-symposium commemorating the life of Mitsuye Endo (of “Ex parte Endo” fame), who passed away last month.

Today, tomorrow, and Wednesday, I will post commemorations of Mitsuye Endo and her quiet legal heroism written by three leading experts on her case and its history and significance.

The first to appear–later today–will be by Greg Robinson, a professor of history at the University of Quebec at Montreal and author of, among many other things, By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans (Harvard University Press 2001).

Tomorrow I will post the commemorative thoughts of Patrick Gudridge, Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law and the author of, among many other things, the important article “Remember Endo?”, which appeared in the Harvard Law Review in 2003.

On Wednesday, I will post the thoughts of Professor Jerry Kang of the UCLA School of Law, whose work includes some of the most careful and probing analysis of Endo, Korematsu, and Hirabayashi…

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