Wednesday, June 22, 2011
I am very sad to report that UGA law professor Anne Proffitt Dupre passed away this morning, due to complications from cancer. I had Professor Dupre for my first year Contracts class. She was an exacting and dynamic professor who was also a wonderful mentor and friend to many, many law students over the years. This is a tremedous loss to both the academic and the Athens community. My sympathy goes out to her husband, Bill, and her many friends and colleagues. The law school has posted a memorial page.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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