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January 17, 2013

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Douglas kmiec

As the former Dean of the CUA law school, I am ever grateful to Frank for his unqualified love for his alma mater and the countless visits of Justices to our program that he encouraged and helped facilitate for our program.

Requiescat in pace,
Douglas Kmiec

Lawrence Silver

In each of the two times I argued before the Court and on the other occasions when Court did not elect to review cases I presented, Francis Lorson, was a kind, helpful, and knowledgeable man. I always knew that the easier he made it for me, he also made it easier for the Court. I appreciated his assistance, his vast knowledge, his considerable wit, his perspective and his kind suggestions. The Court, and the lawyers who argue before it, has lost a wonderful man.

Michael Caldwell

I went to Catholic University law school with Frank. He was always a mature, dignified and unassuming legal scholar who garnered the respect of his classmates simply by his bearing. It was wonderful to read the accolades he justly received for his work at the Court. I will miss knowing that Frank was there. Rest in Peace Brother. You ran the race well -- and won!

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