Essays in honor of great living men and women by way of a contribution acknowledging some of their core achievements as they make their exeat into other engagements in life, occasionally face some dangers. One of them is that a contributor like us may be tempted to write too much about the honoree. The other danger is that indeed, too little may be written about the Eminent Scholar, Distinguished Educator, World-renowned Law-Maker and Jurist, A Veritable learned Judge, Diplomat and Statesman that may defeat the purpose of such contribution. It is highly unlikely that our essay in honor of Professor Sompong Sucharitkul may face such dangers.
This is a revision of the article in the print edition of the Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law, volume 13.
Okeke, Christian N.
"The Exeat of a Remarkable Man from the Academia: Distinguished Professor Dr. Sompong Sucharitkul: Statesman, Diplomat and Notable Scholar (rev. ed.),"
Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law:
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