Throughout the world, Paul Szasz has garnered everyone's respect for his intellect, his uncompromising integrity, his innate sense of fairness, and his dedication. Paul treated everyone the same, whatever the nationality. He passionately believed in international law. Even in the last 20 months when he was ill, he continued to live and breathe the life of international law, flying repeatedly to Geneva, to Rio, to The Hague, to California, and elsewhere to advise on international negotiations for a framework convention to control tobacco or to present a paper. Paul was an inspiration to people around the world, young and old. We will miss him terribly.
35 Cornell Int'l L.J. 465-469 (2002)
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Weiss, Edith Brown, "A Tribute to Paul Szasz" (2002). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 545.