Harold Jacobson was not only a fine scholar and excellent teacher who devoted a career to the University of Michigan, but he was also a very trusted colleague and a close friend. His scholarly work was very well recognized and admired. He was one of my colleagues while I taught at Michigan, to whom I willingly recommended students for a multidisciplinary approach to international relations. He was a theorist of political science and international relations who was willing and able to come to grips with the role of law in those fields.
24 Mich. J. Int'l L. 1015-1017 (2003)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Jackson, John H., "Tribute to Harold Jacobson" (2003). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 536.