Dan K's Inferno

A Gracious Man, Prodding Teacher And Brilliant Judge

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I am driven to tears. Last week the Connecticut Bar Foundation bestowed its Distinguished Service Award on one of my role models, U.S. District Judge Mark Kravitz, and the memory of its bestowing is painfully bittersweet. As most of you know, the cruel vagaries of fate have stricken Judge Kravitz with Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS) and his condition is, to paraphrase Don John, a circumstance fit to breed sadness without limit. But rather than curse the darkness, I want to light a candle in honor of a great judge, lawyer and human being.

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