Dwight L. Greene earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University and was a graduate of Harvard Law School. He joined the Hofstra Law faculty in 1984. Professor Greene’s scholarly work displayed an extraordinary breadth and range of interests. He not only wrote enthusiastically about banking law, but was also committed to critical race scholarship. Through his important work, Professor Greene sought clear identification of racial, gender and class problems, and he proposed solutions. Professor Greene was an inspiration to hundreds of students fortunate enough to have learned from him during his all-too-brief career.