How Sally lives in us and our work. For me, Sally was central to how she formulated transnational law theory and carried it out methodologically through multi-sited field work. Her books Human Rights & Gender Violence: Translating International Law into Local Justice and The Seduction of Quantification: Measuring Human Rights, Gender Violence, and Sex Trafficking were path-breaking, two of just many path-breaking works by her. The last time that I spent quality time with Sally was when she came to give the closing address at a symposium that Ely Aaronson and I organized in the fall of 2018 at UC Irvine. She was critically constructive, as always, on our formulation of the conceptual approach and in commenting on the empirical papers, which gave rise to a book, one of many in the Law and Society series that Sally created at Cambridge UP. Her generous efforts brought to light the work of so many scholars, from graduate students to more senior ones. Sally’s wonderful concluding essay “Conclusions: A Processual Approach” just came out a few months ago. So sad our loss. So grateful for all Sally gave. So many lives she touched in ways we cannot count. There is no quantum, no indicator for our loss.