Washington Law Review


Though Ted Stein was my law clerk, ours was not merely a nine-to-five relationship. I shall always remember him as a great companion in the labor of the law. He was an imaginative writer with an unflagging sense of compassion, but above all, he was a faithful friend, a loving husband, and a devoted father. You really had to have lived with Ted for a year, day-in, day-out, and to have experienced the many nights in which we worked together, sweated together, argued with each other, consoled each other in our opinions, and celebrated our victories, to have understood and loved the man.

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