No doubt the editors of the Washington Law Review asked me to write this introduction because, as Director of Basic Legal Skills at the University of Washington School of Law, I inherited a program that Marjorie Rombauer established. Unfortunately, I am far more conscious of the impact that Professor Rombauer has had on my career than I am knowledgeable about her career. Still, ignorance of one's subject need not be an obstacle to publication, and so I accepted. But even if I were more qualified for this task, I would be doomed. For, in the few months since I arrived here, I have discovered that Professor Rombauer is a woman of innumerable and diverse achievements, cultivated hobbies (among which is playing the accordion!), and magnanimity who deserves a full-scale biography. So, if I fail to do her justice, blame not me, but (as my students would say) the page limit.
Professor Rombauer as Achiever and Scholar,
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