It is a pleasure to join in the dedication of this issue of the Washington Law Review to Professor Emeritus John Huston. He is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law who served as Editor-in-Chief of its Law Review in 1951-52. After acquiring a graduate degree from New York University and serving on its faculty and the faculty of Syracuse University, Jack returned to the University of Washington in 1967 as Associate Dean and Professor of Law. He served as Associate Dean for six years and was instrumental in founding the Washington Law School Foundation, whose assets and programs are now a major source of enrichment for the law school.
Roland J. Hjorth,
John Huston: Teacher, Scholar, and Friend,
72 Wash. L. Rev.
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