Washington Law Review


For almost thirty years Jack Huston has been a valued colleague and friend of mine who was particularly helpful in making my move from practice to teaching as smooth as possible. Jack was a unique colleague from another perspective--during his entire teaching career he was incredibly dedicated and loyal to the law school, often at considerable personal inconvenience and expense. Colleagues and deans could always count on Jack to "carry the flag," rally the alumni, conceive and coordinate a CLE program, host visiting dignitaries, and otherwise put his fingers in the dike.

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