When I was hired by the University of Washington School of Law in the spring of 2004, I skimmed all of my new colleagues’ biographies, including Paul Steven Miller’s. I don’t remember Paul Steven Miller’s standing out. The biography was short and listed mostly professional positions and publications. It made clear that he had had an important career, but it did not make clear how revolutionary a figure he was.
Clark B. Lombardi,
The Marvelous Life of Paul Steven Miller,
86 Wash. L. Rev.
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