Washington Law Review


I met Paul in 1993 when he was working in the White House on personnel matters for President Clinton. When we first met, this impeccably dressed, bow-tied man with a beaming smile extended his hand and, with a gleam in his eye, introduced himself: “Hi, I’m Paul Miller, the dwarf from L.A.” That began a wonderful friendship, both personal and professional, as we shared a common interest in civil rights, genetics, politics, and people, among other things.

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