Washington Law Review


We mourn the loss of our friend and colleague, Paul Steven Miller. Paul served different roles in our lives. To one of us, he was a mentor and source of comfort and inspiration to someone finding his way in a new career (law teaching) and new field (disability law). To the other, he was a law school contemporary and, as one of the few other persons with a visible disability in the legal academy, someone with whom he could share confidences. To both of us—and countless others—Paul was a friend: someone we could turn to for discussions about life and law. And as both a scholar and advocate, Paul was a visionary in our field.

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