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Oral History of James Sandman
Index
ABA. See American Bar Association
Above the Law (legal website), 280
Access to Justice Commission, 281
Adams, Arlin, 136, 137
Airline Deregulation Act, 160
Akin Gump, 268
Albany Law School, 61
Albany, New York, 32, 56, 59, 209, 320
Albertis, Tom, 218
Alexander, Richard, 290
management Committee, 267
Alito, Samuel (Sam), 132, 134, 138
American Civil Liberties Union, 194
American Federation of Teachers, 304
American Inns of Court, 145
American Lawyer (magazine), 283
Mid-Level Associate Survey, 226, 240, 244
Anderson, John, 171
Antonelli, Dominic, 235
Arnold & Porter, 71, 138, 140, 144, 147-49, 159, 163, 172, 175, 181, 183, 185, 214, 237-40, 246,
259, 265, 293-94, 301
See also Sandman, James – Professional
American Lawyer Mid-Level Associate Survey, 226, 240, 244
American Red Cross, 230, 235
antitrust practice, 156, 255
associate salaries and bonuses, 273
billable hours, 273, 278, 281-83, 312
bonus program, 273-74
Brussels office, 255-56, 258
competitive environment, 243
culture, 275
Denver office, 138, 140, 155, 171-73, 178, 183-85, 189-90, 194, 209, 212, 256
energy boom, 172
Exxon, 172
diversity, 248-250, 269
expansion, 255
Federal Trade Commission, 186
leadership structure, 238
London office, 255, 258
Los Angeles office, 212-14, 218
northern Virginia office, 256
on-site childcare center, 253-54
Philip Morris, 237
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physical premises of original office, 151
return to D.C. office, 224
sabbatical policy, 207
San Francisco office, 256
Sager Award, 251
Arnold, Thurman, 156
Association of American Law Schools, 258, 369
Atlantic Second (case law reporter), 128
Autobiography of Malcolm X, 33
Baer, Bill, 265
Barrett, Eleanor, 369-70
BC See Boston College
Beam, Jonathan (son Joe’s husband), 386
Bergman, Carol, 343, 347
Bible, Geoff
Arnold & Porter CEO and Diversity Committee Chairman, 251
Biden, Joe, 361
Biggs, John, 137
Bingham Dana & Gould, 79
Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents (case), 129
Black Panthers, 54
Blackburne-Rigsby, Anna, 384
Blackman Jones (case), 309
Bonderman, David, 150
Boston College, 39, 40, 42-44, 46, 51, 54, 59, 61-62
Boston Globe (newspaper), 82
Braniff Airlines, 156, 158, 160
Bregstein, Nancy, 71, 89
Bring, Murray, 185
Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison LLP, 273
Brown v. Board of Education (case), 138
Buchanan, Avis, 370
Bush, George W., 55
CAB See Civil Aeronautics Board
Calvert, Cynthia Thomas, 252
Carmel, Sister Mary, 32
Carter, Jimmy, 170, 171
Cavucci, George, 159
Center for Law and Social Policy, 325
CERT See Council of Energy Resource Tribes
Chadbourne & Park, 187
Chadwick, Bruce, 235
Chapman, Jerome, 150
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Cipollone (case), 234
Civil Aeronautics Board, 158-61, 167
Clark, Ramsey, 137
Clark, Tom, 137
Cleary, Peter, 35
Clinton administration, 265, 327
Clinton, Bill, 259
dog Buddy, 259
Clinton, Hillary, 259
Community Publishers, Inc. v. Donrey Corp. (case), 165
Constance, John, 343, 347
Continental Airlines, 160
Cornyn, John, 347
Cotter, Colleen, 349, 370
Council of Energy Resource Tribes (case), 179, 189
COVID pandemic
legal issues, 373
Cox, Archibald, 78
Cravath Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, 96, 99, 157
Cruden, John, 268, 276
D.C. Bar, 238, 246, 248, 268, 280-81, 284
pro bono activies funded by voluntary contributions, 280
Davies, John, 35
Davis Polk (law firm), 99, 136
diversity, 114, 246, 250, 251, 269
dot-com revolution, 273
Dugan, Anna (maternal grandmother), 2
Dugan, Joe (maternal uncle), 8-9
Dugan, Joseph (maternal grandfather), 1
Dugan, Mabel (maternal aunt), 2, 8
acupuncture, 8
College of Saint Rose in Albany, 2
Dugan, Margaret (mother), 10, 392
College of Saint Rose, 2, 11
Columbia Teacher’s College master’s degree, 3, 14
congestive heart failure and dementia, 9
death, 318
family vacations, 18
strict, 22
Dugan, Mary (maternal aunt), 7-8
genetic thyroid disorder, 7
Eakeley, Doug, 327
Eastern Airlines, 160
Edelman, Peter, 381
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Ehrlichman, John, 164
Eisenhower, Dwight, 47
Eisenstein, Matt, 301
Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act, 186
Federal Trade Commission, 156, 161, 265
Feldman, Abraham, 25
Fenty, Adrian, 297, 313, 325
Ferguson, Royal, 188
Field, Martha, 69, 90
“experts”: a panel of students, 91
Socratic method, 92
First Amendment, 195
Fisher, Linda, 141
Fitz, Mike, 101-03, 145, 268
Flagg, Ron, 325, 348
Ford School, 385
Ford, Don, 44
Ford, Gerald, 118, 328, 385
Fortas, Abe, 90
Fourteenth Amendment, 129
Frahn, Linda, 159
Freedman, Abraham, 134
Friedman, Paul, 309-10
Fugere, Patty, 292
Future of the Profession Initiative, 368, 376
GAO See Government Accountability Office
Garbone, Mel, 159
Garth, Leonard, 130, 132, 134, 137
Germer, Larry, 188
Gibbons, John, 130, 132
Gideon’s Trumpet (book)
by Anthony Lewis 119
Giver, Colin, 100, 101
Glee (television show), 317
Goldwater, Barry, 46, 48
The Conscience of a Conservative, 47
Gottlieb, Steve, 355
Government Accountability Office, 336
Granoff, Gail, 89
Great Recession, 349
Great Western Sugar Company, 175
bankruptcy,185
Grossi, Peter, 159, 161, 163, 167
Gunderson Dettman, 270, 273
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Hagan, Margaret, 378
Halderman, Bob, 164
Hale & Dorr (law firm), 79
Hamilton, Alexander, 335
Hand, Learned, 335
Harper, Steve, 281
Harrison, New York, 19, 59, 152, 154
Harte-Hanks Communication, 165
Harvard Law School, 55, 61, 68-69, 78, 90, 99, , 146-47
Harvard Square, 43
Haskins, George, 92
Hastings See University of California Hastings
Hearley, William (half-brother), 5
Helwig, Gilbert, 130
Henderson, Kaya, 144, 304, 315, 325
Herzog, Katie, 269
Herzstein, Bob, 166
Higginbotham, Leon, 134
Hildebrandt consulting firm, 244
Howrey LLP, 266, 268
Humphrey, Hubert, 33, 48
Hurley, Judy, 243, 267
In Cold Blood
by Truman Capote, 33
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 308
International Business Machines Corp. v. United States (case), 157
International Herald Tribune (newspaper), 36
Isbell, David, 248
Sexual Orientation Task Force D.C. Bar, 268
Jefferson, Thomas, 335
Jennings, Lynn, 348
Johnson, Lloyd, 251
Johnson, Lyndon, 58
Johnson, Roger, 49
Boston College, 46
Jones, Jim, 210, 237, 239, 253
Kaine, Tim, 345
Kalodner, Harry, 130-31, 137
death, 130
Kamros, Jason, 304
Keating, Kenneth, 57
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Keckler, Charles, 327
Kennedy, Bobby, 57
Kennedy, John, 31
Kentoff, David, 237, 262
Kerrigan, Kathleen, 191
King & Spalding, 187
Kirkland & Ellis, 172, 281
Kramer, Andrea, 71
Kramer, Noel, 302-03
Land, Stuart, 144
Arnold & Porter Compensation Committee, 240
mentor and a role model, 239
Lardent, Esther, 144, 291
mentor and Pro Bono Institute, 268
Lazot, David, 34
Le Monde (French newspaper), 29
Leadership for Lawyers
by Deborah Rhode, 372
Lee, Blake, 147
Lee, Bud, 150
Legal Ethics
by Deborah Rhode, 372
Levi, Edward, 328
Levi, John, 326-28, 330, 339, 361, 364
Lewis, Anthony, 119
Lewis, Dan, 150
Lippman, Jonathan, 370
Liss, Jim, 136
Lockman, Steve, 159
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 48
Legal Services Corporation, 32-26, 328-32, 334-36, 339-50, 356-61, 364-66, 368-69, 374, 382
American Samoa, 353
brief advice and counsel, 357-58
“By the Numbers” report, 355
developments in the law, 357
grant review process, 353
lack of discretion in setting the grant amount, 352
lack of competition for most grants, 352
litigation, 357
minority grant-maker, 351-52
technology, 243, 257, 341, 348, 362-64, 375
Legal Services Corporation Act, 351
LSC See Legal Services Corporation
Madison, James, 335
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Madonick, Helene, 241
Magaziner, Daniel, 107
Magaziner, Fred, 107-08, 387
Magaziner, Phyllis, 125, 387
Mahone v. Waddle (case), 129-32, 134
Mahone, Glen, 132
Making of the President
by Theodore H. White, 33
Maris, Albert, 137
Martinez, Judy Perry
president of the American Bar Association, 373
Max Rosenn Lecture Series in Law and Humanities, 119
Mazzaferri, Katherine
Executive Director of the Bar, 268, 277
McCarthy, Eugene, 58
McGovern, George, 56
McIntyre, Jim, 182
Boston College, 45
McLean, Bruce, 268
McQuaid, Mark, 248
Meyer v. Grant (case), 194
Mikva, Laurie, 327
Milch, Tom, 159
Miller, Cassidy, Larroca & Lewin (Miller Cassidy), 163
Miller, James, 160
Minority Corporate Counsel Association, 231, 252
Minow, Martha, 326, 329, 369-70
Miranda (case)
civil case vs. criminal case, 333
warning, 333
Monell v. Department of Social Services of the City of New York (case), 132
Monroe v. Pape (case), 129, 132
Montgomery, Bruce, 237
Myers, Berna, 269
National Airlines, 160
National Center for State Courts, 332, 363, 373
Nebeker, Frank, 302, 303
New Teacher Project. See also Rhee, Michelle
New York Times (newspaper), 47-48, 119, 140
Nixon, Richard, 32-33, 46-48, 52, 56, 72, 76, 78, 139, 162-64, 167, 169
papers and tapes, 162, 166
papers litigation, 175
resignation, 77
silent majority, 54
Nixon v. Administrator of General Services (case), 162
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quality of the advocacy and opinions, 167
Nyankori, Richard, 311
Obama administration, 326, 361
Olsers, Glen, 64
Pan-American Airlines, 160
Pandemic
eviction committee, 375
pro bono resources, 374
Park, Todd, 362
paternal grandfather, 362
chemist, 3
encephalitis, 4
World War I, 3
Paternal grandmother, 3
second husband, 4
wealthy funeral director, 4
Perle, Linda, 325
Perlstein, Bill, 268
Philadelphia Inquirer (newspaper), 76
Philip Morris, 187, 235
Pioggia, Marty, 152
Plessy v. Ferguson (case), 138
Pollak, Lewis, 99
Pollak, Steve, 325, 381
PriceWaterhouseCoopers (formerly PriceWaterhouse), 243
Project for Attorney Retention, 252
Quayle, Dan, 55
race discrimination in Philadelphia union, 134
Rawdon, Glenn, 341, 364
Reagan administration, 138, 161, 189, 359
Reagan, Ronald, 138, 161, 171, 189
Reed Smith (law firm), 130-31
Reid, Inez, 302-03
Reiter, Glenn, 137
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, 162-63, 167
Rhee, Michelle, 293, 295, 297, 299, 303, 311, 313, 325
Chancellor’s management team, 305
Rhode, Deborah, 369, 372
Richardson, Elliott, 78
Rizzo, Frank, 72
Robinson-Patman Act, 168
Rockefeller, Nelson, 47
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Rooney, Edward, 16
Ropes & Gray (law firm), 79
Rosengard, Lee, 71
Rosenn Lecture Series, 147
Rosenn, Daniel, 141
Rosenn, Keith, 141
Rosenn, Max, 84-86, 105, 121, 130, 132, 134-37, 143, 147, 383
dictation, 110
disciplined work habits, 108
en banc rehearings, 109
enormous powers of concentration, 109
judicial philosophy and jurisprudence, 139
lack of Lexis and Westlaw, 128
law clerk case assignment, 110
opinion drafts, 109, 115, 117
opinion writing, 116
oral argument week in Philadelphia, 112-13
portrait ceremony, 133
senior status, 139
Rosenn, Tilly, 118, 120, 124-25
funeral, 138
Ruckelshaus, William, 78
Ruyak, Bob, 268
Saell, Barbara, 108, 120, 124, 12-127
Sandman, Edgar A. (father), 1, 3, 6-7, 9, 15-16, 21, 26-28, 392
Albany bank president, 18
Albany Law School, 12, 15
Board, 16
Board Chairman, 20
honorary degree, 20
Albany Medical College Board, 16
Army Air Forces, 12
Banker’s Trust Company, 18-20
president, 16-17
Board of Trustees of the State University of New York, 20
Catholic elementary school, Vincentian Institute, 11
discrimination on the basis of Catholic religion, 16
half-brother, 5,6
First National Bank of Boston, 82
malaria, 11
military experience, 13
Miss Porter’s School, 6, 11
State Board of Social Welfare, 16
Union College, 11-12
World War II, 11
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Sandman, Elizabeth (Beth) (daughter), 143, 213, 220-21, 259, 285-87
Boston Marathon bomber case (defense of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev), 388
Mount Holyoke, 317, 387
University of Southern California MSW, 388
Sandman, Elizabeth Mullen (Beth) (wife), 107, 118, 143, 178-81, 198, 200-11, 213-17, 220-22,
285-89, 294, 311, 317
Deputy General Counsel of the DC Department of Energy and Environment, 390
Environmental Protection Agency, 196
Friends of Rock Creek’s Environment (FORCE), 285, 315
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Denver office, 180
Greensboro, North Carolina, 209
Natural Resources Defense Council, 178
New York University, 183
pregnancy (first) complications, 199, 201
gestational diabetes, 199, 201, 213
Rock Creek Conservancy executive director, 390
second pregnancy, 219
Sandman, James – Personal, 28, 334
20-Minute Menus, 205, 216
Albany Academy SAT prep course, 38
Albany, New York, 1, 5, 8, 12, 14, 17, 19-21, 24-25, 28-29, 208
birth, 21
autograph collection, 26
BC See Boston College
Bingham Dana & Gould summer associate, 80
Boston College, 23, 39, 52, 61-62, 78, 103, 181-82
Gold Key Society, 44
lack of school spirit, 54
Outstanding History Student, 59
Phi Beta Kappa, 59
Presidential Scholarship, 40
student government-related activities, 44
Catch 22
by Joseph Heller, 33
Catcher in the Rye
by J. D. Salinger, 33
childhood and family life, 21
homogenous life, 24
Irish Catholic, 31
church of St. Vincent DePaul, 1
travels and vacations, 18, 26, 36, 146, 206, 286
Christ Church (Capitol Hill) Board, 382
civil rights movement, 28, 31
clerkship, 85, 87-88, 94, 98, 105-06, 111, 118, 124-25, 141, 147, 149, 152, 183
difference in judge’s writing styles, 135
mentoring by Judge Rosenn, 107
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move to Wilkes-Barre, 105
remarkable personal and professional experience, 117
sedentary life, 126
isolated existence, 113
Wilkes-Bare legal research difficulties, 128
writing bench memos, 125
college during Vietnam era, 51
college summer jobs, 58
Cotton Bowl marriage proposal, 181
cross-country road trip, 152-55
decision to go to law school, 31
Denver, 224
Art Museum, 197
family life, 196
love for Denver and Colorado, 173, 175-77, 208, 215, 223-24
meeting future wife, 178-82
mother’s group, 206, 217
moving to Los Angeles, 209-211
Symphony, 197
draft, 35, 45, 52, 115-17, 135, 252
counselor, 53
lottery, 53
focus on amending Rules of Professional Conduct Section 5.4, 377
high school
jobs Albany liquor store, 58
newspaper, 24, 32
outside interests, 32
school trip to Europe, 29
thoughts about where to go to college, 38
yearbook activities, 32
Howdy Doody Show (television), 27
Jones Day summer associate, 94-97
law and politics in D.C., 265
learning to cook, 205
life’s calling – better access to justice for low-income people in the United States,
393
Los Angeles, 210-13, 216-17, 220, 222, 224
leaving, 221
Olympics, 180
piano, 216
Martin Luther King’s assassination, 29
memorable movies, 34
mentor to law students, 383
move from Chevy Chase to Capitol Hill, 208, 390
New York World’s Fair, 28
Pennsylvania Bar Exam, 105
A-12
piano lessons, 205
prostate cancer, 330-31
Johns Hopkins for surgery, 338
relationships with his children, 287
father-son, father-daughter trips, 286
sabbatical, 20-08, 212, 215-16, 220
returning to work, 208
Sister Carmel, 36
The Autobiography of Malcolm X, 30
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 57, 62
Law Review, 67-68, 71, 74, 77, 84, 88-90, 99, 154
editorial board, 93
Executive Editor, 88
jobs, 78
Socratic method law school, 64, 69-70, 91
summer associate positions, 78
Watergate, 76
work for Vice-President for Student Affairs, 45, 59
volunteer work, 28, 382
Providence House, 28-29, 32
Washington Performing Arts Society, 258, 288
White House Take Your Daughter to WorkDay, 259
work-life balance issues, 284
Yankee games, 28
Sandman, James – Professional
ABA pandemic task force, 373
absence of legal assistance for low-income people, 332
airline mergers, 160, 167
Albany Law School Board, 382
American Red Cross and transfusion AIDS cases, 230
Arnold & Porter, 100, 143, 147, 149, 154-55, 159, 160, 166, 170, 176, 180, 209
associate morale and satisfaction, 226, 240, 272
spike in associate salaries, 270
Washington Lawyer column, 279
billing rates, 245
caseload, 261
decision to join Arnold & Porter, 149
decision to leave Arnold & Porter for DC Public Schools, 149, 293
D.C. office, 224
Denver office, 155
office role, 183
diversity, 226, 248, 250, 263
expansion, 255
free-form organization, 152
importance of having good programs to integrate new lawyers into law firms,
166
A-13
lack of structures to integrate attorney practice groups, 156
hiring committee, 225
leadership structure, 238
Los Angeles office, 210
Management Committee, 225, 237-39, 263, 267, 290
Managing Partner, 100, 237-42, 255, 257-58, 260-63, 266-67, 270, 275-77, 284,
290
New Partners Committee, 263
ombudsperson, 225, 227, 229, 241-42
overstaffing, 244
Partner Compensation Committee, 263
partnership, 183-84
partnership class, 183
Policy Committee, 238-41, 263
pro bono program, 272
sabbatical policy, 202-03
Senior Pro Bono Partner, 290, 292
Sexual Orientation Task Force, 246, 258
collaboration in the practice of law, 126
College of St. Rose Board, 382
DC Access to Justice Commission, 381
DC Bar
Board of Governors, 275, 284, 290
Law Practice Management Section Steering Committee, 258
President, 258, 275, 348
pro bono work and legal services to the poor, 277, 284, 381
Your President’s Column, 280
DCPS (DC Public Schools), 293, 297, 306, 308, 324-25. 382
school closings, 303
vice-chair of the DC Public Charter School Board, 381
diversity, 141, 246-47
Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project, 301
Facebook friends, 265
first pro bono case, 162
gender issues, 252
good relationships with staff, 342
Helwig pro bono work, 131
importance of mastering the facts, 161
importance of the language of a statute, 191
inaccessibility of civil justice for people who can’t afford a lawyer, 326
Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System Advisory Board 381
International Senior Lawyers Project, 381
Jones Day summer associate, 187
Legal Services Corporation, 324, 326-27, 329, 335, 345-46, 363, 380
appropriations process, 345
bipartisan support, 346
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challenges, 358
magnitude of the access-to-justice problem, 361
relationships with our grantees, 359
collecting and analyzing data, 350
constituent service, 343
decision to leave Legal Services, 365
funding, 346
goals at Legal Services, 340
grant-making process, 350
Inspector General, 336-37
legislative work, 342
management team, 347
President, 325
proudest accomplishments, 363
Legal Services Corporation Act, 351
lobbying, 327, 342, 345
Los Angeles office, 180, 210, 219, 222, 237, 239-40, 255-56, 286-87
legal market, 217
management duties, 217
training programs, 218
mentoring, 121, 145, 166, 278
Meyer v. Grant initiative petitions, 194
Minority Corporate Counsel Association, 251, 252
pandemic task force issues, 374
Philip Morris, 185, 234
Pro Bono Institute, 144, 268, 291
Board, 381
Law Firm Challenge, 278
pro bono work, 165, 178, 268, 277-78, 291-92
Advice and Referral Clinic, 381
project to help large municipal civil courts improve their use of data, 379
public service, 294
recommendations from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), 336
sabbatical, 202-04, 207, 214, 230
thoughts on elected judges, 187
Tobacco law, 186
typical workday, 125
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 329
Board of Overseers, 46, 100, 101-02, 269
Executive Committee of the Penn Capital Campaign, 102
Future of the Profession Initiative, 368, 376, 383
issues
regulatory reform, court processes simplification, use of data, 366, 377, 385
legal process, 378-79
teaching, 367-68
Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, 292
A-15
Washington Teachers Union, 304
negotiations for a new teachers’ contract, 304
Wilkes University Board, 46, 141
working with local counsel, 187-89, 230
work-life balance issues, 231, 252-53, 288, 313
Sandman, Jean (sister), 3, 21, 23
Sandman, Joe (son), 198, 286, 316
College Democrats, 317
Ford School of Public Policy, 385
politically active, 285
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 386
Sandman, John (brother), 21, 23
Sandman, Miriam Sill (paternal grandmother), 4
Sandman, Nancy (sister), 21, 75, 153
Sandman, Paul (brother), 21, 38, 198
associate at Goodwin Procter law firm, 79
“dictatorial”, 23
Harvard Law School, 39, 94
National Guard, 14, 51, 55-56
Sasso, Gary, 71
Saunders, Don, 359
Schaeffer v. Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center (case), 232-34
Schooner, Mark, 150, 166
SCM Corp. v. Xerox Corp. (case), 156
Scott, Mike, 149
Seitz, Collins, 138
Selter, Mike, 147
Sherman Antitrust Act, 165
Shifter, Rick, 147
Shook Hardy & Bacon, 187
Sidley Austin, 325, 328
Silicon Valley, 257, 270-71, 273
Simon, Len, 167
Sirica, John, 76, 78
Sohn, Gigi
Bar Board of Governors, 248
President of Gay Law, 248
Sohn, Mike, 250, 266
Southwest Airlines, 157
sovereign immunity, 230, 233
Stein, Larry, 71, 85, 92, 149, 224
Stern, David
Executive Director of Equal Justice Works, 144
Stevens, John, 137
Stone, Edward Durell, 24
Strickland, Frank, 327
A-16
Sullivan, Dan, 347
Summers, Larry, 146
Supreme Court of the United States, 76, 129, 132, 137, 139, 163, 165, 194-95, 230, 233, 281
clinics, 196
“T” lines (greater Boston area subway system), 43
Tacha, Deanell, 193
technology, 380
Tennille, Norton
mentor, 177-78
Texas International Airways, 157-58
The Paper Chase (movie), 64
Title VII, 190
TPG (Texas Pacific Group), 148, 150
Travels with Charlie
by John Steinbeck, 34
Trump administration, 346, 358
U.S. News and World Report (magazine), 61
Uniform Commercial Code, 175
United States v. Braniff Airways, Inc., 156, 159
United States v. Nixon, 76
United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 140
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 232
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 191-92, 194
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 84, 105, 109, 114-15, 132, 134, 136-39
University of California Hastings, 253
University of Pennsylvania, 371
Utiger, Bob, 308
Vietnam, 51-56
Wallman, Kathy, 241
Walsh, Patrick, 331, 339
War on Poverty, 336
Warren, Alvin, 68
Washington Lawyer (magazine), 279
Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, 293
Washington Performing Arts Society, 289
Washington Post (newspaper), 293
Watergate, 57, 76-78, 162, 164
conspiracy, 76, 164
Watkins, John, 168, 169
Watkins, Will, 189
Weingarten, Randy, 304
Western Airlines, 160
A-17
Wilkins v. Ferguson (case), 301
Williams, Joan, 252
WilmerHale, 268
Women’s Bar Association
mentoring activities, 278
World Justice Project
Rule of Law Index, 367
WPAS See Washington Performing Arts Society
Wyner, Rob, 246
Zoom, 374, 380, 383-84