55 Willamette L. Rev. i (2018-2019)

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                               WILLAMETTE LAW REVIEW
                                                   55:1 Fall 2018

The editors of Willamette Law Review wish to dedicate this issue to
Rick Stege.

Mr.  Stege earned his JD. from  the University of Wisconsin Law
School in 1968, and he practiced law with Ohio Legal Services for ten
years before beginning a  long career of private practice in the
Cleveland, Ohio area. The proudest moment of his fifty-year career
was  successfully developing, framing, briefing, and arguing the
landmark constitutional case Moore v. City of East Cleveland In this
and in other ways, Mr. Stege showed his devotion to social justice and
dedication to equal justice before the law.

We  deeply regret that Mr. Stege's article could not appear in this
issue as planned. His passing was a deep loss to the legal community
of Cleveland and the wider community of legal scholarship.

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