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Aachen, Germany, 8
Acheson, Dean, 63, 65
 Partner-Covington & Burling, 19, 24
 U.S. Secretary of State, 28
American Tobacco Co., 52
Antitrust litigation, 25, 26
Ardennes, France, 8
Arnold, Fortas & Porter (D.C. law firm), 23
Atlanta, Georgia, 53
Attorney General, Assistant, 59
Austern, Thomas ("Tommy") (attorney-Covington & Burling), 24, 25, 32-33

Battle of the Bulge, 6
Berlin, Germany, 11
Bethlehem Steel Corp., 36,52
Black, Justice Hugo L., 21
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Blacknun, Justice Hry A,, 15
Breed, Abbott & Morgan (N.Y. law firm), 42
Bromley, Bruce (attorney-Cravath, Swaine &Moore), 35,36, 37, 42
Brussels, Belgium, 69
Burling, Edward (partner-Covington & Burling), 24, 50
Burton, Justice Harold H., 18

Cambridge, Massachusetts, 12
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 4
Chadbourne & Parke (N.Y.law f r ) 52
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Chicago, Illinois, 29
Claytor, W. Graham, Jr. (attorney-Covington & Burling), 24, 28
Cleveland, Ohio, 35
Closed Chambers (Ed Lazarus), 14-15
Colby, William ("Bill"), law school classmate, 4
Colby, William ("Bill"), father of, 6-7
ColumbiaCollege, 1 , 2 , 11,58
Columbia Law Review, 5
ColumbiaLaw School, 1-4, 5 , 6, 8, 22, 42, 58, 62
Covington & Burling (D.C. law fm),      21,22
 Cases handled, 25-33, 34
 Internal structure of, 48-50
 Management Committee, 48-50


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 Staff Of, 22-23
Covington, Judge Harry (partner-Covington & Burling), 24, 25
Cravath, Swaine &Moore (N.Y. law f m j , 22, 35,37, 51, 52
Cutler, Lloyd (partner-Wilmer Cutler), 45

D.C. Corporation Counsel, 20
Daily Spectator (Columbia College newspaper) 2, 11
Davis, John W. (partner-Davis Polkj, 34,35,39,40-41,43,44
Davis Polk (N.Y. law f r ) 34,40,43-44,52
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Day, Luther (attorney), 35
Democratic Party Convention (1920/1924), 41
Desertion, Army, 9
District of Columbia, 1, 9,21, 23, 24,29, 36, 55, 56,68
Douglas, Justice William O., 4, 19, 21
DuPont Co. (E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.j, 25

Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA), 22, 27
Europe, 6, 7, 10, 13

Far East, 69
Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 26
Feinberg, William ("Bill") (law school classmate), 3-4
Ferren, Judge John, 20
Food and Drug Administration, 27
Frankfurt, Germany, 11
Frankfurter, Justice Felix, 4, 17, 18, 19,20, 42-43
Friedman, Edward ("Ed") (law school classmate), 5

Garder, Warner (partner-Shea & Gardner), 63
Gelhorn, Walter (professor-Columbia Law School), 5-6, 6
German (s), 8
 Industrial combinations, 45
German-Jewish
 Art, 45
 Bank accounts, 45
Gesell, Gerhard ("Gerry") (attorney-Covington & Burling), 27,28
Graham, Philip ("Phil") (Washington Post), 32

Harvard Business School, 68
Harvard Law Review, 24,69
Harvard Law School, 3
 Clerks, U.S. Supreme Court, 4, 12
Harvard University, 58
Hearst, William Randolph (newspaper magnate), 3 1
Henderson, Alec (partner-Cravath, Swaine & Moore), 22
Hiss, Alger (Solicitor General's Office), 64-65
Hiss, Donald (partner-Covington & Burling), 64-65
Hogan & Hartson @.C. law firm), 23
Holmes, Justice Oliver W., 64
Holocaust, reparations for, 44, 48
Horsky, Charles ("Charlie") (partner-Covington & Burling), 22, 24
Howard, Smith & Levin (D.C. law firm), 56

I.G. Farben Co. (German), 11
Illinois, 63
Inco Ltd., 52
Indiana, 5,21, 62
Indiana University, 6
Iowa, 21, 62

J.P. Morgan (banking firm), 69
Jackson, Justice Robert H., 16
Johnson, President Lyndon B., 63
Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps, 6 , 7 , 10
  Crimes prosecuted, 9-10
 Responsibilities of, 8-10
 Sentences imposed, 9
Justice Department, U.S., 26, 35

Kefauver Senate Hearings, 26
Kendall, Ted (attorney-Davis Polk), 34
Kennedy, President John F., 63
Kennedy family, 59
King Features (comic strips), 31

Languages
 East European, 6
 French, 6
 German, 6
 Hungarian, 6
 Russian, 6
Law, administrative, 62
Law firms
 D.C., 22,47, 51, 59, 68
 D.C., see also individual fmns
 New York, 47


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Lazarus, Edward ("Ed") (law clerk-Justice Blackmun), 14-15
Leventhal, Judge Harold, 61-63, 66
Libel, 25
Eli LiUy Company, 26
London, England, 69
Lovejoy's College Guide (Clarence E. Lovejoy), 11
Lovejoy, Colonel Clarence E., 11

Manion, Clarence (Dean-Notre Dame Law School), 29
Manion, Judge Daniel, 30
Marshall, Burke (Assistant Attorney General), 32-33
Marshall Plan, 22
McConnack, Colonel Robert Rutherford (new spaper magnate), 29
McCormack, Daisy (Col. McCormacks niece), 29
McGiU, Roswell (professor-Columbia Law School), 22
McGowan, Judge Carl, 61-63,66
McNeil, General (Judge Advocate General (JAG)), 8 , 9
Merck & Co., 26
Meyer, Eugene (Washington Post), 29
Military Government (World War 11), 10-11
Miller, Governor Nathan L., 34
Morgan Stanley (banking fr) 69
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Murder, 9
Murphy, Justice Frank, 2 1

Nader, Ralph (consumer advocate), 45
New Deal, 64
New York City, 1, 5,21, 26, 40, 42, 43, 44, 48, 54, 56, 57, 60, 67
New York Herald Tribune, 37
Nixon, President Richard M., 64, 65
Normandy, France, 8
Notre Dame Law School, 29

O'Brian, John Lord (partner-Covington & Burling), 34,35,42
Officer Candidate School (OCS), 6
Omaha Beach, France, 8

Paris, France, 8, 69
Pearl Harbor, 3
Percy, Senator Charles, 13
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, 27
Picasso, Pablo (artist), 58
Pickering, John (Bethlehem Steel), 36, 37


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Pine, Judge David A., 35
Pogo (comic strip), 31
Pollack, Louis (‘Zou”) (clerk-Justice Rutledge), 14

Rape, 9
Rehnquist, Chief Justice William, 18
Roosevelt, President Franklin D., 20, 61-62
Root Ballantine ( N.Y. law firm, previously Root Clark) 5,21
Root Clark (N.Y. law fiml later, Root Ballantine), 5
ROTC, 3
Rutledge, Justice Wiley, 5-6, 12-21, 61-62

Sapienza, John (attorney-Covington & Burling), 24
Sears Roebuck & Co., 35,36
Secretary of Defense, Assistant, 59
Senate, U.S., 9
Shorb, Paul (tax attorney), 24
Shea & Gardner (D.C. law firm), 63
Silberman, Judge Laurence H., 66
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Smi% A (Democratic presidential candidate), 42
Smith Kline Beecham, 26
Solicitor General, U.S., 36-38,40,41,42, 63-64
Souter, Justice David, 15, 18
South Africa (n), 48
South America, 69
South Carolina, 7
Soviet archives, 65
Spa, Belgium, 8
St. Lo, France, 8
State Department, U.S., 64
Steve Canyon (comic strip), 31
Stevens, Justice John Paul (law clerk-Justice Rutledge), 13, 17
Stevenson, Adlai (Illinois governor), 63
Stone, Chief Justice Harlan Fiske, 4, 12
Sullivan & Cromwell (N.Y. law fm),     52
Swiss
 Banks, 46
 Lndustrial combinations, 46
 Watch industry, 26

TEMKO, STANLEY L.-PROFESSIONAL
 Career choice, views on, 59-61
 Clerkship, Justice Wiley Rutledge, 4-6, 12-21, 61, 68
 Client relations, view on, 5 1-54
 Covington & Burling, 21-33, 34
  Chairman-Management Committee, 48-50
 D.C. law practice, views on, 51-56,66-69
 Friendships, judicial, 61-62
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 Intra-law fr relationships, views on, 54-57
 Law firms,standards of client acceptance, views on, 44-47
 Legal practice, change in style of, views on, 56-58
 Root Clark (N.Y. law f r ) 5, 21, 67
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TEMKO. STANLEY L.-PERSONAL
 Childhood, 1
 Children, 2, 66-67
 cousin, 2
 Education
  Columbia College, 1-2, 11, 58
  ColumbiaLaw School, 1-4, 5, 6, 8, 22, 42, 58, 62
  High School, 1
 Father, 2, 10
 Grandchildren, 66, 67
 Military service, 3 , 5 , 13,58
  Judge Advocate General (JAG), 6-12
  Judge Advocate General (JAG), law clerk Board of Review Number One, 8
 Mother, 2
 Uncle, 2
 Wife, 2, 21, 59, 66-67
The Bretheren (Bob Woodward), 15
The Execution of Private Slovak (William Bradford Huie), 9
The New York Times, 31,37
The Times Herald, 29-32
The Tobacco Institute, 32-33
The Washington Post, 25, 28-32
The Washington Star, 30-31
Thurman, Senator Strom 7
Time-Life Corp, 37
Tone, Philip ("Phil") (law clerk-Justice Rutledge), 13-14
Tuttle, Charles (partner-Breed Abbott & Morgan), 42

U.S. Army,5, 10, 11, 12, 13,58
U.S. Army Specialized Training Corps, 6
U.S. Attorney's Office, 69
U.S. Courts of Appeals
 D.C. Circuit, 12, 20, 61, 65, 66
 Second Circuit, 4, 12,53


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 Seventh Circuit, 13, 14,30
U.S. District Courts, 26
U.S. Navy, 10, 12, 13, 14, 40
U.S. Navy Reserve, 6
U.S. Steel Corp., 34
U.S. Supremecourt, 12, 13, 15, 20, 27, 28, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,39,40, 53, 62, 67
 Black, Justice Hugo L., 2 1
 Bench memos, 18
 Blackmun, Justice Harry A., 15
 Burton, Justice Harold H., 18
 Certiorari petitions before, 16-18, 68
 Circuit conflict, 17
 Clerks, 12, 14
 Douglas, Justice William O., 4, 19, 21
 Frankfurter, JusticeFelix, 4, 17, 18, 19, 20, 40-41
 Holmes, Justice Oliver W., 64
 Jackson, Justice Robert H., 16
 Murphy, Justice Frank, 21
 Packing Plan (Roosevelt), 21
 Rehnquist, Chief Justice William, 18
 Rutledge, Justice Wiley, 5-6, 12, 21, 61-62
 SLT clerks for, 4-6, 12-21
 Souter, Justice David, 15, 18
 Stevens, Justice John Paul, 13-14, 17
 Stone, Chief Justice Harlan Fiske, 4-5, 12
 Vinson, Chief Justice Fred M., 28
Upjohn Drug Company, 26

Vinson, Chief Justice Fred M., 28
Virginia, 43,44

Washington and Lee University, 43,44
Watch industries, American, 26
Wechsler, Herbert ("Herb") (professor-Columbia), 5
Weehawken, New Jersey, 1
West Point Military Academy, 8
Westwood, Howard (attorney-Covington & Burling), 34,35, 40, 42
Williams, Judge Stephen, 65
Williamstown, Virginia, 2
Wilmer Cutler (N.Y. law firm), 45,51
World War IT, 3, 5 , 6-12
 European Command, 7
 European Theater of Operation (ETO), 8, 9


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 First Army Headquarters, 6-8

Yale Law School, 3 , 3 3




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                            TABLE OF CASES AND STATUTES



CASES
 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 47 U.S. 386 (1954), 42-44
 Sawyer v. U.S. Steel, 197 F.2d 582 (D.C. Cir.1952), 27-28 34-42, 44
 Sears Case, 36         CAN'T FIND
 Sewell Avery, 35       CAN'T FIND
 Texas City, 28         CAN'T FIND
 Youngstown Steel &Tube Co. v. Sawyer, 103 F.Supp. 569 (1952), 27-28, 34-42,44

STATUTES
 Administrative Procedures Act, Act of June 11, 1946, ch. 324 , 60 Stat, 237, 24-25
 Drug Amendments of 1962, October 10, 1962, P.L. 87-781,76 Stat. 78, 25-26




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