First and foremost I acknowledge my immeasurable debt to all the lawyers andclients with whom I worked on Andersen v. King County. Being part of such a team has been an extraordinary privilege. That I have misgivings about my own choices should in no way detract from the superb work that has been done. The talent, passion, and commitment brought together for this effort is remarkable. In addition, I am grateful to Seattle University Law School and Dean Kellye Testy for support provided for writing this piece. Many friends and colleagues read drafts and provided helpful suggestions. My thanks to them all.
Reflections on Complicity,
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