In Memoriam: Richard E. Robinson

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Hruska, Roman
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1992
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INTRODUCTION|Upon the departure of Judge Richard E. Robinson from our ranks, they were legion who rendered sincere tributes to the life and career of this remarkable personage. He was appointed to the judgeship by President Eisenhower in 1956 and served in that role for more than a third of a century. He earned recognition from his peers, from the bar, and from the public as an outstanding jurist. Thirty-four years, however, is a long time. Hence, many who came knew him and came to pay their respect, had known him only as a jurist. There was less general awareness of the preceding years - those years of learning and proving: as a student, as a counselor, as a trial advocate, and as a full-time citizen of the community. Those were the years during which the inborn traits and powers with which he was endowed were developed so fruitfully...
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25 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (1991-1992)
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Creighton University School of Law
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