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October 23, 2018

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February 1, 2018
While a student at the UT School of Law, I worked as a clerk at Coffee, Goldston & Bradshaw for two years. Bob assigned us many challenging research assignments, and took the time to review with us the progress we were making and to provide guidance on further lines of inquiry to pursue. He also had us prepare documents to be used in some of his upcoming trials, and shared with us some concerns and strategies. I have often reflected on the reality that much of the knowledge and skill that I have needed in my legal career was the result of working in that excellent firm. He was a fine gentleman.
January 28, 2018
I am so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. I hope that you may be comforted by fond memories and the love of your family and friends. (Jeremiah 29:11)
January 24, 2018
Dear Leslie:
When I was a younger lawyer, Bob was a wonderful mentor, and someone with whom I really enjoyed having a lunch, or calling to consult on difficult cases I had. When I decided to leave the big firm in 1989, Bob helped me create a budget, and told me the importance of making sure your client can pay. I will always remember his words, "If you're going to have to work for free, you might as well go take a walk around Town Lake instead and enjoy it."
I've laughed about that since, and passed it on in my numerous CLE speeches around the country. God's speed, Bob, and Rest in Peace. You were a good man and wonderful mentor. - Claude Ducloux