PAUL R. RICE

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'ICE Prof. PAUL R. RICE July 28, 1943 - July 10, 2012 On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, Paul R. Rice of Bethesda, Maryland and Rehoboth Beach, died unexpectedly following surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Jane B. Rice; his daughter, Allyson Rice; his son, Andrew Rice; Grandchildren Dash Taylor; Libby Rice; Katie Rice; Becky Rice; brother, Carl Rice; and numerous relatives. Professor Rice has been a tenured professor with The Washington College of Law, American University for 36 years. He is the author of numerous books, including Attorney-Client Privilege in the United States; Attorney-Client Privilege: State Law; Evidence: Common Law and Federal Rules of Evidence; Electronic Evidence: Law and Practice; Best-Kept Secrets of Evidence Law; Evidence Principles & Practices: 150 Things You Were Never Taught, Forgot or Never Understood. He has authored five books of poetry: Walking Among Shadows - Searching for the Red Sunfish; Every Leaf Casts a Shadow; Through Yesterday's Window; From Shallow Waters; and Seasons of Love. Special Master appointments and Judicial Officer appointments include: U.S. v. AT & T; Southern Pacific Comm. Corp. v. AT & T; In re Amoxicillin, MDL; In re Microsoft, MDL; In re Vioxx, MDL; In re Neurontin Antitrust Litigation, MDL; In re Aetna UCR Litigation, MDL. In addition to his teaching responsibilities he was active in consulting, lecturing, dispute resolution/arbitration, and he has published over 90 articles in legal publications and Law Reviews. A memorial service will be held at American University's Katzen Arts Center, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW on Sunday, July 15 at 4 p.m. In lieu of sending flowers, contributions can be made to American University Washington College of Law to establish a fellowship to support students in Professor Rice's name. This larger than life man will be missed by the many who loved him.This larger than life man will be missed by the many who loved him.

Published in The Washington Post from July 13 to July 14, 2012
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