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IN CAREER-DEFINING CASE,
ADELMAN PUT HINCKLEY AWAY FOR GOOD
BY ROBERT L. PACK '67
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Where is one most likely to find Adelman these days? In his own office, which is where he spends 60 to 70 hours a week on the love of his life—his work. Never married, Adelman, who turns 65 next June, confesses to a charge that he is wedded to the law, “I plead guilty. (However), I’ve never considered it work.”


Robert Pack is a Washington-based writer who was admitted to the D.C. Bar in 1968 but became a journalist instead of practicing law. He is the author of numerous books, including Edward Bennett Williams for the Defense.
 
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