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Manhattan Supreme Court at 60 Centre Street Manhattan Supreme Court at 60 Centre Street

When Judge Peter McQuillan died we lost one of New York’s legal giants. Because he was in his prime years ago, many lawyers never knew him or appeared in his court, perhaps hearing only of his name and reputation. I was fortunate to have been around during at least part of his heyday and can think of no one who knew more law and was willing to impart it in his gentle, scholarly way.

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