To Absent Friends: Greg Claycomb

GregGreg Claycomb was one of the more outgoing members of that collection of strong personalities known as Section 6, and quickly made friends with just about everyone within a hundred yards.  He was a member of Moot Court and wrote The Restatement’s “Faculty Spotlight” column, showing a real gift for capturing the human side of the professors he interviewed.

He also had a quick wit and a ferocious sense of humor.  Greg was the guy who publicly declared before God, Professor Lockwood, and everybody else in our ConLaw I section that I was the “Michael M.” in Michael M. v. Superior Court of Sonoma County, 450 U.S. 464 (1981).

–Mike Morley

Please share your memories of Greg in the comments.

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One thought on “To Absent Friends: Greg Claycomb

  1. Tom Seddon

    Greg helped get me a job at Funky’s Blackstone Grille, and into the poker games there after hours. Those games paid for most of my second and third year!

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