A big gift for Bybee

Latham & Watkins gives judge $3.2 million worth of legal aid.

, The National Law Journal


From 2007 to 2010, 9th Circuit Judge Jay Bybee accepted legal and consulting help totaling $3.4 million as he fought off allegations that he authorized torture, according to financial disclosure reports obtained by The National Law Journal.

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Originally appeared in print as Firm grants Bybee millions in legal services

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