Long Careers for Court Nominees

, The National Law Journal

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Soon after President Barack Obama formally announced three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, there wasn't much — if any — public criticism of the qualifications of the candidates.

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  • Peter G

    The judge for whom Professor Nina Pillard clerked in Philadelphia was the late, renowned Louis H. Pollak (not "Pollack"), former dean of the Yale and Penn law schools, inter alia. Sad to see his name misspelled in the NLJ.

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