Part 2 of a Series

Law Firm Ties That Bind

Their financial ties raise recusal issues for judges.

, The National Law Journal


In 2012, four federal appeals ­judges enjoyed free legal services from law firms — including Judge Jay Bybee of the Ninth Circuit, for the sixth year in a row — and another 14 had financial agreements with firms they worked for before taking the bench.

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