Bench Memos

For D.C. Circuit Junkies

I’ve recently learned of the existence of D.C. Circuit Review, a blog dedicated (as its straightforward title indicates) to news about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. I gather that the blog started about six weeks ago. For those interested in following that court closely, it looks like a useful resource.

The blog doesn’t provide any information about who is running it. My guess is that a D.C. lawyer (perhaps a former D.C. Circuit law clerk) has found it a worthwhile avocation.

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