Bench Memos

Giuliani’s “Justice Advisory Committee”

Via Overlawyered comes word that Rudy Giuliani has released the names on his Justice Advisory Committee. Chaired by former Bush SG Ted Olson, the committee is heavy with Federalist Society types, including Steven Calabresi, Geroge Priest, and Doug Cox, as well as Overlawyered’s own Walter Olson. Insofar as the list suggests the sort of people who would be involved in setting legal policy and identifying Justice Department personnel and judicial nomiantions, it is an impressive group. The full list is available here.

Jim Geraghty has more on the Campaign Spot here

Jonathan H. Adler — Jonathan H. Adler teaches courses in environmental, administrative, and constitutional law at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

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