CRS [Congressional Research Service]--A Brief History of Attorney General Recusal (2017)

by on June 9, 2018 1:17 pm
Please see here or here. Bottom line: While there is no official compilation of recusals, it appears that Attorneys General of the United States have recused themselves at least 15 times since 1989. H/t Law Librarian Blog here.

Valuable Post: "5 Tools to Help You Search the Archived Internet"

by on June 9, 2018 12:18 pm
Please see here. The 5 tools are: 1) Archive.is 2) Lumen 3) PeekYou 4) The Wayback Machine 5) The Wayback Machine Downloader

A Thought-Provoking Post on One of the Significant Failings of American Legal Education: "How Law Schools Fail Minority Students"

by on June 7, 2018 3:04 pm
Please see: How Law Schools Fail Minority Students by Erin L. Thompson June 7, 2018 TruthDig From the post: Mr.TinDC / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Law school applications are up this year in what some are calling a “Trump Bump,” since around a third of applicants were inspired to apply by Trump’s election. Nearly half of them identify themselves as… Read more A Thought-Provoking Post on One of the Significant Failings of American Legal Education: "How Law Schools Fail Minority Students"