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Remembering Judge Stephen F. Williams

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On Saturday, I noted with sadness the passing of the Honorable Stephen F. Williams, a senior judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Given Judge Williams’ importance for administrative law and the academy, I thought it was worth noting some of the additional remembrances and celebrations of his life that have been posted since.

Several of Judge Williams’ former clerks memorialize him at Notice & Comment, where Aaron Nielson also celebrates Williams’ intellectual legacy and notes the large number of legal academics who clerked in his chambers. TheWashington Post obituary is here.

Judge Williams was a regular panelist and participant in programs at the American Enterprise Institute. In 2002 he lectured on legal reform in early 20th-century Russia (broadcast on C-Span), a subject that he also addressed in two books. AEI remembers Judge Williams here.

In 2006, a portrait of Judge Williams was hung at the D.C. Circuit. A transcript of that ceremony, including remarks from his colleagues and several former clerks, can be found here.

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Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself one year ago, setting off wave of conspiracy theories and celebrity denials

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Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself one year ago, setting off wave of conspiracy theories and celebrity denials


Jeffrey Epsteins death, regardless of circumstances, robbed his victims of the chance to confront him in court. What we need to remember about Epstein is not how he died, but the terrible damage he and his cohorts did to countless young girls when he was alive and, by remembering, commit ourselves to bringing to justice his cohorts and enablers, and to never again tolerating such abuse, said attorney David Boies, who represents some Epstein accusers.

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Right-wing conspiracy theorists get (even more) unhinged as Trump’s chances fade

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