FAREWELL - Several of the nation’s longest-serving law deans are stepping down this year, taking with them decades of institutional knowledge but providing an opportunity for fresh leadership with innovative ideas. Karen Sloan reports that long-standing law deans at Notre Dame, Ohio State University and University of Miami are bidding adieu, among many others.

MEANWHILE - Today marks the deadline the House Judiciary Committee has set for AG William Barr to turn over the Mueller Report in full and any underlying evidence to the committee, a time limit it expects Barr to ignore. Instead, the committee has teed up a Wednesday vote to authorize a subpoena to try to force Barr to provide an unredacted copy of the special counsel’s report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

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