Happy Friday from Brad and Avalon here at Law.com’s Bench Report. It’s another balmy week in D.C., and we’ve got some summertime reading on the judiciary. This week, we’re taking a look at the increasing diversity of the bench under President Biden, thanks to data in a new report from the American Bar Association. But even as the face of the courts changes, there’s one thing that seems constant: The high number of federal judges with degrees from Harvard and Yale. Plus, take a closer look at the political questions doctrine. 

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A Changing Judiciary, But Yale & Harvard Still Dominate

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