Happy Friday from Avalon and Brad, and welcome to another round-up of the week’s news about the judiciary. This week, we’re taking a closer look at Judge James Ho’s boycott of Yale Law students as clerks, and how common it is for judges and law students to take ideology into account when hiring for their chambers. Plus, next week, there’s a meeting of the Advisory Committee on Appellate Rules, and two groups have recently brought a disclosure issue to their attention. 

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Does Ideology Matter in Hiring for Judicial Clerkships?

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