Happy Friday from Brad! Avalon is on vacation this week, so I’m taking the reins with a conversation with two former federal judges about former President Donald Trump’s efforts to get a judge to recuse from his criminal cases. They both say it’s unlikely and offered their own unique insight into the recusal process. 

On a personal note, I’m leaving the National Law Journal and ALM at the end of next week for a new gig. It’s been a blast writing about the judiciary since last spring, I hope you’ll catch my work somehow in the future. 

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