Kenneth W. Starr will address the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ biennial conference next month, courtesy of former U.S. Attorney General Griffin B. Bell.

The two go back to the ’70s, when Bell was a judge on the old 5th Circuit, part of which became today’s 11th Circuit, and Starr was a clerk for Circuit Judge David W. Dyer. But they have another, more recent, link: In 1993, Bell unsuccessfully tried to get Starr to join him at King & Spalding.

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