Huntington Beach, Calif., was as sunny and warm last week as one would expect from a town that’s christened itself “Surf City.”

But for most of the judges gathered at a beachside hotel for the 9th Circuit Judicial Conference, a gloomy existential angst clouded every seminar, awards ceremony and discussion about the history and future of the circuit.

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