As a possible sign of the new leadership at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an honors program named after Louis Brandeis—known as “the people’s attorney”—has been renamed after a different famous Supreme Court justice: Joseph Story, a strong property rights advocate.

“Today, we’re announcing that this fellowship, formerly known as the Louis D. Brandeis Honors Attorney Program, will be renamed the Joseph Story Honors Attorney Program,” a press release from the bureau stated.

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