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You've Heard of the Supreme Court's "Shadow Docket." This Is the "Sallow Docket"

Today we’re talking about the “sallow docket” — that is, all the times the justices mess up ethically and don’t apologize, and thereby make their institution look unwell.

This comes on the heels of a few episodes in the lower courts where a judge who made an ethical mistake and was caught had the grace to show contrition.

Read more about the phenomenon in this Bloomberg Law Insight by FTC executive director Gabe Roth.

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