Mueller Bolsters Russia Team's Appellate Readiness in New Hire

Adam Jed of DOJ's Civil Division has argued in circuit courts around the country.

, The National Law Journal

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Adam Jed, a 2008 Harvard Law School graduate and former clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, has joined Special Counsel Robert Mueller III's legal team in the investigation of Russia's interference with the U.S. presidential election. At the DOJ, Jed defended the Affordable Care Act and helped implement the Supreme Court's DOMA ruling.

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  • Gandydancer

    So, who‘s he been donating to? Is the writer unaware of the controversy?

  • pjmoran

    Looks like a lot of former Supreme Court clerks coming aboard. Hopefully, they will be able to find a token clerk who worked for a Justice that did not think he or she had a right to amend the Constitution to fit the Justice‘s particular political views.

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