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US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Part of the US Justice Department.

Official Website:
http://www.usdoj.gov/olc/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Barr
Government
23-May-1950   US Attorney General, 1991-93
Stephen G. Bradbury
Government
1958   Acting head, Office of Legal Counsel, 2004-09
Jay Bybee
Judge
27-Oct-1953   9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Steven M. Colloton
Judge
9-Jan-1963   8th Circuit Court of Appeals
Walter Dellinger
Attorney
15-May-1941   Duke University law professor
Ralph E. Erickson
Attorney
3-Oct-1928   Deputy US Attorney General, 1972-73
Kathryn S. Fuller
Administrator
c. 1946   World Wildlife Fund CEO, 1989-2005
Jack Goldsmith
Government
26-Sep-1962   The Terror Presidency
Dawn E. Johnsen
Attorney
14-Aug-1961   Indiana University law professor
Nicholas Katzenbach
Government
17-Jan-1922 8-May-2012 US Attorney General, 1965-66
Douglas W. Kmiec
Scholar
24-Sep-1951   US Ambassador to Malta
Edwin S. Kneedler
Attorney
4-Jan-1946   Acting US Solicitor General, 2009
Daniel B. Levin
Government
4-Mar-1956   Justice Department attorney
Beth Nolan
Attorney
1951   White House Counsel, 1999-2001
Ted Olson
Government
11-Sep-1940   US Solicitor General, 2001-04
J. Lee Rankin
Government
7-Jul-1907 28-Jun-1996 US Solicitor General, 1956-61
William Rehnquist
Judge
1-Oct-1924 3-Sep-2005 US Chief Justice, 1986-2005
Antonin Scalia
Judge
11-Mar-1936   US Supreme Court Justice
M. Edward Whelan III
Activist
c. 1959   Ethics and Public Policy Center
Malcolm R. Wilkey
Judge
6-Dec-1918 15-Aug-2009 US Ambassador to Uruguay, 1985-90
John Yoo
Government
10-Jun-1967   Thinks Geneva Conventions are obsolete


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