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"The Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University announced late Thursday that release of the next batch of papers in the collection of the late chief Justice William Rehnquist has been postponed from the scheduled date of Jan. 5," reports Tony Mauro at Legal Times. "No explanation was given, nor any hint of when the release would be rescheduled."
The initial release of papers is discussed
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"Next Release of Rehnquist Papers Delayed"
"Next Release of Rehnquist Papers Delayed": Tony Mauro has this post today at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times."
Some of Rehnquists papers released - the Courts dining table called into question
A relatively small portion of Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist’s personal papers were released to the public on Monday. The New York Times reports: The papers released Monday are a small part of a collection of documents donated to the Hoover Institution at Stanford University after Chief Justice Rehnquist?s death in 2005...
Rehnquist Papers Donated to the Hoover Institution Archives
From the press release (via SCOTUSblog): "The papers of the late William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States from 1986 until his death in 2005, have been donated to the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University...
Rehnquist papers to Stanford
The papers of the late Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist have been donated by his family to the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University. A news release by the Hoover Institution said that the collection “includes case-related materials, speeches, personal correspondence, drafts and notes on the many books he authored, and in-chambers correspondence among the justices...
Rehnquist Papers on Roe v. Wade Will Be Made Public Soon
Tony Mauro reports on the Legal Times: The family of the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist has decided to donate his extensive papers from 33 years on the Supreme Court and before to the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University, Rehnquist’s alma mater...
Rehnquist Family Donating Papers to Stanford
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Justice William Rehnquist was on the Supreme Court for thirty three years before his death in 2005. Interestingly, only papers relating to decisions made between 1972, when Rehnquist joined the Court, and 1975, when John Paul Stevens joined the Court, will be made public...