This panel will discuss issues raised by the draft report of the Judicial Disqualification Project and the ABA amicus brief urging the Supreme Court of the United States to rule that, depending on specific factors, judges should disqualify themselves from ruling on cases in which public confidence in the integrity of the judiciary may be impaired because the judges have received campaign contributions from interested parties.

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