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Samuel A. Alito, Jr.

Released on December 23, 2005

Record Group 60: Department of Justice
Accession #60-88-258
Files of Roger Clegg

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5 Supreme Court Upcoming Term
1. Memorandum from Roger Clegg, Associate Deputy Attorney General, to Carol E. Dinkins, Deputy Attorney General, concerning the Supreme Court's Upcoming Term. (August 1, 1984) (8 pages)

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1. Memorandum from Samuel A. Alito, Jr., to the Solicitor General concerning "Forsyth v. Kleindienst," No. 82-1812 (3rd cir., March 8, 1984). (June 12, 1984) Includes the following documents: a) Unidentified handwritten notes (No Date); b) Memorandum from Richard K. Willard, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division to the Solicitor General regarding "Forsyth v. Kleindienst" (No Date); c) Draft brief, "In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term 1984, John N. Mitchell, Petitioner v. Keith Forsyth, Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit," (No. 83-) (No Date) (52 pages)
7 Solicitor General
1. Handwritten notes of Clegg on miscellaneous subjects (No Date). Includes the following documents: a) Copy of a page from The United States Law Week (November 27, 1984); b) Memorandum from Richard K. Willard, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division, to the Solicitor General concerning "McDonald v. Smith," (January 8, 1985); c) Memorandum from Samuel A. Alito to the Solicitor General, concerning "McDonald v. Smith," (December 31, 1984); d) Supplemental memorandum from Richard K. Willard, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division to the Solicitor General concerning "McDonald v. Smith" (January 7, 1985); e) Assistant Director, Legal Counsel, Federal Bureau of Investigation to Acting Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division, Attention Mr. Robert E. Kopp, Director, Appellate Staff concerning "McDonald v. Smith." (December 11, 1984) (28 pages)

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