Links to other Judicial Disqualification sites and blogs:
In 2010 the Federal Judicial Center (the education and research agency for the federal courts) published an extensive monograph on the subject of federal judicial disqualification law. Although the article would appear to largely track those sections of R. Flamm, Judicial Disqualification: Recusal and Disqualification of Judges which discuss federal law on this subject, some cases are discussed in greater detail in the monograph.
The American Judicature Society has a helpful site for learning about judicial ethics matters in general, as well as basic information about recusal and disqualification of judges in particular.
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law has a webpage for “Promoting Fair and Impartial Courts through Recusal Reform,” which links to the Center’s Report on this subject and related analysis.
The United States’ Government’s “Guide to Judiciary Policy” contains a number of Advisory Opinions which relate to the question of when federal judges should recuse themselves from handling cases.
The Center for Public Integrity has a webpage devoted to investigate new stories on the subject of judicial disqualification.
For continuing legal education materials related to the subject of judicial disqualification click on cce-mcle.com