Over in this post, we got into a discussion of whether all the Cabinet Secretaries can respond to Henry Waxman's request for an inventory of RNC server emails together (issuing one giant "go Cheney yourself") or whether they have to respond individually. While we're debating that question in the comments, Peterr put together a list of all the legal advisors for each Cabinet Secretary, and I wanted to put them together in one list. So thanks, Peterr.
Agriculture: Marc L. Kesselman, General Counsel
Commerce: John J. Sullivan, General Counsel
Defense: William “Jim” Haynes II, General Counsel
Education: Kent Talbert, General Counsel
Energy: David R. Hill, General Counsel
Health and Human Services: Daniel Meron, General Counsel
Homeland Security: Gus P. Coldebella, General Counsel (Acting)
Housing and Urban Development: Robert Couch, General Counsel (Acting)
Interior: David Longly Bernhardt, Solicitor
Justice: Paul D. Clement, Solicitor General
Labor: Jonathan L. Snare, Solicitor (Acting)
State: John B. Bellinger III, Legal Advisor [Asst. Sec. rank]
Transportation: Rosalind “Lindy” Knapp, General Counsel (Acting)
Treasury: Robert F. Hoyt, General Counsel
Veterans Affairs: Paul J. Hutter, General Counsel (Acting)
As Peterr pointed out,
Of these legal officers, note that five are “acting,” and in looking at the bios, several of the others are new in their positions (within the last year). That could make for some interesting dynamics. Some could be hoping for the permanent position, and thus be unwilling to stand up to the White House. Others may be rather upset with their predecessors over this mess, and thus be more than willing to help Waxman out.
So if they can't mount one unified opposition, then it may well get rather interesting.