The first judges nominated by the Biden administration have been confirmed to the federal bench as part of an unprecedented push for demographic and professional diversity.
Former public defenders outnumber ex-prosecutors and no white men have been nominated.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a look at the history of judicial nominations and the Biden administration's approach to the federal bench.
- Andrew Kragie, reporter covering Congress and judicial nominations for Law360
- Carl Tobias, law professor at the University of Richmond School of Law
- Carolyn Shapiro, professor and associate dean at the Chicago-Kent College of Law
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