Bloomberg Law: Biden’s Judicial Nominations to Get Trickier in Second Year

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Madison Alder

This excerpt is from a piece that originally ran on January 3, 2021.

“We now have a Democratic administration and Senate that stepped up to the plate and recognized that the third branch of government is as important as the first and second branches of government,” said Rakim Brooks, president of progressive judicial advocacy group Alliance for Justice.


Brooks, of AFJ, said the administration also hasn’t included the disabled community in nominations so far, either with a nominee who has worked in disability law or who is themselves disabled, which his group would like to see in 2022.

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