The American Bar Association has released a trove of statistics relating to the legal profession, and Law.com is spending this week poring over the data. Today, we’re focusing on the people who sit on the federal bench. We’ve got charts breaking down the racial and gender demographics of the federal judiciary, as well as a look at the rise of women on the bench over the past six decades. These charts are based on data from the Federal Judicial Center.

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