During his time as a federal trial and appellate judge in Pennsylvania from 1991 to 1999, Timothy Lewis says, “I could count on half of one hand how many Black lawyers argued before me.”

When Lewis went to private practice, he often served as a moot court judge for appellate practitioners and did not need a hand to count. “I never mooted a Black lawyer,” he said in an interview Tuesday.

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