Former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo Strine Jr., who now serves as of counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, said Thursday that he would be eager to take a role in a potential Joe Biden administration.

Strine acknowledged his willingness to serve on behalf of Biden, who was elected to represent Delaware in the Senate seven times, in a webinar hosted by The New York Times’ DealBook team on corporate social responsibility.

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