President Joe Biden has announced his first judicial nominees, selecting 11 people to sit on several courts including three courts of appeals.

Out of the 11 nominees—the most unveiled by a president by this point of his term in recent history—nine are women, and four have backgrounds as public defenders. A number of others have Big Law experience, including two nominees who are currently working at large firms. And others have backgrounds in government, with a number working in U.S. attorney’s offices. 

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