As an announcement on her potential successor nears, former Court of Appeals Chief Judge Janet DiFiore defended her legacy in an exclusive interview with the Law Journal and pushed back against observations that the court underwent a rightward ideological shift under her watch.

DiFiore responded to reports quoting observers who appeared to question the impartiality of the state Court of Appeals during DiFiore’s six-year term as chief judge. 

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