Plenty of influential lawyers have been whispering in the ears of presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama about how to mold the federal judiciary with future appointments.
Across the country, from academics to powerful attorneys in private practice and in politics, advisers are in on the ground floor of reshaping the federal bench.
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