Two of the vacancies on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals could soon be filled now that President Bush has nominated Thomas Hardiman, a 41-year-old federal judge who has been on the bench in federal court in Pittsburgh for less than three years.

If confirmed, Hardiman, a former partner at Reed Smith, will fill the vacancy created in July 2005 when Judge Richard L. Nygaard took senior status.

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