Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed two new justices to the state Supreme Court on Tuesday, making commercial litigator John D. Couriel of Kobre & Kim in Miami and Palm Beach Circuit Judge Renatha Francis two of Florida’s most powerful jurists.

The pair will fill vacancies created when Judges Robert Luck and Barbara Lagoa rose to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

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