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Georgia's U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff, left, and Raphael Warnock. Photo: Dustin Chambers/Bloomberg Georgia’s U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff, left, and Raphael Warnock. Photo: Dustin Chambers/Bloomberg

Several politically savvy Atlanta lawyers anticipate that the incoming Biden administration will be able to make a lasting imprint on the federal judiciary and government appointments in Georgia that the Obama administration could not do.

That’s due to Georgia’s shift in political power from two Republican U.S. senators to two Democrats, after Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff’s victories in the Jan. 5 runoff.

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Meredith Hobbs

Meredith Hobbs writes about the Atlanta legal community and the business of law. Contact her at [email protected] or 404.419.2837. On Twitter: @MeredithHobbs.

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