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(Top, l-r) Russ Feingold, Nan Aron, and Sherrilyn Ifill..(Bottom, l-r) Laurence Tribe, Neal Katyal, and Ben Jealous. (Photos: Courtesy and / ALM) Russ Feingold (top, from left), Nan Aron and Sherrilyn Ifill and (bottom, from left) Laurence Tribe, Neal Katyal and Ben Jealous. (Photos: Courtesy and / ALM)

President Joe Biden’s first judicial nominees are quickly being celebrated by liberal groups over the diversity of those picked.

Left-leaning judicial groups have long been preparing for the possibility of a Democratic administration after President Donald Trump’s term and lobbied during the 2020 election cycle for judicial nominees to be a priority for any incoming Democratic president, urging candidates to tap more diverse candidates for the bench.

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