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 Judge Carlton Reeves of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.

In a year of intensified public scrutiny for the federal courts, one judge in Mississippi recently took the chance to reflect on the deeply un-diverse bench he sits on.

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Ellis Kim

Ellis Kim, based in Washington, D.C., covers the federal judiciary, D.C. courts and national litigation trends. Follow her weekly newsletter, Trump Watch. Contact her at ekim@alm.com, or on Twitter: @elliskkim.

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