The Senate on Monday confirmed longtime federal public defender Veronica Rossman to a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, the latest appellate judge with a federal public defender background to be seated under President Joe Biden.

Rossman was senior counsel for the federal defender’s office for Colorado and Wyoming at the time of her nomination. Previously, she was chief of the office’s appellate division and was an assistant public defender in that division, and spent time in the office’s trial division toward the beginning of her career. She will be the only judge on the Tenth Circuit with federal defender experience, according to the White House.