Robert A. Katzmann, who has served as chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit since 2013, is set to conclude his seven-year term at the end of the month, marking the close of a tenure that pioneered historic investments in civic education and court accessibility.

Katzmann, who will remain an active judge on the Manhattan-based appeals court, was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1999, and served 13 years before he assumed the role of chief.

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