- The General Assembly recommended that President Joe Biden nominates a Boies Schiller Flexner litigator as federal judge to fill a vacant seat in New York since 2016. The seat was vacant in the Northern District since 2016.
The New York Democrat recommended that Anne Nardacci become the fifth active federal judge in the district and a third woman in the district, a third woman whose wife essentially founded a firm that was founded in 1986. The democrat would give the district majority of female judges.
In an interview, Nardacci said that the District would be historic and still very uncommon.
Biden often follows his recommendations for home state nominees as well as those of other senior Democratic lawmakers.
The potential nomination of Nardacci, 44, would push Biden's goal of bringing more professional and demographic diversity to the judiciary.
In a statement by Schumer's office said he recommended the other two women, Brenda Sannes and Mae D'Agostino, and the other two districts' district judges, to the bench. They were confirmed during President Barack Obama's administration.
Nardacci called Schumer's recommendation honor, but would submit to the bench almost two decades of legal and antitrust cases to the bench if he didn't confirm her and Nominated.
In the years between 2002 and 2005, She was back in Albany, joined Boies Schiller in 2005.