- Several key Republicans on Monday recommended that President Joe Biden nominate a Boies Schiller Flexner litigator as federal judge to fill a vacant seat in New York, which has been vacant since 2016.
The New York Democrat recommended the new york Democrat to become the fifth active federal judge in the district and third woman, the fourth woman, to give the district a majority of female judges.
Nardacci spoke in an interview to the district about it, "the district would be historical and still relatively uncommon."
Biden often follows his recommendations, along with the recommendations from other senior Democratic lawmakers, to home state nominations.
The possibility of nomination of Nardacci, 44, would further Biden's goal to make the judiciary more professional and demographic diversity.
During president Barack Obama's administration, Schumer's office said he recommended the two other women, the United States District Judges Brenda Sannes and Mae D'Agostino, on the Northern District's bench. They were confirmed during President Barack Obama's administration.
Nardacci called Schumer's recommendation an honor. If nominated and confirmed, Nardacci would bring nearly two decades a litigator pursuing commercial and antitrust cases to the bench.
She first left the city of Albany in 2005 and walked back to the city of Albany.