Three Black Judges Apply for Spot on Court of Appeals

, New York Law Journal


Sources close to the nomination process identified the black applicants as Sheila Abdus-Salaam and Dianne Renwick of the Appellate Division, First Department, and Cheryl Chambers of the Second Department.

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  • John

    Fortunately, we're living in a post-racial age.

  • Michael

    Guess Affirmative Action even reaches into the Judiciary, huh folks. Too much to ask that ALL QUALIFICATIONS BE RESEARCHED, and maybe HIRE THE BEST QUALIFIED< REGARDLESS OF SKIN COLOR..huh? Separate but equal my arse. I thought the mind and intelligence of our judges is WAY MORE IMPORTANT THAN SKIN COLOR>

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