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US Senator Elizabeth Warren announces appointments to Mass. judicial nominations advisory panel

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Senator Elizabeth Warren announced appointments Thursday to the Advisory Committee on Massachusetts Judicial Nominations, which will review potential nominees to federal district courts in Springfield and Boston. The group includes former district court judge Nancy Gertner; Camille Nelson, dean of Suffolk University Law School; professor Mary Sarah Bilder of Boston College Law School, professor Andrew Kaufman of Harvard Law School, and Michael Mone, an attorney representing the Massachusetts Bar Association. The advisers will recommend nominees to Warren and interim Senator William “Mo” Cowan, who will recommend them to President Obama for nomination.

Todd Feathers can be reached at todd.feathers@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter at @ToddFeathers.
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