Pakistan-born lawyer Adeel Mangi, who was recently nominated for a United States federal appeals court, would become the first Muslim American to serve on the post in the country's history if the nomination goes through the Democratic-controlled US Senate. US President Joe Biden had nominated Mangi for the 3rd Circuit of the appellate court, based in Philadelphia, along with seven other judicial nominees. Interestingly, some quite prominent personalities are idols of Harvard and Oxford-trained lawyer.
Adeel Mangi, a lawyer born in Pakistan, has been nominated by President Joe Biden for a position on the United States federal appeals court. If approved by the Democratic-controlled US Senate, Mangi would become the first Muslim American to serve in this role in the country's history. Currently a partner at the US law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, Mangi has an impressive legal background, including securing the largest jury verdict in the history of the Virginia court system in a trade secrets case and actively engaging in religious freedom cases. His nomination follows President Biden's appointment of Zahid N Quraishi, the first Muslim, to a federal district court two years ago.
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