Summary
Judge David Dugan long ago rescinded the policy at issue, 7th Circuit’s chief judge says
Judges Nancy Rosenstengel and Staci Yandle make changes following complaints
March 22 (Reuters) – Three federal judges in Illinois have rescinded policies giving women and minority lawyers early in their careers more opportunities to argue cases in court that had become the subject of misconduct complaints by two conservative legal groups.
Chief U.S. Circuit Judge Diane Sykes of the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday dismissed complaints, opens new tab against one judge, saying he actually abandoned his policy long ago, and found the other two took “voluntary corrective action” and changed theirs, resolving the matter.

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