Two women in line for federal bench in Kentucky, which now only has one female judge out of 13

May 9, 2017 By Andrew Wolfson
Courier-Journal

Kentucky may be getting two new federal judges, both of them women.

Several lawyers said they have been interviewed by FBI agents performing a background check on Claria Horn Boom, a former federal prosecutor who is now a partner in Frost Brown Todd’s Lexington office.

Caroline Pitt Clark, director of governmental affairs at LG & E/KU Energy, is also a possible nominee for another federal district judgeship, Above the Law, a legal blog, reported Monday.

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