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

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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