In the newest Patently-O Patent Law Journal article published today, Gregory Landis and Loria Yeadon discuss the role of ethnic diversity in the process of choosing upcoming nominees for the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The authors suggest that diversity should play a role in the judicial selection and that diversity likely will play such a role.
Read Gregory P. Landis & Loria B. Yeadon, Selecting the Next Nominee for the Federal Circuit: Patently Obvious to Consider Diversity, 2010 Patently-O Patent L.J. 1 (2010) here: [Nominee Diversity]
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