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Federal Courts by the Numbers


Currently, there are over 100 judicial vacancies in our federal courts. The chart below details the vacancy by court. For an up-to-the-minute list of federal vacancies, click here to visit the official U.S. Courts site.

Court Vacancies Total Judgeships
U.S. Court of Appeals (Circuit Court) 11 179
U.S. District Courts 108 677
U.S. Court of Federal Claims 11 16
U.S. Court of International Trade 2 9

Circuit Courts


 

Key:

Circuit Courts are grouped by color.

Click on a circuit to see nominee list and access bios. For small states and Washington DC, click the icons with 2-letter abbreviations.

  • Orange dots: circuit court judicial vacancies
  • Red dots: nominees
  • Gold dots: nominees recently confirmed


District Courts


 

Key:

Click on a state to see nominee list and access bios. For small states and Washington DC, click the icons with 2-letter abbreviations.

  • Green dots: district court judicial vacancies
  • Yellow dots: nominees
  • Blue dots: nominees recently confirmed


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