Judicial Winning: Amul Thapar

On September 11, 2001, Amul Thapar was a passenger on a plane that was grounded amid the terrorist attack that day. That motivated him to apply for a position as a federal prosecutor. He has been in public service ever since.

Thapar was the first Article III judge of South Asian descent in American history, appointed to the Eastern District of Kentucky by President Bush and elevated to the Sixth Circuit by President Trump — his first judicial appointment after elevating Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court …

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