Tamika Montgomery-Reeves Is Confirmed U.S Court Of Appeals

Tamika Montgomery-Reeves, the first Black woman to serve on Delaware’s highest court, to a seat on a federal appeals court, as Democrats push to approve more of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees during the lame-duck Congress.

According to, “The Senate voted 53-35 to approve Montgomery-Reeves’ nomination to the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, making her the second Black woman to serve on the Philadelphia-based court.”


“Montgomery-Reeves, 41, has served on the Delaware Supreme Court since 2019 after four years as a judge on the business-focused Delaware Court of Chancery. She was earlier a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.”
“Republicans during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee in September sharply questioned Montgomery-Reeves about a proposal to alter the state’s bar exam to reduce racial bias in the legal profession.”
Here at DETV we are very proud of Justice Tamika Montgomery-Reeves and we know she will make Delaware proud.
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