Christopher Kang | Office of the White House Counsel
Christopher Kang's office in the White House complex had mostly bare walls during a recent interview, but the imprint of his work will be visible for decades. Kang, 35, is a senior counsel to President Barack Obama and the one running the selection process for new federal judges. He works with lawmakers and interest groups to develop lists of candidates, conducts interviews, reviews possible nominees' records and, once they're nominated, pushes to get them through the Senate.
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