The Federal Bar Council Applauds Passage of the Daniel Anderl Judicial Security Act
December 19, 2022
The Federal Bar Council is pleased to announce and celebrate the recent passage of the Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act as part of the NDAA last week.
Sharon Nelles, President of the Council, expressed gratitude for all who contributed to the measure’s passage and urged President Biden to sign the bill into law.
“The safety of judges is central to the Federal Bar Council’s core mission of supporting the rule of law and the fair administration of justice, so we have been at the forefront of supporting this measure to protect federal judges since the legislation was introduced,” said Nelles. “Our President Emeritus Jon Moses and President-elect Shawn Regan spearheaded our efforts, and I am particularly grateful for their work on behalf of our 2000+ members,” she added.
“We are also grateful for the leadership of Senator Schumer for ensuring this measure was included in the NDAA, and for the many members of Congress within the Second Circuit who responded to our request for support and co-sponsorship. We urge President Biden to sign it into law,” concluded Nelles.
- Read about the Act’s passage on December 15th as part of the NDAA.
- Read about the Council’s advocacy efforts
- Listen to the Law.com podcast regarding this legislation, featuring President Emeritus Jonathan M. Moses and President-Elect Shawn Patrick Regan