The Biden administration has begun setting up a commission aimed at Supreme Court reform and the federal judiciary, according to a Politico report.
Sources close to the matter told the publication that nine to 15 people are expected to be appointed to the commission that will study court reform.
Those who are expected to be on the commission include Yale Law professor and Obama-era Deputy Assistant Attorney General Cristina Rodríguez and former American Constitution Society President Caroline Fredrickson.
Harvard Law professor and former Bush-era Assistant Attorney General Jack Goldsmith has also reportedly been tapped to join the commission, according to the report.
The commission will fall under the scope of the White House counsel’s office, Politico reports, with assistance from Biden campaign lawyer Bob Bauer.