While the judiciary may be more educated now about sexual harassment and discrimination in its midst, and have iterated their internal procedures, complaints by employees of the judiciary continue. Congress held hearings in March on the Judiciary Accountability Act, in which witnesses testified about the continued lack of transparency, due process, and unbiased adjudication. It seems ironic that the very branch that dispenses justice can’t get this policy change right for itself.

Read this first person account of a former clerk who submitted a statement: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2022/03/judiciary-accountability-act-harassment-lawsuits.html