Judge Berrick Garland, President Biden’s nominated judge for Attorney General, goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee for his confirmation hearing on Monday.

Garland hopes to question various topics: the Justice Department’s independence, the Hunter Biden investigation, the Andrew Cuomo nursing home dispute, the Trump-Russia investigation of the Durham investigation, immigration policies, and more.

Garland’s nomination comes nearly five years after President Barack Obama nominated him to the Supreme Court. While Garland never received a hearing for the position of High Court, he would face a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to consider his nomination for the post of Attorney General.

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Here are five things to know about Mala:

1. Decision on the bench

Garland has been serving on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals for more than 20 years. He It was first appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1997. He He was the Chief Justice of the court from 2013-2020.

2. Extensive Justice Department Experience

Despite his recent history as a judge, Garland would not be new to the Justice Department if he led him. His experience with the DOJ dates back to 1979, when he began as a Special Assistant Attorney General, until 1981 he played a role. He He was a US Assistant Attorney from 1989 to 1992, a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the DOJ’s Criminal Division from 1993 to 1994, and Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General under Attorney General Janet Reno from 1994 to 1997.

FILE - In this January 7, 2021, file photo President-Elect Joe Biden's nominee for Attorney General Judge Myrick Garland, speaks during an event in Wilmington, Del.  Dale (AP Photo / Susan Salsh, File).

FILE – In this January 7, 2021, file photo President-Elect Joe Biden’s nominee for Attorney General Judge Myrick Garland, speaks during an event in Wilmington, Del. Dale (AP Photo / Susan Salsh, File).

3. Leadership after Oklahoma City bombing

Perhaps Garland’s best-known work for the DOJ was his role in the prosecution of the Oklahoma City bombing case. As deputy attorney general, the chief aide to Attorney General Reno, Garland was on the ground in Oklahoma City after the attack and led the DOJ’s prosecution team for several weeks until a permanent lead attorney was assigned to the case. He Prosecutors continued to be advised for the next two years, through preparation for the trial of bomber Timothy McVeigh.

4. Private Practice

While most of his career has been in public service, Garland worked in the private sector for a relatively short time at the law firm Arnold & Porter, where he eventually became a partner.

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5. Supreme Court Experience

While Garland was ultimately not appointed to the Supreme Court following his 2016 nomination, he has experience working for the High Court, which has Justice William Brennan.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.