Almanac of the Federal Judiciary

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Aspen Publishers, 1995 - Law - 2130 pages
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The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary has built its considerable reputation by providing balanced, responsible judicial profiles of every federal judge and all the key bankruptcy judges and magistrate judges -- profiles that include reliable inside information based on interviews with lawyers who have argued cases before the federal judiciary.

Containing valuable, hard-to-find material on every federal trial judge and appellate judge in the nation, this unique resource includes:

  • Each judge's academic and professional background, experience on the bench, noteworthy rulings, and media coverage
  • Candid, revealing commentary by lawyers, based on first-hand experiences before their local federal judges
  • Helpful tips for your litigating team in shaping case strategy
  • Important insights into each judge's style, demeanor, knowledge, and management of courtroom proceedings
  • And continuing in-depth research, with semiannual updates.

The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary is divided into two volumes:

  • Volume 1: District Magistrates and Bankruptcy Judges
  • Volume 2: Circuit Judges

 

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Contents

judiciary reported by several news organizations Chief international treaty to seek legal help form the Mexican
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Roberts John G Jr 2
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Breyer and his wife traveled to Ketchikan Alaska for opinion upholding a federal law that permits the government
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Appointed in 2005 by President G W Bush
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Breyer Stephen G 8
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As a district judge declining to extend the implied damages action recognized
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Kagan Elena 14
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todays children and of generations to come From their homework a hot bench as appellate advocates
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FIRST CIRCUIT
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Professional Associations Prior to Confirmation
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searching and persistent sort of questioning from Ginsburg 1981 History Worcester College Oxford M Phil 1983
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Other Activities Lawyers Club Metropolitan Club
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Honors and Awards Phi Beta Kappa Harvard
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Manion Daniel A 40
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Lynch Sandra Lea 3
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Publications New Rules and Old Pose Stumbling Blocks
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Obamas pointed commentary painted the Court as a conservative tool of corporate interests
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lawyers in the Hamdan v Rumsfeld case that Justice Scalia opinion on his view of the history and original meaning
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1955
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Education Harvard College A B summa cum laude
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Sotomayor Sonia 21
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nationwide Dialogue of Freedom with Americas youth to 54 majority Justice Kennedy struck down the death penalty
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THIRD CIRCUIT
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Sentelle David B 2
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Private Practice Hogan Hartson 198689 199303
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Ginsburg Douglas H 9
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Ambro Thomas L 9
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Fuentes Julio M 15
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Kavanaugh Brett M 15
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Sloviter Dolores K 22
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attorney to 33 months in prison for defrauding the Federal transpire in open court
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Randolph A Raymond 27
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Vanaskie Thomas I 27
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Garth Leonard I 31
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Clerkships Law Clerk Hon Henry Friendly United
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VanAntwerpen Franklin S 43
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FOURTH CIRCUIT
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1994 Tribute to Justice Harry A Blackmun 43 Rights L Rev 493 2005 Tribute to John Pickering 103
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FIFTH CIRCUIT
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Easterbrook Frank H 3
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Government Positions Assistant US Attorney D which lodges broad power in the President to superintend
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Flaum Joel M 7
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Government Positions Special Assistant Attorney
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Silberman Laurence Hirsch 30
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General William French Smith United States Department
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Clement Edith Brown 7
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Posner Richard A 14
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Rovner Ilana Diamond 21
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appraises Roberts aggressive style of questioning on the precedent is not an ironclad rule If it were Roberts
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Tinder John D 25
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Williams Stephen F 34
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Coffey John L 33
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Davis W Eugene 8
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Lipez Kermit V 8
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Shepherd Bobby E 15
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Stahl Norman H 16
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Does Innocence Matter? October
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Dennis James L 9
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A 54 decision authored by Justice Kennedy holds Gary Minda Arbitration in the PostColdWar Era 22
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In her remarks for the American Law Memoriam David Westfall 119 Harvard Law Review 947
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participated with seeming gusto in a book tour in an eightjustice majority Scalia held that US securities
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Legal Times discusses
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The term was also generally a good one for the business community Mayer Brown appellate
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solicitor general a tricky task for someone who had never
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SECOND CIRCUIT
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considerable speculation about whether the first female
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with as the lawyer hell oppose Ever the law professor
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Ginsburg said she and Justice OConnor were threatened in ruling which narrowed the scope of the vague
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of Chief Justice Roberts The New York Times notes that
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Jacobs Dennis 4
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States could learn from compromises Israeli courts have Breyer 5 Seton Hall Con L J 307 1994 Justice Stephen
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just to see if you are on your toes In a nowlegendary
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Chin Denny 13
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King Carolyn Dineen 15
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Wollman Roger L 16
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US 833 1992 Scalia J concurring in the University Press of Kansas February 2006 James Staab
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Access to Justice in the United States 7 Washington 2000
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ELEVENTH CIRCUIT
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term Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times concludes
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Cames Edward Earl 8
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Marcus Stanley 17
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Wilson Charles R 24
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Hill James C 30
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the Court will take under Chief Justice Roberts At the very
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Rader Randall R 3
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Barksdale Rhesa H 21
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Bowman Pasco M II 21
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