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Directory of minority judges in the United States
|Statement||American Bar Association, Judicial Administration Division, Task Force on Opportunities for Minorities in the Judiciary.|
|Contributions||American Bar Association. Task Force on Opportunities for Minorities in the Judiciary.|
|LC Classifications||KF8700.A19 D573 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94224786|
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(Ref. Doc. Ju J 89/4/ & online in HathiTrust) This directory contains biographical information on all federal judges from to It contains indexes by appointing president and year of :// The directory includes the biographies of judges presidentially appointed to serve during good behavior since on the U.S.
district courts, U.S. courts of appeals, Supreme Court of the United States, and U.S. Court of International Trade, as well as the former U.S. circuit courts, Court of Claims, U.S. Customs Court, and U.S. Court of Customs and Patent :// Directory of Minority Judges of the United States American Bar Association, Judicial Division (available in Westminster Library Level 3 Ref Desk KF A19 D ) Provides names and addresses of more than minority judges.
Federal Judges Article III of the Constitution created the U.S. Supreme Court and gave Congress the power to create the federal courts of appeals and district courts. Sincemore than 3, judges have served on Article III courts. Currently, there are active African-American Article III :// Judicial Clerkship Resources General.
Judicial Yellow Book: Lists contact and biographical information for more than 2, federal judges and 1, state judges, as well as judges’ staff, court staff and law clerks.
The book is available in the Legal Research Center. For more information, click here. BNA’s Directory of State and Federal Courts, Judges and Clerks (Bureau of National There are quite a few non-white judges in the US.
I cannot speak to the other countries. I cannot give you a list. You would have to do some research. I can think of a few here in PA off the top of my head, all african american. I know some judge The Directory of Minority Judges of the United States American Bar Association, Judicial Division, Standing Committee on Minorities in the Judiciary, Jan 1, - Judges - pages 0 Reviews The Directory of Minority Judges of the United States Although somewhat dated, this directory contains contact information on African-American, Asian-Pacific Island, Hispanic, Native American and Tribal Court :// New Minority and Indigenous Trends Focus on climate justice Climate change poses a profound environmental challenge that will leave no country or community untouched.
Its social impact, if unaddressed, will reinforce inequalities, deepen poverty and leave the world’s most marginalized populations in greater :// of minority judges, %, was found in Hawaii. The states with the next highest percentages were Louisiana, New York, and Texas, where minority judges comprised approximately one-fifth of the bench.
Interestingly, at the time this data was collected, there were no minority judges serving on appellate or United States Tribal Courts Directory: This directory contains contact information from courts in 32 states with background information provided for selected courts.
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state includes the year in which the women were admitted to practice law (in parentheses). Also included are women who achieved other distinctions such becoming the first in their state to obtain a law degree or become a political ://This provocative book is essential reading for anyone interested in the politics of judicial selection, law and politics, or the electoral process.
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