Some articles on judge, chief judge:
... for Australia’s leading newspapers Justice Colin Allen, Judge of NSW Supreme Court, Master of Supreme Court 1979–86 John Armitage OAM, Deputy Speaker of the Australian ... Judge Peter Grogan of the District Court (Captain of School 1951), Chancellor of Anglican Diocese of Sydney Hugh Hudson, SA MHA (ALP) (1965–1979 ... QC, Commissioner of NSW Law Reform Commission, former Judge of NSW Supreme Court Right Rev Clive Kerle, Bishop of Armidale Sir Frank Kitto, Justice of the High Court (1950–1970), Chancellor of ...
... He served as Chief Judge of the Sixth Circuit from October 1, 1996, until September 30, 2003 and is now Chief Judge Emeritus ... During his tenure as Chief Judge steered the Circuit through a turbulent period when up to seven of the sixteen judgeships were vacant due to an impasse between Congress and the ... active member of the court, he is its most senior active judge ...
... Laurie Smith Camp (born November 28, 1953) is Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska ... Chief Judge Smith Camp joined the court in 2001 after being nominated by President George W ... Bush and became Chief Judge on December 1, 2011 ...
13, 1873 – January 18, 1943) was an American jurist who served as chief judge of the supreme court of the U.S ... As a jurist, Bond served as a trial judge on the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City from 1911 to 1924 ... He was appointed an associate judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals in 1924, and promoted to chief judge that same year ...
... He served as Chief Judge of the Sixth Circuit from October 1, 1996, until September 30, 2003 and is now Chief Judge Emeritus ... During his tenure as Chief Judge steered the Circuit through a turbulent period when up to seven of the sixteen judgeships were vacant due to an impasse between Congress and ... As the longest serving active member of the court, he is its most senior active judge ...
Famous quotes containing the words judge and/or chief:
“To judge the appearances we receive of things, we should need a judicatory instrument; to verify this instrument, we should need a demonstration; to rectify this demonstration, we should need an instrument: so here we are arguing in a circle.
Seeing the senses cannot decide our dispute, being themselves full of uncertainty, we must have recourse to Reason; there is no reason but must be built upon another reason, so here we are retreating backwards to all eternity.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“But chief to heedless flies the window proves
A constant death; where gloomily retired,
The villain spider lives, cunning and fierce,
Mixture abhorred! Amid a mangled heap
Of carcases in eager watch he sits,
Oerlooking all his waving snares around.”
—James Thomson (17001748)