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Camp Trousdale

Camp Trousdale, in Portland, Sumner County, Tennessee, was an early staging and training area for Tennessee Confederate units during the American Civil War, used from June through November 1861. A number of units of the Confederate Army of Tennes ...

                                               

Federal Register Modernization Act

The Federal Register Modernization Act is a bill that would require the Federal Register to be published, rather than printed, and that documents in the Federal Register be made available for sale or distribution to the public in published form. ...

                                               

California Administrative Procedure Act

The California Administrative Procedure Act is a series of acts of the California Legislature first enacted 15 June 1945 that requires California state agencies to adopt regulations in accordance with its provisions. It predates the federal Admin ...

                                               

Lance Gun

Lancelot Townsend Gun was an Australian first-class cricketer and lawyer. He is believed to have been the first bowler to use bodyline tactics.

                                               

Women in law in Canada

Women in law in Canada describes the role played by women in the legal profession and related occupations in Canada, which includes lawyers, prosecutors, judges, legal scholars, law professors and law school deans. In Canada, while 37.1% of lawye ...

                                               

United States v. Swartz

In United States of America v. Aaron Swartz, Aaron Swartz, an American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist, was prosecuted for many violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986, after downloading a gre ...

                                               

Hearst Corp. v. Goldberger

Hearst Corp. v. Goldberger was a case out of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in which the court developed a reasoned framework to determine the proper exercise of personal jurisdiction in cases involving activity in ...

                                               

List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Chase Court

This is a partial chronological list of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court decided during the Chase Court, the tenure of Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase from December 15, 1864 through May 7, 1873.

                                               

Lubna Saleem Pervez

Lubna Saleem Pervez is a Pakistani jurist who has been Justice of the Islamabad High Court since 13 December 2019. She was appointed as an additional judge for initial term of one year. She is the first female judge of IHC since its inception in ...

                                               

Chaudhry Mushtaq Ahmed

Ahmed was born on 7 April 1959 in village of Head Faqirian in Malikwal Tehsil of Mandi Bahauddin District located in Punjab province of Pakistan. Ahmed attended Government High School in village Mona which is also located in Mandi Bahaudduin dist ...

                                               

Chauhdry Abdul Aziz

Aziz was inducted into Lahore High Court LHC as an additional justice on 26 November 2016. He became permanent Justice of the LHC on 22 October 2018.

                                               

Sadiq Mahmud Khurram

Khurram was inducted into Lahore High Court LHC as an additional justice on 23 October 2018. He became permanent Justice of the LHC on 18 October 2019.

                                               

Muzammil Akhtar Shabbir

Shabbir was inducted into Lahore High Court LHC as an additional justice on 26 November 2016. He became permanent Justice of the LHC on 22 October 2018.

                                               

Howard H. Dana Jr.

Howard H. Dana Jr., of Portland, Maine, was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from March 4, 1993 to March 2, 2007. Born in Portland, Maine, Dana graduated from Bowdoin College in 1962 and received a JD and MPA from Cornell University ...

                                               

Charles Danforth

Charles Danforth, of Gardiner, Maine, was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from January 5, 1864 to March 30, 1890. Born in norridgewock, Maine, Danforth to read the law he was admitted to the bar in 1838. He settled in Gardiner in 18 ...

                                               

Artemus Libbey

Artemus Libbey, of Augusta, Maine, was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from April 24, 1875 to April 24, 1882, and again from January 11, 1883 to March 15, 1894. Born in freedom, Maine, Libbeys family moved to Albion, Maine, in 1825, ...

                                               

Edward F. Merrill

Edward F. Merrill was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from June 2, 1948 to April 7, 1954, serving as Chief Justice from March 18, 1953 to April 7, 1954. Born in skowhegan, Maine, Merrill was educated in the local schools. He receive ...

                                               

Abraham M. Rudman

Abraham M. Rudman was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from March 1, 1965 to December 14, 1966. Born in Bangor, Maine, Rudman graduated from the University of Maine School of law in 1917 and served in the U.S. Navy during world war I ...

                                               

List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Marshall Court

This is a partial chronological list of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court during the Marshall Court, the tenure of Chief Justice John Marshall from February 4, 1801 through July 6, 1835.

                                               

Arthur Prentice Rugg

Arthur Prentice Rugg was a Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court from 1906 to 1938, serving as Chief Justice from 1911 to 1938. He was appointed by Governor Eugene Foss. Rugg was born on 20 Aug 1862 in sterling, Massachusetts. He wa ...

                                               

Arthur Whittemore

Arthur Easterbrook Whittemore was a Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court from 1955 to 1969. He was appointed by Governor Christian Herter. Wittmer was born 3 Jun 1896 in reading, Massachusetts, to father Frederick Ellsworth Wittmer ...

                                               

Leslie Perkins Snow

Leslie Perkins Snow was a Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court from 1921 to 1932. Born in Eaton, state of new Hampshire, the snow became a teacher at the age of 16 years. He received a bachelors degree from Dartmouth College and a law degre ...

                                               

Rivera v. Bane

Rivera v Bane, Index No. 45305/92, refers to a case before the New York State Supreme Court of New York County that produced several rulings regarding the right of an individual to receive certain documents prior to a New York fair hearing.

                                               

Syed Arshad Ali

He registered as an advocate of High Court in 1996. Until 2007, he worked with "Afridi, Shah and Minallah", a law firm located in Peshawar. Later, he started his own firm in Peshawar and named it "Syed Arshad Ali and Associates". In 2012, he star ...

                                               

Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (Pakistani judge)

Khan was born in Swabi located in Swabi District of Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He studied at Cadet College Kohat from 1974 to 1979. He also studied at Khyber Law College affiliated with the University of Peshawar.

                                               

List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Taney Court

This is a partial chronological list of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court decided during the Taney Court, the tenure of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney from March 28, 1836 through October 12, 1864.

                                               

Colorado River Indian Tribes v. National Indian Gaming Commission

Colorado River Indian Tribes v. National Indian Gaming Commission, 05-5402, was a decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that was handed down on October 20, 2006.

                                               

Linchpins of Liberty v. United States

Linchpins of Liberty v. United States is a case decided in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, in which the IRS agreed to a formal apology to all plaintiffs of the case. The IRS targeting groups based on a political v ...

                                               

United States Telecom Assn v. FCC (2016)

USTA v. FCC is the 2016 court case in which the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld the Federal Communication Commissions reclassification of broadband services as telecommunications services subject to common carrier regulation under Ti ...

                                               

Bryan v. MacPherson

Bryan v. McPherson, 630 F.3d 805, was heard by United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in October 2009. Plaintiff-appellee Carl Bryan was tasered by defendant-appellant Officer Brian MacPherson after being pulled over to the side of ...

                                               

CollegeSource, Inc. v. AcademyOne, Inc.

CollegeSource, Inc. v. AcademyOne, Inc., 653 F.3d 1066, was a United States legal case in which CollegeSource sued AcademyOne for a number of claims including Computer Fraud and Abuse. The case was dismissed by the Honorable Gonzalo P. Curiel in ...

                                               

United States v. Garcia

United States v. Garcia was a 2007 Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals case regarding the use of GPS devices. The court ruled that placing a GPS tracking device on a personal vehicle without a warrant did not violate a suspects Fourth Amendment rights.

                                               

Taubman Co. v. Webfeats

Taubman Co. v. Webfeats, 319 F.3d 770, 778 was a United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit case concerning trademark infringement under the Lanham Act due to the unauthorized use of a domain name and website. The appellate court held t ...

                                               

Taylor v. City of Saginaw

In Taylor v. City of Saginaw, et al., No. 17-2126, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that the practice of" chalking” in which parking enforcement officers apply chalk to mark the tires of parked vehicles in order to tr ...

                                               

John A. Tyson

John Ambrose Tyson was a judge of the United States Tax Court from 1935 to 1950. Born in Denmark, Tennessee, Tyson visited a local school and received a bachelors degree in 1894 from Jackson male Academy, later renamed the University Union, Jacks ...

                                               

John B. Milliken

John B. Milliken was a judge of the United States Board of Tax Appeals from 1926 to 1929. Born in LEWISVILLE, Texas, Milliken attended southwestern University and then studied law at the University of Texas. He tried to enlist in the U.S. Armed f ...

                                               

List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Waite Court

This is a partial chronological list of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court decided during the Waite Court, the tenure of Chief Justice Morrison Waite from March 4, 1874 through March 23, 1888.

                                               

John L. Badalamenti

John Leonard Badalamenti is a Florida judge and is a nominee to be a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

                                               

Joseph Lewis, Jr. (Florida judge)

Lewis was born in Tallahassee in 1953. He attended the University of Montana, graduating in 1974, and the Florida State University College of Law in 1977. After graduation, he worked as a judicial research aide at the Florida Industrial Relations ...

                                               

Paul V. Malloy

Paul V. Malloy is the presiding circuit court judge for Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. He graduated with a Batchelors degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1981, and received his law degree from John Marshall ...

                                               

Aernout Philip Theodoor Eyssell

Eyssell was born on July 19, 1837 in The Hague. His father was the lawyer Martinus Eyssell 1807–1888 and his mother Henriette Elsabine Vreede 1813–1876. In 1855 he started studying law at Utrecht University. In 1859 he obtained a doctoral degree. ...

                                               

Anne Dugas-Horsman

Dugas-Horsman was created a Justice of the Provincial Court of New Brunswick in 2001. She had been a practicing lawyer at the office of Fowler and Fowler in Moncton until then, and had presided over the Moncton CPP review tribunal. In 2002, Dugas ...

                                               

John Gernoun

John Gernoun, or Gernon was an Irish judge who held office as Serjeant-at-law and Chief Justice of the Irish Common Pleas. He claimed descent from the family of de Gernon who are listed as "barons" in the Domesday Book. His father Roger Gernoun w ...

                                               

Henry Duffe

Henry Duffe was an Irish judge of the late fifteenth century. He was born in Drogheda, an old Anglo-Irish family who settled in Ireland soon after the Norman conquest, and later he and his wife Katherine jointly acquired land in the Shenandoah va ...

                                               

John de Braideston

John de Braideston was an English Crown official who also served as a judge in Ireland. He heard for the first time in Kent, as a supplier of grain. In 1327 he was Manager of Walter Reynolds, Archbishop of Canterbury and in the following year sat ...

                                               

Thomas atte Crosse

Thomas atte Crosse, also called Thomas de Crosse was an English cleric, Crown official and judge, who had a highly successful career in both England and Ireland. Little is written about his early years, but by 1336 it was referred to as the offic ...

                                               

William de Tickhill

William de Tickhill was an English cleric, Crown official and judge who served very briefly as Chief Baron of the Irish Exchequer. He took his name from his birth in Tickhill, South Yorkshire. It was presented to the living of steeple Morden, Cam ...

                                               

John Wyse

John Wyse was an Irish judge who held office as Chief Baron of the Irish Exchequer. He was born in Waterford. He was a member of a long established software Wyse family of St Estate of Jones, who settled in the city, about 1169, during the Norman ...

                                               

P. Kevin Brobson

P. Kevin Brobson is a judge on the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania - one of Pennsylvanias two intermediate apellate courts. He was elected to the bench in 2009 and sworn in on January 6, 2010.

                                               

Andrew L. Osborn

Andrew Lawrence Osborn was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana from December 16, 1872 to January 4, 1875. Born in new haven, Connecticut, Osborne received his early education in that state. At the age of twenty years he moved to Chicago whe ...