History of the Federal Judiciary


History of the Federal Judiciary


  About Judicial History Resources
The History of the Federal Judiciary portion of the Federal Judicial Center’s Web site presents basic reference information about the history of the federal courts and the judges who have served on the federal courts since 1789. It was compiled by the Federal Judicial History Office in furtherance of the Federal Judicial Center’s statutory mandate to “conduct, coordinate, and encourage programs relating to the history of the judicial branch of the United States government.”

Jake Kobrick, associate historian, serves as managing editor of the
History of the Federal Judiciary site.

Published references to information found on the site should use the citation:
History of the Federal Judiciary. http://www.fjc.gov. Web site of the Federal Judicial Center, Washington, D.C.

 

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