History of the Federal Judiciary


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Kiley, Roger Joseph
Born October 23, 1900, in Chicago, IL
Died September 6, 1974

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Nominated by John F. Kennedy on June 20, 1961, to a seat vacated by William Lynn Parkinson. Confirmed by the Senate on June 27, 1961, and received commission on June 30, 1961. Assumed senior status on January 1, 1974. Service terminated on September 6, 1974, due to death.

Education:
Notre Dame Law School, LL.B., 1923

Professional Career:
Assistant football coach, 1922-1927, 1930-1932; University of Notre Dame, 1922; Loyola University, 1923-1927; Auburn University, 1930-1932
Professional football player, Chicago Cardinals, National Football League, 1923
Private practice, Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1940
Alderman, Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1940
Judge, Superior Court of Cook County [Illinois], 1940
Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, First District, 1941-1961

 

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