History of the Federal Judiciary


  Biographical Directory of Federal Judges
Mack, Julian William
Born July 19, 1866, in San Francisco, CA
Died September 5, 1943, in New York, NY

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Nominated by William H. Taft on December 12, 1910, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 539. Confirmed by the Senate on January 31, 1911, and received commission on January 31, 1911. Service terminated on June 30, 1929, due to reassignment.

Judge, U.S. Circuit Courts for the Seventh Circuit
Nominated by William H. Taft on December 12, 1910, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 539. Confirmed by the Senate on January 31, 1911, and received commission on January 31, 1911. Service terminated on December 31, 1911, due to abolition of the court.

Judge, Commerce Court
Nominated by William H. Taft on December 12, 1910, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 539. Confirmed by the Senate on January 31, 1911, and received commission on January 31, 1911. Service terminated on December 13, 1913, due to abolition of the court.

Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Reassigned on July 1, 1929, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 539. Service terminated on June 30, 1930, due to reassignment.

Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Reassigned on July 1, 1929, to a new seat authorized by 36 Stat. 539. Assumed senior status on September 6, 1940. Service terminated on September 5, 1943, due to death.

Education:
Harvard Law School, LL.B., 1887

Professional Career:
Parker Fellow (awarded by Harvard University), Universities of Berlin and Leipzig, 1887-1890
Private practice, Chicago, Illinois, 1890-1895
Professor of law, Northwestern University, 1895-1902
Professor of law, University of Chicago, 1902-1911
Judge, Illinois Circuit Court, Cook County, 1904-1905
Judge, Illinois Appellate Court, 1905-1911
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