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Clark, Charles Edward
Born December 9, 1889, in Woodbridge, CT
Died December 13, 1963, in Hamden, CT

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Nominated by Franklin D. Roosevelt on January 5, 1939, to a new seat authorized by 52 Stat. 584. Confirmed by the Senate on March 7, 1939, and received commission on March 9, 1939. Served as chief judge, 1954-1959. Service terminated on December 13, 1963, due to death.

Education:
Yale College, B.A., 1911
Yale Law School, LL.B., 1913

Professional Career:
Private practice, New Haven, Connecticut, 1913-1919
State representative, Connecticut, 1917-1918
Professor of law, Yale Law School, 1919-1929
Deputy judge, Hamden [Connecticut] Town Court, 1927-1931
Sterling professor of law and dean, Yale Law School, 1929-1939
Special assistant attorney general, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, 1938
Visiting lecturer in law, Yale University, 1951-1963
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