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Rogers, Henry Wade

Born October 10, 1853, in Holland Patent, NY
Died August 16, 1926, in Pennington, NJ

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Nominated by Woodrow Wilson on September 18, 1913, to a seat vacated by Walter Chadwick Noyes. Confirmed by the Senate on September 29, 1913, and received commission on September 29, 1913. Service terminated on August 16, 1926, due to death.

University of Michigan, B.A., 1874
Read law, 1877
University of Michigan, M.A., 1877

Professional Career:

Private practice, Minnesota, 1877-
Private practice, New Jersey, -1882
Tappan professor of law, University of Michigan, 1882-1886
Dean, Law Department, University of Michigan, 1886-1890
President, Northwestern University, 1890-1900
Faculty, Yale Law School, 1900-1916; lecturer, 1900-1901; professor, 1901-1920; dean, 1903-1916
Member, Conference of Senior Circuit Judges (now Judicial Conference of the United States), 1922-1925