The Directory of Minority Judges of the United States, Fourth Edition
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The Directory of Minority Judges of the United States, Fourth Edition

The Directory of Minority Judges of the United States, Fourth Edition
Product Code: 5230300
Publication Date: June 2007
ISBN: 978-1-59031-920-8
Page Count: 350
Trim Size: 6 x 9 Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Judicial Division
Topics: Reference
Format: Book - 5230300
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About the Directory

The ABA Judicial Division Standing Committee on Minorities in the Judiciary Directory of Minority Judges of the United States is the most comprehensive compendium of all Minority Judges in the United States. The Directory is the only book of its kind.
  • Easy to use, with geographical listings of African-American, Asian/Pacific Island, Hispanic, Native American, and Tribal Court Judges.
  • A valuable networking tool for Minority Judges, who may sometimes feel isolated, to contact colleagues sharing similar responsibilities, experiences and challenges
  • A resource for law students and young lawyers to identify role models and strengthen their commitment to the legal profession
  • A reference for members of the bar and public to identify distinguished jurists in their communities
Author: Judicial Division Standing Committee on Minorities in the Judiciary

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