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Justice Newton C. Young (N.D. Supreme Court)

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On this date in 1862, Newton C. Young was born in Mount Pleasant, Iowa.  Raised on a farm and educated in Tabor, Iowa and Iowa City, Young went on to graduate Iowa State University in 1886, and received his law degree in 1887 from the same institution.  In 1887, Young moved to Bathgate, which was then located in the northern Dakota Territory and started in private practice. Young also served as
Today, Larry Richards was elected Vice-President of the Greater Grand Forks County Bar Association.  Larry will begin his new position after he is sworn in on February 27th.  Until he takes his new position, Larry will continue as Secretary/Treasurer of the Association.  Along with Larry, Sarah Gereszek was elected President to replace current President Ted Sandberg while Cassie Scheving will replace Larry in the position of Secretary/Treasurer.

Justice Joseph Bradley

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On this date in 1892, Justice Joseph Bradley passed away in Washington, D.C. at the age of 78.  Born on March 14, 1813 in Berne, New York, Bradley graduated Rutgers University in 1836.  Bradley moved to Newark, New Jersey and was admitted to the Bar in that state in 1839.  In private practice in New Jersey, Bradley became nationally known for specializing in patent and railroad law.  On February 7, 1870, Joseph

Justice Noah Swayne

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On this date in 1862, Noah Swayne was nominated by President Abraham Lincoln to serve as an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court.  Born on December 7, 1804 in Frederick County, Virginia, Swayne was raised in a traditional Quaker family.  He "read the law" and was admitted to the Virginia Bar in 1823.  In 1824, Swayne moved to Coshocton, Ohio where he took up private practice.  In 1825, Swayne

Justice Beryl Levine (N.D. Supreme Court)

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On this date in 1985, Beryl Levine was appointed by Governor George Sinner to the position of Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court.  Born on November 9, 1935 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Levine went on to attend the University of Manitoba from 1952 to 1955.  Levine, who was a housewife at the time, emigrated to the United States in 1955 and later became a U.S. citizen.  After living in Cleveland, Ohio for several


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