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U.S. Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judges

Name Class year Notability References
Carlos Bea
(born 1938)
A.B. 1956
LL.B. 1958
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2003–present)
Consuelo Maria Callahan
(born 1950)
A.B. 1972 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2003–present)
Associate Justice of the California Third District Court of Appeal (1996–2003)
Richard Harvey Chambers
(1906–1994)
LL.B. 1932 Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1959–1976)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1954–1959)
Benjamin C. Duniway
(1907–1986)
LL.B. 1931 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1961–1976)
Associate Justice of the California First District Court of Appeal (1959–1961)
Raymond C. Fisher
(born 1939)
LL.B. 1966 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1999–present)
Betty Binns Fletcher
(born 1923)
A.B. 1943 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1979–1998)
Cynthia Holcomb Hall
(born 1929)
A.B. 1951
LL.B. 1954
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1984–1997)
Judge of the Central District of California (1981–1984)
Shirley Hufstedler
(born 1925)
LL.B. 1949 1st United States Secretary of Education (1979–1981)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1968–1979)
Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Five (1966–1968)
Procter R. Hug, Jr.
(born 1931)
LL.B. 1958 Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1996–2000)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1977–1996; 2000–2002)
Gilbert H. Jertberg
(1897–1973)
A.B. 1920
LL.B. 1922
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1958–1967)
Judge of the Southern District of California (1955–1958)
Dal Millington Lemmon
(1887–1958)
A.B. 1908 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1954–1958)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1947–1954)
William Albert Norris
(born 1927)
LL.B. 1954 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1980–1994)
Pamela Ann Rymer
(1941–2011)
LL.B. 1964 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1989–2011)
Judge of the Central District of California (1983–1989)

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