N.H. well served by its federal judges--a credit to political process of Granite State

Cook, Bradford E.
September 1994
New Hampshire Business Review;9/16/94, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p16
Features the federal court judges in New Hampshire. Jurisdiction of the Federal Court; Appointment of federal judges; Names and backgrounds of the judges; Names and background of New Hampshire's senior judges; Nature of senior judges.


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