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Ralph Karl Winter

Ralph Karl Winter, American federal judge. Bar: Connecticut 1973. Recipient Connecticut Law Review award, Learned Hand award, Federal Bar Council.

Background

  • Winter, Ralph Karl was born on July 30, 1935 in Waterbury, Connecticut, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Yale University, 1957. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1960. Juris Doctor (honorary), Brooklyn Law School.

      Juris Doctor (honorary), New York Law School.

    Career

    • Research associate, lecturer Yale University, 1962—1964, from assistant professor associate professor law, 1967—1978, William K. Townsend professor law, 1978—1982, adjunct professor law, since 1982. Special consultant subcommittee on separation of powers United States Senate Committee on Judiciary, 1968—1972. Senior fellow Brookings Institute, 1968—1970.

      Adjunct scholar American Enterprise Institute, 1972—1982. Judge United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea Circuit), New Haven, 1982—1997, chief judge, 1997—2000, senior judge, since 2000. Judge Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), since 2003.

      Visiting professor law University Chicago, 1966. Advisory committee civil rules Judicial Conference United States, 1987—1992, chairman advisory committee rules evidence, 1993—1996, executive committee, 1998—2000, chairman executive committee, 1999—2000.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Connecticut 1973.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Connections

    • Married.
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    Nationality

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