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Federal judge

Alfred M. Wolin was American federal judge.


Wolin, Alfred M. was born on September 17, 1932 in Orange, New Jersey, United States. Son of George and Juliet (Rosenstock) Wolin.


Bachelor, University Michigan, 1954. Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor, Rutgers University, 1959.


Private practice, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1960-1980. Judge Union County District Court, 1980-1985, Union County Superior Court, Elizabeth, 1985-1987, United States District Court, Newark, 1987—2000, senior judge, 2000—2004. Attorney Roselle Board Adjustment, 1965-1974.

Legislation aide to Senator Matthew J. Rinaldo, New Jersey Senate, 1970-1972. Special assistant prosecutor Union County, 1970. Congressional field representative 12th congressional district, 1972-1979.

Municipal prosecutor Town of Westfield, New Jersey, 1973-1974.


Chief staff attorney Union County Legal Aid Society, 1964-1974. Member Union County Ethics Committee, secretary, 1970-1978, executive committee Statewide Speedy Trial Committee, Conference Presiding Criminal Judges, Criminal Practice Committee. Active Temple Emanuel, Jewish Federation Center New Jersey SPC 2 United States Army, 1954-1956, Germany.

Member American Bar Association, American Judicature Society, New Jersey Bar Association (judicial selection, discipline of the bar, lawyer referral committees), Union County Bar Association (secretary 1970-1974, president elect 1975, president 1976, judicial appointments committee), Federal Judges Association.


Married Jane Zapiekov, March 27, 1960. Children: Roger, Marc.

George Wolin

Juliet (Rosenstock) Wolin

Jane Zapiekov

Roger Wolin

Marc Wolin