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Norma Holloway Johnson was American federal judge. Bar: District of Columbia 1962, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1967. Board directors Judiciary Leadership Development Council; Fellow American Bar Foundation; member National Bar Association, Federal Judges Association, American Judicature Society, Supreme Court History Society, American Inns of Court (William Bryant inn).

Background

Johnson, Norma Holloway was born in July 1932 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of H. Lee and Beatrice (Williams) Holloway.

Education

Bachelor of Science, District of Columbia Teachers College, 1955. Juris Doctor, Georgetown University, 1962.

Career

Private practice law, Washington, 1963. Attorney civil division Department Justice, 1963-1967. Assistant Corporate Counsel Office of Corporation Counsel, 1967-1970.

Judge District of Columbia Superior Court, 1970-1980, United States District Court (District of Columbia district), Washington, 1980-1997, chief judge, 1997-2001. Senior judge The United States of America District Court (District of Columbia dist), 2001—2003.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia 1962, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1967.

Membership

Board directors Judiciary Leadership Development Council. Fellow American Bar Foundation. Member National Bar Association, Federal Judges Association, American Judicature Society, Supreme Court History Society, American Inns of Court (William Bryant inn).

Connections

Married Julius A. Johnson, June 18, 1964.

father:
H. Lee Holloway

mother:
Beatrice (Williams) Holloway

spouse:
Julius A. Johnson