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Lawyer , state justice

Walter Frederick Rogosheske, lawyer, former state justice. Bar: Minnesota 1940.

Background

Rogosheske, Walter Frederick was born on July 12, 1914 in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, United States.

Education

Bachelor, University of Minnesota, 1937; Bachelor of Laws, University of Minnesota, 1939; Doctor of Laws, William Mitchell College Law.

Career

General practice, Sauk Rapids, 1940-1950; district judge, 7th Judicial District, 1950-1962; associate justice, Supreme Court Minnesota, 1962-1980. Lecturer law University of Minnesota Law School, 1951-1974, Adjunct Professor, 1980-1984. Consultant arbitration and mediation proceedings, 1980-1995.

Achievements

  • Bar: Minnesota 1940.

Membership

Chairman Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission, 1949-1950. Member Minnesota House ofReps., 1943-1949. Board of directors Amicus, Inc.

Past president Big Brothers, St. Paul. Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1945. Fellow American Bar Foundation.

Member American Bar Association (member of advisory committee prosecution and defense function, criminal law project 1968-1971, chairman 1969-1971, member of council section criminal justice 1970-1974), Minnesota Bar Association, 7th District Bar Association, American Judicature Society, Institute Judicial Administration, University of Minnesota Law Alumni Association (director).

Connections

Married Dorothy Heywood, September 29, 1940. Children: James, Thomas (deceased), Mark, Paul, Mary Alice.

spouse:
Dorothy Heywood

child:
Thomas Rogosheske (deceased)

child:
Mary Alice Rogosheske

child:
Paul Rogosheske

child:
James Rogosheske

child:
Mark Rogosheske