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William Joseph Lynch, American judge. Member Illinois senate from 9th District, 1950-1957, minority leader, 1953, 55, 57.; Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.; Member American, Illinois, Chicago (board of managers) bar associations.

Background

Lynch, William Joseph was born on June 6, 1908 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William Joseph and Catherine (Tynan) Lynch.

Education

Graduate Loyola University School Law, 1931.

Career

Admitted to Illinois bar, 1931. Partner Lynch, Fazio & Cullen, Chicago, 1931-1933. Assistant states attorney, Cook County, Illinois, 1933-1938.

Private practice law, Chicago, 1938-1942. General counsel Cartage Exchange of Chicago, Inc., 1938-1942. Partner Daley & Lynch, Chicago, 1946-1955, Lynch & Schaller, Chicago, 1955-1962, Lynch, Schaller & Reilly, 1962-1966.

Judge The United States of America District Court, Northern District Illinois, Chicago, 1966-1976. General attorney Chicago Transit Authority, 1957.

Membership

Member Illinois senate from 9th District, 1950-1957, minority leader, 1953, 55, 57. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American, Illinois, Chicago (board of managers) bar associations.

Connections

father:
William Joseph Lynch

mother:
Catherine (Tynan) Lynch