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Allen Schwartz

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Allen Schwartz
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Current Court Information:
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Title:   Former Judge
Position:   Seat #21
Service:
Appointed by:   Bill Clinton
Active:   11/22/1993 - 3/22/2003
Preceded by:   Vincent Broderick
Succeeded by:   Kenneth Karas
Personal History
Born:   1934
Undergraduate:   City College of New York, Baruch College (1955)
Law School:   University of Pennsylvania Law School (1958)

Allen G. Schwartz (1934-2003) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Schwartz was nominated by President Bill Clinton on October 27, 1993, to a seat vacated by Vincent Broderick; he was confirmed by the Senate on November 20, 1993, and received commission two days later. He served until his death on March 22, 2003.[1] Schwartz was succeeded in this position by Kenneth Karas.

Early life and education

  • City College of New York, Baruch College, B.B.A., 1955
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, LL.B., 1958[1]

Professional career

  • U.S. Army, 1958-1959
  • U.S. Army Reserves, 1958-1965
  • Assistant district attorney, New York County, New York, 1959-1962
  • Private practice, New York City, 1962-1977
  • Corporation counsel, New York City, 1978-1981
  • Private practice, New York City, 1982-1993[1]

Judicial career

Southern district of New York

Schwartz was nominated by President Bill Clinton on October 27, 1993, to a seat vacated by Vincent Broderick; he was confirmed by the Senate on November 20, 1993, and received commission two days later. He served until his death on March 22, 2003.[1] Schwartz was succeeded in this position by Kenneth Karas.

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Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
Vincent Broderick
Southern District of New York
1993–2003
Succeeded by:
Kenneth Karas