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Donald Pogue
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Current Court Information:
United States Court of International Trade
Title:   Senior Judge
Service:
Appointed by:   Bill Clinton
Active:   8/14/1995-7/1/2014
Chief:   2010-7/1/2014
Senior:   7/1/2014-Present
Preceded by:   James Watson
Personal History
Born:   1947
Hometown:   Macomb, IL
Undergraduate:   Dartmouth College, 1969
Law School:   Yale Law, 1974
Grad. School:   Yale, 1974

Donald Pogue is an Article III federal judge for the United States Court of International Trade. He joined the Court in 1995 after being nominated by President Bill Clinton. He became chief judge on November 1, 2010.. Pogue assumed senior status on July 1, 2014, which also ended his term as chief judge.[1]

Early life and education

Born in Macomb, Illinois, Pogue graduated from Dartmouth College with his bachelor's degree in 1969 and also received a Master's from Yale University in 1974. Pogue graduated from Yale Law School his J.D. degree also in 1974.[1]

Professional career

  • 1994-1995: Judge, Connecticut Superior Court
  • 1989-1994: Commissioner and Chairman, Connecticut Commission on Hospitals and Health Care
  • 1979-1982: Adjunct Lecturer, University of Connecticut Law School
  • 1976-1989: Attorney, Private Practice, Hartford, Connecticut
  • 1975-1976: Director, Connecticut Branch, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
  • 1974-1975: Attorney, Private Practice, New Haven, Connecticut[1]

Judicial career

Court of International Trade

Pouge was nominated to the United States Court of International Trade by President Bill Clinton on June 30, 1995 to a seat vacated by James Watson. Pogue was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 11, 1995 on a Senate voice vote and received commission on August 14, 1995.[2] Pogue assumed senior status on July 1, 2014, after 19 years of active service.[1]

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