Edward McLean

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Edward McLean
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Current Court Information:
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Title:   Former Judge
Position:   Seat #2
Service:
Appointed by:   John F. Kennedy
Active:   7/13/1962-10/12/1972
Preceded by:   Edward Dimock
Succeeded by:   Richard Owen
Personal History
Born:   1903
Undergraduate:   Williams College (1924)
Law School:   Harvard Law School (1929)

Edward Cochrane McLean (1903-1972) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

McLean was nominated by President John F. Kennedy on April 3, 1962, to a seat vacated by Edward Dimock; he was confirmed by the Senate on July 13, 1962, and received his commission on August 24th. He served until his death on October 12, 1972.[1] McLean was succeeded in this position by Richard Owen.

Early life and education

  • Williams College, A.B., 1924
  • Harvard Law School, LL.B, 1929[1]

Professional career

  • Deputy assistant district attorney, New York County, New York, 1935-1936
  • Private practice, New York City, 1943-1962
  • Judge, Probate Court, Darien, Connecticut, 1957-1962[1]

Judicial career

McLean was nominated by President John F. Kennedy on April 3, 1962, to a seat vacated by Edward Dimock; he was confirmed by the Senate on July 13, 1962, and received his commission on August 24th. He served until his death on October 12, 1972.[1] McLean was succeeded in this position by Richard Owen.

References

Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
Edward Dimock
Southern District of New York
1962–1972
Succeeded by:
Richard Owen