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Gregory Carman

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Gregory Carman
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Current Court Information:
United States Court of International Trade
Title:   Senior Judge
Appointed by:   Ronald Reagan
Active:   3/2/1983-9/15/2014
Chief:   1996-2003
Senior:   9/15/2014-Present
Preceded by:   Scovel Richardson
Personal History
Hometown:   Farmingdale, NY
Undergraduate:   St. Lawrence University, 1958
Law School:   St. Johns University Law, 1961
Grad. School:   University of Virginia Law, JAG
New York University Law, 1962
Military service:   U.S. Army, 1958-1964

Gregory Carman is a Article III federal judge on senior status for the United States Court of International Trade. He joined the court in 1983 after being nominated by President Ronald Reagan. He served as chief judge from 1996 to 2003. Carman assumed senior status on September 15, 2014.[1][2]


Carman graduated from St. Lawrence University with his bachelor's degree in 1958 and graduated from St. John's Law with his Juris Doctor degree in 1961. He also earned a Master in Tax Law from New York University School of Law in 1962 and a JAG degree from University of Virginia Law School.[1]

Military service

From 1958 to 1964, Carman served as a Captain in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Army.[1]

Professional career

Judicial career

Court of International Trade

Carman was nominated to the United States Court of International Trade by President Ronald Reagan on January 31, 1983, to a seat vacated by Judge Scovel Richardson as Richardson died in judicial service. Carman was confirmed by the Senate on March 2, 1983, and received commission on March 2, 1983. Carman served as chief judge of the Court of International Trade from 1996 to 2003. He transitioned to senior status on September 15, 2014.[1]

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