Morton Greenberg

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Morton Greenberg
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Current Court Information:
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Title:   Senior Judge
Station:   Philadelphia, PA
Service:
Appointed by:   Ronald Reagan
Active:   3/23/1987-6/30/2000
Senior:   6/30/2000-Present
Preceded by:   Leonard Garth
Personal History
Born:   1933
Hometown:   Carnegie, PA
Undergraduate:   University of Pennsylvania, 1954
Law School:   Yale Law, 1957

Morton Ira Greenberg is a federal appeals judge with the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit based in Philadelphia. He was nominated by President Ronald Reagan on February 11, 1987. Greenberg is serving on senior status.[1]

Early life and education

Greenberg graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with his bachelor's degree in 1954 and graduated from Yale Law with his bachelor's degree in 1957.[1]

Professional career

  • 1980-1987: Judge, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division
  • 1976-1980: Judge, Chancery Division, New Jersey Superior Court
  • 1973-1976: Judge, Law Division, New Jersey Superior Court
  • 1971-1973: Assistant state attorney general, New Jersey
  • 1971: First assistant prosecuting attorney, Cape May, New Jersey
  • 1970-1971: County attorney, Cape May, New Jersey
  • 1960-1971: Attorney in private practice
  • 1958-1960: Deputy state attorney general, New Jersey
  • 1957-1958: Law clerk, Office of the State Attorney General of New Jersey[1]

Judicial career

Greenberg was nominated by President Ronald Reagan on February 11, 1987, to a seat vacated by Judge Leonard Garth as Garth assumed senior status. Greenberg was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on March 20, 1987, on a majority voice vote and received commission on March 23, 1987.[2] Greenberg assumed senior status on June 30, 2000.

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Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
Leonard Garth
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
1987–present
Succeeded by:
Michael Chertoff