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Norman Stahl
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Current Court Information:
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
Title:   Senior judge
Position:   Seat #2
Station:   Boston, MA
Service:
Appointed by:   George H.W. Bush
Active:   6/30/1992-4/16/2001
Senior:   4/16/2001-Present
Preceded by:   David Souter
Succeeded by:   Jeffrey R. Howard
Past post:   District of New Hampshire
Past term:   1990-1992
Past position:   Seat #2
Personal History
Born:   1931
Hometown:   Manchester, NH
Party:   Republican
Undergraduate:   Tufts University, 1952
Law School:   Harvard Law, 1955

Norman H. Stahl is a federal judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Stahl joined the First Circuit in 1992 after a nomination from President George H.W. Bush. Stahl previously served on the District of New Hampshire; he was nominated for that court in 1990 by President Bush. Stahl assumed senior status on April 16, 2001.[1][2]

Education

Stahl graduated from Tufts University with his bachelor's degree in 1952 and later from Harvard Law School with his J.D. in 1955.[1]

Professional career

Stahl was a law clerk to former Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice John V. Spalding from 1955 to 1956. From 1956 to 1990, Stahl was a private practice attorney in the State of New Hampshire.[1]

Judicial career

First Circuit Court of Appeals

On the recommendation of New Hampshire U.S. Senator Warren Rudman, Stahl was nominated to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit by President George H.W. Bush on April 9, 1992, to fill a seat vacated by the nomination of Justice David Souter to the Supreme Court of the United States. Stahl was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on June 26, 1992, on the unanimous consent of the Senate and received commission on June 30, 1992. He assumed senior status on April 16, 2001, and was replaced by Judge Jeffrey R. Howard[3]

District of New Hampshire

On the recommendation of New Hampshire U.S. Senator Warren Rudman, Stahl was nominated to the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire by George H. W. Bush on January 24, 1990, to a seat vacated by Judge Martin Loughlin. Stahl was confirmed on April 5, 1990, on the unanimous consent of the Senate and received commission on April 6, 1990.[4] Stahl was succeeded in this position by Judge Steven McAuliffe.[2]

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Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
Martin Loughlin
District of New Hampshire
1990–1992
Seat #2
Succeeded by:
Steven McAuliffe
Preceded by:
David Souter
First Circuit
1992–present
Seat #2
Succeeded by:
Jeffrey R. Howard



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