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United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
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}}The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (in case citations, 7th Cir.) is a federal court with appellate jurisdiction over the courts in the following districts: The court is based at the Dirksen Federal Building in Chicago, Illinois and is composed of eleven appellate judges. It is one of thirteen United States courts of appeals. The court offers a relatively unique internet presence that includes wiki and RSS feeds of opinions and oral arguments.Seventh Circuit Opinions. The Seventh Circuit is now joined by the Courts of Appeals for the First, Second, Fourth, Ninth, DC, and Federal Circuits in having RSS feeds of their opinions. It is also notable for having one of the most prominent law and economics scholars, Judge Frank H. Easterbrook, on its court.NEWS,weblink New York Times, Potential Justice Offers a Counterpoint in Chicago, Neil A., Lewis, May 11, 2009, May 26, 2010, Richard Posner, another prominent law and economics scholar, also served on this court until his retirement in 2017.NEWS,weblink Richard Posner announces sudden retirement from federal appeals court in Chicago, O'Connell, Jason Meisner, Patrick M., chicagotribune.com, 2018-03-01, en-US, File:Dirksen Federal Building.jpg|thumb|left|200px|The Dirksen Federal BuildingDirksen Federal Building{{Clear}}

Current composition of the court

As of May 21, 2018 the judges on the court are as follows:{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=49|
title=Chief Judge|
name=Diane Pamela Wood|
duty station=Chicago, IL|
born=1950|
term=1995–present|
chief term=2013–present|
senior term=—|
appointer=Clinton|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=43|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=Joel Martin Flaum|
duty station=Chicago, IL|
born=1936|
term=1983–present|
chief term=2000–2006|
senior term=—|
appointer=Reagan|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=44|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=Frank H. Easterbrook|
duty station=Chicago, IL|
born=1948|
term=1985–present|
chief term=2006–2013|
senior term=—|
appointer=Reagan|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=47|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=Michael Stephen Kanne|
duty station=Lafayette, IN|
born=1938|
term=1987–present|
chief term=—|
senior term=—|
appointer=Reagan|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=48|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=Ilana Rovner|
duty station=Chicago, IL|
born=1938|
term=1992–present|
chief term=—|
senior term=—|
appointer=G.H.W. Bush|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=52|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=Diane S. Sykes|
duty station=Milwaukee, WI|
born=1957|
term=2004–present|
chief term=—|
senior term=—|
appointer=G.W. Bush|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=54|
title=Circuit Judge|
name=David F. Hamilton|
duty station=Bloomington, IN|
born=1957|
term=2009–present|
chief term=—|
senior term=—|
appointer=Obama|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current
| index = 55
| title = Circuit Judge
| name = Amy Coney Barrett
| duty station = South Bend, IN
| born = 1972
| term = 2017–present
| chief term = —
| senior term = —
| appointer = Trump
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current
| index = 56
| title = Circuit Judge
| name = Michael B. Brennan
| duty station = Milwaukee, WI
| born = 1963
| term = 2018–present
| chief term = —
| senior term = —
| appointer = Trump
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current
| index = 57
| title = Circuit Judge
| name = Michael Y. Scudder
| duty station = Chicago, IL
| born = 1971
| term = 2018–present
| chief term = —
| senior term = —
| appointer = Trump
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current
| index = 58
| title = Circuit Judge
| name = Amy J. St. Eve
| duty station = Chicago, IL
| born = 1965
| term = 2018–present
| chief term = —
| senior term = —
| appointer = Trump
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=37|
title=Senior Circuit Judge|
name=William Joseph Bauer|
duty station=Chicago, IL|
born=1926|
term=1974–1994|
chief term=1986–1993|
senior term=1994–present|
appointer=Ford|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=45|
title=Senior Circuit Judge|
name=Kenneth Francis Ripple|
duty station=South Bend, IN|
born=1943|
term=1985–2008|
chief term=—|
senior term=2008–present|
appointer=Reagan|
}}{{U.S. judgeship row Current|
index=46|
title=Senior Circuit Judge|
name=Daniel Anthony Manion|
duty station=South Bend, IN|
born=1942|
term=1986–2007|
chief term=—|
senior term=2007–present|
appointer=Reagan|
}}

List of former judges {| class"wikitable sortable" style"clear: both"

valign=bottom! #! Judge! State! Born–died! Active! Chief! Senior! Appointed by! Reason fortermination| 1Indiana>IN| 1832–1895| 1891–1893 — —United States circuit court>circuit judge for the Seventh Circuit in 1884 by Chester A. Arthur. The Judiciary Act of 1891 reassigned his seat to what is now the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.| resignation| 2Indiana>IN| 1837–1901| 1892–1901 — —| 3Wisconsin>WI| 1834–1921| 1893–1905 — —| 4Illinois>IL| 1844–1898| 1895–1898 — —| 5Illinois>IL| 1852–1921| 1899–1911 — —| 6Indiana>IN| 1860–1924| 1902–1924 — —| 7Wisconsin>WI| 1842–1915| 1905–1915 — —| 8Illinois>IL| 1844–1918| 1905–1918 — —| 9United States Senate.Illinois>IL| 1859–1939| 1915–1936 —| 1936–1939| 10Wisconsin>WI| 1876–1948| 1916–1948 — —| 11Illinois>IL| 1859–1941| 1919–1930 —| 1930–1941| 12Indiana>IN| 1857–1938| 1925–1929 —| 1929–1938| 13Indiana>IN| 1872–1950| 1929–1948| 1948| 1948–1950| 14Illinois>IL| 1870–1935| 1933–1935 — —| 15Illinois>IL| 1887–1972| 1937–1956| 1948–1954| 1956–1972| 16Indiana>IN| 1883–1941| 1937–1941 — —| 17Illinois>IL| 1884–1952| 1938–1952 — —| 18Indiana>IN| 1890–1965| 1941–1949 — —Supreme Court of the United States>Supreme Court| 19Wisconsin>WI| 1888–1979| 1949–1966| 1954–1959| 1966–1979| 20Illinois>IL| 1886–1959| 1949–1959 — —| 21Illinois>IL| 1880–1958| 1949–1958 — —| 22Indiana>IN| 1880–1957| 1949–1957 — —| 23Illinois>IL| 1889–1968| 1953–1968 — —| 24Indiana>IN| 1898–1977| 1957–1969| 1959–1968| 1969–1977| 25Indiana>IN| 1902–1959| 1957–1959 — —| 26Illinois>IL| 1895–1983| 1958–1967 —| 1967–1983| 27Illinois>IL| 1900–1986| 1959–1970| 1968–1970| 1970–1986| 28Illinois>IL| 1900–1974| 1961–1974 —| 1974–1974| 29Indiana>IN| 1905–1988| 1961–1981| 1970–1975| 1981–1988| 30Wisconsin>WI| 1912–2007| 1966–1981| 1975–1981| 1981–2007| 31Illinois>IL| 1916–1999| 1966–1999| 1981–1986 —| 32Illinois>IL| 1908–1976| 1968–1974 — —| 33Indiana>IN| 1915–2000| 1970–1984 —| 1984–2000| 34Illinois>IL| 1920–present| 1970–1975 — —Supreme Court of the United States>Supreme Court| 35Illinois>IL| 1917–1982| 1971–1982 — —| 36Illinois>IL| 1923–2001| 1974–1980 — —| 38Illinois>IL| 1920–2008| 1976–1992 —| 1992–2008| 39Wisconsin>WI| 1926–2015| 1979–1994 —| 1994–2015| 40Indiana>IN| 1920–2005| 1981–1985 —| 1985–2005| 41Illinois>IL| 1939–present| 1981–2017| 1993–2000 —| 42| John Louis CoffeyWisconsin>WI| 1922–2012| 1982–2004 —| 2004–2012| 50| Terence T. EvansWisconsin>WI| 1940–2011| 1995–2010 —| 2010–2011| 51| Ann Claire WilliamsIllinois>IL| 1949–present| 1999–2017 —| 2017–2018| 53| John Daniel TinderIndiana>IN| 1950–present| 2007–2015 —2015

Chief judges

{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Morris Sparks>Sparks| term = 1948}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJames Earl Major>Major| term = 1948–1954}}{{U.S. judge succession rowF. Ryan Duffy>Duffy| term = 1954–1959}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn Simpson Hastings>Hastings| term = 1959–1968}}{{U.S. judge succession rowLatham Castle>Castle| term = 1968–1970}}{{U.S. judge succession rowLuther Merritt Swygert>Swygert| term = 1970–1975}}{{U.S. judge succession rowThomas E. Fairchild>Fairchild| term = 1975–1981}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWalter J. Cummings Jr.>Cummings, Jr.| term = 1981–1986}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Joseph Bauer>Bauer| term = 1986–1993}}{{U.S. judge succession rowRichard Posner>Posner| term = 1993–2000}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJoel Flaum>Flaum| term = 2000–2006}}{{U.S. judge succession rowFrank H. Easterbrook>Easterbrook| term = 2006–2013}}{{U.S. judge succession rowDiane Wood>Wood| term = 2013–present}}{{ChiefJudge}}

Succession of seats

{{seatTableIntro|eleven}}{{col-begin}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession noteJudiciary Act of 1869 as a United States circuit court>circuit judgeship for the Seventh Circuit}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Reassigned to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit by the Judiciary Act of 1891}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWalter Q. Gresham>Gresham| state = IN| term = 1891–1893}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJames Graham Jenkins>Jenkins| state = WI| term = 1893–1905}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Henry Seaman>Seaman| state = WI| term = 1905–1915}}{{U.S. judge succession rowEvan Alfred Evans>E. Evans| state = WI| term = 1916–1948}}{{U.S. judge succession rowF. Ryan Duffy>Duffy| state = WI| term = 1949–1966}}{{U.S. judge succession rowThomas E. Fairchild>Fairchild| state = WI| term = 1966–1981}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn Louis Coffey>Coffey| state = WI| term = 1982–2004}}{{U.S. judge succession rowDiane S. Sykes>Sykes| state = WI| term = 2004–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on June 16, 1891, by the Judiciary Act of 1891}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Allen Woods>Woods| state = IN| term = 1892–1901}}{{U.S. judge succession rowFrancis Elisha Baker>Baker| state = IN| term = 1902–1924}}{{U.S. judge succession rowAlbert Barnes Anderson>Anderson| state = IN| term = 1925–1929}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Morris Sparks>Sparks| state = IN| term = 1929–1948}}{{U.S. judge succession rowPhilip J. Finnegan>Finnegan| state = IL| term = 1949–1959}}{{U.S. judge succession rowLatham Castle>Castle| state = IL| term = 1959–1970}}{{U.S. judge succession rowRobert Arthur Sprecher>Sprecher| state = IL| term = 1971–1982}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJoel Flaum>Flaum| state = IL| term = 1983–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on February 8, 1895, by 28 Stat. 643}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn William Showalter>Showalter| state = IL| term = 1895–1898}}{{U.S. judge succession rowPeter S. Grosscup>Grosscup| state = IL| term = 1899–1911}}{{U.S. judge succession rowSamuel Alschuler>Alschuler| state = IL| term = 1915–1936}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWalter Emanuel Treanor>Treanor| state = IN| term = 1937–1941}}{{U.S. judge succession rowSherman Minton>Minton| state = IN| term = 1941–1949}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWalter C. Lindley>Lindley| state = IL| term = 1949–1958}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWinfred George Knoch>Knoch| state = IL| term = 1958–1967}}{{U.S. judge succession rowOtto Kerner Jr.>Kerner, Jr.| state = IL| term = 1968–1974}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Joseph Bauer>Bauer| state = IL| term = 1974–1994}}{{U.S. judge succession rowDiane Wood>D. Wood| state = IL| term = 1995–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on March 3, 1905, by 33 Stat. 992}}{{U.S. judge succession rowChristian Cecil Kohlsaat>Kohlsaat| state = IL| term = 1905–1918}}{{U.S. judge succession rowGeorge True Page>Page| state = IL| term = 1919–1930}}{{U.S. judge succession rowLouis Fitzhenry>FitzHenry| state = IL| term = 1933–1935}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJames Earl Major>Major| state = IL| term = 1937–1956}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn Simpson Hastings>Hastings| state = IN| term = 1957–1969}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilbur Frank Pell Jr.>Pell, Jr.| state = IN| term = 1970–1984}}{{U.S. judge succession rowDaniel Anthony Manion>Manion| state = IN| term = 1986–2007}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn Daniel Tinder>Tinder| state = IN| term = 2007–2015}}{{U.S. judge succession rowAmy Coney Barrett>Barrett| state = IN| term = 2017–present}}{{col-end}}{{col-begin}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on May 31, 1938, by 52 Stat. 584}}{{U.S. judge succession rowOtto Kerner Sr.>Kerner, Sr.| state = IL| term = 1938–1952}}{{U.S. judge succession rowElmer Jacob Schnackenberg>Schnackenberg| state = IL| term = 1954–1968}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJohn Paul Stevens>Stevens| state = IL| term = 1970–1975}}{{U.S. judge succession rowHarlington Wood Jr.>H. Wood, Jr.| state = IL| term = 1976–1992}}{{U.S. judge succession rowIlana Rovner>Rovner| state = IL| term = 1992–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on August 3, 1949, by 63 Stat. 493}}{{U.S. judge succession rowHardress Nathaniel Swaim>Swaim| state = IN| term = 1950–1957}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWilliam Lynn Parkinson>Parkinson| state = IN| term = 1957–1959}}{{U.S. judge succession rowRoger Kiley>Kiley| state = IL| term = 1961–1974}}{{U.S. judge succession rowPhilip Willis Tone>Tone| state = IL| term = 1974–1980}}{{U.S. judge succession rowRichard Posner>Posner| state = IL| term = 1981–2017}}{{U.S. judge succession rowMichael Y. Scudder>Scudder, Jr.| state = IL| term = 2018–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on May 19, 1961 by 75 Stat. 80}}{{U.S. judge succession rowLuther Merritt Swygert>Swygert| state = IN| term = 1961–1981}}{{U.S. judge succession rowJesse E. Eschbach>Eschbach| state = IN| term = 1981–1985}}{{U.S. judge succession rowMichael Stephen Kanne>Kanne| state = IN| term = 1987–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on March 18, 1966, by 80 Stat. 75}}{{U.S. judge succession rowWalter J. Cummings Jr.>Cummings, Jr.| state = IL| term = 1966–1999}}{{U.S. judge succession rowAnn Claire Williams>Williams| state = IL| term = 1999–2017}}{{U.S. judge succession rowAmy J. St. Eve>St. Eve| state = IL| term = 2018–present}}{{col-end}}{{col-begin}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on October 20, 1978, by 92 Stat. 1629, 1632}}{{U.S. judge succession rowRichard Dickson Cudahy>Cudahy| state = WI| term = 1979–1994}}{{U.S. judge succession rowTerence T. Evans>T. Evans| state = WI| term = 1995–2010}}{{U.S. judge succession rowMichael B. Brennan>Brennan| state = WI| term = 2018–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on July 10, 1984, by 98 Stat. 333}}{{U.S. judge succession rowFrank H. Easterbrook>Easterbrook| state = IL| term = 1985–present}}{{col-break}}{{U.S. judge succession note| text = Established on July 10, 1984, by 98 Stat. 333}}{{U.S. judge succession rowKenneth Francis Ripple>Ripple| state = IN| term = 1985–2008}}{{U.S. judge succession rowDavid Hamilton (judge)>Hamilton| state = IN| term = 2009–present}}{{col-end}}

See also

References

{{Reflist}}
  • WEB


,weblink
, Standard Search
, Federal Law Clerk Information System
, July 2, 2005
,weblink
, October 21, 2005
, yes
, mdy-all
,
    • primary but incomplete source for the duty stations
  • WEB,


url=http://www.utexas.edu/law/depts/career/downloads/judicial_listing.html, Instructions for Judicial Directory, University of Texas Law School, July 2, 2005,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20051111193332weblink">weblink November 11, 2005,
    • secondary source for the duty stations
    • data is current to 2002
  • WEB,


url=http://www.fjc.gov/history/home.nsf/usca_07_frm?OpenFrameSet, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Official website of the Federal Judicial Center, July 2, 2005,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20050418043257weblink">weblink April 18, 2005,
    • source for the state, lifetime, term of active judgeship, term of chief judgeship, term of senior judgeship, appointer, termination reason, and seat information

External links

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