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  1. Jill A Pryor is Judge at United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. See Jill A Pryor's compensation, career history, education, & memberships.

  2. William Holcombe Pryor Jr. (born April 26, 1962) is an American lawyer who has served as the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit since 2020. He was appointed as a United States circuit judge of the court by President George W. Bush in 2004.

  3. Judges' Chambers may be contacted through the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Clerk's Office.All filings and case-related inquiries should be directed to the clerk’s principal office in Atlanta.

  4. 26 de jan. de 2021 · Judge Jill Pryor apparently recused herself AFTER oral argument. Apart from the final order (a footnote confirms her recusal) affirming the conviction of the lower court for disgraced Florida Attorney Livoti, there is nothing on the docket to suggest Jill Pryor recused, either by order or notation on the docket.

  5. Description. Students extern for Judge Jill A. Pryor of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Students work under the supervision of law clerks and have regular direct contact with the Judge. Students observe oral arguments, participate in discussions of cases, and assist in preparing bench briefs or court orders.

  6. 16 de fev. de 2012 · WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Obama nominated Jill A. Pryor to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. "Jill A. Pryor has displayed exceptional dedication to the legal profession through her work and I am honored to nominate her to serve the American people as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals," President Obama said.

  7. 16 de mai. de 2020 · Judge Jill Pryor’s actions demand recusal. Judge Pryor’s Order to Seal the Burkes Motion to Disqualify is unlawful and unconstitutional, pure and simple. The Burkes have provided several cases in their motions in favor of unsealing records and do so again along with more recent cases; (a) Bradley ex rel. AJW v.