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  1. Leslie H. Southwick (born February 10, 1950) is a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and a former judge of the Mississippi Court of Appeals. Born in Edinburg, Texas, Southwick graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Rice University in 1972 and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law in 1975 ...

  2. Judge Leslie H. Southwick was confirmed on October 24, 2007, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, which hears appeals from the federal district courts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. Judge Leslie H. Southwick is a highly respected attorney with an extensive record of public service as a judge and military officer.

  3. Career: Texas Supreme Court of Criminal Appeals, law clerk for Judge John F. Onion, Jr., 1975-76; Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, law clerk for Judge Charles Clark, 1976-77; Associate Brunini law firm, 1977-83, partner, 1983-89; Mississippi College School of Law, adjunct professor, 1985-89, 1998-; U.S. Source for information on Southwick, Leslie H.: Writers Directory 2005 dictionary.

  4. Leslie H. Southwick. Born: 10-Feb-1950 Birthplace: Edinburg, TX Gender: Male Religion: Roman Catholic Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Judge Nationality: United States

    • February 10, 1950
  5. President George W. Bush nominated Leslie H. Southwick in 2007 to the federal appeals court, Fifth Circuit, based in New Orleans. Initially, Southwick seemed a consensus nominee. Just days before his hearing, though, a progressive advocacy group distributed the results of research it had conducted on opinions of the state court on which he had served for twelve years.

  6. Leslie H. Southwick, A Survivor's Perspective: Federal Judicial Selection from George Bush to Donald Trump, 95 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1847 (2020).

  7. 21 de fev. de 2014 · Leslie H. Southwick . 5th Circuit, Arlen Specter, Books, Federal Judges, Judicial Nominations, Politics, Senate Judiciary Committee ‘Give This Man A Federal Judgeship’: A Review Of ‘The ...