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Benchmarks XXIV: The Life and Legacy of Joseph L. Tauro

Honoring a lifetime of public service—

2120259B01
10/15/2011
222 pages in 1 volume (hardcover)
7 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits
1st Edition 2011
© 2011 MCLE, Inc.

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To honor the unique achievements of Massachusetts' 24th United States District Judge, the U.S. District Court joins with MCLE in publishing this biography of Judge Joseph L. Tauro. It is the very first in a series of biographies of the federal judges that has been commissioned by the court with the goal of preserving the personal perspectives of the judges, while making their professional achievements known to the public. Inside this sixteen-chapter biography is the lively, dramatic, and inspiring story of a man who has spent his entire professional life working to achieve social justice in the Commonwealth. Judge Tauro's story begins with an account of his young years, growing up in Malden and Swampscott; it goes on to tell of his college and law school years (Brown and Cornell), followed by his honorable military service. It then tells of his interesting law practice, which culminated in his appointment as a U.S. attorney.

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Richard d'Andelot Belin, Esq., , Cambridge

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