It is not true, William J. Bauer quipped Thursday, that he was with the federal court in Chicago when it was established 200 years ago. But Bauer’s service on the federal bench has lasted nearly one-fourth of that time.
Bernard M. Judge, one of the most influential editors in the Chicago newspaper business in the last half century and one of the last links to a bygone era of Chicago journalism, died at his Chicago home early Friday of pancreatic cancer. He was 79.
Law School Notes
During her three years of law school, Mandi Moreland volunteered 1,000 hours to various causes. The 29-year-old recorded more service hours than anyone in her law school graduating class of about 260 students.