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José A. Cabranes

AKA José Alberto Cabranes

Born: 22-Dec-1940
Birthplace: Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: Hispanic
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Judge

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals

Father: Manuel Cabranes
Mother: Carmen Lopez
Wife: (div. two daughters)
Daughter: Amy
Daughter: Jennifer
Wife: Kate Stith Pressman (attorney, law professor, m. 15-Sep-1984, two sons)
Son: Alejo
Son: Benjamin

    High School: Flushing High School, Queens, NY (1957)
    University: AB, Columbia University (1961)
    Law School: JD, Yale Law School (1965)
    University: MLitt. International Law, Queens College, Cambridge University (1967)
    Professor: Associate, Rutgers Law School (1971-73)
    Administrator: General Counsel and Dir. Government Relations, Yale University (1975-79)
    Administrator: Trustee, Colgate University (1981-90)
    Administrator: Trustee, Brooklyn Law School (1984-90)
    Administrator: Yale Corporation (1987-99)
    Administrator: Trustee, Columbia University

    President's Commission on White House Fellowships
    US Appeals Court Judge, 2nd Circuit (1994-)
    US District Judge Chief Judge, District of Connecticut (1992-94)
    US District Judge District of Connecticut (1979-92)
    Puerto Rico Official Special Counsel to the Governor (1973-75)
    Casey, Lane & Mittendorf Associate (1967-71)
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    American Bar Association
    American Bar Foundation
    American Law Institute
    Association of the Bar of the City of New York
    The Century Foundation Trustee
    Connecticut Bar Association
    Council on Foreign Relations
    New York State Bar Association
    Puerto Rican Bar Association

Author of books:
Citizenship and the American Empire (1979)

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