|Judges of the U.S.
Court of Claims and the U.S. Court of Customs and
Patent Appeals who took the oath from Chief Justice
Warren E. Burger
to serve as Circuit Judges of the newly created
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, October
1, 1982. Left to right, back row: Circuit Judges
Shiro Kashiwa, Helen W. Nies, Oscar H. Davis, Phillip
B. Baldwin, Marion T. Bennett, Edward S. Smith,
Jack R. Miller and Senior Judge Wilson Cowen.
Left to right, seated: Circuit Judge Giles S. Rich,
Chief Judge Howard T. Markey, Chief Justice Warren
E. Burger, and Circuit Judge Daniel M. Friedman.
|The first three Chief
Judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal
Circuit. Left to Right: Helen W. Nies, Howard T.
Markey, Glenn L. Archer, Jr.
||Circuit and Senior Circuit Judges:
William C. Bryson
Randell R. Rader
Raymond C. Clevenger. III
Alvin A. Schall
Arthur J. Gajarsa
Timothy B. Dyk
Kimberly A. Moore
S. Jay Plager
Glenn L. Archer, Jr.
Daniel M. Friedman
Haldane Robert Mayer
Alan D. Lourie
|Chief Justice William
H. Rehnquist speaking at the Third Judicial Conference
of U.S. Court of the Appeals for the Federal Circuit
at the Washington Hilton Hotel, May 17 1985. (Left
to Right): Circuit Judge Edward S. Smith, Chief
Judge Howard T. Markey, and the Chief Justice.
|| Senior Judge Daniel Friedman of the Federal Circuit passed away on Wednesday July 6, 2011 at the age of 95. He was the last of the original members of the Court, the last Chief Judge of the United States Court of Claims, and instrumental in the creation of the Court.