|United States District Court for the District of Maine|
|Appointed by:||George H.W. Bush|
|Preceded by:||104 Stat. 5089|
|Succeeded by:||George Singal|
|Past post:||Maine Supreme Judicial Court|
|Born:||June 12, 1933|
|Deceased:||March 25, 2000|
|Undergraduate:||Bates College, B.A., 1955|
|Law School:||University of Chicago Law, J.D., 1958|
Early life and education
Brody was educated at Bates College, graduating in 1955 with a B.A. and the University of Chicago Law School, earning his J.D. in 1958.
Brody began his career in private practice in Washington DC for three years and then Maine for 19 more. In 1980, he became a justice for the Maine Superior Court and served for five years. In 1985 he began a five year period as the Maine Superior Court's Chief justice. Brody also served as an associate justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from 1990-1991.
District of Maine
Brody was nominated to the court by President George H.W. Bush on June 14, 1991 to fill a new seat that had recently been created. The U.S. Senate confirmed him on July 18, 1991, and he was commissioned on July 25, 1991. His service on the court ended with his death on March 25, 2000. Brody was succeeded in this position by George Singal.
- List of all judges who have served on the U.S. District court for the District of Maine.
- List of associate justices of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, from Cleaves Law Library
NA - new seat
|District of Maine
|Magistrate judges||John Nivison • John Rich •|
|Former Article III judges||
David Sewall • Albion Keith Parris • Ashur Ware • Edward Fox • Nathan Webb • Clarence Hale • John Andrew Peters • John Clifford (Maine) • Edward Gignoux • George Mitchell • Conrad Cyr • Morton Brody •
|Former Chief judges|