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United States Court of International Trade
Judge Gregory W. Carman
Judge Gregory W. Carman, appointed by President Reagan in 1983, served as Acting Chief Judge 1991, Chief Judge 1996-2003. Member, Judicial Branch Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States, and Member, Judicial Branch Subcommittees on: Long Range Planning; Benefits; Civic Education; and Seminars. Served as Statutory Member, Judicial Conference of the United States, 1991, and 1996-2003; Member, Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States, 2002-03. Partner, Carman, Callahan and Sabino, Esqs., Farmingdale, NY 1961-1983. Member, United States House of Representatives, 97th Congress; member, Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Committee, and Select Committee on Aging, 1981-1982; member, International Trade, Investment and Monetary Policy Subcommittee of the House Banking Committee, 1981-82; U.S. Congressional Delegate, International Monetary Fund Conference, 1982; Councilman, Town of Oyster Bay, 1972-1980 (second largest township in U.S.). United States Army, 1958-64; discharged with rank of Captain; awarded Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service, 1964. Education: University of Virginia Law School, JAG Degree (with honors), 1962; Master in Tax Law Program, New York University School of Law; St. Johns University, J.D. (Law Review), 1961; St. Lawrence University, B.A., 1958; University of Paris (National Exchange Student), 1956-1957. Member, American Bar Association; Fellow, American Bar Foundation; Member, New York State Bar Association; Member and former Chair, NYSBA Committee on Courts and the Community; Recipient of NYSBA Special Recognition Award, 1996; Member and Director, Respect For Law Alliance, Inc.; Chair, Board of Directors, SUNSGLO, The Center for the Study of the United Nations System and the Global Legal Order; President and Member, Executive Board, The Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court; Paul Harris Fellow, The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International; Member, The Holland Society; Recipient of The Holland Society Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement in Jurisprudence, 1999; Doctor of Laws honoris causa, Nova Southeastern University, 1999; Distinguished Jurist in Residence, Touro College Law Center, 2000; Doctor of Laws honoris causa, St. John's University, 2002; Inaugural Lecturer, The Honorable Dominick L. DiCarlo United States Court of International Trade Lecture, John Marshall Law School, 2003; St. Lawrence University Distinguished Alumni Citation, 2003; The Italian Board of Guardians Public Service Award, 2003. Recipient of Respect For Law Alliance 2010 Judiciary Leader Award.
Selected Publications: Fairness at the Time of Sentencing: The Accuracy of the Presentence Report, 79 St. John’s L.R. (Forthcoming Jan. 2004); A Critical Analysis of the Standard of Review Applied by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Cases, 17 St. John’s J. Of Legal Comment. 177 (2002), 13 Fed. Cir. Bar J. (Forthcoming Nov. 2003); Resolution of Trade Disputes by Chapter 19 Panels: A Long-Term Solution or Interim Procedure of Dubious Constitutionality, 21 Fordham Int’l L.J. 1 (1997); The Jurisdiction of the United States Court of International Trade: A Dilemma for Potential Litigants, 22 Stetson L. Rev. 157 (1992); Remarks Before the Conference on International Business Practice on Practice Before the United States Court of International Trade, 2 Fed. Cir. Bar J. 123 (1992).
Administrative Secretary: Philomena C. Simon
Case Manager: Cynthia Love - (212) 264-2923
Law Clerks Hiring Policies: One clerk is hired each year for a two-year clerkship commencing late summer-early fall. Applicant must submit cover letter with detailed resume, undergraduate and law school transcripts, three letters of reference, and a writing sample which should be entirely the applicant's own work and should reflect the applicant's legal writing abilities. Law Review or other writing experience and a demonstrated interest in international trade law are considered in ranking applicants. Travel for Circuit and District Court work required.
Daniel O. Bodah, Brooklyn Law School, J.D. 2007
Last modified March 20, 2013