Henry Billings Brown
Private practice, Detroit, Michigan, 1860-1861, 1868-1875
Deputy U.S. marshal, Eastern District of Michigan, 1861-1863
Assistant U.S. attorney, Eastern District of Michigan, 1863-1868
Judge, Wayne County [Michigan] Circuit Court, 1868
Lecturer in law, University of Michigan, 1860-1875
Professor of medical jurisprudence, Detroit Medical College, 1868-1871
Yale University Law School
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Allotment as Circuit Justice:
Sixth Circuit, January 19, 1891-April 1, 1894, August 19, 1895-February 2, 1896
Second Circuit, April 2, 1894-February 2, 1896
Seventh Circuit, February 3, 1896-March 8, 1903
Third Circuit, March 9, 1903-May 28, 1906