Terence Thomas Evans

Personal

Birthday: 
3/25/1940
Birthplace: 
Milwaukee, WI
Date of Death: 
8/10/2011
Place of Death: 
Chicago, IL
Race or Ethnicity: 
White
Gender: 
Male
Prior Employment: 

Law clerk, Hon. Horace W. Wilkie, Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1967-1968
Assistant district attorney, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1968-1970
Private practice, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1970-1974
Judge, Milwaukee County [Wisconsin] Court, 1974-1978
Judge, Wisconsin Circuit Court, Milwaukee County, 1978-1980

Education

Name of School: 

Marquette University Law School

Marquette provides you with an unusual opportunity. First, we are an outstanding law school. Our curriculum is designed to ensure that you will have the substantive knowledge, skills, and values essential to practice law in the twenty-first century. We are extremely proud that we train lawyers who practice in all areas of the profession, in private firms and public agencies, in Wisconsin and throughout the United States. It is no accident that many of our alumni are state and federal judges, and that many Marquette University Law School graduates are business and political leaders. We teach our students to have the skills to succeed in whatever branch of our profession they select. Part of the Jesuit tradition of education is encouraging students to become agents for positive change in society. This is especially important in a law school.

Degree: 
B.A.
Degree Year: 
1962
Name of School - Second: 

Marquette University Law School

Marquette provides you with an unusual opportunity. First, we are an outstanding law school. Our curriculum is designed to ensure that you will have the substantive knowledge, skills, and values essential to practice law in the twenty-first century. We are extremely proud that we train lawyers who practice in all areas of the profession, in private firms and public agencies, in Wisconsin and throughout the United States. It is no accident that many of our alumni are state and federal judges, and that many Marquette University Law School graduates are business and political leaders. We teach our students to have the skills to succeed in whatever branch of our profession they select. Part of the Jesuit tradition of education is encouraging students to become agents for positive change in society. This is especially important in a law school.

Degree - Second: 
J.D.
Degree Year - Second: 
1967

Judicial Career

Court Name: 
U. S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
Court Name: 

Wisconsin Eastern District Court

President Nominating: 
Jimmy Carter
Party Affiliation of President: 
Democratic
Commission Date: 
11/2/1979
Termination Date: 
8/11/1995
Termination Reason: 
Appointment to Another Judicial Position
Court Name - Second: 
U. S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Court Name - Second: 

Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Commission Date - Second: 
8/11/1995
Retirement from Active Service - Second: 
1/7/2010
Termination Date - Second: 
8/10/2011
Termination Reason - Second: 
Death
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