141 U.S. DiStriCt CoUrt, northern DiStriCt // jUDICIAL pROfILEs «
senior judge Marvin H.
Law school: University of Georgia
School of Law, 1948
Born: Walterboro, S.C., 1923
Chief U.s. Magistrate judge janet f. King
College: University of Georgia,
Law school: University of Georgia,
Born: Jan. 14, 1955
previous Experience: Assistant U.S.
attorney, 1980-98; first assistant,
Criminal Division and Organized
Drug Enforcement Task Force, 1995-
98; interim U.S. attorney, 1997-98;
current position, 1998-present.
U.s. Magistrate judge justin s. Anand
College: Swarthmore, 1983
Law school: Harvard Law School,
previous Experience: Clerk for
U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff in
the Southern District of New York;
litigator at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen &
Hamilton in New York; assistant U.S.
attorney in the Northern District
of Georgia, deputy chief of the
Economic Crimes and Cybercrimes
section; U.S. magistrate judge,
U.s. Magistrate judge Alan j. Baverman
College: University of Maryland, 1978
Law school: Emory University, 1981
Born: May 19, 1956, Baltimore, Md.
previous Experience: Law clerk, U.S. District Judge Harold
L. Murphy, Northern District of Georgia, 1981-83; Kadish &
Kadish/Mark Kadish, 1985-86; Chilivis & Grindler (Atlanta)
1986-89; private practice, criminal law, 1989-2001; current
b) Civil: No, the jury is selected and motions are ruled on during trial.
18. What constitutes good cause for:
a) Granting continuances: The court routinely grants continuances for good cause when: counsel can show prepaid travel
plans (that conflict with a scheduled hearing), and counsel has
another case in another court that has been specially set prior
to the hearing before this court.
b) Extending discovery:
19. Order preparation guidelines: Absent an order generated
by court, the court routinely directs counsel for the winning
party to prepare an order consistent with its instructions.
20. Suggestions/admonitions for counsel: Be prompt, prepared and ready for trial.
21. Irritating lawyer conduct: Redundancy. When exhibits have
not been exchanged and when one side presents a witness
without notifying the other side who the witness is.
22. Other recommendations: No.
senior judge Orinda D. Evans
College: Duke University, 1965
Law school: Emory University,
Born: April 23, 1943
previous Experience: Associate,
Fisher & Phillips (Atlanta), 1968-69;
associate, Alston, Miller & Gaines
(Atlanta), 1969-74; partner, Alston,
Miller & Gaines (Atlanta), 1974-79;
adjunct professor, Emory University
School of Law, 1974-77; appointed
to U.S. District Court by President
Jimmy Carter, 1979.
senior judge Willis B. Hunt
College: Emory University, 1953
Law school: Emory University, 1954; University of Virginia,
Born: Dec. 10, 1932
previous Experience: Special
agent, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, 1957-60; associate,
Shoob, McLain & Jesse (Atlanta);
partner, Nunn, Geiger & Hunt;
Judge, Houston Superior Court,
1971-86; justice, Supreme Court
of Georgia, 1986-95; chief justice,
Supreme Court of Georgia, 1994-95.
Appointed to the U.S. District Court
by President Bill Clinton, 1995.