Irvin Charles Mollison
|Irvin Charles Mollison|
|Judge of the United States Customs Court|
October 29, 1945 – May 5, 1962
|Appointed by||Harry S. Truman|
|Preceded by||Thomas Joseph Walker|
|Succeeded by||Philip Nichols, Jr.|
December 24, 1898|
|Died||May 5, 1962
New York City
|Alma mater||University of Chicago Ph.B.
University of Chicago Law School J.D.
Mollison was born on December 24, 1898, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He received a Bachelor of Philosophy degree in 1920 from the University of Chicago. He received a Juris Doctorate in 1923 from the University of Chicago Law School. He worked in private practice in Chicago, Illinois, from 1923 to 1945.
Federal Judicial Service
On October 3, 1945, President Truman nominated Mollison to serve as a Judge for the United States Customs Court, to the seat vacated by Judge Thomas Joseph Walker. He was confirmed by the Senate on October 26, 1945 and received his commission on October 29, 1945. He served on the court until his death and was succeeded by Judge Philip Nichols, Jr.
- Irvin Charles Mollison at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.
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