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In Memoriam

Retired 4th Circuit Court of Appeal Judge William V. Redmann

Retired 4th Circuit Court of Appeal Judge William V. Redmann, 77, died Monday, May 23, 2005. He earned both his undergraduate and Juris Doctor degrees from Loyola University, a master’s degree in philosophy from Notre Dame University and pursued graduate work in law from Tulane University. He spent a year as trial attorney with the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., under its first honor graduate recruitment program. Admitted to practice law in 1953, he served three years as executive counsel to Gov. John McKeithen before being appointed to a newly-created 4th Circuit judgeship in 1968. In 1970, he was elected without opposition to a seat on the 4th Circuit for a full term. He was re-elected in 1982 and served until 1987 when he left the bench for health reasons. He also taught at Loyola Law School from 1957 until his appointment to the 4th Circuit bench, and again taught in the late 1980s. He was a member of the Louisiana State, New Orleans and American Bar Associations, the American Judicature Society and the Institute of Judicial Administration. In January of 2005 he received the St. Ives Award from the Loyola Law Alumni Association, presented annually to the Loyola School of Law graduate who has volunteered services to the law school or university.

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