Benjamin Cardozo Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Benjamin Cardozo Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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This Biography is about one of the best Jurist Benjamin Cardozo including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Benjamin Cardozo
Real Name Benjamin Cardozo
Nick Name Benjamin Nathan Cardozo
Famous as Jurist
Nationality American
Personal life of Benjamin Cardozo
Born on 24 May 1870
Birthday 24th May
Died At Age 68
Sun Sign Gemini
Born in New York City
Died on 09 July 1938
Place of Death Port Chester, New York
Family Background of Benjamin Cardozo
Father Albert Jacob Cardozo
Mother Rebecca Washington Nathan
Married No
Personal Fact of Benjamin Cardozo

Benjamin Cardozo was an eminent American jurist who contributed significantly towards the development of common law in United States. He was the second Jew to serve on the nation’s highest court and became a Supreme Court justice without a law degree. After dropping out from the law school, he joined his father’s firm and entered the bar where he earned an excellent reputation.

Later on he was admitted to the New York bar and became a highly successful courtroom lawyer despite his mild, reserved manner. Elected to the state Supreme Court as a reform candidate in 1913, he was elevated a few weeks after his arrival to the Court of Appeals, the highest court in New York. He stayed there until 1932, having become the chief justice in 1927, and was later appointed the Associate Justice of Supreme Court. He made some notable rulings throughout his career including the cases of Palsgraf vs.

Long Island Railroad and Mac Pherson vs. Buick Motor Co. which placed him in the pantheon of eminent justices. A deeply private man known for his gentle, friendly demeanor and loved by his colleagues, he remained a bachelor all his life. As a jurist and a committed Jew, he brought honor to the United States and to his people, and his writings and opinions contributed greatly towards the evolution of American common law.

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