JACOB S. LEVIN. Seventh Judicial Circuit, 1975.
Bom in Washington, D.C., December 23, 1923.
Attended American University; George Washington
University, J.D., 1949. Admitted to the D.C. Bar, 1949,
and the Maryland Bar, 1957. Served in the U.S. Army.
Member, Maryland State, Montgomery County, and
Prince George's County Bar Associations. Alumni
Achievement Award, George Washington University
Law School, 1975. Member, Board of Governors,
Maryland State Bar Association, 1975; president. Prince
George's County Bar Association, 1974. Secretary,
George Washington Law Alumni Association, 1980.
Married; 3 children.
MARSHALL A. LEVIN. Eighth Judicial Circuit,
1971. Bom in Baltimore City, November 22, 1920.
Attended Baltimore City College High School; Univer-
sity of Virginia, B.A., 1941; Harvard Law School, J.D.,
1947. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1947. Served in
the U.S. Navy. Member, American, Maryland State,
and Baltimore City Bar Associations. Assistant city so-
licitor, Baltimore City, 1949; Department of Legislative
Reference, State of Maryland, 1948-1949; magistrate,
Baltimore City, 1951-1959; judge. Housing Court of
Baltimore City, 1955-1959. Fellowship recipient. Na-
tional Endowment of the Humanities, University of Ari-
zona, 1976. Author of articles published in the Mary-
land Law Review and University of Baltimore Law
Review. Lecturer on new judge orientation; chairman,
Maryland Judicial Committee on Sentencing and Cor-
rection; chairman, Judicial Advisory Board, Sentencing
Guidelines Panel; faculty, University of Baltimore (Le-
gal Studies graduate course); faculty. National Judicial
College. Married; 3 children.
ERNEST A. LOVELESS, JR. Seventh Judicial Circuit,
1960; chief judge. Born in Washington, D.C., No-
vember 29, 1922. Attended Surrattsville High School;
University of Maryland, B.A., 1943; George Washing-
ton University Law School, LL.B., J.D., 1947; LL.M.,
1948. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1948. Served in
the U.S. Navy. Member, American, Maryland State,
and Prince George's County Bar Associations; Ameri-
can Judicature Society; National Council for Crime and
Delinquency. Chairman, Maryland Judicial Conference,
1975-1976; former chairman, Maryland Judicial Con-
ference Committee on Juvenile Courts in Maryland;
chairman, District Advisory Board for the Public De-
fender System. Maryland House of Delegates, 1954-
1960. Former member, Metropolitan Area Council of
Juvenile Court Judges; attorney. Board of License Com-
missioners for Prince George's County, 1947-1954.
Past president, Clinton Lions Club; past president,
Surrattsville P.T.A.; past president. Southern Prince
George's County Board of Trade; member, VFW;
American Legion; Clinton Lions Club. Married; 4 chil-
JOHN F. McAULIFFE. Sixth Judicial Circuit, 1972.
Born in Washington, D.C., November 4, 1932.
Attended Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School; Mont-
gomery College, A.A., 1952; Washington College of
Law, American Unviersity, J.D., 1955. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1955. Served in the U.S. Army. Mem-
ber, Maryland State and Montgomery County Bar As-
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sociations; American Judicature Society; faculty, Ameri-
can Academy of Judicial Education. Committing magis-
trate, Montgomery County, 1954-1955. Member,
Standing Committee on Rules, Court of Appeals of
Maryland; trustee, Montgomery-Prince George's Con-
tinuing Legal Education Institute. Married; 2 children.
WILLIAM H. McCULLOUGH. Seventh Judicial Cir-
cuit, 1969; Administrative Judge for Prince George's
County: Born in Washington, D.C., January 22, 1926.
Attended Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington,
D.C.; George Washington University, A.A., 1947,
LL.B., 1950. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1950.
Served in the U.S. Navy. Member, Maryland State,
Prince George's, and District of Columbia Bar Associa-
tions. Attorney for Prince George's County Board of
License Commissioners; judge. Peoples Court, Prince
George's County, 1965-1969. Married; 4 children.
H. KENNETH MACKEY. Second Judicial Circuit,
1967. Born in Wilmington, Delaware, August 20,
1919. Graduated from Elkton High School; University
of Maryland, B.S., 1953; American University, J.D.,
Cum Laude, 1955; National College of the Judiciary.
Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1955. Served in the
U.S. Armed Forces. Member, Maryland State and Cecil
County Bar Associations; Maryland Judicial Confer-
ence. Chairman, Cecil County Property Review Board,
1960-1967; auditor. Circuit Court for Cecil County,
1962-1967. Author of articles in professional journals;
editor in chief. Law Review, 1954-1955. Member, Cher-
ry Hill Methodist Church; Rotary Club; Sons of the
American Revolution; VFW; American Legion; Singerly
Fire Company; 29th Division Association; Reserve Offi-
cers Association. Married; 1 child.
ROBERT H. MASON. Seventh Judicial Circuit,
1978. Bom in Washington, D.C., July 9, 1938. At-
tended the University of Maryland, B.A., 1963; Universi-
ty of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Admitted to
the Maryland Bar, 1969. Member, American and Prince
George's County Bar Associations; National Council of
Juvenile Court Judges; Metropolitan Council of Family
and Juvenile Court Judges. Married; 3 children.
JOSEPH M. MATHIAS. Sixth Judicial Circuit,
1965; Chief Administrative Judge. Born in Frankfort,
Kentucky, January 23, 1914. Attended Central High
School, Washington, D.C.; University of Maryland,
A.B., 1935; Southeastern University, LL.B., 1942. Ad-
mitted to the Maryland Bar, 1942. Served in the U.S.
Navy and Reserves. Member, American, Maryland
State, and Montgomery County Bar Associations;
American Judicature Society. Judge, Maryland Tax
Court, Baltimore City, 1959-1965. Former reporter
and assistant city editor, Washington Post; former part-
time instructor in journalism, George Washington Uni-
versity. Married; 3 children.
JOSEPH A. MATTINGLY. Seventh Judicial Circuit,
1972. Born in Leonardtown, January 2, 1916.
Attended St. Mary's Academy; University of Maryland;
Mount St. Mary's; University of Maryland School of
Law, LL.B., 1941, J.D., 1969. Admitted to the Mary-
land Bar, 1941. Served in the U.S. Navy. Member,