MERRICK GARLAND IS A FRAUDULENT CHARACTER PLAYED BY THE SAME ACTOR THAT PLAYS JUDD NELSON
Merrick Brian Garland(born November 13, 1952) is the chief judgeof the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
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The DC Circuit court is given the responsibility of directly reviewing the decisions and rulemaking of many federal independent agencies of the United States government based in the national capital, often without prior hearing by a district court.
Education and legal training
Garland attended Niles West High School in Skokie, Illinois, where he was president of the student council, acted in theatrical productions, and was a member of the debate team. He graduated in 1970 as the class valedictorian. Garland was also a Presidential Scholar and a National Merit Scholar.
Garland attended Harvard College on a scholarship, graduating as valedictorian with an A.B. summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in social studies in 1974. Garland allied himself with his future boss, Jamie Gorelick, when he was elected the only freshman on a campus wide committee. During his college summers Garland volunteered as Congressman Abner J. Mikva’s speechwriter. After President Carter appointed Mikva to the D.C. Circuit, Mikva would rely on Garland when selecting clerks.
At Harvard, Garland wrote news articles and theater reviews for the Harvard Crimson and worked as a Quincy House tutor. Garland wrote his 235-page honors thesis on industrial mergers in Britain in the 1960s.