Mack, Julia Cooper
1920 -

Details
Alias: Julia Cooper
Born: 1920 in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Ethnicity: African American/Black
Professional Facts

Regions and States of Practice:
DC, South
Legal Education:
Howard University School of Law
Positions During Her Career:
Attorney for the Department of Justice
On the General Counsel staff at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (1968-)
Judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals (1975-)
Firsts:
Black woman attorney for the Department of Justice
Black woman to represent the federal government in argument before the Supreme Court
Black woman to sit on a state appellate level court (1975)


Further Research Materials

References:
Black Women Judges: The Historical Journey of Black Women to the Nationís Highest Courts
Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, Black Women Judges: The Historical Journey of Black Women to the Nationís Highest Courts, 53 Howard Law Journal 645 (Spring 2010)