Rockville attorney among 5 nominees for U.S. appeals court

April 06, 2001|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Rockville attorney Ronald B. Rubin is among the candidates under review by the White House to fill a vacancy on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals created by the death last year of Baltimore Judge Francis D. Murnaghan Jr.

Rubin, 45, who lives in North Potomac in Montgomery County, was notified in a March 30 letter that his name was one of five forwarded to the White House for consideration by an advisory committee appointed by Maryland's Republican House members and chaired by former U.S. District Judge James R. Miller Jr.

The other candidates reviewed by the committee included Bethesda attorney Peter D. Keisler; Judge Andre M. Davis and Judge Benson E. Legg, both of U.S. District Court in Baltimore; and Rockville attorney Roger W. Titus.

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