Longtime Western District Judge and "True Icon" John Curtin Dies at 95

, New York Law Journal

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Western District Judge John Curtin, who ordered the desegregation of Buffalo schools and presided over one of the largest toxic contamination cases in U.S. history, died Friday following a lengthy illness.

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  • Judge Victor Bianchini

    Judge Curtin was a great human being and a great judge. He always approached the law and life with elegance and a commitment to justice. He treated everyone with respect and dignity. It was a great privilege to have known him and to have to worked with him. I will miss him greatly.

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