Matthew Brann US District Court Judge Wiki, Bio, Profile, Caste and Family Details revealed


Matthew Brann is US District Court Judge, who dismissed a lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s campaign in Pennsylvania. He turned down an injunction request, delivering another blow to Trump’s attempt of invalidating the election’s results.

Judge Matthew Brann’s career

Matthew Brann served as a law clerk with the Court of Common Pleas in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. He became an associate at Brann, Williams, Caldwell & Sheetz in 1991, becoming a partner at that firm in 1995. In 2012, then president Barack Obama nominated Brann to be a United States District Judge for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. The Senate confirmed his nomination by unanimous consent in December 2012. He received his commission the same month that year.

Unknown Facts About Judge Matthew Brann

  • Matthew Brann got his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame.
  • He received his Juris Doctor from the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University.
  • He was appointed by Barack Obama and preceded by Thomas I. Vanaskie.
  • He has also spent numbers of years as a Republican Party official in Pennsylvania and was active in the Federalist Society.

Relationship status of Judge Matthew Brann


Judge Matthew Brann Biography

Name Matthew Brann
Real Name Matthew William Brann
Nickname Matthew
Profession Judge, United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
Date of Birth July 25, 1965
Age 55
Father Name Yet to be updated
Mother Name Yet to be updated
Height Yet to be updated
Weight Yet to be updated
Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign Not Known
Religion Christian
Educational Qualification Graduated
Networth Under Review
Hobbies Yet to be updated
Hometown Elmira, New York, USA
Nationality Indian
Married Yes
Wife Name Yet to be updated
Current City Pennsylvania, USA


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