Daniel Traynor Nominated to Serve as Federal Judge
Daniel M. Traynor, former chairman of the North Dakota Supreme Court Disciplinary Board, has been nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota. If confirmed, Mr. Traynor will fill the vacancy created by Chief U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland.
Upon graduation from UND School of Law, Mr. Traynor served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Gerald W. VandeWalle of the North Dakota Supreme Court. He represents the State Bar Association of North Dakota in the American Bar Association House of Delegates and also serves as a member of the state Board of Higher Education.
View the full list of nominees here.
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