A place for remembering Judge Rabinowitz

Posted: Sunday, August 18, 2002

Landscape Alaska workers, left to right, Dave Lendrum, David Pierce, Mark Harmon and Margaret Tharp plant a birch Saturday next to the Dimond Court House. The Juneau Bar Association is sponsoring the planting of a grove next to the courthouse in memory of Former Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Jay Rabinowitz, who died in June 2001. The grove will comprise two birch trees, one crabapple and a variety of other plants. Rabinowitz served on the Alaska Supreme Court for 32 years, four terms as chief justice. He was appointed to the Alaska Supreme Court in 1965 by Gov. Bill Egan. The grove is expected be complete today.



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