U.S. Senior District Judge Wesley Brown continues to get national recognition for showing up work every day. After all, he is 103 years old and still hears a full docket at the federal courthouse in Wichita.
This week, Slate named Brown to its 80 Over 80 list. In September, the New York Times profiled the Wichita judge who was appointed to office by President John F. Kennedy.
Last spring, we caught up with the judge for a series of video interviews for our “Common Law” series about his uncommon career.
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