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February 2012

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General Counsel Named

Robert K. Loesche

Robert K. Loesche

Robert K. Loesche has been appointed General Counsel at the Administrative Office (AO) of the United States Courts, succeeding the recently retired William R. Burchill, Jr. 

Loesche began his Judiciary career in 1979 as an attorney with the Federal Judicial Center. He joined the Office of General Counsel in 1981 and, since 1985, he has served as Deputy General Counsel. 

The General Counsel provides legal counsel and services to the Director and staff of the AO and to the Judicial Conference; and responds to legal inquiries from judges and other court officials, among other responsibilities. 

Loesche is a graduate of Haverford College and Boston University Law School.