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    Chief Judge or Chief Judge of?

    Dear all,
    I saw this sentence in the foreword of a book on law.

    "BRIAN Z. TAMANA is Chief Judge Benjamin N. Cardozo Professor
    of Law at St. Johnís University School of Law."

    Shouldn't it be " BRIAN... is Chief Judge of Benjamin...." or it's a structure I don't know about?

    Thanks

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    Re: Chief Judge or Chief Judge of?

    Quote Originally Posted by shabani View Post
    Shouldn't it be " BRIAN... is Chief Judge of Benjamin...." or it's a structure I don't know about?

    Thanks
    No. he holds the post of Professor of Law named in honour of Chief Judge Benjamin N Cardozo.

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    Re: Chief Judge or Chief Judge of?

    Thanks... I just wikipediad the name.
    Sounds like he was a big guy.

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