Sharon Prost

Sharon Prost

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Sharon Prost

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Sharon Prost (born May 24, 1951 in Newbury, Massachusetts) is a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Prost was nominated to that court by President George W. Bush on May 21, 2001 to fill a seat vacated by Judge S. Jay Plager. The U.S. Senate confirmed Prost's confirmation on September 21, 2001 by a vote of . Prost is Bush's first appointment to the Federal Circuit.

Prior to her confirmation to the Federal Circuit, Prost had served as a lawyer at the Senate Judiciary Committee from 1993-2001, lastly as Chief Counsel. Although the Republicans were in the minority at the time of Prost's nomination, her eight years of service for the Committee would have ensured that she was well-known by all Committee members. Before working for the Senate, she served as an attorney at the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the United States Department of the Treasury and the National Labor Relations Board.

Prost has a number of educational degrees. She received a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University in 1973, an M.B.A. from George Washington University in 1975, a J.D. from American University Washington College of Law in 1979, and an L.L.M. from George Washington University Law School in 1984.

In 1994-1995, Prost was embroiled in a bitter custody battle with her ex-husband Kenneth Greene over their two children. Greene won custody of the two children, as the judge gave great weight to testimony about Prost's excessive working hours. The story drew...
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