List of members of the European Court of Justice

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The following is a list of all past and present members of the European Court of Justice in the official order of precedence:

As of October 23, 2013:

Year Member State Members of the European Court of Justice President Judge Adv. Gen.
1952–1958  Italy Massimo Pilotti 1952–1958
1952–1958  Netherlands Jos Serrarens 1952–1958
1952–1963  Germany Otto Riese 1952–1963
1952–1967  Belgium Louis Delvaux 1952–1967
1952–1962  France Jacques Rueff 1952–1962
1952–1967  Luxembourg Charles Léon Hammes 1964–1967 1952–1964
1952–1958  Netherlands Adrianus van Kleffens 1952–1958
1952–1964  France Maurice Lagrange 1952–1964
1953–1973  Germany Karl Roemer 1953–1973
1958–1964  Italy Rino Rossi 1958–1964
1958–1979  Netherlands Andreas Matthias Donner 1958–1964 1964–1979
1958–1961  Italy Nicola Catalano 1958–1961
1962–1976  Italy Alberto Trabucchi 1962–1972 1973–1976
1962–1976  France Robert Lecourt 1967–1976 1962–1967
1963–1970  Germany Walter Strauss 1963–1970
1964–1976  Italy Riccardo Monaco 1964–1976
1964–1970  France Joseph Gand 1964–1970
1967–1984  Belgium Josse Mertens de Wilmars 1980–1984 1967–1980
1967–1985  Luxembourg Pierre Pescatore 1967–1985
1970–1980  Germany Hans Kutscher 1976–1980 1970–1976
1970–1972  France Alain Louis Dutheillet de Lamothe 1970–1972
1972–1981  France Henri Mayras 1972–1981
1973–1974  Ireland Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh 1973–1974
1973–1979  Denmark Max Sørensen 1973–1979
1973–1988  United Kingdom Alexander Mackenzie Stuart 1984–1988 1973–1984
1973–1981  United Kingdom Jean-Pierre Warner 1973–1981
1973–1981  Germany Gerhard Reischl 1973–1981
1975–1985  Ireland Aindrias Ó Caoimh 1975–1985
1976–1982  Italy Francesco Capotorti 1976–1976 1976–1982
1976–1988  Italy Giacinto Bosco 1976–1988
1976–1982  France Adolphe Touffait 1976–1982
1979–1990  Netherlands Thijmen Koopmans 1979–1990
1979–1994  Denmark Ole Due 1988–1994 1979–1988
1980–1988  Germany Ulrich Everling 1980–1988
1981–1982  Greece Alexandros Chloros 1981–1982
1981–1992  United Kingdom Gordon Slynn 1988–1992 1981–1988
1981–1984  France Simone Rozès 1981–1984
1981–1986  Netherlands Pieter verLoren van Themaat 1981–1986
1981–1982
1988–1994
 France Fernand Grévisse 1981–1982
1988–1994
1982–1988  Germany Kai Bahlmann 1982–1988
1982–1999  Italy G. Federico Mancini 1988–1999 1982–1988
1982–1988  France Yves Galmot 1982–1988
1983–1997  Greece Constantinos Kakouris 1983–1997
1984–1997  Germany Carl Otto Lenz 1984–1997
1984–1994  France Marco Darmon 1984–1994
1984–1995  Belgium René Joliet 1984–1995
1985–1991  Ireland Thomas Francis O'Higgins 1985–1991
1985–1996  Luxembourg Fernand Schockweiler 1985–1996
1986–1991
1997–2003
 Luxembourg Jean Mischo 1986–1991
1997–2003
1986–2000  Portugal José Carlos de Carvalho Moitinho de Almeida 1986–2000
1986–1988
2012–present
 Portugal José Luis Da Cruz Vilaça 2012–present 1986–1988
1986–2003  Spain Gil Carlos Rodriguez Iglesias 1994–2003 1986–1994
1988–1994  Spain Manuel Diez de Velasco 1988–1994
1988–1994  Germany Manfred Zuleeg 1988–1994
1988–1994  Belgium Walter van Gerven 1988–1994
1988–2006  United Kingdom Francis G. Jacobs 1988–2006
1988–1998  Italy Giuseppe Tesauro 1988–1998
1990–2000  Netherlands Paul Joan George Kapteyn 1990–2000
1991–2006  Denmark Claus Christian Gulmann 1994–2006 1991–1994
1991–1999  Ireland John L. Murray 1991–1999
1992–2004  United Kingdom David Edward 1992–2004
1994–2006  Italy Antonio Mario La Pergola 1994–1994
1999–2006
1995–1999
1994–2000  Greece Georges Cosmas 1994–2000
1994–2000  Germany Günter Hirsch 1994–2000
1994–1997  Denmark Michael Bendik Elmer 1994–1997
1994–2006  France Jean-Pierre Puissochet 1994–2006
1994–2006  France Philippe Léger 1994–2006
1995–2000  Sweden Hans Ragnemalm 1995–2000
1995–2002  Finland Leif Sevón 1995–2002
1995–2000  Ireland Nial Fennelly 1995–2000
1995–2003
2012–present
 Belgium Melchior Wathelet 1995–2003 2012–present
1995–2009  Austria Peter Jann 1995–2009
1995–2009  Spain Dámaso Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer 1995–2009
1996–2007  Luxembourg Romain Schintgen 1996–2008
1997–1999  Greece Krateros Ioannou 1997–1999
1997–2003  Germany Siegbert Alber 1997–2003
1998–2000  Italy Antonio Saggio 1998–2000
1999–present  Greece Vassilios Skouris 2003–present 1999–2003
1999–2004  Ireland Fidelma O’Kelly Macken 1999–2004
2000–2006  Germany Ninon Colneric 2000–2006
2000–2006  Sweden Stig von Bahr 2000–2006
2000–present  Italy Antonio Tizzano 2006–present 2000–2006
2000–2012  Portugal José Narciso da Cunha Rodrigues 2000–2012
2000–2010  Netherlands Christiaan Timmermans 2000–2010
2000–2006  Netherlands Leendert A. Geelhoed 2000–2006
2000–2006  Austria Christine Stix-Hackl 2000–2006
2002–present  Finland Allan Rosas 2002–present
2003–present  Spain Rosario Silva de Lapuerta 2003–present
2003–present  Belgium Koen Lenaerts 2003–present
2003–present  Germany Juliane Kokott 2003–present
2003–2009  Portugal Luís Miguel Poiares Pessoa Maduro 2003–2009
2004–2012  United Kingdom Konrad Hermann Theodor Schiemann 2004–2012
2004–2009  Poland Jerzy Makarczyk 2004–2009
2004–2010  Lithuania Pranas Kūris 2004–2010
2004–present  Hungary Endre Juhász 2004–present
2004–present  Cyprus George Arestis 2004–present
2004–present  Malta Anthony Borg Barthet 2004–present
2004–present  Slovenia Marko Ilešič 2004–present
2004–present  Czech Republic Jiří Malenovský 2004–present
2004–2009  Slovakia Ján Klučka 2004–2009
2004–2013  Estonia Uno Lõhmus 2004–2013
2004–present  Latvia Egils Levits 2004–present
2004–present  Ireland Aindrias Ó Caoimh 2004–present
2006–present  Denmark Lars Bay Larsen 2006–present
2006–present  United Kingdom Eleanor Sharpston 2006–present
2006–present  Italy Paolo Mengozzi 2006–present
2006–2011  Sweden Pernilla Lindh 2006–2011
2006–present  France Jean-Claude Bonichot 2006–present
2006–present  Germany Thomas von Danwitz 2006–present
2006–present  France Yves Bot 2006–present
2006–2012  Slovakia Ján Mazák 2006–2012
2006–2012  Slovenia Verica Trstenjak 2006–2012
2007–present  Bulgaria Alexander Arabadjiev 2007–present
2007–present  Romania Camelia Toader 2007–present
2008–2013  Luxembourg Jean-Jacques Kasel 2008–2013
2009–present  Poland Marek Safjan 2009–present
2009–present  Slovakia Daniel Šváby 2009–present
2009–present  Austria Maria Berger 2009–present
2009–present  Finland Niilo Jääskinen 2009–present
2009–present  Spain Pedro Cruz Villalón 2009–present
2010–present  Netherlands Sacha Prechal 2010–present
2010–present  Lithuania Egidijus Jarašiūnas 2010–present
2011–present  Sweden Carl Gustav Fernlund 2011–present
2012–present  United Kingdom Christopher Vajda 2012–present
2012–present  Sweden Nils Wahl 2012–present
2013–present  Croatia Siniša Rodin 2013–present
2013–present  Luxembourg François Biltgen 2013–present
2013–present  Estonia Küllike Jürimäe 2013–present
2013–present  Poland Maciej Szpunar 2013–present

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