In reply to a 2002 query "I am looking for any info on Edmund or Selma. Edmund was a judge on the Nuremberg Trials??"
Ed was certainly not a judge; he was an advisor to Gen. Telford Taylor during the trials. Before that, he had been a U.S. Government lawyer and had written an article for the Yale Law Review promoting the concept of German-American dual-trained lawyers having a role in postwar restoration of the German legal system. (Edmund Schwenk, "Legislative Power of the Military Occupant Under Article 43, Hague Regulations", 54 Yale L.J. 393 (1945)).
In fact, after the war he worked at US Army Hq in Heidelberg, which is where I met him and Selma several times. I carried his greetings back to NYC and passed them to Telford Taylor, then a professor at Columbia Law School. Schwenk died in the early 1970s and Selma moved to Florida.