1964, Connecticut; 1967, Vermont; 1971, U.S. Supreme Court
Yale University, LL.B., 1964
Law School Graduation Year
Yale University, B.A., 1957
Vermont Bar Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Vermont Trial Lawyers Association.
Author: Safeguarding Legal Rights, 13 Children 89, 1966; Family Law: Curtailing Judicial Discretion, Vermont Bar Journal, Oct., 1990; Labor and Employment in Vermont, 362 pgs, Butterworth, 1994. Adjunct Professor, Trial Practice, Vermont Law School, 1975-1977. Assistant Attorney General, 1967-1968 and Attorney General, 1973-1975, State of Vermont. States Attorney, Washington County, 1968-1972. Chairman, Committee to Advise Vermont Supreme Court on Rules of Criminal Procedure, 1971-1981. Interim Chairman, Committee to Advise Vermont Supreme Court on Rules of Family Practice, 1987-1988. Chairman, Vermont Labor Relations Board, 1978-1986. Panelist, American Arbitration Association, Labor, Domestic Disputes, 1980—. Arbitrator, New York State Public Employment Relations Board, 1981—. Member, Vermont Advisory Group, U.S. Commission of Civil Rights, 1983—; Chairman, 1996. Recipient, Whitney North Seymour Sr. Medal from American Arbitration Association, 1989. Member, Vermont Supreme Court Task Force on Gender Bias in The Legal System. Chair, Vermont Adoption Reform Commission, 1990.
Lt., USN, 1958-1961