1955, Delaware and District of Columbia
Harvard University, LL.B., 1954
Law School Graduation Year
Princeton University, B.A., 1949
The Association of the Bar of the City of New York; Delaware State (President, 1974; Member, Corporation Law Section; Chair, Judicial Nominating Commission, 1984-1985) and American Bar Associations; American Law Institute
Author: In My Father's House (Essays); More Ado (Essays); Risk in the Afternoon - Some of the Pleasures and Perils of Foxchasing; Novel, The Road to Jericho: A Contemporaneous Tale of Good and Evil; Novel, Dearly Beloved. Co-author: Comment, A Preview of Delaware's Financial Center Development Act of 1981, 6 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 104, 1981; Weinberger v. UOP, Inc.: Delaware's Effort To Preserve A Level Playing Field for Cash-Out Mergers, 8 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 59, 1983; An Explanation of Trans Union to ‘Henny Penny’ and Her Friends, 10 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 451, 1985. Special Deputy Attorney General, 1962-1964. Chair, Continuing Committee on Rules of the Superior Court, 1965-1971. Trustee, Clients' Security Trust Fund of the Supreme Court of Delaware, 1981-1996. Fellow: American College of Trial Lawyers; American Bar Foundation; Delaware Bar Foundation.
USNR, active duty, 1943-1946; USMCR, active duty, 1950-1952