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John Campbell Chommie

John Campbell Chommie, American educator. Member Florida Citizens Committee for Promotion of Humanities, 1971.; Served with United States Merchant Marine, 1944-1945.; Member American Trial Lawyers Association, Minnesota, Interamerican bar associations, American Association University Professors, Dade County Bar Association (associate).

Background

  • Chommie, John Campbell was born on September 5, 1914 in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, United States. Son of Hans D. and Florence (Campbell) Chommie.

  • Education

    • Student of University Minnesota, 1932-1933, 35-36, U. North Dakota, 1934-1935. Bachelor of Laws, St. Paul College Law, 1941, B.S.L., 1942. Master of Laws, University of Southern California, 1952.

      Master of Laws, New York University, 1956, Juris Scientiae Doctor, 1960.

    Career

    • Traffic manager Navjo Ordance Depot, 1942-1943. Professor of law S.W. U., Los Angeles, 1948-1953, Dickinson School Law, 1953-1956. Research associate Harvard Law School, 1957-1958.

      Professor of law U. Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1956-1973, director tax program. Law School, 1965-1973. Visiting professor Louisiana State University, 1965.

    Works

    • Author: (with George Eder) Taxation in Columbia, 1964. Federal Income Taxation, 1968. The Internal Revenue Service, 1970.

      Editor, contributor El Derecho de Los Estados Unidos, 3 vols., 1963.

    Membership

    Member Florida Citizens Committee for Promotion of Humanities, 1971. Served with United States Merchant Marine, 1944-1945. Member American Trial Lawyers Association, Minnesota, Interamerican bar associations, American Association University Professors, Dade County Bar Association (associate).

    Connections

    • Married June K. Ray, July 5, 1947. Children: Barbara (Mistress.
    • father: Hans D. Chommie
    • mother: Florence (Campbell) Chommie
    • spouse: June K. Ray
    • child: Barbara (Mrs Chommie
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    Died March 13, 1973
    (aged 58)
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