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Donald Thomas Fox

Donald Thomas Fox, American Lawyer. Bar: New York 1957, United States Court Claims 1960, United States District Court (southern and eastern districts) New York 1960, United States Court Appeals (2nd circuit) 1960, District of Columbia 1968, United States TaxCt. 1973. Named to Committee of Honor, Giulio Romano Exhibition, Mantova, Italy, 1989; Albert Gallatin fellow, 1978.

Background

  • Fox, Donald Thomas was born on June 12, 1929 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States. Son of Donald and Genevieve (Tinley) Fox.

  • Education

    • Harvard University (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 1951). New York University (Bachelor of Laws, 1956). Université de Paris, Paris, France (Brevet de Traduction et de Terminologie Juridiques, 1957.

      Diplôme de Droit Comparé, 1960). Spoken languages: French and Spanish.

    Career

    • Worked at Fox Horan & Cameron, LLP. Admitted to the bar, 1957, New York. Note Editor, New York University Law Review, 1955-1956.

      Author: "Conciliation of International Economic Disputes" in World Peace Through Law, 1964. Human Rights in Guatemala, (I.C.J., Geneva, 1979). Contributing Author: Common Market and American Antitrust: Overlap and Conflict, 1970.

      Violencia en Colombia, (I.C.J., Geneva, 1990. Elections in Ethiopia (I.C.J., Geneva, 1995). Co-author: "Hungarian Constitutional Reform and the Rule of Law" (AAICJ, New York, 1993).

      Member, Board of Directors: Washington Square Legal Services, 1974-1985. American Association for the International Commission of Jurists, 1978—(Chairman, Board of Directors, 1990—). President: New York University Law Alumni Association, 1971-1973 and New York University Alumni Federation, 1983-1985.

      Member, Board of Trustees, New York University Law Center Foundation, 1975-1985. Albert Gallatin Fellow, 1978. Member: Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Treasurer, 1982-1984.

      Chairman: Finance Committee, 1982-1984. Committee on Professional Responsibility, 1971-1974 and Committee on Audit, 1978-1980). New York State and American Bar Associations.

      American Law Institute. Union Internationale des Avocats. Fellow, American Bar Foundation (Life Member).

    Membership

    Trustee Law Center Foundation, New York University, 1975-1986, chairman campaign fund, 1980. Member American Society, since 1975, president's council, since 2005. Council on Foreign Relations, since 1973.

    President's associates Harvard University, since 2000. Member Havard College Fund Gift Committee 1st lieutenant United States Air Force, 1951-1953. Fellow: American Bar Foundation (life).

    Member: The Century Association (chairman wine committee), Humanitarian Foundation for Nicaragua (executive committee board directors 1991-1996), New York University Alumni Federation (president 1983-1985), New York University Law Alumni Association 1971-1973, Association of Bar of City of New York (chairman committee lawyers role in search for peace 1969-1971, chairman committee professional responsibility 1971-1974, chairman committee audit 1978-1980, treasurer 1982-1984, chairman finance committee 1982-1984), American Arbitration Association (panel arbitrators since 1970), American Association International Commission Jurists (executive committee, board directors since 1970, chairman since 1991), American Law Institute (sustaining life), Harvard Club of New York City.

    Connections

    • Married Ana Clemencia Tercero-Graham. Children: Mark, Matthew, Genevieve, Melissa.
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