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Bud George Holman

Bud George Holman, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1956, Connecticut 1979, District of Columbia 1982.


  • Holman, Bud George was born on June 30, 1929 in New York City. Son of Harry and Fannie Abrams (Bass) Holman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Business Administration, City College of New York, 1950. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1956.


    • Law secretary to judge New York Court Appeals, 1956-1958. Practice in New York City, since 1958. Partner Kelley Drye & Warren (and predecessor firms), since 1965.

      President, chairman board directors Sixty Sutton Corporation, 1969-1997, director. Lecturer Practising Law Institute, Wage Price Institute, Young President Organization.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1956, Connecticut 1979, District of Columbia 1982.


    • Editor: The Bar, 1949-1950, Yale Law Journal, 1955-1956.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Trustee United States Naval Academy Foundation, 1978—1985. Board directors United Service Organizations Metropolitan New York, 1978—2004. Member Naval Reserve Association (president 3d naval district chapters 1973-1975, member national advisory council 1975-1994), American Arbitration Association (board directors, member executive committee 1991-2003), Navy League (board directors council New York chapter 1979-1999), Yale University Law School Association (member executive committee 1987-1990, 93-96, board directors), Ridgeback Capital Investments Ltd.

    (director), Yale Law School Association New York City (board directors), Metropolitan Club, Yale Club, Beta Gamma Sigma.


    • Married Kathleen Barbara McLean, September 1, 1961. Children: Jennifer Jean, Wayne George.
    • father: Harry Holman
    • mother: Fannie Abrams (Bass) Holman
    • spouse: Kathleen Barbara McLean
    • children: Jennifer Jean Holman
    • Wayne George Holman
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    Born June 30, 1929