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James Harold Pipkin

James Harold Pipkin, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1964, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1969, District of Columbia Court Appeals, 1972. Grand officier Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, since 1989. Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, Metropolitan Club.

Background

  • Pipkin, James Harold was born on January 3, 1939 in Houston, Texas, United States. Son of James Harold and Zenda Marie (Lewis) Pipkin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Princeton University, 1960. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1963. Diploma in Law, Oxford University, England, 1965.

    Career

    • Law ck. to associate justice Supreme Court of the United States Court, Washington, 1963-1964. Associate Steptoe and Johnson, 1965-1970, partner, 1971-1993, special council, 2007—2010. Counselor to The Secretary of the Interior United States Department of the Interior, 1993-1998.

      United States special negotiator for Pacific Salmon, Department of State, 1994-2001. Rank of ambassador Department of State, 1995-1996. Director office policy analysis United States Department Interior, 1998-2001.

      Foreign affairs officer United States State Department, 2001—2002. Counsel Friends of Music, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1984-1988. Member National Arbitration Panel, 1983-1994.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: District of Columbia 1964, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1969, District of Columbia Court Appeals, 1972.

    Works

    • Author or co-author: The English Country House: A Grand Tour, 1985, The Country House Garden: A Grand Tour, 1987, Places of Tranquility, 1990. Contributor photographs and articles to magazines including House & Garden, Smithsonian magazine, The Magazine Antiques, Architectural Digest.

    Membership

    Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, Metropolitan Club.

    Connections

    • father: James Harold Pipkin
    • mother: Zenda Marie (Lewis) Pipkin
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    Born January 3, 1939
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