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John Addison Vosburgh

John Addison Vosburgh, American lawyer, educator. Ruth C. Ackerman Memorial scholarship, 1966. Member of American Bar Association, Lawyer to Lawyer Consultation Panel, East Valley Bar Association, Maricopa County Bar Association, International Law Association, Inter-American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar, State Bar Arizona, Pi Sigma Alpha.

Background

  • Vosburgh, John Addison was born on August 23, 1933 in White Plains, New York, United States. Son of Herbert Earl and Helen Frances (Benedict) Vosburgh.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, University Arizona, 1963. Juris Doctor, 1966; Master of Arts, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, 1976.

      Diploma, Hague Academy, 1980.

    Career

    • Sole practice, Tucson, 1967—1983, Phoenix, since 1983. Member adjunct faculty University Arizona, Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Institute, 1977—1978. Visiting assistant professor international law, 1981—1982.

      Visiting lecturer spring, 1981. Civilian lecturer Fort Huachuca, Arizona, since 1980, Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, since 1981. Fulbright professor international law and relations University Suriname, 1978—1980.

      Alternate lecturer UNITAR course on conference diplomacy, legal advisory Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1978—1980. Assistant department chairman department public international law, 1978—1980. Assistant professor political science Tennessee Technology University, Cookville, 1971—1972.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member of American Bar Association, Lawyer to Lawyer Consultation Panel, East Valley Bar Association, Maricopa County Bar Association, International Law Association, Inter-American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar, State Bar Arizona, Pi Sigma Alpha.

    Connections

    • Married Emily Elizabeth Yerton, December 30, 1968 (deceased). Married Mary Anthony Vlahopoulos, May 29, 1983.
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