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Stuart Campen Hall

Stuart Campen Hall, American lawyer, consultant. Bar: Alaska 1984, United States District Court Alaska 1984, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1986. Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1957-1958.


  • Hall, Stuart Campen was born on June 18, 1935 in San Jose, California, United States. Son of Marshall Spencer and Helen Bernice (Campen) Hall.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1957. Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1961. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1964.


    • Legislation assistant California Legislature Assembly, 1958—1959, assistant clerk, 1960, 1st assistant clerk, 1961. Administrative analyst Office President University California, Berkeley, 1960, graduate research analyst, 1960. Investigator Office District Attorney, County of Santa Clara, San Jose, 1962—1963.

      Consultant California Construction Revision Commission, California Legislature, San Francisco, 1964—1965. Lecturer political science, department political science San Jose State College, 1965—1969. Consultant committee elections and constitutional amendments California Assembly, 1969—1970.

      Administrative assistant California State Senator John A. Nejedly, 1970—1971. Legislation counsel, legislation affairs, agency Alaska Legislature, 1971—1975, senior legislation counsel, 1975—1976. Member Alaska Public Utilities Commission, 1976—1983.

      Adjustment lecturer public administration University Alaska, Juneau, 1973—1976, adjunct lecturer political science, Achorage, 1984—1985, Anchorage Community College. Served to lieutenant colonel United States Air Force Reserve, since 1959.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Alaska 1984, United States District Court Alaska 1984, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1986.


    Denomination: Episcopalian


    Trustee Junior Statesmen Foundation, 1970—1980. Board directors S. Central Alaska chapter American Red Cross, 1986—1988. Member Republican Central Committee Santa Clara County, 1967—1970.

    Member of American Society for Public Administration, American Bar Association, Western Governmental Research Association, California History Society, Alaska Bar Association, Ripon Society (national governing board 1979-1981), University California Alumni Association, Harvard Law School Association, National Civic League, Stanford University Alumni Association, American Philatelic Society, Commonwealth Club (San Francisco), Lions, Rotary, Masons, Sigma Delta Chi.


    • father: Marshall Spencer Hall
    • mother: Helen Bernice (Campen) Hall
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    Died November 10, 2005
    (aged 70)