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Carlyle Washington Hall

Carlyle Washington Hall, American lawyer. Litigated public interest cases in California. Board directors Public Counsel Inc., 1977-1979, California Common Cause, 1980-1981, League to Save Lake Tahoe, 1984-1988, Planning and Conservations League, since 1995; co-founder, president, chairman People for Parks, since 1989. Member of American Bar Association.

Background

  • Hall, Carlyle Washington was born on February 6, 1943 in New York City.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Yale University, 1963. Juris Doctor magna cum laude, Harvard University, 1966.

    Career

    • Teacher law, administrator International Legal Center, Sudan, Uganda, 1966-1969. Associate firm O'Melveny and Myers, Los Angeles, 1969-1971. Co-founder, co-director, staff attorney Center for Law in Public Interest, 1971-1988.

      Partner Hall & Phillips, Los Angeles, 1988-1993. Principal Hall & Associates, since 1993. Senior counsel Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.

      Commissioner Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, 1981-1983. Governing board member Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency, 1990-1993. Adjunct faculty University Southern California Law Center.

    Major achievements

    • Litigated public interest cases in California.

    Membership

    Board directors Public Counsel Inc., 1977-1979, California Common Cause, 1980-1981, League to Save Lake Tahoe, 1984-1988, Planning and Conservations League, since 1995. Co-founder, president, chairman People for Parks, since 1989. Member of American Bar Association.

    Connections

    • Son of Carlyle Washington and Anzonette Marguerite (Asmussen) H. August 28, 1964 divorced. 1 son, Carlyle Washington III.

      Married Joanne Jackson, January 1, 1977. Children: Christopher Jackson, Andrew Jackson.
    • father: Carlyle Washington Hall
    • mother: Anzonette Marguerite (Asmussen) Hall
    • spouse: Joanne Jackson
    • children: Christopher Jackson Hall
    • Andrew Jackson Hall
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    Born February 6, 1943
    (age 74)
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