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Whitmore Gray

Whitmore Gray, lawyer, educator. Bar: Michigan 1958. Japan Foundation fellow, University Tokyo, 1977-1978. Member of Japanese-American Society Legal Studies (board directors), International Academy Comparative Law, American Foreign Law Association (director), American Association Law Schools (past chairman comparative law section).

Background

  • Gray, Whitmore was born in 1932.

  • Education

    • AB, Principia College, 1954. Juris Doctor, University Michigan, 1957. Postgraduate, University Paris, 1957—1958.

      Postgraduate, University Munich, 1962. Doctor of Laws, Adrian College, 1982.

    Career

    • Associate Casey, Lane & Mittendorf, New York City, 1958—1960. Assistant professor University Michigan, 1960—1963, associate professor, 1963—1966, professor, 1966—1993. Associate Cleary, Gottlieb, New York City, 1981.

      Of counsel LeBoeuf, Lanb, Greene & MacRae, 1994—2001. Member advisory board Bulletin on Research in Soviet Law and Government and Soviet Statutes and Decisions. Lecturer contract law Chinese Academy Social Sciences, 1982.

      Summer faculty Jilin University, China, 1985. Visiting professor Fordham Law School, New York, since 1989. Advisor on contract and arbitration law, Thailand, 1993, Cambodia, 94, Indonesia, 1995—1996.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Michigan 1958.

    Works

    • Contributor articles on commercial arbitration and alternative dispute resolution to professional journals. Translator: Russian Republic Civil Code, General Principles of Civil Law of People's Republic of China. Past editor-in-chief: Michigan Law Review.

    Membership

    Member of Japanese-American Society Legal Studies (board directors), International Academy Comparative Law, American Foreign Law Association (director), American Association Law Schools (past chairman comparative law section).
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