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Andrew Bruce See

Andrew Bruce See, American lawyer. Bar: Missouri 1978, United States District Court (we district) 1978, United States Court Appeals (8th circuit) 1982, Supreme Court of the United States Court (6th circuit) 1982, United States District Court (northern district) Ohio 1984. Member American Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, Defense Research Institute, Missouri Organization Defense Lawyers (product liability advisory council).

Background

See, Andrew Bruce was born on February 24, 1949 in St. Louis. Son of Edward Berry and Mary Lee (Procter) See.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Public Administration, University Missouri, 1971. Juris Doctor cum laude, University Missouri, 1978.

Career

Worked at Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P (Kansas City, Missouri) specializing in Pharmaceutical/Medical Device Litigation, Tort Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Missouri. 1982, United States. Supreme Court.

Order of the Coif. Editor-in-Chief, Missouri Law Review, 1977-1978. Law Clerk to Honorary Elmo B. Hunter, United States. District Court, Western District of Missouri, 1978-1980.

Member: Defense Research Institute. Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers. Products Liability Advisory Council.

Religion

The life with Christ has nothing to do with being in a "church" atmosphere for all eternity. God’s salvation involves far more. He is planning to make his children productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.

Views

All persons need the ministry of the Church in their struggles for human fulfillment, as well as the spiritual and emotional care of a fellowship that enables reconciling relationships with God, with others, and with self.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, Defense Research Institute, Missouri Organization Defense Lawyers (product liability advisory council).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: sailing.

Connections

Married Karen Mason, November 24, 1979.

Politics

The diversity inside the Church should be respected and supported. Open debate within the Church on certain political and social issues should be encouraged.