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Bill Logan Williamson, American law educator. Bar: Oregon 1965. President Northwest Environmental Defense Center, Portland, 1970, Oregon Secessionist Movement, Rex, since 1976. With United States Air Force, 1956-1959. Member Oregon Bar Association, James Blaine Society.

Background

Williamson, Bill Logan was born on January 7, 1938 in Twin Falls, Idaho, United States. Son of Rupert W. Williamson and Dorothy M. (Epperson) Ticknor.

Education

University of Oregon (Bachelor of Arts, 1962). Harvard University (Juris Doctor, 1965).

Career

Law clerk to pro tempore judge, Oregon Supreme Court, Salem, 1965-1966;deputy district attorney, Multnomah County, Portland, Oregon, 1966-1969;assistant professor of law, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, 1969-1972;associate professor, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, 1972-1974;professor, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, since 1974. Executive secretary Oregon Commision on Judicial Fitness, Portland, 1976-1981.

Achievements

  • Bar: Oregon 1965.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) Handbook Environmental Regulation, 1972.

Membership

President Northwest Environmental Defense Center, Portland, 1970, Oregon Secessionist Movement, Rex, since 1976. With United States Air Force, 1956-1959. Member Oregon Bar Association, James Blaine Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: baseball, country music, wine, cats.

Connections

Married Darcy Irene Spencer, December 15, 1977.

father:
Rupert W. Williamson Ticknor

mother:
Dorothy M. (Epperson) Ticknor

spouse:
Darcy Irene Spencer