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Carol McCormick Crosswell, American Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)lawyer. Member legal staff United Nations, 1948-1951; member United States Government Psychological Strategy Board, 1951-1953; member firm Weidon and Crosswell, 1950-1966, Winkle Sims Kenny & Crosswell, since 1979; Member Florida Marine Commission, since 1968; Member Society Women Geographers.

Background

Crosswell, Carol McCormick was born on December 21, 1928 in Buffalo. Daughter of Albert L.L. and Helen (McDowell) McCormick.

Education

Student, Radcliffe College. Bachelor of Laws cum laude, University Buffalo, 1948. Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1960.

Postgraduate, Harvard University School International Law, 1961.

Career

Member legal staff United Nations, 1948—1951. Private practice New York City, since 1950, Palm Beach, Florida, since 1967. Member firm Weidon and Crosswell, 1950—1966, Winkle Sims Kenny & Crosswell, since 1979.

Member United States Government Psychological Strategy Board, 1951—1953. United States delegate Inter American Council Jurists, Santiago, Chile, 1960. Professor international business transactions Nova Law School.

Membership

Member Florida Marine Commission, since 1968. Board directors Junior League, Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo, Save Children Federation, Gebbie Foundation Institute, Nova University Law Center. Member of Fellows Harvard, Society Women Geographers, Royal Canada Yacht Club (Toronto, Ontario), Beach Club (Palm Beach, Florida), Sail Fish Club, Palm Beach Yacht Club, Olcott Yacht Club (New York City), New York Skating Club, Buffalo Country Club, Indian Harbor Yacht Club (Greenwich, Connecticut).

Connections

Married William J. Crosswell (deceased). Married second, Gilbert Wheatland Smith, February 2, 1952 (divorced February 1972). Children: Carol, Linda.