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Carroll Lewis GILLIAM

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Carroll Lewis Gilliam, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1957. Recipient Beaufort Watts Ball award University South Carolina, 1949; John Bell Larner award George Washington University, 1957.

Background

Gilliam, Carroll Lewis was born on September 25, 1929 in Union, South Carolina, United States. Son of D. Few and Cynthia Carolyn (Stone) Gilliam.

Education

University of South Carolina (Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 1949. Master of Arts, magna cum laude, 1957). George Washington University (Juris Doctor, with highest honors, 1957).

Delta Theta Phi; Order of the Coif. Phi Beta Kappa; Blue Key.

Career

With United States.A.F., 1950-1953. Mjr., United States Air Force Reserve. Working as a partner of MARTIN DALE-HUB В ELL LAW DIRECTORY. Admitted to the bar, 1957, District of Columbia, United States.

District Court for the District of Columbia and United States. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. 1960, United States. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.

1961, United States. Supreme Court and United States. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. 1972, United States. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

1977, United States. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit. 1982, United States. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. 1984, United States. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit (Not admitted in Illinois).

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia 1957.

Works

  • Contributing author: Regulation of the Gas Industry, 1980-1990.

Membership

The District of Columbia Bar. The Bar Association of the District of Columbia. Federal Energy (President, 1975-1976.

Chairman, Nominating Committee, since 1990) and American (Member of Council, Administrative Law Section, 1974-1975. Chairman, Standing Committee on Environmental Law, 1978-1980. Section Delegate, House of Delegates, 1980-1987, since 1989.

Member, Board of Governors, since 1989. Chairman, Section of Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, 1977- 1978) Bar Associations. Master of the Bench, Prettyman-Leventhal Inn of American Inns of Court.

Fellow, American Bar Foundation (Life Member). (Resident, Washington, D.C. Office) [With United States.A.F., 1950-1953. Mjr., United States Air Force Reserve].

Connections

Married Margaret Clark Eagan, May 7, 1960. 1 daughter, Cynthia Clark.

father:
D. Few Gilliam

mother:
Cynthia Carolyn (Stone) Gilliam

spouse:
Margaret Clark Eagan