Clarence Lorenzo Simpson Edit Profile
Student College West Africa, 1915-1916. Doctor of Laws, Liberia College, 1920.
Collector of customs, 1924-1926. Member of law firm Simpson & Simpson since 1933, company attorney, 1926-1928. Secretary General Post Office, 1928-1931, acting postmaster general, 1931.
Speaker House Representatives, 1931-1934. Secretary state for foreign affairs, 1934-1944. Delegate League Nations, 1934.
Vice president Liberia, 1944-1952. Chairman Liberian delegation Conference International Organisation, United Nations, 1945. Ambassador to the United States 1952-1956, to United Kingdom, from 1956.
Retired; practiced in Liberia. Member International Deiplomatic Academy. Vice chairman ad hoc political com 7th session General Assembly, United Nations, 1952.
Chairman advisory board Young Men’s Christian Association Vice president trustee Liberia College, 1944. President, trustee U. Liberia.
Member of law firm Simpson & Simpson since 1933, company attorney, 1926-1928. Member International Deiplomatic Academy. Member National Bar Association (past secretary).
True Whig Party (secretary-general). Mason (past grand master).
Married Abrahametta Benedicia, September 8, 1931. Children: Clarice, Clarence, Amanda.