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Frederick Edward Snyder

Frederick Edward Snyder, American legal educator, corporate executive. Bar: Connecticut 1974, New York 1976, Massachusetts 1981. Named Fulbright Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Universidad de Los Andes, Columbia, 1987.


Snyder, Frederick Edward was born on April 3, 1944 in Kingston, New York, United States. Son of John I. and Agatha (Flick) Snyder.


AB, Georgetown University, 1966. Juris Doctor, Georgetown University, 1974. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1969.

Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1970. Master of Laws, Harvard University, 1977.


Law clerk to chief justice Connecticut Supreme Court, 1974. Associate Baker & McKenzie, New York City, 1975-1976, Bingham Dana & Gould, Boston, 1976-1977. Fellow in law and humanities Harvard University Law School, 1977-1978, assistant dean, lecturer on law, director clinical programs, associate director East Asian legal studies, 1978-1983, assistant dean for international and comparative legal studies, lecturer Latin American law, administrator graduate program, associate director East Asian legal studies, 1983-1990.

Board directors Cambridge and Somerville Legal Services. President Cambridge Transnat. Associates, Inc.


Member American Bar Association, Ateneo Mexicano de Jurisprudencia (honorary), Institute Politics and Constitutional Law of University La Plata (honorary), Critical Legal Studies Conference, Association American Law Schools (president Section Graduate Studies), United Nations Association, Harvard Faculty Club (board managers 1980-1983).


Married Jacqueline Carone, June 20, 1970 (divorced 1984).