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Frederick Wilson Hall Edit Profile

lawyer , State justice

Frederick Wilson Hall was state justice, lawyer.

Background

Hall, Frederick Wilson was born on February 22, 1908 in Pittsburgh. Son of Peter B. and Rachel (Crispin) Hall.

Education

Bachelor of Letters, Rutgers University, 1928, Doctor of Laws, 1960. Bachelor of Laws cum laude, Harvard University, 1931.

Career

1 son, Peter W. Admitted to New Jersey bar, 1932. Associate Arthur T. Vanderbilt, Newark, 1931-1941. Member Wharton & Hall, and successors, Somerville, New Jersey, 1941-1953.

Judge Superior Court of New Jersey, 1953-1958, appellate division Superior Court, 1958-1959. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, 1959-1975. Counsel to Wharton, Stewart & Davis, Somerville, 1975-1984.

Membership

Member State University Bicentennial Commission, 1966. Member of the board education, Bound Brook, New Jersey, 1934-1949, president, 1946-1949. Past board of managers New Jersey State Village for Epileptics.

Fellow American Bar Foundation. Member American (advisory commission on housing and urban growth), New Jersey, Somerset County (past president) bar associations, American Judicature Society, American Law Institute, Institute Judicial Administration, Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Psi. Clubs: Raritan Valley Country (Somerville).

Connections

Married Jane R. Armstrong, July 18, 1936.

father:
Peter B. Hall

mother:
Rachel (Crispin) Hall

spouse:
Jane R. Armstrong