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Lawyer

George Albert Mcnulty, American lawyer. Served with 128th Field Artillery, Battery D., 1917-1918; Member American Law Institute, Missouri Bar.

Background

Mcnulty, George Albert was born on February 11, 1900 in St. Louis. Son of George Francis and Margaret (Mullally) Mcnulty.

Education

Student St. Mary’s (Kansas) College, 1916-1917. Bachelor of Arts, St. Saint Louis University, 1921. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1925.

Career

Emanual Grossman, St. Louis, 1925. Associate with Carter, Jones & Turney, 1925-1933. Attorney National Recovery Administration, 1933-1935, assistant chief of litigation, 1934-1935.

Special attorney, assistant general counsel Securities and Exchange Commission, 1935-1938. Associate general counsel wage and hour div. Department Labor, 1938-1939, general counsel, 1939-1940.

Special assistant to attorney general, chief trial section Criminal Division, Department Justice, 1940-1942, special assistant to attorney general, chief alien property unit War Division, 1942-1944. Partner, Carter, Bull & McNulty 1944-1952, McNulty & Rothschild, 1952-1953. Private practice, since 1953.

Membership

Served with 128th Field Artillery, Battery D., 1917-1918. Member American Law Institute, Missouri Bar.

Connections

Married Louise Frances Keeshan, June 2, 1932. Children: George Albert, Margaret.

father:
George Francis Mcnulty

mother:
Margaret (Mullally) Mcnulty

spouse:
Louise Frances Keeshan

child:
George Albert Mcnulty

child:
Margaret Mcnulty