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Lawyer

Giles Morrow, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1938, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1951. Member American Bar Association, International Criminal Court Practitioners' Association (president 1953-1954), National Defense Transportation Association (national vice president 1951-1964, general counsel 1964), Sea Pines Country Club.

Background

Morrow, Giles was born on December 24, 1908 in Emmet, Arkansas, United States.

Education

Student, Idabel Junior College, 1930. Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1938.

Career

With Association American Railroads, Washington, 1934-1939. Secretary and attorney Freight Consolidators and Forwarders Institute, Inc., 1940-1942. Executive secretary, general counsel Freight Forwarders Institute, 1942-1953, vice president, 1951-1953, president general counsel, 1953-1960, general counsel, 1960-1976, president, 1976-1982.

Assistant general counsel, director United States Freight Company, Washington, 1961-1966. Secretary, general counsel, director Transway International Corporation (acquired by International Controls corporation, 1985), New York City, 1966-1974, assistant to chairman board, 1974-1982.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia 1938, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1951.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor in chief: International Criminal Court Practitioners' Journal, 1947-1948. Editor Freight Forwarder Section, 1942-1966.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, International Criminal Court Practitioners' Association (president 1953-1954), National Defense Transportation Association (national vice president 1951-1964, general counsel 1964), Sea Pines Country Club.

Connections

Son of George D. and Edith (McElroy) M. M. Marie Burns, December 30, 1930 (deceased June 1989). 1 son, Stephen Giles.

father:
George D. Morrow

mother:
Edith (McElroy) Morrow