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Government official , Lawyer

Guilford Stanley Jameson, American lawyer, government official. Bar: District of Columbia 1920.

Background

Jameson, Guilford Stanley was born on December 12, 1897 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of John Guilford and Marie Louise (Eichelburger) Jameson.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1920; Master of Laws, MPL, Georgetown University, 1921; Juris Doctor (honorary), Georgetown University, 1970.

Career

Secretary to Sen. Josiah O. Wolcott (Delaware), United States Congress, Washington, 1919-1921; clerk, judicial committee, house representatives, United States Congress, Washington, 1921-1930; trial judge, United States Court Claims, Washington, 1930-1933; private practice, Washington, 1933-1951; partner, Smith and Jameson Law Firm, Washington, 1951-1955; member legislation county of President Eisenhower, White House, Washington, 1956-1960; retired, Washington, 1960. Deputy director congressional relations, International Cooperation Administration, Washington, 1955-1961.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia 1920.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Lincoln Park Citizens Association, Washington, 1921-1925. With United States Army, 1918. Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association (committee legal education and admission requirements 1939-1942), Federal Bar Association (executive council 1922-1923, president 1949), Federal Communications Bar Association, Metropolitan Club (Washington).

Connections

Married Adele Thode.

father:
John Guilford Jameson

mother:
Marie Louise (Eichelburger) Jameson

spouse:
Adele Thode.