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law educator

Hal S. Scott, American Law educator ( law: pract. & administration)BankingFinancelaw educator. Member International Academy of Consumer and Commercial Law (past president).

Background

Scott, Hal S. was born on November 25, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Education

Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1967. Juris Doctor, University of Chicago, 1972. Law clerk to judge The United States of America Court Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, Washington, 1972-1973, to associate justice White, Supreme Court of the United States Court, Washington, 1973-1974.

Acting professor of law University of California-Berkeley, 1974-1975. Assistant professor of law Harvard University School Law, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975-1979, professor, 1980-1990, Nomura professor international finance systems, 1990^. Consultant International Business Machines Corporation, New York City, 1977.

Career

Law clerk to Honorary Harold Leventhal United States Court Appeals District of Columbia. circuit, Washington, 1972—1973. Law clerk to Justice Byron R. White United States Supreme Court, 1973—1974. Acting professor law University California, Berkeley, 1974—1975.

Assistant professor law Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975—1980, professor, 1980—1990, Nomura professor international finance system, since 1990, director program international finance system, since 1986. Consultant International Business Machines Corporation, New York City, 1977. Board directors Lazard Ltd., since 2006.

Achievements

  • Bar: Massachusetts 1982.

Works

Membership

Member of International Academy Consumer and Commercial Law (past president).