Hamilton Fish Kean Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts cum laude, Princeton University, 1949; Juris Doctor, Columbia University, 1954.
Assistant counsel, Waterfront Commission New York Harbor, 1954;
law secretary, New Jersey Supreme Court, 1954-1955;
assistant United State Attorneys, New Jersey District, 1955-1957;
partner, Clapp and Eisenberg and predecessors, Newark, 1957-1962;
trustee various funds, since 1963;
lecturer law, Rutgers University School Law, 1960;
lecturer environmental law, State University of New York at Purchase
lecturer environmental law, Westchester Community College, 1974-1976. Supervising attorney clinical program environmental law New York University School Law, 1972-1976. Chairman Livingston National Bank, 1984.
Board directors Realty Transfer Company.
Board directors Morris County Urban League, 1956-1951. Member Urban Crisis Task Force, 1976. Board directors Youth Counseling League, 1969-1993, president, 1979-1983, honorary director.
Board directors Citizens Committee for Children New York, 1971-2002, now honorary director, president, 1972-1977, Eleanor Roosevelt award, 2001. Chairman Joint Action for Children, 1976. Trustee Natural Resources Defense Council, 1973-2002, honorary trustee, since 2002, treasurer, 1973-1976, trustee action fund RPC, since 2003.
Board directors, secretary Environmental Advocates, 1972-1978, honorary board directors, 1999^. Board directors Fountain House, since 1966, president, 1975-1978. Member Advisory Council to New York State Office Mental Health, 1979-1983.
Member Mental Health Service Council, 1983-1990. Trustee Coro Foundation, 1979-1985. Member New York State Mental Hygiene Planning Council, 1981-1985.
Trustee Alice Desmond and Hamilton Fish Library., 1981-1998. Trustee Schuyler Center for Analysis and Avocacy, 1982-2007, president, 1985-1992, honorary trustee, since 2007. Member administrative board Laboratory Ornithology Cornell University, 1982-1987.
Trustee Hancock Shaker Village, 1986-1992. Member advisory board Panel of Americas, since 1986. Board directors, secretary Episcopalian Charities, 1995-2002, Citizens for Global Solutions Education Fund, 2004-2010, treasurer, 2007-2010.
Trustee World Federalist Association Endowment Fund, since 1998, chairman, since 2001. Trustee Center for United Nations Reform Education, since 2006. Chairman Center for War/Peace Studies, since 2006.
Served to Second lieutenant United States Army, 1943-1946. Member of American Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, New York State Bar Association (chairman conference on public interest law 1975), Columbia Law School Alumni Association (treasurer 1958-1962), New Bedford Yacht Club, Millbrook Golf and Tennis Club, Princeton Club, Knickerbocker Club, Century Association.
Married Ellen Shaw Garrison, March 25, 1950 (divorced 1976). Children: Leslie K. McKim, Elizabeth Douglas, Lloyd Garrison, Lewis Morris. Married Alice Kay Newcomer, July 6, 1981 (deceased 1986).
Married Edith Williamson Bacon, September 23, 1989.