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Harrop Arthur Freeman, American lawyer. Bar: New York State bar 1931. Fellow Center Study Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara.


Freeman, Harrop Arthur was born on November 7, 1907 in Elyria, Ohio, United States. Son of Glenn and Lena (Goodman) Freeman.


Student, Cortland Normal School, 1920-1925; Bachelor of Arts, Cornell Univercity, 1929; Bachelor of Laws, Cornell Univercity, 1930; Scientiae Juridicae Doctor, Cornell Univercity, 1945.


Practiced as associate with firm, Cohn, Chorman & Franchot (later Franchot, Runals, Robillard & Cohen, then Franchot, Runals, Cohen, Taylor & Rickert), Niagara Falls, New York, 1930-1942; in private practice, specializing in taxation public law, Philadelphia and Ithaca, New York, since 1942. Executive director Pacifist Research Bureau, Philadelphia. Professor of law College of Williamand Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1942-1945.

Professor Law School, Cornell Univercity, since 1945. Lecturer on international affairs and law.


  • Bar: New York State bar 1931.


Candidate United States House of Representatives, 33d New York District, 1962. General Counsel Fellowship of Reconciliation, Central Committee Conscientious Objectors, Society Friends. Member American Bar Association, International Law Association, Fellowship of Reconciliation, War Resisters League, Phi Beta Kappa, Order of Coif.


Married Ruth N. St. John, June 11, 1930. 1 son, Norman D.

Glenn Freeman

Lena (Goodman) Freeman

Ruth N. St. John